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Liquid. Solid & Gas.
Copyright (C) by Noelene Rout 20th March 2006
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Water is made. God made water.
5 The sea is his, and he made it: Psalm 95:5
Water is made of pieces, (particles).
20 By his knowledge the depths are broken up, and the clouds drop down the dew. Proverbs 3:20
See: 1234 baqa. The New Strongs Bible Concordance.
Water is made of hydrogen and oxygen. Two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen make up one molecule of water. Water is made of billions and billions and billions of molecules of water.
Billions and billions and billions of molecules of water join together and become liquid water. Liquid water is water that is joined together.
Liquid water joins together with other liquid water.
7 All the rivers run into the sea; yet the sea is not full; unto the place from whence the rivers come, thither they return again. Ecclesiastes 1:7
Liquid water changes shape.
The shape of water changes according to the shape of the vessel into which it is placed.
Liquid water flows.
Liquid water flows freely.
Liquid water flows among itself. Liquid water flows freely among itself.
8 …whatsoever passeth through the paths of the seas. Psalm 8:8
Liquid water is not gas. Liquid water can become vapour, (gas). When liquid water is warmed by heat, the water is broken apart, and the water spreads out and becomes,
gas, (tiny droplets of water). Water boils at 100 degrees celsius. Water vapour is made of tiny droplets of water. Gas is made of tiny droplets.
Liquid water is not solid. Liquid water can become firm, hard, ice, (solid). When liquid water is cooled to 0 degrees celsius the water freezes, (sticks together)
and becomes solid, hard, ice, (stone). Stones of water are cold. Stones of water are sticky.
When firm, hard, ice, (solid) water is heated, the firm, hard, ice, (solid) water begins to melt and the melting firm, hard, ice, (solid) water becomes, liquid.
Water changes states. Water changes from liquid to solid and to gas. Water is continually changing from one state to another. Heat and cold cause water to change states.