A look at how God used water in the Bible, for instance, to bring healing, to bring deliverance and bring judgement. Marelize also explains the meaning of the word ‘lavender’ and its significance in this context.
Gen. 1:2 Rev.22:17 2 Kings 5 Rev.7:17 John 7:37-38 Ps.74 2 Kings 2
God designed prayer for us, to influence His heart. This is the prerequisite for certain things to happen on earth. He also designed us to be co-labourers with Him. One of the best visual impressions of this, is the picture of Jesus as the Vine and we as the branches, with us abiding in Him.
Let us then examine ourselves in this time of the Passover, a time that co-insides with the Israelites’ commemoration of their freedom from the bondage of slavery, and their time of cleansing, represented by the leavened and unleavened bread. Let us ask the Holy Spirit to show us areas of spiritual leaven in our lives, and let us trust God for victory in areas where we are still struggling.
1 Cor.3:9 Mark 16:20 John 15 Rom.8:26 Prov.13:12 1 Cor.5:7-8 Ps.139:23-24 Ex.12 2 Cor.5:17 Is.61
Why did the bridegroom in Song of Solomon described himself to his bride as the Rose of Sharon, and as the Lily of the Valley? Marelize look at the characteristics of these flowers and their fragrances, to determine what the message is, that Jesus as our heavenly Bridegroom, wants to convey to us, as His Bride.