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"We Look for New Heavens and A New Earth"





"But, according to his promise, we look for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness."

2 Peter 3:13
American Standard Version

Reinvention is when we look for new heavens and a new earth – within our personalities. 
Our world is constantly changing, constantly evolving and so are we. 
We reinvent, renew ourselves even without knowing it. The cells in our body are completely different from the ones we had 10 years ago. 

Your body, your life changes day by day, minute by minute, without any conscious effort on your part. So imagine what changes we can create with conscious effort. Imagine the power of our mind, how it can change our life, looking for something new, creating something new. 

God has given us the power to create our own thoughts. 
With our thoughts we create new things, new experiences, new endeavours. 

How can we make change part of our life? How can we make the search for a new earth, a new life become natural in our life? 
Try and do something new every single day. Something you have never ever done before. Try and make it a habit. Sooner or later, without noticing it, you'll create a completely new life for yourself. Just as it is with most things in life, it starts with one simple thing that you do differently than you did before.

 

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"We Have a Building from God, a House Not Made with Hands, Eternal"

"For we know that if the earthly house of our tabernacle be dissolved, we have a building from God, a house not made with hands, eternal, in the heavens."

2 Corinthians 5: 1
American Standard Version

What is your building from God? What do you consider eternal?

A building from God can be anything we believe in. Something that is stronger and more everlasting than anything else. It can be something to live for and to die for.

A building from God cannot be seen but it can be felt. 
Eternal just like life. Although according to esteemed scientists the Sun will blow up and with it our Earth too, in approximately 4 billion years' time. But the life, this life we have on Earth, surely it has a meaning and it won't just dissolve into nothing. Or will it?



Even when something is destroyed and it fills you with sorrow, there is always the building from God you can turn to.


There must be some things that are eternal. That give us hope and strength and a reason to live.




“And All Things, Whatsoever Ye Shall Ask in Prayer, Believing, Ye Shall Receive”

“And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.
Matthew 21:22
American Standard Version

Prayer is a way of organizing our thoughts. 
Prayer is a way of expressing gratitude. 
Prayer is a way of uniting with ourselves. 

Prayer is honest when we mean what we say, what we really want deep in our heart. 
Prayer power is power when true belief accompanies your thoughts. 

And it doesn't hurt either if you know what you are asking for. It doesn't hurt to be precise with your words. What you wish for, comes true in one way or another. Make reality as close to the picture you imagined as you can.

There might be detours along the way. With perseverance you'll find the way. 
Prayer, belief, actions and a pinch of go-getter crazy attitude will get you to places you want to go.

"Ye Are a Temple of God"

"Know ye not that ye are a temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you?"

1 Corinthians 3:16
American Standard Version 

Every human being is special.
You, as an individual person, possess a unique spark, a spark that only you have.
God dwells in each and every one of us. Nobody is better or less than the others at birth.
And then we tend to let society dim our light. 
Why? 
Because it is more comfortable this way. To stand out to search for who we really are takes courage. 

Our body is the temple of God. 
It basically means that when we pamper ourselves, let's say with Nutella, then we pamper God. So given this logic, Nutella is God. 

Jokes apart, our body and our spirit, they make up a whole, the wholeness of our spirit.