A man dies; he’s met in a kind of divine foyer by an angel and taken to a huge room with a long table, covered with plates and bowls heaped with delicious food. There are people sitting all along both sides of the table, but they look angry, frustrated — and famished. Suddenly the man notices that none of the people have elbow joints. They’re all desperately trying to feed themselves, and they can’t reach their mouths. The angel says, “This is Hell.”
Then the man looks closer,
and sees that all the people are feeding each other across the table.
The point? Much of life is about perspective.
It has been said that life is not about the cards that you are dealt; rather it is how you play the cards that you have been dealt. God has placed you here on earth for a reason. And if you are reading this post, then you can assume that you still have one.
-May you find it.
-----May you thrive.
-May you live.
May you welcome people to heaven on earth...
I John 3: 16-17. But if anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God’s love abide in him?
Little children, let us not love in word or talk but in deed and in truth.