And [ the angel ] showed me a pure river of water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding from the throne of God and of the Lamb.
John 7:37-39 [ http://iz3.me/9JrS1z3Fe1A1 ]
The Ogallala Aquifer is the largest freshwater aquifer in the United States, lying beneath eight Plains states. Its waters have been heavily used, primarily for agriculture, and may contain only another 25 years’ supply. This is not good news not only in terms of personal consumption but for agricultural uses as well. Scientists and ecologists agree — water is the most endangered, fastest shrinking resource on the planet.
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Fortunately, there will be no shortage of water in the New Jerusalem. A “pure river of water of life” (Revelation 22:1) will flow from the New Jerusalem to water all the earth. Jesus made reference to “rivers of living water” which the apostle John said referred to the Holy Spirit (John 7:37-39). Just as the Holy Spirit gave life to those in the earthly Jerusalem, so will there be a river of life in the New Jerusalem. Everything we need for life, forever, God will provide.
No earthly shortage should be a cause of concern for those who belong to Christ. Eternal provision has been made in the New Jerusalem for physical and spiritual abundance!
Those who have the New Jerusalem in their eye must have the ways that lead to it in their heart.
By David Jeremiah.