“Who doesn’t love a good mystery?” goes the saying. In my family, Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie are popular reads. If you’re like me, you may be more familiar with the TV cliffhanger. Growing up, I would come home from school and watch the syndicated reruns of the Batman series that began in 1966. These episodes came in pairs of conflict and resolution. The worst was when the conflict episode happened on a Friday and I had to wait the entire weekend for the resolution episode to see if Batman and Robin had escaped. It didn’t take long before I realized that of course they did—every single time.
Thank you, Daniel. It’s amazing to consider all that went into the “mystery” before it was finally revealed for our salvation. How praiseworthy is The Author!