Waiting for Eternity.

I’m ready for Eternity.
I’m happy, that I’m alive, but I’m dreaming about Eternal Life.
Well, I’m dreaming about White Christmas too… Many of’em… πŸ™‚ …
But Eternity is my favorite dream lately.

It is all in the Bible:
“What no eye has seen, what no ear has heard, what no human mind has conceived” – the things God has prepared for those who love him.
All we have to do is love and believe.
I believe that God is awesome loving God, not angry one like in those old paintings… πŸ™‚ .

If you want to be happy in this life, you have to get rid of the fear of death.

Time flies.
Weeks, days are passing faster and faster.
Instead of fear that my time is running out, I’m thinking that every passing day is bringing me closer to Eternity.

I’m prepared to go there any time…
But in mean time I’m having great time living my Life…

I’m gonna live forever in Eternity.

Thank you for visiting.
God bless you all.
Pray for Peace.


66 thoughts on “Waiting for Eternity.

  1. You have a great attitude towards our eternal home. I can’t wait to get there. All I want to do from this moment on is work at being the best reflection of Christ that I can be and work in a way that Jesus would (What Would Jesus Do). Kudos off to you my dear.

      1. Love it! Good to know! Did I tell you my hubby has MDS, blood cancer, diagnosed last November, week after Thanksgiving and then his mom passed away on April 1st of this year? It’s been a wild ride since Thanksgiving of last year. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

      2. No, I didn’t know. Very sorry to hear this. My wordpress reader is t updating very well but I will try to keep a closer eye on you.

  2. I have so enjoyed your blog and the honesty and optimism you have shared. I’m glad you are feeling ready for your journey, and also enjoying your time here… Peace to you, always!

  3. What a wonderful daydream to get lost into. I can’t wait to leave this wicked world and be in heaven with Jesus. Thank you for the inspiring words. ❀️

  4. Hello Anna, I am worried about you! having read that you are ready for your last journey, makes me think more deeper and deeper into this world we have to leave behind one day. I lost a dear friend to Cancer last year, she is one that I will never be able to replace, not in the years to come until my last breath. It is hard to imagine about it. I hope your days left will be full of happiness, friends and families. I hope someone else knows your password to this blog to let us know of what is going on if you cannot tell us anything later one. You will be in the hands of god the father, the most high. He knows best, and he knows when he needs us. We will meet one day, perhaps in one of the most beautiful garden. I will remember you. Happy weekend Anna and let’s hope you will write again soon! Love you, your sweet friend Juli!

  5. You go, girl! πŸ™‚ β€œMy will shall shape the future. Whether I fail or succeed shall be no man’s doing but my own. I am the force; I can clear any obstacle before me or I can be lost in the maze.. My choice; my responsibility; win or lose, only I hold the key to my destiny”. Elaine Maxwell

  6. Hello Anna
    Thanks for reading my blog, Sabian Earth & Climate Change, God’s On it. I love your writing. I am heading toward BD #79. Hard to believe that…Blessings

  7. Good afternoon Anna. I am so happy that you visited me. Thinking of you loads and praying for you. Enjoy the summer season and don’t forget to write another post to let us know how you are doing! Cannot wait to read from you. Take care now and plenty of kisses from me and everybody In Europe.

  8. Often when a believer dies I have closed my eyes and wondered “What must not be like to there?” No pain, no suffering, no tears, no separations, no tragedies, no sickness and best of all no sin. And to see Him face to face. With Christ forever in a place of perfect love. Isn’t the grace of God something marvelous?

  9. Dear One, your bright spirit shines through! May the summer smile on you, bring you exceptional health and wonderful experiences…. We need you as our Queen Leader, showing that we can beat all odds and that we are here for a purpose! Shine on!

  10. Great post! I totally understand it. I just turned 65 and it has been a very busy, jam packed and eventful life of the good and the ugly. I’m grateful for it all! And it’s not that you’re not happy or don’t enjoy life, it’s just the body reminding you you’re coming in on the home stretch. After my near death experience, I’m not afraid.

  11. I so understand this post. I have a wonderful life and family, but who could not help but dream of the wonderful eternity that awaits us as believers. As a lover of the beautiful nature God created, I often find myself wondering…”if it is so beautiful here, I can only imagine how beautiful heaven must be!!” I am in no hurry to leave, but when I hear of suffering and see the unrest in the world around us, I can’t help but dream of a future world of eternal peace and love. Blessings to you and thank you for stopping by. You are in my prayers:)

  12. Thank you for visiting and liking my blog, it means a lot to me! I was saddened initially, but your blogs….they are soo inspiring!! Please keep blogging and spreading good God’s words, Wishing you well and hugs πŸ™‚

  13. Like the song says, “This world is not my home, I’m just a-passin’ through. My treasures are laid up somewhere beyond the blue. The angels beckon me from heaven’s open door, and I don’t feel at home in this world anymore.”

  14. Philippians One, beginning with the last half of verse 18: “Yes, and I will continue to rejoice, (19) for I know that this will turn out for my deliverance through your prayers and the help of the Spirit of Jesus Christ. (20) My confident hope is that I will in no way be ashamed but that with complete boldness, even now as always, Christ will be exalted in my body, whether I live or die. (21) For to me, living is Christ and dying is gain. (22) Now if I am to go on living in the body, this will mean productive work for me, yet I don’t know which I prefer: (23) I feel torn between the two, because I have a desire to depart and be with Christ, which is better by far, (24) but it is more vital for your sake that I remain in the body. (25) And since I am sure of this, I know that I will remain and continue with all of you for the sake of your progress and joy in the faith, (26) so that what you can be proud of may increase because of me in Christ Jesus, when I come back to you.

    Like you, One Anna 65, I am ready to die, knowing my soul is spoken for – redeemed – and the Lord God of Everything waits for my arrival (at His pleasure). On the other hand, since I am alive at this moment, I must understand the same Lord God of Everything has something for me to do. Probably that means both service and learning, in the Christian sense.

    As far as I know, I’m not dying of anything (other than time and entropy) but I know my ‘life’ on Earth is finite and will end at some – so far unannounced – point. My task in this is to be at my appointed place of duty and be ready to do any and all of that which I am directed to do.

    Christianity brings “hope” – expectation of ‘something’ to come – and satisfaction and content (in the long run, not always in the instant). The knowledge (and ‘feeling’, I suppose) God Himself is in charge, and moreover, He knows what He is doing! I don’t know, most of the time, but HE does!

    Thanks for reading some of my thoughts.

    Old Man Montgomery

  15. Hi Anna, thanks for reading my story. I am a cancer survivor, so there is always that chance. I’m 77 and I honestly believe that I am going to live to be 104; don’t know where there comes from; don’t recall any specific promise of God but never the less it is a strong belief. And as long as I’m here I will write what God lays on my heart. God bless you lady for your good work.

Leave a Reply to Dr. Luis Camillo Almeida Cancel reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s