In Every Breath You May Breathe in Jesus

Here is an interesting book excerpt:  If you make a few assumptions about the mixing of gases and the lifetimes of molecules in the atmosphere, it turns out that, on average, one molecule of “Caesar air” — or any other historic liter of air, for that matter — appears in each breath you take.  (Caesar’s Last Breath by Sam Kean)

So in every breath we take we may take in a molecule of air that Jesus breathed. It turns out that He is not only (though more importantly) with us in His Spirit – but physically he is still with us too. That makes me breathe more consciously and deeply and spiritually, knowing that he will be with me until my final breath.

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About jimd

Christian, ESL teacher, retired computer programmer, former US Army soldier, former Peace Corps Volunteer. Like to paint, build and fly rc airplanes, play guitar, ride unicycle, juggle, and hang out with my university students. Am currently residing in a foreign country but I do love America.
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