Eternal Life | Eternal Security | Hope | Life | Resurrection

I found these observations in A. Wetheral Johnson’s autobiography Created For Commitment. (She’s the woman who founded Bible Study Fellowship): Before the second World War, there was a grave in Germany sealed with a granite slab and bound with strong chains. On it an athiest had inscribed, “Not to be opened thoughout eternity.” Yet somehow a little acorn had fallen into some crack, and its outer shell “died.” Years after, everyone saw a hugh oak tree which had completely broken up the slab, still having the inscribed arogant words. The new life of the acorn had openly displayed the power of life.

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