Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

Streams Of Living Water Will Flow - Poem by Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

water of life
water of love
life bubble
life on grass blade

what is death by thirst Lord?

if anyone thirsts
let him come
to me and drink John 7: 37.

without water
there would be
no life possible...

out of his inmost
part streams of living
water will flow John 7: 38.

water is liquid life
water is a large
percentage of cells

cells comprise life
cells make up
all living organisms

man cannot live by bread alone?

“It is written,
“Man must not live,
not on bread alone,

but on every utterance
coming forth through
Jehovah’s mouth.” ” Matthew 4.4.

Fact! Many
have heard that humans
can live longer

without food
than they can live
without water.

It's true!

water all life
would die

vehicle being

an important
part of cells
water of life

river of life
in plants

used by

to carry
to distribute

plants need
to survive

animals need
to distribute

oxygen to
body cells

to transport
waste products away
from cells

blood cells
blood plasma

55% of blood
fluid is water
91% by volume

water water of life

a man took a spear
pierced his side
blood water came out Matthew 27: 48.

one soldier jabbed his side
with a spear, immediately
blood and water came out John 19: 34.

at that moment born like a baby
in blood and water
holy spirit was born into the world

“And the spirit and the bride
keep on saying: “Come! ”
And let anyone hearing say:

“Come! ” And let anyone
thirsting come; let anyone
that wishes take life’s water free.” Revelation 22: 17.

Copyright © Terence George Craddock

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 10, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, April 18, 2011

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