There can be nothing more important than
to prepare for which eternity you yearn,
and to this you might ask,”What do you
mean?” Do you want to be free or to burn?
Burn… what do you mean, you might ask,
and I’d say,”There is a lake of water or fire!”
We have a choice… in this life, to set every-
thing in motion, so which one is ‘Your desire?’
The lake of water is feed by the living water,
and to drink of this water is to seek out life…
but the desires of the flesh and to seek out
selfishly for our own, this works out to our strife…
the striving against those we see as being in
opposition to what we believe, this mortal record,
there is a spiritual reality beyond this one we
see here… insight to much more than we’ll afford
it, if we think we can outrun the speed of light…
“the speed of light?,” you might wonder about
but the choice must be made before the chance
it will be denied comes, thinking your in-your out.
“Why would you bring up the speed of light?” Well,
for man… there comes a time we’ll have no choice,
and the time draws nearer… the shortest measure
of light is when we see it and realize it, the voice
will not have the time to repent within the twinkling
of an eye, lens to understanding, a time so brief
as to be almost insignificant but a time span to
cause one the difference between life and grief.
52 In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.
if–Seeing that it is an admitted fact that Christ is announced by us eye-witnesses as having risen from the dead, how is it that some of you deny that which is a necessary consequence of Christ’s resurrection, namely, the general resurrection?
some–Gentile reasoners ( Acts 17:32 , 26:8 ) who would not believe it because they did not see “how” it could be ( 1 Corinthians 15:351 Corinthians 15:36 ).
your faith . . . vain–(1 Corinthians 15:11). The Greek for “vain” here is, empty, unreal: in 1 Corinthians 15:17, on the other hand, it is, without use, frustrated. The principal argument of the first preachers in support of Christianity was that God had raised Christ from the dead ( Acts 1:22, 2:32, Acts 4:10,Acts 4:33, 13:37, Romans 1:4 ). If this fact were false, the faith built on it must be false too.
With this writing, along with the abstracts selected, I’m including a hyperlink to an audio track [lasting 27 minutes in duration], and it is the Episode for Monday, August 3rd, 2015. Find the page here first [constrained by time] or here- to find it at all. These files are produced by 66/40 [Koinonia House… khouse.org] with Dr. Chuck Missler. The focus is found within the beginning of 10:15 and ends 13:30- speaking about the last trumpet, and the twinkling of an eye. This is also a part of a ‘Series’ called,”Learn the Bible in 24 Hours- A Biblical Overview.”
From the audio track came this equation: the length of time in takes light to transit the lens surface (the twinkling of an eye)… Length x mass x energy x time [approximately 10ˉ³⁵ seconds] from quantum physics. This is one of the smallest units of time conceivable.
YES, there are scientific issues and truths addressed with christianity… and YES, to believe in Plato and christianity one must rely on ancient documents but with scriptures we also get eyewitness accounts. Why then is it so hard to think about issues of christianity in the same light, or to think (wrongly) christianity is a ‘blind faith?’ The world says Christopher Columbus (1492 AD) discovered the world was round but the Bible, in Isaiah 40:22 (700 BC), it speaks of God being on His throne above the circle of the Earth. I think Christopher read more of the Bible than the leaders of the church did [flat Earthers]!