Seattle Mennonite Church Sermons

Breathed into Life

September 10, 2019
Seattle Mennonite Church Sermons
Breathed into Life
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Seattle Mennonite Church Sermons
Breathed into Life
Sep 10, 2019
Amy Marie Epp
God's fingerprints and God's breath make us all intimately loved by our Creator.
Show Notes

 Compared to the first chapter of Genesis, the story of creation in chapter two is tender and intimate, and speaks of God's caring closeness.  God's fingerprints are all over creation and God's breath animates all creatures.  When God scoops up some mud and created the first earth-ling then breathed into it, life begins! In times of stress and anxiety, in times of stillness and calm, we can still remember with each deep breath that God breathes within us and that we are connected to all other humans - just a bunch of God-formed mud-people - through the breath of God.

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