Eternity

I have been thinking about eternity lately, about life, and the inevitable path between the two.

I often gaze towards the heavens and marvel that I will never be able to touch its’ ceiling of blue. 

Even the pillow-like clouds that float between heaven and earth could never support my head, they are vaporous, illusive, airy, thin. They appear so definitive and yet planes fly through them.

Both sky and cloud look so tangible, and yet I will never hold them within my hands.

I wonder if God planned and created sky and cloud to be untouchable by life on earth?

Untouchable and beyond manipulation.

Is it His means of proving that man has limits?

Are we walking daily under a created reality we’ve become blind to?

Beyond the boundary of blue awaits a Kingdom discovered by dying; The intangible soul within the tangible man enters the closet of Narnia.

Eternity is forever, having no end.

Just like the unreachable backdrop of the heavens of blue.

And God put eternity into man’s heart (Ecc. 3:11).

El Olam, He is the Eternal God; He has no beginning, nor does He have an end.

The marathon of mankind’s search for answers and satisfaction is because his soul is searching for God.

The holy scriptures speak:

“For God so LOVED the world that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have ETERNAL LIFE” (John 3:16).