Thirteen - Water
Water is the sustenance of life, and the Father is the sustenance of creation. And through His sustenance all men can have life. For the Father is the sustenance of all.
Symbolism is allegorical and beautiful. And God gave us symbols to represent, that which we cannot understand, and that is the infinite spectrum of the Father, and the heavens and the earth He created. And the greatest symbolism is not in man’s words, but the greatest symbolism is in creation itself. “For behold, He who forms mountains, And creates the wind, Who declares to man what his thought is, And makes the morning darkness, Who treads the high places of the earth--The Lord God of hosts is His name.” (Amos4:13) And God created the water of the earth (Genesis 1:10), and from these waters all living things grew.(Genesis 1:20) And in the garden of Adam and Eve, the riverheads flowed with its sustaining life.(Genesis 2:10) For from that water the gardens grew grain, the bread that sustained their comfort and life. (Psalms 65:9) And water can form complex hydrogen bonds, so biochemical processes can function fluently. Each of these processes can work independently, but without them functioning in coordination with each other, even the simplest life process is impossible. And the Father is sustenance and water, for He allows all things to work together in harmony. For “we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.” (Romans 8:28)