My travel companions are my husband, my daughter and son. (If only I could bring my dog too!) and all our brothers and sisters in Christ. We will be traveling light accompanied by the holy presence of Jesus Christ.
Requirements a tank full of the Holy Spirit.
Link Click www.JesusChrist.com and click on invitation of Jesus
Christ to your heart and
acknowledgement that Jesus
Christ died for your sins and
accept him as your Lord and
Savior.Then Click on repentance
for all your sins to be washed
Benefits The gift of salvation and your name will be written in the Book of Life. Never-ending joy, love and peace with our Father in heaven.
Travel time A whole lifetime in Earth in
in preparation for heaven.
Your New Life begins now and
the clock is ticking. It will stop
once you are reunited with our
Creator in heaven.
Directions There are two roads listed in the map. One road has many short-
cuts and is faster but it only
sets foot in the land of
temporary bliss. The other road
is a long, bumpy and winding
road with lots of twists and
turns. There will be lots of
sweat, tears and blood but the
destination point is an eternal
Mileage Free will
All aboard! Hope to see you there.
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An imaginative, innovative piece, Geraldine. I like your "sinner's prayer" at the beginning.