Ezekial 37:12-14; Psalms 130:1-8; Romans 8:8-11; John 11:1-45
I’m going to tell you a “fish story.”
It seems that some scientists decided to develop a fish that could live outside of water. They selected several healthy red herring for the experiment. They bred them and cross-bred them until, finally, they produced a fish that could live out of water.
Still, they weren’t satisfied. They suspected that even though the fish had learned to exist on dry land, it still had a secret desire for water. Consequently, they decided to change its very desires. Again, they went to work, this time retraining the fish’s strongest reflexes. The result: a fish that would rather die than get wet. Even a little humidity filled the fish with horror.
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