El agua es una de las creaciones más espectaculares de Dios, es el solvente universal. Por el agua, los cuerpos de los animales y las plantas se nutren. Este sitio es un tributo a Dios para crear el agua. (Por: escriba Valdemir Mota de Menezes)
The term river is used to refer to all kinds of watercourses, including wadis (dried-up desert river beds) and permanent rivers. It is also used symbolically to refer to things which threaten or overwhelm people and nations, such as invading nations, the peace of God and the Holy Spirit.
River NileThe Nile flowed north some 3,500 miles (5,600 km) from Lake Victoria to the Mediterranean, providing a natural irrigation system in the desert through its annual floodings:Ex 1:22-2:10; Ex 7:17-21; Isa 19:5-8; Eze 29:3-5
River TigrisThe Tigris flowed from the Armenian mountains through Mesopotamia to join the Euphrates some 40 miles (65 km) north of the Persian Gulf:Ge 2:14; Da 10:4-5; Na 2:6-8
For irrigationDt 11:10The reference may be to a machine operated by foot, or to the foot breaking through the mud walls of the irrigation channel to let the water flow into the fields. See alsoEze 17:5-8; Eze 19:10