If you had the opportunity to live a nomadic life, traveling from place to place, would you do it? Do you need a home base? What makes a place “home” to you? — Daily Prompt
No, the nomadic life isn’t for me. I prefer to stay anchored to one place where I can be an effective citizen and minister on earth, getting much goodwill done for mankind. That’s the nature of my life now—service to mankind, because I love the Lord God. Then, when my work is done here, I look forward to moving on to my real and final home—heaven.
People, it’s later than you think. We have to be ready to meet the Lord. This old world can’t handle much more of the evil that’s happening, nor can it handle much more of the hidden agendas and undercover evil in the hearts of [men]. The recent verdict in the Trayvon Martin case revealed the ugly hatred woven deep in the fabric of this country we call home. That’s unfortunate, though, because no one with that disease of hate in their heart will have a rewarding life or make it to heaven.
Many people disagree, and I respect their opinion. I prefer to err on the side of believing in a perfect heaven and a loving God. There’s a 50/50 chance that I’m wrong or right. If I’m wrong, I would have simply lived a useful life on earth where I made the world a better place. If I’m right, I’m on a one-way trip out of here and there’s nothing else I could do for anyone else when my ticket is called (it’ll get blazing hot down here, too). The stakes are too high, in my opinion, it’s just not worth the gamble. People, get ready.
Read this: Hebrews 11:10; Hebrews 11:14-16