By Will Myers
God is love and has provided the means for each soul to be saved and live in eternity with Him, our Heavenly Father, and Creator; although, most have chosen to follow the ways of the world that is temporary in all of their means and ways. We live in a fallen world due to our sin. Those that say speak for yourself are the biggest sinners in the world. But, God has given His Son, Jesus Christ, to be our redeemer. We receive eternal life through Jesus and a taste of eternal life here and now until resurrection day for all deserving souls.
Many expert scientists agree that all things are temporary even unto the universe. The lake of fire spoken of by Jesus shall come into view eventually as the scientific truths confirm the biblical truths. This would be the end of the universe. By this time, all of the biblical truths shall have come to the past when God has resurrected His few chosen ones.
The secular humanist fostered hyper-communism whereas each citizen’s mind is mapped on computers. They have hijacked the scientific method as their truth. In actuality, it is God’s truth.
As man develops technology for the advancement of life which is to have eternal life without depression, deceit, or death, man’s mortality shall be a challenge until the universe comes to an end. There shall be other factors determining the end of man such as locally the sun burning out and exploding.
The biblical prophecy that a sign of the end for mankind is the rapid increase of knowledge and the planting of chips on humans plus others. In all of man’s means and ways, he is facing an end; a disposition of temporariness. Without God’s means and ways for salvation, man is doomed somewhere within the restraints of a 13 billion years lifetime for the universe when it catches fire and the stars shall fall as the universe contracts as spoken of by Jesus. This is when all scientists, secular humanists, and technology have already ended. The universe shall become a memory in the mind of God.
Ecclesiastes 3:15; “That which hath been is now; and that which is to be hath already been; and God requireth that which is past.”