Isaiah 53:2

For He grew up before Him as a tender plant, and as a root out of a dry ground: He hath no form nor comeliness; and when we see Him, there is no beauty that we should desire Him.

The Lord seemed to reveal to me how there is a definite correlation with Jesus being that “Root that grew out of a dry ground”, and also the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden.    Also, He showed me a tie-in with His cross, that was erected in a dry and rocky soil at Golgotha.   Golgotha was a very dry rocky unfertile area, and it was also termed “the place of the Skull because it’s hillside seemed to resemble a human skull.    This is not by coincidence, since skulls represent “Death”.,    and the only thing truly Good that ever was erected on that soil was Jesus , Himself, on that cross of wood where He hung between two thieves ..erected in such an unhospitable soil.

Jesus, truly IS our Tree of Life..   and it is also not a coincidence that the very cross He hung on was made of wood..   that came from a tree–He ,our Tree of Life Whom like a grain of wheat that falls to the ground, allowed Himself to die so that we could find true life- Eternal Life.

Also, it is not a coincidence that Jesus was a carpenter before He began His 3 year ministry before the Father.     For 30 years He served His Father by serving His earthly Father in the most despised town in Isreal.. Nazareth.     “Can anything good come out of Nazareth?!”,  Nathaniel told Philip.   Again we see how Nazareth was also that “dry ground” Where Jesus, as that tender plant grew up.. in the most unlikely of places.

So, He, that Root that grew out of a dry desert land, also gave His life the same way He lived….  a beautiful Tree of Life in a barren land.   To eat of the fruit of That Tree (Himself) We will discover Living Waters of Life , in the most dry unlikely places.