Your transformation depends on the decisions you can make today in order to consolidate a future of spiritual harmony.
“I remain confident of this: I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.” Psalms 27:13-14
We can move thousands of possible questions and conjectures about the best ways to achieve a unique way to connect with our body.
You simply must understand that you are God's reflection. Nothing more, nothing less. Our Father must be present in your mind, in your soul, and in your heart. All his teachings guided us for centuries in divinity.
His words and blessings do not allow us to deviate from our finite destiny. For in our infinite destiny, of eternal life, we will always have present the principles of light, the same principles that keep us united to the Faith.
“The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it? “I the Lord search the heart and examine the mind,
to reward each person according to their conduct, according to what their deeds deserve.” Jeremiah 17:9-10
Those of us who know how to wait for the desire and harvest the will of Jesus Christ will have an assured place in his heavenly kingdom. We will arrive full and hopeful of having fulfilled his will. No one will be left out of his blessings since our Father turns out to be very kind and will not miss the opportunity to meet us again. Sooner or later, his will be done. On Earth, as in Heaven.
Nor will He want you to miss the experience of being able to surround yourself with those loved ones who illuminated our hearts in life and who, in eternal life, we wish to meet again at the gates of Heaven. Why keep us away from this desire? It is not an illusion, but salvation is offered to us. The Peace necessary to reconcile us with our heavenly father and with ourselves. Jesus came to repair with his blessing our desperate hearts, empty of hope.
We must never doubt the predictions manifested in the Holy Scriptures. To put them out of our minds, to leave them out of our vocabulary, would imply being strangers or foreigners in the house of the Lord. In his deepest surroundings, in his heart.
“May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you the same attitude of mind toward each other that Christ Jesus had.” Romans 15:5
As foreigners in the kingdom of God, we will feel like those who live in another country or another province. Not knowing the language. Without understanding the culture, nor the customs that amalgamate society. As children of Jesus, we cannot forget that he unites us in faith. He binds the hearts of all. We are equal before him since we inherit his blessings and as good believers, we are part of a whole. Of one big family, the family of God. A family that allows us to be safe in this plane of life and in eternity since that is what keeps us firm to progress and follow his goodwill.