Next station: Hope

There will never fail to be a day when one of your children, or one of your students, or simply you will ask yourself: "What will happen when I get to heaven?" What is the first thing we imagine? How to bring heaven to Earth? Will I be able to enter the final reign? Will that be my final destiny? 


We can traverse thousands of possible questions and conjectures, but we would not be able to undo our queries. You must simply be God's reflection. No more no less. Our Father must be present in your mind, in your soul, and your heart. All His teachings have guided us for centuries in the divinity. His words and blessings do not let us stray from our finite destiny. Since our destiny is infinite, of eternal life, we will always have the principles of light present, the same ones that keep us united to the Faith. “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


Those of us that know to hold our desire and reap the will of Jesus Christ, will have a place saved in His heavenly Kingdom. We will arrive full and hopeful of having fulfilled His will. No one will be separated from His blessings, since our Father turns out to be very kind and will not lose the opportunity to re-acquaint Himself with us. Sooner or later, His will is done. On Earth as in heaven. Neither will He want you to miss the experience of being able to surround yourself with the loved ones that illuminated our hearts in life and in eternal life, we wish to meet up again at the gates of Heaven. Why should we stay away from that desire? It won't be an illusion, rather we are offered salvation. Peace is necessary to reconcile us with our Heavenly Father and with ourselves. With his blessings Jesus came to repair our hearts, desperate and empty of hope. “your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” Matthew 6:10 

We must never doubt the predictions that were manifested in the holy scripture. Separating them from our minds, leaving foreign from our vocabulary, implies behind foreigners or strangers in the house of the Lord. In His deepest domain, in His heart. “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


As strangers in the kingdom of God, we will feel as someone who lives in another country or another province. Not knowing the language. Not understanding the culture, nor the customs that bond the society. As children of Jesus, we cannot forget that He unites us in the Faith. He links the hearts of all. We are equal before Him, since we have inherited His blessings and as new believers, are part of a whole. Of a great family, the family of God. A family that allows us to be secure on this plane of life and in eternity, since that is what keeps us strong to progress and follow His good will. “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




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