Thinking about life, it’s short, really short. We die, leaving behind a lot of things unaccomplished. Naturally, the question is this. Was it designed that way by our creator God?
The Bible’s answer may surprise you. God wanted humans to live an everlasting life under his care and guidance. God didn’t want us to live a difficult life and die but to live life everlasting. But the first human couple decided to free himself from God’s control and put the whole of mankind into darkness and sorrow. But that was not the end of it.
Jesus came to earth as a messiah sent by God who will regain our everlasting life for us. For that, he had to sacrifice his perfect life. The Bible says it’s a ransom sacrifice to redeem us from sin and death. The future is bright for those who listen to God. He will fulfill his promise by giving us everlasting life on this earth.
Nature is ruined by all corners of human exploitation. Scientists warn of the severe consequences of global warming, and it has already started.
But don’t be disappointed. There is a good news, The good news about the kingdom of God. It will put an end to our sufferings. Yes, this is the kingdom that Jesus taught through his prayer. “Let your kingdom come!”
Yes, the time is very near for God in the heavens to intervene and make the whole earth a paradise, a promise he’ll fulfill.
Revelation, the last book in the bible, shows god’s love to humankind this way.
” …And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes” Revelation 21:3,4
When we go through hard times, we feel life is a mystery. Why are all these things happening to me?
Sometimes we feel there is no value to our existence when hardship strikes us.
But, just hold on to it. There is a greater meaning to life, according to Bible. God wants all of us to live a happy life on the earth.
There is a lot of learning in the Bible. God’s word put the meaning of life in its basic simple terms. From the beginning of human culture and where our relationship with God spoiled, and finally when we’ll be in terms with the God Almighty.