Discover God's Plan

Consider that the Nile River as we know it from the days of the Bible, and the Internet as we know it today, have much more in common than you’ve been made aware of.

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Discover God's Plan

Consider that the Nile River as we know it from the days of the Bible, and the Internet as we know it today, have much more in common than you’ve been made aware of.

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God's Plan Is For Everyone

Only those who choose to exclude themselves will miss out on the abundant provisions of God. Everyone else will partake and be made glad!

It's Agriculture Through A Digital Lens

“Cultivating soil for the growing of crops” is an age old concept and a necessary way of life, but it takes on a whole new meaning in this primarily virtual and internet driven generation.

Proximity To 'Water'

97% of the inhabitants of Egypt lived on a total of 3% of the entire Egyptian landmass (on either side of the Nile River). The rest of Egypt was uninhabited, desert wilderness, with no potential for human settlement.

Ability To 'Harness'

The inhabitants of that day developed effective irrigation canal systems by creating multiple water 'supply channels' and directing rivers of water towards their crops for the purpose of growth.

Tools For 'Harvest'

The inhabitants of that day also utilized 'leverage' to do most of the heavy lifting that was required to reap the harvest. They were consistently developing strategies to make their work more effective/efficient.

God's Plan Is Free!

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