Eternal Paradise

We read and learn about heroes of God that have a terrific outlook for the yet to come; faithfully looking forward to the promise of the future. Let us all be inspired to stick to God’s plan so we bring Him glory now and the upcoming days ahead.

Step Ahead

Inch by inch everything
 Is a cinch because 
 Of confidence in God
 And what He does
  
 Trust in the plan
 Live out your passion
 Step ahead daily
 Expect good to happen
  
 Patiently fulfilling
 Your purpose on earth 
 Knowing that God 
 Has given new birth 
  
 Even if negatives 
 Bubble up in life
 Look forward to a place
 Where there is no strife
  
 Be optimistic
 Since Christ paid the price
 For you have a future
 In eternal paradise 

Poem by Mark Shields – © 02-18-2021

Inspired by “Eternal Paradise

Photo – The photo was taken while traveling up Mt. Haleakala on the Hawaiian island of Maui. It’s dormant now but when active, the lava-flow formed about 75 percent of the island. In fact, all the Hawaiian island were formed from volcanos. Today, these islands are a tropical paradise and the destination of millions who travel there…

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2 Responses to Eternal Paradise

  1. Amen and amen. “Let us all be inspired to stick to God’s plan so we bring Him glory now and the upcoming days ahead.”

    It is so tough some days to stay the course but that is the way of God. He has a plan. He is sticking with it.

    Blessings.

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  2. Mrs.Holliman says:

    This is a great post. God bless

    Liked by 1 person

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