Earth’s Septic Tank

I have a septic tank at my house. More precisely, I have what is called a “sand filter.” They say that when the sewage is broken down in the septic tank and then pumped through the sand filter, it’s clean enough to drink. Hmm, any takers?  I didn’t think so.

Did you know that the ocean is like a big septic tank?

Here’s something interesting about the ocean: It covers 2/3 of the earth’s surface, and the average depth is 1.3 miles. The ocean is a salty brine that purges and cleanses our planet, making it fit to live in. The pollutants of the earth are washed into the sea by the rivers and rains that fall on the land. The sun heats the sea, and the purified water evaporates, forming clouds that bring the rain back to the land. It’s the cycle of life as we know it.

Now think about this:

Revelation 21:1 (NIV84) Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and first earth had passed away, and there was no longer any sea.

In the new earth there will be no pollution, no decay, and no need for the sea to cleanse the earth; thus no need for a salty sea. Think about that! The earth will be paradise, and you and I will be able to “Drink from rivers of delight” that flow from the Throne of God.

That will be some drink of water!

Love and blessings,

Pastor Pat

 

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