#34 The Flow of Life and the Building of God (1)
Brother Michael Ballard begins our new series on the flow of life and the building of God.
Scripture Reading: Gen. 2:10-14; Psa. 36:8-9; 46:4; Rev. 22:1
I. In the Scriptures the concept of the unique flow of life, the divine stream, is crucial—Gen. 2:10- 14; Psa. 46:4a; John 7:37-39; Rev. 22:1:
A. The Bible reveals the flowing Triune God—the Father as the fountain of life, the Son as the
spring of life, and the Spirit as the river of life—John 4:14b; 7:37-39; Psa. 36:8-9; 46:4; Rev.
B. The Bible tells us the story of God’s flowing; the source of the flow is the throne of God and of
the Lamb—v. 1.
C. In the Scriptures there is only one flow, only one divine stream; the divine stream, which has
been flowing throughout the generations, is uniquely one—Gen. 2:10-14; Rev. 22:1.
D. The book of Acts reveals that there is only one stream of the move of the Lord and that we need
to keep ourselves in this one stream—15:35-41.
E. The issue of our experience of the flowing Triune God is that we become God’s ultimate
building, the New Jerusalem—Rev. 21:2.
F. The destination of the flowing Triune God is the New Jerusalem—John 4:14; Rev. 21:10-11;