GodReflection: God Breaks In Monday
On that list is God’s Rolex.
The whole idea that God’s timepiece has always been and will always be is beyond my comprehension. His watch receives its signal from eternity rather than from Greenwich Mean Time and the atomic clock.
God will break into His world with an eternity I will finally understand.
My guess is at that point in time; time and eternity will never again appear as a question in my mind.
When God breaks in with all things new my focus will change to living “the now” in the presence of God, Son, and Holy Spirit.
His promise is that “now time” and “eternal time” will take place on a new and perfect earth.
I live in expectation of life without pain, loss, and death, surrounded by a clean and holy world full of more joy and richer relationships than I can possibly grasp with my current mortal brain.
Everyone from past and present will be there when God breaks in with eternity.
Hearts that walk with His heart will be ecstatic with the event and all of God’s promises that will unfold before their new eyes.
Those who decided not to align their hearts with God while on earth will receive what they have always lived for—a life without the Holy presence.
As the aged and elderly apostle John pens the final line of Scripture he prays as he writes: He who testifies to these things says, “Yes, I am coming soon.” Amen. Come, Lord Jesus.
Dr. Gary J. Sorrells – A GodReflection on God Breaks In with Eternity.