Aquaman’s supernatural side was actually more natural to him!

Aquaman said, “I already know how to swim.”
Vulko replied, “Not even close. You have to forget all the teaching of the surface world, go deeper to discover your Atlantean instincts.”

Genesis 1:26, Job 32:8, Romans 8:16, Zechariah 12:1
We are more spirit than flesh!

[ctt template=”3″ link=”f7g2W” via=”no” ]We don’t prepare to fail. We fail to prepare. But the result is still a fail.[/ctt]

Aquaman had abilities and power beyond imagination. So do we! Romans 12:6-8, Acts 1:8, Luke 10:19

To win, he had to bring the supernatural power he was given into his physical word!

There is an enemy, and if you aren’t fighting spiritually, I guarantee you, you’re losing. Aquaman, often like us, wanted to just ignore the coming war which was already happening to others.

In war there is a high casualty cost, and not just the warriors. Innocents are caught in the middle, children go hungry, people lose their homes & possessions, and many die.

[ctt template=”3″ link=”w36R7″ via=”no” ]We don’t fight for God, we fight for those innocents![/ctt]

We don’t really blame Orm (the bad guy). We know it’s up to Aquaman, he is the key, the hope, he must defend, fight, and step into destiny or all hope is lost.

Then why do we blame Satan?

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” attributed to Edmund Burke

Destiny doesn’t call at my convenience.

“I knew you couldn’t stand on the sidelines forever.” – Tom Curry