Rivers make Channels -- Channels DO NOT make Rivers
"The shape of a river channel depends on how much water has been flowing in it for how long, over what kinds of soil or rock, and through what vegetation. There are many different kinds of river channels – some are wide and constantly changing, some crisscross like a braid, and others stay in one main channel between steep banks."
"A natural stream of water that flows in a channel with more or less defined banks. Even apparently arid desert regions are greatly influenced by river action when periodic floodwaters surge down usually dry watercourses. River flow is sustained by the difference between water input and output. "
As the river of God's grace, mercy, love and resources
flows through my life, I become His channel.
This flow is then sustained so long as
the outflow is as great as the inflow.
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