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Life in Eternal Paradise: The Journey into Eternity [Part 3] – Avidan


Life in Eternal Paradise

The Journey into Eternity Part 3

January 4, 2021 10:49 AM

See Part 1 & Part 2 here

In Eternal Paradise everything is simple; it seems that simplicity is part of the final achievement of life. Simplicity is the ultimate. Its objective is purity and humility. It seems to be the vocabulary here. The beauty of the style, the harmony, and the interrelations here depend on the good rhythms of simplicity. All the encumbrances have been eliminated; life is reduced to its simplest terms.

The people who live here, in their character, mannerisms, style, mode of dressing, and attitudes, in the way they present themselves in all things, the glorious excellence here is simplicity. When pure sincerity flows from within, the outward is peace and happiness.

Up here in the Paradise of Eternity, a place where there is real estate, a whole lot of it, the Angels are the real estate developers. Before all those who have accepted King Yeshua/Jesus and have repented of all their sins and are also walking in holiness can ascend to the heavens, after the totality of their lives on earth, a piece of real estate (land) is allocated to them.

The size of their house depends on what they have done for the Kingdom while here on earth, if they have used the privilege of encouraging others to repent and to be reconciled with the Living God. The harder they have worked for the Kingdom, the bigger their eternal house. In some cases, some people who have been purified and accepted King Yeshua as their Lord and Savior on earth but have failed to work for the Kingdom find that when they get to the Paradise of Eternity, their houses are the size of chicken coops.

This is likened to the parable of the talents in Matthew 25:14-30, which tells of a master who was leaving his house to travel and before leaving, entrusted his property to his servants according to the abilities of each man. One servant received five talents, the second received two, and the third only one. The Living God has given us resources and opportunities, and it is our responsibility to use them wisely while on earth as His children. If we use the talents wisely, there are rewards in the Paradise of Eternity.

Readers, please read the parable of the talents in Matthew 25:14-30.

To Be Continued


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