Time appears to be an endless stream of moments strung together like pearls. Life experiences that flow from one to the other. The moments turn to hours, the hours to days, the days to weeks, the weeks to months, and the months to years. Some of us go through our lives with blinders on, we see nothing but what is right in front of us and have no concern for anything else.
Some of us go through our lives with our only focus on self and what possessions we can obtain. Some of us are stumbling through our lives in darkness and confusion. Then there are those who have found the key to an abundant life. We forget how fleeting life can be,how uncertain and unpredictable. We hear sayings like “wake up and smell the flowers” but don’t realize we are sleeping.
Each of us will stand at the gate of time and our pearls of life will dissolve and float away. It is important while we are given pearls of life to use them wisely.Jesus tells us that he came that we might have life and that abundantly. He alone is the key. Open your heart and allow him to enter,fully commit to his leading and accept his gift of a timeless existence.
When we give him control we will experience unspeakable joy in time of sorrow, unexplained peace in the midst of the storms in our lives, love that changes a stony heart into a heart of flesh and the love of a father who will never leave or forsake us. When we are broken he is near,he comforts us in our trials and desires to shower his love on us.
He sent Jesus that through him the love of the father would be realized. No matter how long you have been asleep our heavenly father desires to show you great and marvelous things. He wants to give you an abundant life through his son Jesus the Christ. Wake up from your slumber give your life totally to Jesus Christ. When we have totally submitted the flower gardens of our lives will bloom radiantly.
Then when we stand at the gate of time and our petals float away in the breeze, the fragrance of our love will linger in the minds of all those who visit our garden.