“And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:” (Hebrews 9:27)
Bless it be the name of the Lord, my dear brothers and sisters! I pray that you’re having a peaceful weekend so far. For those who are in the midst of celebrating Sukkot, happy Feast of Tabernacles. For sure, I look forward to celebrating Sukkot in the presence of our King Jesus. This discussion is going to be quick because I want to give my testimony on the event that took place a few days ago. This past Thursday I was driving my three girls to school when I was t-boned on my passenger side. The impact was so hard that I ended up in the nearest yard, less than an inch away from a big tree. To God be the glory that no one, not even the other family, was severely harmed. I won’t go into major details on how it happened because the main importance is the fact that we all were covered by the blood of Jesus. Life for my three girls and I could’ve ended if we collided with the tree, but God only allowed us to survive with only a few scrapes and bruises. No one can’t tell me that God isn’t real and that our advocate King Jesus isn’t pleading for us. There are too many lies being told about what happens after you die, and the main lie is that everyone would go to heaven. That is a huge lie because not everyone is going to heaven and we certainly won’t be transformed into angels simply to watch over our loved ones. The scripture above lets us know exactly what’s going to happen after death. There are only two places we’ll go, either Paradise or Hell. Which one would you choose? Don’t wait until you’re done having a grand ol’time celebrating your sins because clocks are ticking. We don’t have all the time in the world. Make your choice now. Where do you want to spend your eternity? If you’re not sure, read King Jesus’ parable about the Rich Man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31). It is not only a parable, it is what to expect when you choose satan over God. I wasn’t fearful of losing my life because of my relationship with Christ, dying would’ve just sped up the process of my being with Him, which is something I look forward to gaining (Philippians 1:21). Please, take heed and don’t waste any more time. Form a secure relationship with our Savior and walk in His spirit. If you’re living on the fence, get off before you fall eternally into damnation. God deserves our love and we need Him. I’d love to read your thoughts on this, so please comment below. Until next time, may the Lord bless thee and keep thee. Love ya! Shalom.