What God created in nature is a mirror of the spiritual, used to reveal simple but significant truths that we can use as building blocks to greater understanding. This report touches on topics such as:
- How is eating used as a symbolic spiritual picture in the Bible?
- What do rainbows symbolize in the Bible?
- Where did the fable about gold at the end of the rainbow come from?
- What do the lion’s attributes (both good and bad) symbolize?
- What do sheep symbolize?
- What does the sun represent in the Bible?
- What does the ox symbolize?
- What do frogs portray in the Bible?
- What does the moon symbolize?
- What do evergreen trees symbolize?
- What do winds, waves, waters, and the sea symbolize?
- Why is evaporation a Biblical picture of salvation?
- What does the earth symbolize and why is it so important?
- What are some of the special spiritual lessons hidden in the symbolism of manna?
- How is famine used in the Bible, and what is spiritual famine?
- What is the importance and spiritual symbolism of the “death in the pot” spoken of in 2 Kings 4?
The term “reader’s report” refers to a resource used to summarize or describe a piece of literature. When the literature in question is as large, as diverse, and as symbolic as the Bible, it is impossible to condense! As you read this report, please keep in mind that it is intended to be studied WITH your Bible, and not as a substitute for it. We pray that this report on certain aspects of the Bible inspires you to seek after a greater knowledge of God.
Proverbs 2:3-5 (KJV)
2:3 Yea, if thou criest after knowledge, [and] liftest up thy voice for understanding;
2:4 If thou seekest her as silver, and searchest for her as [for] hid treasures;
2:5 Then shalt thou understand the fear of the LORD, and find the knowledge of God.
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