This first mention of a river in the Bible is found in Genesis.
10 A river went out of ‘Eden to water the garden, and from there it divided into four streams.
The last mention of a river in Scripture is addressed at Revelation 22.
Revelation 22:1-3 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
22 Next the angel showed me the river of the water of life, sparkling like crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb. 2 Between the main street and the river was the Tree of Life producing twelve kinds of fruit, a different kind every month; and the leaves of the tree were for healing the nations — 3 no longer will there be any curses. The throne of God and of the Lamb will be in the city, and his servants will worship him;
And in between there are many more. Click HERE to see all 217. It would be a worthy study, don’t you think? Like this: Long before the Psalmist saw the City of GOD, he knew there was a river. How did he know? Yeah. We know, don’t we? 🙂
(4) There is a river whose streams gladden the city of God, the holy habitation of ‘Elyon —
ABBA,thank You for this River. Thank You that You have quenched our thirst and that forever we shall drink from Your River. Thank You for Fruit yet to be eaten; for the eternal healing of every hurt and every disease. Thank You, LORD YESHUA, for Your Sacrifice that has saved us. And thank You that here in Time You are also our Healer and because You are we ask You to heal Jamie. And Terri. Alyssa. Lance. Kerri. Dori. And others named in each of our respective hearts. Thank You for protecting Pam; thank You for maneuvering those vehicles so there was only little damage to each; thank You, ABBA, for sparing both their lives. Thank You for healthy test scores. Thank You for Moms, give them steady hands as they guide their children: Dawn comes to mind, as do Others. Collectively, all us gathered here come now casting our many cares upon You; thank You for receiving them; thank You for answering, ABBA. And, HOLY SPIRIT, thank You so much for Your nudges; Yes, we welcome Your conviction and correction; we do not want to take Your blessings or Your Love for granted; we do not want to live our lives sloppily; so we lay open our hearts for inspection and thank You for making us worthy vessels in Your Kingdom work. We praise You now for what You are bringing to be.