Aw, tourist--I read your post in Midnight Confessions--please don't beat yourself up over it. You were more than gracious in apologizing and the other person is not one to hold grudges at all. We all have our off days, and we all understand. It's going to be ok. :)
Thank you, as usual, for the kind and encouraging words, as well as the word about Psalms... It's been a while since I've read them... I'm overdue for a refresher. I think I will wait out today in order to respect Galatea and maybe write my thread tomorrow, depending on what happens. Thank you again for always being so encouraging. :)
Tourist, thank you always for the kind, encouraging words that you and JesusLives have for people around here. I guess, in writing threads, I just feel like there are a lot of lonely people here, and starting conversations for them to participate in is a way to try to help. Thanks so much for your kind comments.
Anyhow; Everything will be created more new and perfect again in the end of time of this world, when our King and Saviour will reign for all eternity and we will live together with Him in great awe and worship. Forever and ever! So whilst this world is just temporary for us now and has it's imperfections, and sin's destruction over it, the reign of Jesus Christ will be forever! We will be in eternal bliss! :) Amen!
Thank you for your comment. :)
I have been very inspired with this topic, also when thinking of how the world was before sin entered into it. I believe the world was also much stronger build and life in it's self had a longer and different duration back during the time before the flood. We do read about people living for hundreds of years so this shows a lot to us as well, God also said He wanted to shorten the life span of mankind too. The world's creation is still beautiful now too, even though compared to how it was before the time of the flood, it is weaker now.