Fourth, the good land as a type of Christ is also abounds in its supply and variety of food. As typified in the Israelites exodus from Egypt, Christ is the Passover lamb eaten by God’s people to strengthen them to escape the usurpation of God’s enemy. And, like the manna in the wilderness, Christ is the daily supply of heavenly bread to be partaken of each morning for the inward transformation of God’s people. Finally, in the good land Christ is portrayed by numerous items of food. In Deuteronomy chapter eight we find “a land of wheat, and barley, and vines, and fig trees, and pomegranates; a land of olive trees with oil, and of honey; a land in which you will eat bread without scarcity; you will not lack anything in it” (vv. 8-9). Here Christ is portrayed as two kinds of grains, four types of trees, and honey. Let us consider the significance of each. (Witness Lee, All-Inclusive Christ, 46-47)

Wheat | Barley | Vine | Fig Tree
Pomegranate | Olive Tree | Milk and Honey

Spaciousness | Ascendancy | Water
Food | Minerals | Hymn