Suspended Unbelief? Don't Believe It!


The eyes of a child can make an older man new.

During a holiday trip to a Christmas Village in Grapevine, Texas, a machine sent small white faux snow between the tall Christmas tree and the Whoville Village.

Three year-old Titus looked up with glee as the northern climate magically descended upon Texas.

In movies, it’s called “suspended unbelief.” In Grapeville, it’s called “childhood.”

PORTAL TO HEAVEN: God has a way of making old things new around New Year’s Day and every other day a child is involved.

‘I am making everything new!’…There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens: a time to be born and a time to die… Revelation 21:5 NIV, Ecclesiastes 3:1,2 NIV

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