Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Random Thoughts on a Tuesday: Pray for the Second Coming.



The Bible says that there will be a "new heaven and a new earth" someday.

Not to sound like a Bible-thumping believer or anything, but color me prepared for the day that we inherit the promises of the Scripture.

The day that we are all young again, in our perfected bodies...

The day that all of our fantasies come true, and we meet our ancestors in the flesh...

The day that sin and sadness is no more...

The day that "Death... {thou shalt} die."

Maybe there WILL be an apple tree on every corner  in Brooklyn...

Maybe Charlie's Chocolate Factory will be a real place where we hang out, no charge...

Maybe we will soar in rockets over Niagara, to other planets and fly over the Grand Canyon with angels, and the lion will lay down with the lamb, and Richie Rich will invite us to his mansion the Biltmore for lunch...

Maybe the Good Witch Glenda will invite us to ride a hot air balloon to Oz, and the Pope will fly us over the Vatican in his helicopter, and then give the reins of Rome to someone his sandals he is unworthy to untie...

Perhaps all of these dreams and fantasies will come true, and perhaps it is right around the corner.

We don't know... but color me prepared, 'cause I know one thing is for dang sure. I'm ready. Dream it people. Dream it. Maybe it's closer that you might think.

"you wanted to jump into the frame and walk around in that mysterious terrain. No wonder this was what he had always wanted to do." -ruth reichl in her book delicious

:-) No winks.

What does your dream, your fantasy, your second coming life look like?

adding my link to Tuesday Talk

P.S. I've put my Beautiful Souls e-book on the back burner. I hope to complete it in March! #beautifulsoulsebook

2 comments:

Sterling Jaquith said...

I'm looking forward to perfect bodies and no sadness. When I think about Heaven like that it sounds so peaceful. My Heaven also includes meeting my sweet miscarried babies. I cannot imagine the joy I will feel when that happens!

Tacy said...

I know! I think about that, too. I haven't lost any to miscarriage, but I think about those who have. My parents kept many foster babies that we had to let go as a family, and I think I may get to meet them someday in heaven, too. :-D It will be Paradise after all!