Sorry to have been so long since the last post, but we’ve moved several hundred miles from where we were since then. The last post gave some idea of what we were doing in preparation for the move.
This post is a little bit about the other end of that move. We have arrived and are in the process of getting everything moved in – sort of. I’m sitting here looking out a picture window at a beautiful panorama of snow-covered mountains, though there’s no snow here, thankfully. It’s 102 degrees outside, but the humidity is only 20%. I don’t remember it getting that hot in the 18 years we lived in Indiana, but neither do I remember humidity anywhere that low! I think I’ve mentioned that one of the TV weathermen back there considered 55% humidity to be “refreshing.”
I’ve lived in this state, on and off, for about 40 years. I’m home.
Scripture teaches that this world is not our final abode. It teaches that there is life, or at least existence, after death. That there are places called “heaven” or “hell.” That only through the Lord Jesus Christ may we enter the one and avoid the other. My body and my mind are still adjusting to all the changes, but one thing that will never change is the certainty that this life isn’t all that there is.
In a very real sense, I’m still “in transit”.
So are you.
“Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you will be saved,” Acts 16:31.