>Of course I’m a bit partial…my son Joel is the videographer/editor/manager for this, but perhaps it’s something you’d want to follow:
“Oh, Jack, what if you offend someone with this video?” Oh well.
Some things need a couple readings to grasp; maybe I’m just tired, but this one took a lot of concentrated effort, but so worth the time:
“For our transgressions was He wounded and for our sins He died. His were the ocean depths of wrath that stayed our plunge to the Lake of Fire. Now we can bear God’s sight because of Him who knew its loss.”
– Geoffrey T. Bull, The City and the Sign (Grand Rapids, Mi.: Baker Book House, 1970), 92.