We all have a longing for permanence, to know that we are established and secure. This is described in the Bible as having our name written in stone, in heaven, in the Book of Life, etc. But the prophet Jeremiah also speaks of names being written in the earth. Luke Harriman presents this message on the familiar story from John 8 of the woman caught in adultery, which is the only time in the gospels we see the Lord Jesus writing. He reads this scene with Jeremiah 17 in the background, leading to a reflection on where our names are written. 
Scripture passages: Jeremiah 17:1–14; Isaiah 49:15–16; John 8:1–11