Ask yourself: “Does the Jesus I read about in scriptures and the Jesus with whom I commune in my prayer – did that Jesus speak passionately about me or us doing these things? Is what we are doing on Jesus’ to-do list”?
“When it comes my time to hopefully rise to the pearly gates and the Golden Street stretching forth to the throne, I hope there’s a lot of music going on and not just “Holy, holy, holy” sung by a group of angels singing in plainchant.”
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