Eternity Embraces Time

I was looking through some of my old blogs and I found this one from a couple of years ago. This image of Eternity embracing time, still gets to me. Seeing how it almost Christmas again, I thought I would share once more. May you all have a Merry Christmas.


I had intended to post this blog a couple of days before Christmas, but my computer was giving me fits and freezing up on me.  Hopefully the spirit of this Christmas message will continue with you into the New Year and into Eternity itself.

I was watching a program last night with David Jeramiah.  He was telling the Christmas story in a way I have never heard before.  He told how Jesus left his riches in heaven, came to earth and became poor for us.  He took our sins with him on the cross, so that we may have eternal life.

Yes, all that I have heard; usually connected with the Easter story.  It was what he said next that really hit me.  He said Eternity embraced time so that we who are bound by time may someday embrace Eternity.

Think about that for a minute..Eternity (God, the Father, Son…

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One thought on “Eternity Embraces Time

  1. A lovely post. It brought to mind T. S. Eliot’s great “Four Quartets.” The series of poems deals with time, eternity, history, and memory. A good bit of it’s beyond me, but there are sections that resonate, and some lines are memorable, like this:

    “Time past and time future
    What might have been and what has been
    Point to one end, which is always present.”

    I’m not certain, but I think that’s one place where he’s joining time and eternity.

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