We know that Time is finite. It doesn’t continue forever. So, what happens when Time runs out? Does the earth just roll up like a scroll and disappear? Scientists look at the galaxy and see stars dying over time. The theory of global warming is more evidence of the end of the earth. We as a people are finite and will come to an end. Look back at history and see how many civilizations have died over the few thousand years of Time.
There is only one definitively written book that deals with the end of the world. It is over 2000 years old. Most people disregard this book because they think it is a fairy tale. But Time after Time, this book has been proven to be true. Yet people don’t to listen or read it. What is that saying about not learning from your mistakes. You are destined to repeat the same mistake. Everybody knows what this book is. Of course, this book is the bible. In the book of Revelation, John describes the events when Time runs out. He said that the heavens and the earth will roll up like a scroll and disappear. There are many events on this earth that will happen before the end.
My question to you is: what are you going to do to prepare for your end, when your time runs out.
I have written about time before. And spoken about it’s importance. Everyone has a set amount of time. And What you do with it is up to you. I have known people who have lived only three months. And there were people who lived one hundred years. But they all had the same problem. There was never enough time. Time is consistent and never stops. I seen people, including myself, waste precious moments, which we will never see again. So, what do we do? We can plan and scheme but it never seems to work. All we can really do is to live our lives to the fullest, being consciously aware of what we are doing. We can be with family and friends and have those moments count. In the end, our relationship with family and friends are the only thing worth having on this earth.
Our lives are all about choices. We look at everything and decide what we are going to do. It seems that as we get older our choices blend together. We want what we want. Even though we were taught how to live the right way, the more we choose the wrong way, it seems to get easier. It is not just our lives but the lives of other. We as a people have made decisions that are morally wrong. Although we have passed laws to make our choices legal, it doesn’t mean that they are always morally right. Being morally right takes courage and bravery to stick to our convictions. I don’t have to mention anything and you know what I am talking about. There is a list of 7 deadly sins. People know what they are and there are laws against them. But what is interesting is that there is a sin that is worst than murder, rape or theft. Most people commit this sin every day with regularity. They don’t think that this sin is anything. Yet it will condemn you faster than murder. That sin is lying. Everybody lies at one time or another. Yet God calls satan the father of all lies. And anyone that lies has made himself the servant of the devil. Today in this world people expect people to lie to them, that they don’t think twice about it. It is a way to do business in this country. It has become legal but morally wrong. This isn’t the only thing, but as far as that goes you know the truth and what is morally wrong. Like I said to do what is morally right takes courage and bravery in your convictions.
My 3rd. son usually has a crawfish boil for the family on the Saturday before Easter. If you don’t know what a crawfish are, it is a small freshwater lobster. Here in South Louisiana, boiling crawfish is an annual tradition. Crawfish are sold by the pound and come in 40lb sacks. He bought 3 sacks of crawfish. My whole family is here, grandchildren and all. The little kids and playing with the crawfish, trying not to get bit by the crawfish. Everyone is talking to each other. The crawfish are almost boiled and smell good. Of course, there are potatoes, corn and mushrooms in the boil. We are about to eat. I enjoy these gathering. I hope and pray that the children remember these gatherings when the get older. It is such great memories to have. Happy Easter. Y’all have a good weekend.