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But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life. -Jn 4:14
Oh the joy of summer! It is during the summer months that we are especially thankful for the blessings of water. Our heavenly Father has made ample provision for each of us to freely drink of the springs of life. Whether we are sick or in good health, pure water is one of God’s choicest blessings to mankind. If properly used it will promote health by supplying necessities to our system and assisting nature in the fight against disease. The extremely important circulation of the blood can best be regulated and maintained by proper external applications of water. In fact, hydrotherapy, or water treatments can be the very means of saving many lives. Pure water, freely drank, along with fresh air will invigorate the vital blood purifying organs of the body and assist nature in her effort to overcome the polluted and toxic condition of the body.
The heat of summer serves as a constant reminder of our great need of one of God's most richest resources. It is during these times that our bodies especially call for water since we perspire a great deal more.
There is no finer cleanser of body tissue than pure water. Also, a thorough cleansing of our external bodies each day would do much to promote both physica1 and mental health. Impurities are continually being thrown off our bodies through the skin. The body’s millions of tiny pores must be kept “unclogged” by frequent bathing or, consequently, the impurities which should be passed out through the pores will simply become an additional burden to the other eliminating organs.
A bath and/or shower, properly taken, will fortify against the common cold by greatly improving the overall circulation. The blood is brought to the surface, and a more free and regular flow of blood is obtained through the body. The mind, as well as the body, is invigorated. The intellect is made brighter and the muscles are made more flexible. Furthermore, the bath and/or shower can be a soother of the nerves, definitely relaxing the body and even the mind.
Our bodies were designed to thrive on an abundance of water. It is vital that we supply it with it's most basic need. In the book "Your Body's Many Cries for Water", you will learn the tell-tale signs of dehydration in ways you may have never known before. This summer while in sweltering heat be sure to replenish yourself with the water of life freely!
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