Have you ever taken a journey in search of Camelot? When the King Arthur and Kennedy mystique is taken away, what I call the Camelot Syndrome boils down to a search for yesterday. Camelot, the elegant Castle of King Arthur's Court.
I first heard of Camelot when the following was driven deeply into my mind and heart along with millions of other Utopian dreamers. "Don't let it be forgot that there once was a spot for one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot!"
Dreaming of a perfect past creates melancholy, a mild depression. Attempts to create a present Camelot will result in huge disappointments. In spite of what many theologians try to wrest from scripture a future religious Camelot is not in the cards for humans to develop on earth. Yet one of the great passionate hopes of the human heart is Camelot
We who believe the Bible hold to a motivating ideal much stronger than the pull of Camelot. Biblical Camelot takes hold of people who understand the power of the promise called heaven and we sing moving toward. It is recorded that a Camelot like dream given to Abraham by God encouraged him along the journey; Hebrews 11:10 "For he looked for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God."
The dream of God's people rests on Godís Word concerning our future with Him. It is steadfast and sure.