Proverbs 8:22-31; Psalms 8:4-9; Romans 5:1-5; John 16:12-15
There once was a tribal elder in a remote corner of the earth who was sitting on a rock by a stream, eating an artichoke. Suddenly, as if a flash of lightning burst forth in his brain, he saw the truth, the wonder, and the glory of creation. He realized that he was born of God; he saw the marvelous perfection of the great plan of the universe, and he was filled with an overwhelming sense of peace and wholeness right down to his very core. He returned to the village to tell of his wondrous insight, and before long, crowds of fellow tribesmen began to gather around him. They realized that he knew something great that they, too, yearned…
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