The Sea: A Photo Book of Inspirational Bible Verses by Elvy P. RolleDo you love the sea?
Are you inspired by its beauty?
Do you marvel at its vastness?
In The Sea: A Photo Book of Inspirational Bible Verses, author Elvy P. Rolle presents a compilation of beautiful nature photography combined with selected Scriptural passages that focus on the sea.
“The Sea” helps you relive your ocean adventures, restore your faith in the Master Designer, and refresh your body, mind, and spirit.
This book offers the opportunity to bring the sea “inside” with you, as you replay in your mind, the time spent there. These pages help you to remember the One who made it all possible in the beginning. Share your love of the sea with your family and friends, through the captivating ocean photography in this book.
Elvy P. Rolle enjoys the abundant divine gifts of nature, especially the ocean. She is a writer and singer, and enjoys composing poetic prose and singing about nature. This book is the first in the Nature…Ever Fresh and Unfolding series.
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What Does The Bible Say About The Ocean?
What does the Bible say about? He will again have compassion on us; he will tread our iniquities underfoot. You will cast all our sins into the depths of the sea. If I take the wings of the morning and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea, even there your hand shall lead me, and your right hand shall hold me. Who builds his upper chambers in the heavens and founds his vault upon the earth; who calls for the waters of the sea and pours them out upon the surface of the earth— the Lord is his name.
The ocean was a double-edged sword for the people of biblical times. As it offered a plentiful source of food, it often was a deadly endeavor for.
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D oes the Bible say much about the ocean? Will it exist in the future? To the Jews, and ancient Israel, the ocean was always a symbol of death. We see that in the language of the sea giving up her dead in the Book of Revelation Rev As I wrote earlier, the Jews were not a seafaring people. Here, the ocean is seen as a form of judgment, and one that lasts forever, very much like death.