All About Heaven…Things You Need to Know

If we find ourselves with a desire  that nothing in this world can  satisfy, the most probable  explanation is that we were  made for another world   C.S. LewisHave you ever felt homesick for a place when you can’t even remember ever being there? Have you ever felt homesick for heaven?

Prior to my near-death experience, I would feel homesick from time to time for something that I knew existed though it seemed like I was homesick for a dream. I know now that what I was homesick for was heaven.

I understand the reasons behind our heavenly amnesia – we would all be incredibly miserable if we had full recall of the heavenly home that was ours before mortality. I also understand that despite God’s loving protectiveness over our past memories, our hearts still have the ability to sense the realm that we once were a part of and that we are invited to return to.

As Pierre Teilhard de Chardin so aptly said, “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.”
I hope that your heart speaks to you of heaven and our Creator. I promise you that they are real. This life is a precious growth opportunity! I hope you will cherish each day you are given to grow and to learn! And I hope that God will be a part of each of those days!
Please enjoy today’s story!:

The Hand Of God

By Joseph J. Mazzella • April 23, 2013

I think that most of us go through our days here with our eyes half-closed because we so seldom see the Hand of God working in our lives. It happens in countless ways every single day. Let me give you an example. Two years ago several of the Hawaiian shirts that I love to wear had become worn and threadbare. I really wanted some new ones so I saved any extra money I had for several weeks to pay for them. Finally, I headed to my favorite clothing store with a large denomination bill in my wallet to buy them.

When I got to the store I saw a local charity collecting money for the poor. I reached in my wallet for a five dollar bill to help them out. I grabbed it and dropped it in the bucket. As I let go of it, however, I noticed that it wasn’t the five dollar bill but rather the large denomination one that I had saved to pay for my new shirts. I went back home disappointed at my mistake, but I quickly made peace with it. I knew I could wear my old shirts for a while longer and it felt good knowing I was helping to buy food and clothes for people in desperate need.

The next week I stopped by the local Goodwill store to make a donation when I noticed several Hawaiian shirts brightening up the clothing racks. I went through them and picked out enough to last me a long while for a fraction of the price I would have paid for new ones. It made me laugh and smile when I realized that God had given me all I needed and also helped me to help others as well. I thanked Him for guiding my hand and for guiding my heart that day.

Saint Francis of Assisi said: “While we have time, let us do good!” Do all the good you can then in the days you are given here. Give all the help you can. Share all the love you can. Spread all the joy you can. Scatter all the sunshine you can. Utter all the truth you can. And don’t be surprised if the unseen Hand of God sometimes helps you out along the way.

Story shared from the following website: http://www.sunnyskyz.com/feel-good-story/173/The-Hand-of-God

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