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September 4, 2006
A conversation overheard at bedtime 20 minutes ago
between my husband and the 6 year old boy..

“Daddy, how can Yeshua be in everybody?”

“Think about air. Are you breathing?”

Sleepy nod.

“You have air in you right now just like everybody else. You can’t see it, you can’t touch it but you are ‘filled’ with air. What happens if you don’t have any air in your body?

“Well, you just die.”

“Yeshua is like air to our spirit. He is all around us even if we can’t see Him or feel Him. He gives us life. What is a person like who doesn’t have Yeshua in their heart?”

“They are dead inside?”

“Yes, they are. What happens when He comes and lives in them?”

“They get to live forever!”

Big yawn. Daddy pulls the covers up and as hugs and kisses are exchanged, the little guy asks one more question.

“So, if you die and you don’t have Him in your heart do you go to the fiery furnace?”

It’s really that simple, isn’t it?
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A conversation overheard at bedtime 20 minutes ago
between my husband and the 6 year old boy..

“Daddy, how can Yeshua be in everybody?”

“Think about air. Are you breathing?”

Sleepy nod.

“You have air in you right now just like everybody else. You can’t see it, you can’t touch it but you are ‘filled’ with air. What happens if you don’t have any air in your body?

“Well, you just die.”

“Yeshua is like air to our spirit. He is all around us even if we can’t see Him or feel Him. He gives us life. What is a person like who doesn’t have Yeshua in their heart?”

“They are dead inside?”

“Yes, they are. What happens when He comes and lives in them?”

“They get to live forever!”

Big yawn. Daddy pulls the covers up and as hugs and kisses are exchanged, the little guy asks one more question.

“So, if you die and you don’t have Him in your heart do you go to the fiery furnace?”

It’s really that simple, isn’t it?