Going home again
Every person on Earth was once a thought in the mind of God. So, you and I originated in Him and that makes Him our first home. Whether you agree or not makes no difference. It’s still true. But only a few (relatively speaking) will ever be going home again. And by that, I mean going home to stay.
Only people who put their trust and faith in their Creator will be going home again.
Yeah, I know it sounds like an exclusive location. And I know “inclusive” is the darling buzzword these days. But the truth doesn’t fluctuate with buzzwords and feelings. Because the truth is true regardless of how anybody feels about it.
And the reason I’m bringing it up today is because someone I’ve known very well has just died. And I’m fully confident she went home to be with God. How do I know? Because I know she put her trust and faith in God. She, and her family, lived it. They ran a Christian school for 30 years. And they’ve always been the kind of family who cared for the health and safety of their Christian brothers and sisters. So, even though good deeds don’t get you to Heaven, they are at least visible fruit from your heart.
When someone you know or care about dies, it should serve as a reminder how you’re on an extreme time limit. Your life, here on Earth, will come to an end. And probably much sooner than you dare to imagine. For example, this person I’m talking about was four years younger than me. And she lived a healthy life. Organic food. Filtered water. Plenty of fresh air and sunshine. But…
This broken world is full of disease and malefic microorganisms.
So, my recommendation, today, is simple. Hug, embrace, and kiss the ones you love…more often. Tell your loved ones how much they mean to you. Never let too much time pass without doing these things. And most importantly, if you haven’t already, get right with God.
Because your time limit might expire when you least expect it. Like the words from one of my song says…
Well time flies away…
Don’t put off who you should get to today.
Time flies away…
Don’t you wait till we meet in the angel café.
Grab some Merch
Or how about some music for kids
Don’t forget your RhymeTender on the way out. Feed the tip jar.