The awe of eternity overwhelms us like a blanket of stars. Grounded in the tangible manipulation of Science and Math we find eternity in a simple number line that continue forever, and that's just the beginning. Even if we could travel to the ends of the universe, math whispers of what lies beyond the potential of our sight. Build off the known, and the depth of what's beyond speeds forward. 

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Equating Eternity  


A Greater Reality Than We Know


Flat Icons Inspire Wonder

The writers of the Bible utilized imagery from our world to describe the world beyond. While this helps us anchor our understanding in what we already know; just as the icon of a cloud hardly represents everything a cloud is, so also our descriptions of things in the spiritual world pale in comparison to their heavenly counterparts. They are bigger, better, and beyond comprehension. 

 "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void, and darkness was over the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters." –Genesis 1:1,2, The Beginning of All Things

When the Bible describes creation, familiar imagery is used to describe a much more magnificent process. Next time you read, we invite you to ponder, with a listening ear for God's Spirit, the depth of what's being described. 


The universe is vast, your DNA is a miracle, and you are fearfully and wonderfully made.