God's Word runs quickly across the Earth, and in and out of our hearts, lifting us up to the level of the personal Savior. Yes, God is high and lifted up, and God is with us. While we have God with us via the Holy Spirit, the Word is a remarkably tangent way to reach God. My goal on my websites is the propagation of the Gospel. I like to see God's Word run. I feel that technology is a great way to move the Gospel of Jesus Christ, an excellent vehicle. Of course technology still needs the human component in the driver's seat.
I read a tweet today on Twitter by Tommy Tenney, (Pentecostal Author of God Chasers) "What if the apostle Paul only embraced theologically the technology that was existent at the time of Moses or Abraham? Don't be a Luddite!" That is true. Paul, Moses, and Abraham were from different generations, and neither were capable of what you or I have at our disposal today. The Luddites were rednecks of the Bible, bowmen from the islands, sons of Shem and Noah. Their descendents had not received the message of God's Word in Isaiah 66:19. But, God had plans for them. Jeremiah 29:11
There is a change in the presentation of the Scriptures here now, since I have added the code across all three sites for Reftagger. This will allow me to just cite the reference for Bible verses, as in tonight's blog, while preserving and sharing the Word. If you hover your mouse cursor over any Scripture reference, the actual verse appears in a small popup window, as long as you are hovering. I chose the New King James version for this feature, and plan to actually type out any version I choose to use that has a noteworthy difference, such as the King James 1611 version. After all, it is not my purpose to just fill the screen with Bible verses, but to present and provide access to the Gospel to help us on our journey to Heaven.
Jesus spent a lot of time talking about heaven, more than any other subject to my knowledge. He mentioned the Kingdom of God some 54 times in the Gospels, in reference to Jesus' words. And, He mentioned the Kingdom of Heaven 30 times in Matthew. That totals 84, even though many of the instances are overlapping, being recorded in more than one of the four gospels. But, so are the other topics Jesus spoke about. And, I haven't found any topic that comes close since I started searching at the beginning of this milenium. I could be wrong. :) And, this doesn't take into account other names for Heaven, like when Jesus told the thief in Luke 23:43 he would be with him in Paradise. More than anything, I just want to go there...and take a lot of people with me. Get on board!