Filled With Wonder

Yes, God loved the world so much that He gave His only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him may not be lost but may have eternal life

John 16:16
Exodus 34:4-6,8-9; Daniel 3:52-55; 2 Corinthians 13:11-13; John 3:16-18

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The Holy Trinity, A

It was a day when the threat of rain was in the air …

A young woman drove up to a drive-through fast-food window. She was waited on by a man wearing a turban.

As he handed the woman her order through the car window, he said with a trace of an Indian accent, ìAh! The smell of Eternity is in the air.î The woman was impressed, assuming that those mystical words were offered as a profound philosophical observation. She wondered, was it a prophetic statement meaning the end is near?

She smiled politely and said nothing. But the man continued to speak: ìEternity,î he repeated. ìAre you wearing Eternity Cologne?î

Reading the Gospels we discover that eternity is always in the air. In Johnís Gospel alone, Jesus makes no less than fifteen references to eternal life. Among them,

ìThe Son of Man must be lifted up … so that everyone who believes may have eternal life in Himî (Jn. 3:13-15).

ìYes, God…

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