introduced as a purging of humanity to purify the existence of mankind with a fresh start. The wall of water that God supernaturally imposed at
the Red Sea was to separate the children of Israel from Pharaoh of Egypt employing a release from the sin of slavery to create a new beginning.
Water has played a significant role from man’s birth onto the sacrificial blood of salvation. Jesus became the water of life from which we thirst no more. His shed blood is our life source by which we live in eternity in God’s kingdom that is to come. Thus, Jesus turned the water into wine only after the clay pots were filled to the brim. This is symbolic of our transformation when we accept him into our soul. After his death on the cross, a soldier was commanded to pierce his side (heart) with a sword to prove his demise. After this procedure had taken place, water and blood came forth bringing proof that the separation of white and red blood cells had transpired and indeed his death had occurred.
As we swim in God’s aquarium let not his death be in avail, but let our transgressions be no more and transcend into his righteousness and honor the King of Kings in his glory.