Have you ever stopped to ponder how long you will continue aimlessly wandering through life? It’s a question that deserves your attention.
You go about your day, your weeks, and the months from this vocation to that, filling your time with what might distract you, or at least what is inevitably coming your way.
It’s like a train on the tracks, you hear it in the distance, and it’s approaching ever nearer. The sound is terrifying, it scares you to your bones.
Perhaps it’s time to take a step back and examine your life. What are your goals? What are your passions? What do you want to achieve?
These are the questions that you need to ask yourself. It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day routine, but it’s important to remember that life is short, and time is precious.
Think about the things that make you happy, the things that bring you joy. Is it spending time with loved ones? Traveling to new places?
Pursuing a hobby or interest? Whatever it may be, make time for it. Life is too short to waste on things that don’t matter.
So, take a moment to reflect on your life. Consider your goals, your passions, and your dreams. Don’t let the train of life pass you by without taking the time to enjoy the journey.
As you continue along the path, you can’t help but feel a sense of unease. The trees tower above you, casting long shadows that seem to stretch out like fingers, beckoning you towards the unknown.
You try to push the feeling aside, pretending that the time will never come, but deep down you know that it’s inevitable.
The gulf looms before you, a vast expanse of darkness that seems to go on forever. The edge is ever closer, and all that stands between you and its deepest, darkest depths is the next breath, the next beat of your heart.
You can feel the weight of your mortality pressing down on you, a heavy burden that you can never escape.
What you rely on is so fragile, it could be taken away at any moment, like a stone dropping through a spider’s web. You try not to think about it too much, but the thought is always there, lurking in the back of your mind.
You’ve seen others cross over Beyond the Edge of Eternity, and you can’t help but feel a sense of sadness for their loss.
You’ve felt the sting of their absence, the ache of their departure. Yet, you still do not consider their whereabouts; their Eternal Destiny…your Eternal Destiny?
It’s a question that haunts you, a mystery that you can never fully comprehend. You try to push it aside, to focus on the present moment, but it’s always there, lurking in the shadows, waiting for you to confront it.
Is there more to life than just the accumulation of wealth? Is there a deeper purpose to our existence beyond our own self-interests?
These are questions that have plagued humanity for centuries. As we journey through life, we must consider the ultimate destination of our souls.
Who will be there with us when we stand before our perfect Creator? The one who intricately designed us and has sustained all the life we have ever known.
It is a sobering thought to consider what good it would be for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their own soul. Let us reflect on the true meaning of our existence and strive to live a life that is fulfilling and purposeful.
What could anyone possibly offer in exchange for the salvation of their soul? This question has been asked for centuries, yet remains unanswered.
In today’s society, it is considered unpopular to speak about the truth if it does not align with one’s feelings. However, feelings are subjective and should not be the sole basis for one’s beliefs.
It is my personal belief that it is cruel to pretend that one is not in grave danger if they have not accepted Jesus Christ as their savior. The consequences of not doing so are horrific and should not be taken lightly.
It is important to not follow the masses who blindly walk down the wide road without considering the implications of dying in their sins.
Instead, one should take the time to reflect on their beliefs and make a conscious decision to accept Jesus Christ as their savior.
Indeed, there are countless individuals who fall into this category, but their numbers do not alter the inevitable outcome that awaits them.
It is a haunting sight to witness the synchronized pounding of a thousand feet, all marching towards their own destruction. They do so with a sense of purpose, as if they are willfully heading into the chambers of hell.
These individuals are more offended by the warnings they receive than they are fearful of the consequences that await them. They refuse to acknowledge the reality of their fate without Jesus Christ.
No matter how loud the cry for salvation, how earnest the call to repentance, or how strong the plea for them to turn away from their sinful ways, they will not suffer the truth for even a second. They are determined to live in ignorance, blindness, and self-deceit, even if it means their eternal damnation.
Blissfully pretending that their wickedness is somehow excusable for their own selfish virtue is a common practice among many individuals.
They tend to justify their actions by convincing themselves that their intentions are pure and that they are doing the right thing.
However, they fail to consider the torment that awaits all those who are not made perfect by Christ’s finished work. It is a grave mistake to ignore the consequences of one’s actions and to live in a state of denial.
Instead of acknowledging the truth, these individuals prefer to cling to the futility of this passing world. They pursue what is perishing, what is soon to slip away like grains of sand.
They do not spare a thought for their Great Creator, who laid down everything for them. The Creator paid the way that their soul might be redeemed, that they might too might be spared the dire consequences of sin, of death, of hell!
It is important to realize that our actions have consequences, and we must be mindful of the choices we make.
We must strive to live a life that is pleasing to our Creator and to seek redemption through Christ’s finished work. Only then can we hope to avoid the dire consequences of sin and death