Eddie F. Browning

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Pok_along_in_the_Land_of_No_Return_-_WheatmarkWhen looking at the cover of the latest book I ask myself, is earth the land of No Return. In scripture it speaks of a return to earth, but does it mean the same earth that we know today, or an earth now being created for future use. We know the length of time our earth consumed during creation. Perhaps the years necessary for creation of a new earth is taking as long and the reason we haven’t seen the return of Christ. How does one search for the truth of knowledge that opens the door of eternity. Questions so outnumber answers.

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It is said that everything has a beginning and an end. Our life, our destiny, our world, perhaps our universe as it is known today, fits into this picture. The one question I have: Does eternity have a beginning and will it have an end?

Could our life be a portion of eternity, but in reality a time slot visual within the scope of another dimension that contains eternity? If so it certainly would account for the appearance and departure of personalities within scripture. I don’t believe beings of this life, before or after death could travel ions of light years within the time period described in the Bible, but perhaps could pass through a doorway of spiritual understanding to another dimension within in a blink of an eye.

Our understanding of our present universe, added to the knowledge of the speed of other universes that are expanding and growing in number, remains a problem where millions of dollars are expensed each year. We recognize universes being born and worlds disappearing from existence. We know that the time frame for earth is a distant period in time equivalent to past history, but never to be know by us, other then… Continue reading