posted on Oct, 10 2005 @ 12:49 AM
In my continued search of what this means I found the below quote
"Despite the long wait for this day, I was not excited, but very peaceful. Arriving at Church that evening for the Vigil, the peace unfolded into a
quiet joy. We gathered with all the other confirmands and took our seats in the school gym for the first part of the Liturgy. There we heard the
readings of Genesis, Exodus, Isaiah and more. They seemed to paint before my eyes a vision of God in His timelessness. It allowed me to see myself as
a part of a beautiful "dance of the ages",
the story woven by God's promise in the beginning - His continual care and mercy and fidelity throughout time - and mysteriously gave the
understanding that we are all genuinely bound together as His adopted sons and daughters - from those who went long before us to those who will follow
after. All who know and love Him are truly one body dancing in the rhythm of His Heart, the Song of Heaven. "
Now when I read that it seemed it was a direct reference and quote from Genesis, Exodus. Does anyone know of this in Genesis, Exodus?