God’s Kingdom Is Like the End of a Zoom Call

I had an interesting experience a few weeks ago.

Back in November, I was invited to participate in a local theater project. It took place exclusively over Zoom.

I only knew one person in real life (or IRL as the kids say. And by kids, I mean 40-year-old Millenials). I was meeting everyone else for the first time through a screen.

After spending six months getting to know strangers over Zoom calls, the day came when I finally got to meet some of them in person. The experience felt like a taste of (literal) heaven on earth. I got a clearer image of who my new friends were, and it was beautiful.

I elaborate on this experience in this video!

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"For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I have been fully known." (1 Corinthians 13:12, ESV)

Questions to Ponder...

What do you think it will be like when you see the people you love in the completeness of who God made them to be?

What about people you have a hard time relating to? What will it be like to see them face to face without any junk clouding your (or their) view?

P.S. Next week I am officially moving to a different mail service! You don't have to do anything to make the move (I'll pack up for you), but I did want to take this opportunity to remind you that you can jump ship anytime.

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