2 thoughts on “Nothing Was The Same

  1. “When Jesus said this, his aim was not to give us pretty, poetic rhymes with which to try and numb the pain. He means us to know that he, Jesus Christ, has the real, physical answer to real, physical death. And immediately after he said those words, he proved they were more than music—by raising a man to life who had been in the tomb four days.”

    Now see if I did needlepoint, THAT would all be on a pillow.
    A big pillow, obviously.

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