What's Your Wish?

Your Heart’s Desire

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Zephaniah 3:14-20; Luke 3:1-6
Rev. Dr. E. Scott Jones
December 9 2012

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The theologian Wendy Farley has written that the divine love, the Divine Eros, is a “kind of intoxicating, overabundance of life.  A radiant delight in the interdependence of existence and the random beauty of being.”  An “intoxicating, overabundance of life.” . . .

[Scott preached without manuscript today, so if you want to hear more about this “intoxicating, overabundance of life,” about desire, and about God, then you’ll need to watch the video.]

The theologian Wendy Farley has written that the divine love, the Divine Eros, is a “kind of intoxicating, overabundance of life.  A radiant delight in the interdependence of existence and the random beauty of being.”  An “intoxicating, overabundance of life.” . . .

[Scott preached without manuscript today, so if you want to hear more about this “intoxicating, overabundance of life,” about desire, and about God, then you’ll need to watch the video.]