Air, land, water. This pretty much makes up life and all that is in it. All fine examples of what is
true, just, and good. ‘In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth.’ No explanation of
theory, no diagrams, no formula, just who, what, when, and where; the why would come later.
You see a tree with roots in the middle of water, surely an unnatural sight, and that’s the point, what is spiritual is not natural. The root however is an anchor, and perfectly in place and at home in the sea, for hope is the true anchor of the soul.
If the anchor is placed correctly, there will be evidence, and this is shown by the tree branches which should bear fruit.
Leaves would have been too obvious, and flattery is never a good thing. The water is proof of the hand of God, for I have yet to see a man create a dewdrop out of nothing; the tree of life points to Eden, Calvary, as well as eternity, and the sky is the realm of all the heavens.
Air, land, and water are the staples of the Creator, and God bids us to be welcome guests instead of simple tresspassers on His earth. God breathed into man the breath of life, set us upon the dust of the ground, and bids us all to take of the water of life freely.
As a reminder, He tells us man may be washed by the water of the word, points us to the living water, and instructs us that we be rooted by sound doctrine, able to withstand the shifty attempts by the enemy, who desires to make shipwreck of faith. Being anchored by the word of God is a very good thing. ‘Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast, and which entereth into that within the veil.’ (Hebrews 6)
Everything under the sun can be interpreted through natural and spiritual truth. That’s the simple version; thanks for asking. And oh, orange and blue are complimentary colors.
(This was taken from a painting that was given to me as a gift, and the interpretation is sure.)