Sunday, June 28
We haven’t really answered the question of communicating on an eternal continuum. The questions and their answers are finite and have an end. Eternity does not. So then what? Boredom? I think not. The answer is in what Dan said previously. We will be exploring our universe and making new discoveries, all of them germane to the work of the Creator, and the glory that is due Him. Remember that the universe is still expanding, and will continue to do so throughout eternity. There will never be an end of discovering more about our incredible God. Dan cites Martin Luther: “I would not give one moment of heaven for all the joys and riches of the world, even if it lasted for thousands and thousands of years.” Luther got it right. Yes, we’re living in a foreign land. I think it’s more like we’re living in the slums and we have a celestial city waiting for us. Dan concludes with: “But while the atmosphere of heaven will be wondrous, it is not the main attraction. The real question is this: What will it be like to finally be in His presence—forever.” Bored in heaven? Not with Christ being the central attraction!