I found this barn and its hopeful message along I70 (or as a Kansan might say 70 Interstate) on my recent trip to visit Nate and Laura. I vowed to stop and take a picture of it on my way home.
While this saying has graced many a bumper sticker, you won’t actually find it in THE BIBLE. I’m usually fairly coy about the titles of the posts in this here blog (even though I’m sure most of them end up being fairly transparent), however, I will flat out tell you if you go read that particular verse, I think it is what this bumper sticker theology is trying to say.
Although intellectual honesty makes me point out I’m not a noted theologian. I don’t even play one on television. You know every once in awhile, PHOTOGRAPHY 139 needs to get in touch with its roots and give a small reminder of where the name comes from.
CAMERA: SONY SLT-A65V
FOCAL LENGTH: 18.0mm
DATE TAKEN: 01-17-2016 – 12:42
ALTITUDE: 19.9 meters above sea level*
*I have my doubts about the accuracy of that number.
2 thoughts on “John 14:27”
I love this.
You’re the one. So far.
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