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          The thoughts of a Christian dealing with the loss of a loved one.

    Mon, Nov 20th - 1:50PM

    In the days of Noah

    If you look at the world today one would have to say what a messed up place this is. Terror, famine, lust and drugs are running rampant. People are looking for something or someone to get a hold of, to them comfort and peace. We have become lovers of our own selves. Money has become to the root of evil. The problem is not having money. The problem is wanting more and doing anything to get it. We have forgotten our morals. The Christians are under attack. Marriage is going down hill. They say the grass is always greener on the other side. The thinking is do what you feel is necessary to feel good. If it feels good do it, not worrying how it affects anybody else. You don’t have to answer or take responsibility for your actions. Jesus said that before his coming that this would be like it was in the days of Noah before the flood. They laughed and said “where is he?” just like they do today. Jesus said that he would come like a thief in the night and that nobody would know the day or the time. Just when it started raining God shut up the door of the ark. The people had been warned but did not listen. I was too late. So it will be when Christ returns for his church. We have been warned for 2000 years. We continue to be warned as the time grows short. I pray that we don’t close the door to our hearts before its too late. It is so easy to say that I am a sinner and I need Christ in my heart and live the life that he wants me to live. But we make is so hard. I pray that people accept Him before its too late. Why would we not want to live with him in paradise? He loved us so much that he gave his life for us, then rose up on the third day so we also can live. Heaven is a beautiful place! I can not wait to get there!!!

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    Thu, Nov 2nd - 6:24PM


    It was Sunday morning and I went to church. As I sat in the pew I watched families and couples come in and watched them sit down. Some sat with their children between them and others sat close to one another. I smiled. It was nice to see families and people come to church and share with their loved ones. My mind drifted back when my wife and I did the same thing. I suddenly felt lonely and sad.. I had this empty ache. I prayed that God would take it away and let me listen to the sermon. As I was driving home a thought crossed my mind. One day I'll be with my wife again and she'll be right by my side and we'll be at the greatest church service known to humans. God answered my prayer and I thanked him. I was talking with my children and we were discussing heaven. We all agreed that heaven will be beautiful and far from boring, like some people have said. Can you imagine what the new heaven and new earth will be like? God will say “go out and enjoy this. I created it for you.” I did this because I love you. When you are enjoying this, your praising and enjoying me. That sure is better than what some people think, that we will all be standing around playing harps. Imagine enjoying all of God's creation with your loved ones! The curse will be over. Thank God for everything. Just for a moment imagine some one who was unable to walk their entire lives and now they see God in heaven they will jump for joy, all in their new bodies. I can almost hear God saying “go ahead, run through the grass and feel it under your feet,” or someone who was blind since birth, “go and look at all the splendor I have created for you. Feast your eyes upon it!” Or imagine never using your hands before and God telling you to go out and make something you like. All this would go to the Glory of God!! Heaven will not be boring. God is not going to say after all is said and done “well, just stand over there. I'm tired and going on vacation. See you in a few million years.” I don't think so. Friends, keep looking up and praising God. Help those around you. Soon we will be in a glorious place when Jesus comes again! Maranatha!

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    Member Since: 2006-06-03
    Location: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States
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