Feb 16, 2021, 16:10 PM
Title : 3/16
passage : Ezekiel 47: 1-9, 12.
passagePhrase : “The angel led me outside by the north gate... where I saw water trickling.... there was now a river through which I could not wade; for the water had risen so high it had become a river that could not be crossed. Along the banks of the river, fruit trees of every kind shall grow; their leaves shall not fade, nor their fruit fail”
person : Colleen Gullickson
personTitle : Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs, Henry Predolin School of Nursing, Business, & Health Sciences
date : Mar 16, 2021, 00:00 AM
Water is metaphorically used throughout the Bible as the embodiment of spiritual life, growth and blessing. In this passage, water begins flowing as a small trickle emanating from underneath the temple. As it continues, a river forms that grows larger and deeper (as measured by thousands of cubits) such that Ezekiel must turn back as he cannot cross to the other side. Everywhere the water from the temple flows everything comes to life, transforming everything it touches. Fruit trees of every kind grow and fish become abundant. This is a story of hope and revitalization in our daily lives, understanding that God’s metaphorical waters, starting as a small trickle within us, can grow in depth bringing with it spiritual growth, renewal and a new life to each of us and to the world through the resurrection of Jesus.
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