Part 1 The Symbolic Swimmer in The Pool of Life

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Imagine the bible being one great big swimming pool with honest and pure words flowing from the mouth of God like water. Imagine you and all your family and friends being there. And all are welcome to swim in the pool of life and drink the waters from it.
The pool of life is symbolic of the bible, and the waters thereof are the words of God, and the symbolic swimmer can be you or me, or anyone willing to take the plunge into the pool of life. ...
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Part 1 The Symbolic Swimmer in The Pool of Life

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Imagine the bible being one great big swimming pool with honest and pure words flowing from the mouth of God like water. Imagine you and all your family and friends being there. And all are welcome to swim in the pool of life and drink the waters from it.
The pool of life is symbolic of the bible, and the waters thereof are the words of God, and the symbolic swimmer can be you or me, or anyone willing to take the plunge into the pool of life. You can swim shallow or you can swim deep, and you can stay in the pool of life for as long as you like.
Wisdom, knowledge, and understanding can be drunk from the pool of life. The pool of life knows all things from the beginning of creation until the end of time. In the pool of life you can meet The Supernatural Orchestrator God that's behind more things than most men are aware of.
This book is all about The Supernatural Orchestrator God that destroyed the first earth age with the great flood of Noah's time. It was The Supernatural Orchestrator God that parted the red sea for Moses and the children of Israel to cross over on dry land.
It was The Supernatural Orchestrator God that delivered Goliath into the hands of David. It was The Supernatural Orchestrator God that made the sun stands still for Joshua. It was The Supernatural Orchestrator God that destroyed the Philistine wooden statue god called Dagon. It was The Supernatural Orchestrator God That parted the Jordan River for Joshua so the people of Israel could cross over into the land of milk and honey.
It was The Supernatural Orchestrator God that throwed great stones down from Heaven onto the enemies of Joshua. It was The Supernatural Orchestrator God that rained fire and brimstone onto the homosexual cities of Sodom and Gomorrah and round about plains. It was The Supernatural Orchestrator God that cursed the devil and the rebellious angels with the curse of a reprobate mind and homosexuality. It was The Supernatural Orchestrator God that created man from the dirt of the earth.
It is the Supernatural Orchestrator God that throws the devil and the false prophet into the lake of fire. It is the Supernatural Orchestrator God that brings the New Jerusalem down from Heaven. It is The Supernatural Orchestrator God that grants life everlasting to those that worship Him and love Him and believe in Him. Sin comes at a cost, and it is The Supernatural Orchestrator God that puts the price tag on sin that every man must pay.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781622304042
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 6/6/2012
  • Pages: 202
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.46 (d)

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    Posted January 6, 2013

    What is symbolism but a second hand emotion.

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    Lotus and Blaze

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