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The Story of a Coca-Cola Can

After reading this article, a Coca-Cola can will never look the same again and it will most probably bring new meaning to your life!

This story makes for interesting reading as a letter was found on the study desk of a boy named Abrie de Bruin, who tragically died during an accident at the age of 13. (As seen on social media)

How many cans of Coca-Cola have you consumed without even wondering why the colour of the can is red? Well, the letter explains a can of Coca-Cola in detail and you will never be able to look at one in the same way.

The colour red simbolises the blood of Jesus and the black stripes show the sin we do daily. The white areas represent cleanness and when you confess to your sins, you will become clean. Coca-Cola stands for the following:

  • C – come
  • O – on
  • C – children
  • A – accept
  • C – Christ
  • O – our
  • L – Lord
  • A – Amen

And the word Coke stands for:

  • C – Christ
  • O – our
  • K – King
  • E – eternal

On the back of the can is 340 ml. In Lamentations 3:40 it is written; “Let us examine our ways and test them, and let us return to the Lord.”

When you do this, your sins will be forgiven and you will look similar to the little man on the back of the can – a child of the King! When still in doubt about your sins being forgiven, have a look at the SABS-approved stamp on the back of the can – this simbolises a guarantee.

When a Coca-Cola can is sealed and you shake it, the liquid inside will compress and burst out of the can when you open it. Thís is what will happen to you when you repent your sins and convert back to the Lord.

It will bubble inside you. This message was the last words of a young boy who saw Jesus in everything – even on a can of Coke. So next time you are about to buy a can of Coke, you will also be able to see all the symbols in front of you.

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