Hopefully, you read Life with Lynnie (LwL), yesterday. If you didn't, I suggest you read it, now.
Why? Because yesterday, I discussed how I had awoken with a song playing in my mind and heart, on the day of my deceased husband's birthday.
As I mentioned, my friend who is also a widow, suggested it was probably done to me by my deceased husband, so that he could tell me he loves me, since it was a special day for him... and possibly for me.
For the rest of that day, I wondered... and prayed.
The next morning, I awoke with the same song, "By The Light Of The Silvery Moon", playing in my mind and heart, all over again. Over, and over and over, again.
Afterwards, I prayed again. I had a feeling in my heart that it wasn't from my deceased husband. I felt it was truly from God, just like He had done for me, many times.
Following my prayer, I felt God replied to me. I felt praised.
Just as I wondered the day before, I thought about what would happen on the day when our Lord, Jesus would come again.
I realize that no one knows when that will happen. Just like the Bible tells us.
However, God did tell us in the Bible what would happen. We can read about it in various places, but I decided to share with you a Bible verse that I thought applied.
It is Revelation 21:23, "And the city had no need of the sun, neither of the moon, to shine in it: for the glory of God did lighten it, and the Lamb is the light thereof.".
Amen! If you read the Bible you will understand that things will happen when Jesus opens the sky. Even though the light of the sun and the moon went away, the glory of God lightened it, and the Lamb is the light thereof.
The Lamb... is... Jesus!
Once Jesus lights up the sky, things will happen. And, those who belong to Him, will arise to be in Heaven with Him. This is what we Christians call... the rapture.
I belong to Him. Do you?
If you don't, then please... trust in/believe upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, and you will gain salvation, everlasting life, and will be raptured.
Do it today.
Tomorrow, may be too late.
Until next time...
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