Time: Past Present Future

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The fingerprints of the Trinity are all over creation, illustrates Dr. Nathan Wood in this powerful comparison of time and the Trinity.

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Time: Past Present Future

  1. 1. Time – <br />Past, Present <br />& Future<br />
  2. 2. Time consists of three dimensions: Past, <br />Present and <br />Future. <br />We cannot experience Time<br />in any other way. <br />Time<br />comes out of the Future, <br />through the Present, <br />then into the Past.<br />
  3. 3. God consists of three dimensions: Past, <br />Present and <br />Future. <br />We cannot experience Time<br />in any other way. <br />Time<br />comes out of the Future, <br />through the Present, <br />then into the Past.<br />
  4. 4. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit, <br />Present and <br />Future. <br />We cannot experience Time<br />in any other way. <br />Time<br />comes out of the Future, <br />through the Present, <br />then into the Past.<br />
  5. 5. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit, <br />Son and <br />Future. <br />We cannot experience Time<br />in any other way. <br />Time<br />comes out of the Future, <br />through the Present, <br />then into the Past.<br />
  6. 6. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit, <br />Son and <br />Father. <br />We cannot experience Time<br />in any other way. <br />Time<br />comes out of the Future, <br />through the Present, <br />then into the Past.<br />
  7. 7. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit, <br />Son and <br />Father. <br />We cannot experience God<br />in any other way. <br />Time<br />comes out of the Future, <br />through the Present, <br />then into the Past.<br />
  8. 8. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit, <br />Son and <br />Father. <br />We cannot experience God<br />in any other way. <br />God<br />comes out of the Future, <br />through the Present, <br />then into the Past.<br />
  9. 9. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit, <br />Son and <br />Father. <br />We cannot experience God<br />in any other way. <br />God<br />comes out of the Father, <br />through the Present, <br />then into the Past.<br />
  10. 10. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit, <br />Son and <br />Father. <br />We cannot experience God<br />in any other way. <br />God<br />comes out of the Father, <br />through the Son , <br />then into the Past.<br />
  11. 11. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit, <br />Son and <br />Father. <br />We cannot experience God<br />in any other way. <br />God<br />comes out of the Father, <br />through the Son, <br />then into the Spirit.<br />
  12. 12. The Future is unseen and unknown – <br />except as it continually makes itself visible in the Present.<br />The Present <br />is what we see and hear and know.<br />The Present<br />is ceaselessly embodying the Future,<br />day by day, hour by hour, <br />moment by moment. <br />
  13. 13. The Father is unseen and unknown – <br />except as it continually makes itself visible in the Present.<br />The Present <br />is what we see and hear and know.<br />The Present<br />is ceaselessly embodying the Future,<br />day by day, hour by hour, <br />moment by moment. <br />
  14. 14. The Father is unseen and unknown – <br />except as he continually makes himself visible in the Son.<br />The Present <br />is what we see and hear and know.<br />The Present<br />is ceaselessly embodying the Future,<br />day by day, hour by hour, <br />moment by moment. <br />
  15. 15. The Father is unseen and unknown – <br />except as he continually makes himself visible in the Son.<br />The Son<br />is what we see and hear and know.<br />The Present<br />is ceaselessly embodying the Future,<br />day by day, hour by hour, <br />moment by moment. <br />
  16. 16. The Father is unseen and unknown – <br />except as he continually makes himself visible in the Son.<br />The Son<br />is what we see and hear and know.<br />The Son<br />is ceaselessly embodying the Future,<br />day by day, hour by hour, <br />moment by moment. <br />
  17. 17. The Father is unseen and unknown – <br />except as he continually makes himself visible in the Son.<br />The Son<br />is what we see and hear and know.<br />The Son<br />is ceaselessly embodying the Father ,<br />day by day, hour by hour, <br />moment by moment. <br />
  18. 18. The Present <br />perpetually reveals the Future,<br />hitherto invisible. <br />
  19. 19. The Son<br />perpetually reveals the Future,<br />hitherto invisible. <br />
  20. 20. The Son<br />perpetually reveals the Father,<br />hitherto invisible. <br />
  21. 21. Time acts through and in the Present. <br />Time makes itself visible <br />only in the Present. <br />It is in the Present <br />that the Future <br />becomes a part of human life, <br />and so is born and lives and dies <br />in human life.<br />
  22. 22. God acts through and in the Present. <br />Time makes itself visible<br />only in the Present. <br />It is in the Present <br />that the Future <br />becomes a part of human life, <br />and so is born and lives and dies <br />in human life.<br />
  23. 23. God acts through and in the Son. <br />Time makes itself visible<br />only in the Present. <br />It is in the Present <br />that the Future <br />becomes a part of human life, <br />and so is born and lives and dies <br />in human life.<br />
  24. 24. God acts through and in the Son. <br />God makes himself visible<br />only in the Present. <br />It is in the Present <br />that the Future <br />becomes a part of human life, <br />and so is born and lives and dies <br />in human life.<br />
  25. 25. God acts through and in the Son. <br />God makes himself visible<br />only in the Son. <br />It is in the Present <br />that the Future <br />becomes a part of human life, <br />and so is born and lives and dies <br />in human life.<br />
  26. 26. God acts through and in the Son. <br />God makes himself visible<br />only in the Son. <br />It is in the Son<br />that the Future <br />becomes a part of human life, <br />and so is born and lives and dies <br />in human life.<br />
  27. 27. God acts through and in the Son. <br />God makes himself visible<br />only in the Son. <br />It is in the Son<br />that the Father<br />becomes a part of human life, <br />and so is born and lives and dies <br />in human life.<br />
  28. 28. The Past, in turn, <br />comes from the Present. <br />The Past <br />does not embody the Present. <br />On the contrary, in issuing <br />from the Present <br />into the Past, <br />Time becomes invisible again. <br />The Past <br />proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.<br />
  29. 29. The Spirit, in turn, <br />comes from the Present. <br />The Past <br />does not embody the Present. <br />On the contrary, in issuing <br />from the Present <br />into the Past, <br />Time becomes invisible again. <br />The Past <br />proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.<br />
  30. 30. The Spirit, in turn, <br />comes from the Son. <br />The Past <br />does not embody the Present. <br />On the contrary, in issuing <br />from the Present <br />into the Past, <br />Time becomes invisible again. <br />The Past <br />proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.<br />
  31. 31. The Spirit, in turn, <br />comes from the Son. <br />The Spirit<br />does not embody the Present. <br />On the contrary, in issuing <br />from the Present <br />into the Past, <br />Time becomes invisible again. <br />The Past <br />proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.<br />
  32. 32. The Spirit, in turn, <br />comes from the Son. <br />The Spirit<br />does not embody the Son. <br />On the contrary, in issuing <br />from the Present <br />into the Past, <br />Time becomes invisible again. <br />The Past <br />proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.<br />
  33. 33. The Spirit, in turn, <br />comes from the Son. <br />The Spirit<br />does not embody the Son. <br />On the contrary, in issuing <br />from the Son<br />into the Past, <br />Time becomes invisible again. <br />The Past <br />proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.<br />
  34. 34. The Spirit, in turn, <br />comes from the Son. <br />The Spirit<br />does not embody the Son. <br />On the contrary, in issuing <br />from the Son<br />into the Spirit, <br />Time becomes invisible again. <br />The Past <br />proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.<br />
  35. 35. The Spirit, in turn, <br />comes from the Son. <br />The Spirit<br />does not embody the Son. <br />On the contrary, in issuing <br />from the Son<br />into the Spirit, <br />God becomes invisible again. <br />The Past <br />proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.<br />
  36. 36. The Spirit, in turn, <br />comes from the Son. <br />The Spirit<br />does not embody the Son. <br />On the contrary, in issuing <br />from the Son<br />into the Spirit, <br />God becomes invisible again. <br />The Spirit<br />proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.<br />
  37. 37. The Spirit, in turn, <br />comes from the Son. <br />The Spirit<br />does not embody the Son. <br />On the contrary, in issuing <br />from the Son<br />into the Spirit, <br />God becomes invisible again. <br />The Spirit<br />proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Son.<br />
  38. 38. The Present, <br />therefore, comes out from <br />the invisible Future <br />and perpetually and ever-newly <br />embodies the Future <br />in visible, audible, livable form, <br />and returns again <br />into invisible Time <br />in the Past.<br />
  39. 39. The Son, <br />therefore, comes out from <br />the invisible Future <br />and perpetually and ever-newly <br />embodies the Future <br />in visible, audible, livable form, <br />and returns again <br />into invisible Time <br />in the Past.<br />
  40. 40. The Son, <br />therefore, comes out from <br />the invisible Father<br />and perpetually and ever-newly <br />embodies the Future <br />in visible, audible, livable form, <br />and returns again <br />into invisible Time <br />in the Past.<br />
  41. 41. The Son, <br />therefore, comes out from <br />the invisible Father<br />and perpetually and ever-newly <br />embodies the Father<br />in visible, audible, livable form, <br />and returns again <br />into invisible Time <br />in the Past.<br />
  42. 42. The Son, <br />therefore, comes out from <br />the invisible Father<br />and perpetually and ever-newly <br />embodies the Father<br />in visible, audible, livable form, <br />and returns again <br />into invisible God<br />in the Past.<br />
  43. 43. The Son, <br />therefore, comes out from <br />the invisible Father<br />and perpetually and ever-newly <br />embodies the Father<br />in visible, audible, livable form, <br />and returns again <br />into invisible God<br />in the Spirit.<br />
  44. 44. The Past acts invisibly. <br />The Past continually influences us <br />with regard to the Present. <br />It casts light upon the Present. <br />That is the great function of the Past. <br />The Past helps us to live in the <br />Present which we know, <br />and with reference to the Future <br />which we expect to see. <br />
  45. 45. The Spirit acts invisibly. <br />The Past continually influences us <br />with regard to the Present. <br />It casts light upon the Present. <br />That is the great function of the Past. <br />The Past helps us to live in the <br />Present which we know, <br />and with reference to the Future <br />which we expect to see. <br />
  46. 46. The Spirit acts invisibly. <br />The Spirit continually influences us <br />with regard to the Present. <br />It casts light upon the Present. <br />That is the great function of the Past. <br />The Past helps us to live in the <br />Present which we know, <br />and with reference to the Future <br />which we expect to see. <br />
  47. 47. The Spirit acts invisibly. <br />The Spirit continually influences us <br />with regard to the Son. <br />It casts light upon the Present. <br />That is the great function of the Past. <br />The Past helps us to live in the <br />Present which we know, <br />and with reference to the Future <br />which we expect to see. <br />
  48. 48. The Spirit acts invisibly. <br />The Spirit continually influences us <br />with regard to the Son. <br />He casts light upon the Son. <br />That is the great function of the Past. <br />The Past helps us to live in the <br />Present which we know, <br />and with reference to the Future <br />which we expect to see. <br />
  49. 49. The Spirit acts invisibly. <br />The Spirit continually influences us <br />with regard to the Son. <br />He casts light upon the Son. <br />That is the great function of the Spirit. <br />The Past helps us to live in the <br />Present which we know, <br />and with reference to the Future <br />which we expect to see. <br />
  50. 50. The Spirit acts invisibly. <br />The Spirit continually influences us <br />with regard to the Son. <br />He casts light upon the Son. <br />That is the great function of the Spirit. <br />The Spirit helps us to live in the <br />Present which we know, <br />and with reference to the Future <br />which we expect to see. <br />
  51. 51. The Spirit acts invisibly. <br />The Spirit continually influences us <br />with regard to the Son. <br />He casts light upon the Son. <br />That is the great function of the Spirit. <br />The Spirit helps us to live in the <br />Son which we know, <br />and with reference to the Future <br />which we expect to see. <br />
  52. 52. The Spirit acts invisibly. <br />The Spirit continually influences us <br />with regard to the Son. <br />He casts light upon the Son. <br />That is the great function of the Spirit. <br />The Spirit helps us to live in the <br />Son which we know, <br />and with reference to the Father<br />whom we expect to see. <br />

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