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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  • 1. Time
    Past, Present
    & Future
  • 2. Time consists of three dimensions: Past,
    Present and
    Future.
    We cannot experience Time
    in any other way.
    Time
    comes out of the Future,
    through the Present,
    then into the Past.
  • 3. God consists of three dimensions: Past,
    Present and
    Future.
    We cannot experience Time
    in any other way.
    Time
    comes out of the Future,
    through the Present,
    then into the Past.
  • 4. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit,
    Present and
    Future.
    We cannot experience Time
    in any other way.
    Time
    comes out of the Future,
    through the Present,
    then into the Past.
  • 5. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit,
    Son and
    Future.
    We cannot experience Time
    in any other way.
    Time
    comes out of the Future,
    through the Present,
    then into the Past.
  • 6. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit,
    Son and
    Father.
    We cannot experience Time
    in any other way.
    Time
    comes out of the Future,
    through the Present,
    then into the Past.
  • 7. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit,
    Son and
    Father.
    We cannot experience God
    in any other way.
    Time
    comes out of the Future,
    through the Present,
    then into the Past.
  • 8. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit,
    Son and
    Father.
    We cannot experience God
    in any other way.
    God
    comes out of the Future,
    through the Present,
    then into the Past.
  • 9. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit,
    Son and
    Father.
    We cannot experience God
    in any other way.
    God
    comes out of the Father,
    through the Present,
    then into the Past.
  • 10. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit,
    Son and
    Father.
    We cannot experience God
    in any other way.
    God
    comes out of the Father,
    through the Son ,
    then into the Past.
  • 11. God consists of three dimensions: Spirit,
    Son and
    Father.
    We cannot experience God
    in any other way.
    God
    comes out of the Father,
    through the Son,
    then into the Spirit.
  • 12. The Future is unseen and unknown
    except as it continually makes itself visible in the Present.
    The Present
    is what we see and hear and know.
    The Present
    is ceaselessly embodying the Future,
    day by day, hour by hour,
    moment by moment.
  • 13. The Father is unseen and unknown
    except as it continually makes itself visible in the Present.
    The Present
    is what we see and hear and know.
    The Present
    is ceaselessly embodying the Future,
    day by day, hour by hour,
    moment by moment.
  • 14. The Father is unseen and unknown
    except as he continually makes himself visible in the Son.
    The Present
    is what we see and hear and know.
    The Present
    is ceaselessly embodying the Future,
    day by day, hour by hour,
    moment by moment.
  • 15. The Father is unseen and unknown
    except as he continually makes himself visible in the Son.
    The Son
    is what we see and hear and know.
    The Present
    is ceaselessly embodying the Future,
    day by day, hour by hour,
    moment by moment.
  • 16. The Father is unseen and unknown
    except as he continually makes himself visible in the Son.
    The Son
    is what we see and hear and know.
    The Son
    is ceaselessly embodying the Future,
    day by day, hour by hour,
    moment by moment.
  • 17. The Father is unseen and unknown
    except as he continually makes himself visible in the Son.
    The Son
    is what we see and hear and know.
    The Son
    is ceaselessly embodying the Father ,
    day by day, hour by hour,
    moment by moment.
  • 18. The Present
    perpetually reveals the Future,
    hitherto invisible.
  • 19. The Son
    perpetually reveals the Future,
    hitherto invisible.
  • 20. The Son
    perpetually reveals the Father,
    hitherto invisible.
  • 21. Time acts through and in the Present.
    Time makes itself visible
    only in the Present.
    It is in the Present
    that the Future
    becomes a part of human life,
    and so is born and lives and dies
    in human life.
  • 22. God acts through and in the Present.
    Time makes itself visible
    only in the Present.
    It is in the Present
    that the Future
    becomes a part of human life,
    and so is born and lives and dies
    in human life.
  • 23. God acts through and in the Son.
    Time makes itself visible
    only in the Present.
    It is in the Present
    that the Future
    becomes a part of human life,
    and so is born and lives and dies
    in human life.
  • 24. God acts through and in the Son.
    God makes himself visible
    only in the Present.
    It is in the Present
    that the Future
    becomes a part of human life,
    and so is born and lives and dies
    in human life.
  • 25. God acts through and in the Son.
    God makes himself visible
    only in the Son.
    It is in the Present
    that the Future
    becomes a part of human life,
    and so is born and lives and dies
    in human life.
  • 26. God acts through and in the Son.
    God makes himself visible
    only in the Son.
    It is in the Son
    that the Future
    becomes a part of human life,
    and so is born and lives and dies
    in human life.
  • 27. God acts through and in the Son.
    God makes himself visible
    only in the Son.
    It is in the Son
    that the Father
    becomes a part of human life,
    and so is born and lives and dies
    in human life.
  • 28. The Past, in turn,
    comes from the Present.
    The Past
    does not embody the Present.
    On the contrary, in issuing
    from the Present
    into the Past,
    Time becomes invisible again.
    The Past
    proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.
  • 29. The Spirit, in turn,
    comes from the Present.
    The Past
    does not embody the Present.
    On the contrary, in issuing
    from the Present
    into the Past,
    Time becomes invisible again.
    The Past
    proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.
  • 30. The Spirit, in turn,
    comes from the Son.
    The Past
    does not embody the Present.
    On the contrary, in issuing
    from the Present
    into the Past,
    Time becomes invisible again.
    The Past
    proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.
  • 31. The Spirit, in turn,
    comes from the Son.
    The Spirit
    does not embody the Present.
    On the contrary, in issuing
    from the Present
    into the Past,
    Time becomes invisible again.
    The Past
    proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.
  • 32. The Spirit, in turn,
    comes from the Son.
    The Spirit
    does not embody the Son.
    On the contrary, in issuing
    from the Present
    into the Past,
    Time becomes invisible again.
    The Past
    proceeds silently, endlessly, invisibly from the Present.
  • 33. The Spirit, in turn,
    comes from the Son.
    The Spirit
    does not embody the Son.
    On the contrary, in issuing
    from the Son
    into the Past,
    Time becomes invisible again.
    The Past
    proceeds silently,