The feet are steeped in the waters of life first. This makes sense of course because our feet bear the weight of our lives with each step and stumble. Next come our ankles and legs, on which we bend and maneuver. We sit down, trying to steady our torso—our trunk and core—on the seat. A hand is placed on our forehead in an effort to prepare us, but there is no way to prepare for the submerging and submission. As our chest, head, and finally our face is dunked under the water our breath is taken away, as well as our sins. As the hand comes under our head and lifts us back up into the still air to applause, we realize something has changed. Our clothes are wet, we are out of breath, heart beating violently, water streaking down our face, and our soul aches. Our soul has been touched by the invisible hand within us all. A hand that squeezes gently, reminding us that our hearts beat for Him. Reminding us that we have now made a vow to serve Him. We have been drenched in the living water, forever changed, forever the same, forever evolving. Cry out to our God with joy and thankfulness. We have been forgiven, and He is within us… forever.
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What did the maths gadget say when it left?
"Calc u later!"
This is wonderfully horrible I had to share it.