“The trees of the field and the lilies of the valley are dressed in the adornment of heaven that is presently masked from the eyes of
The trees of the field and the lilies of the valley display their verdancy to the eyes of man.
The trees of the field and the lilies of the valley presently have their many varied hues withheld from the eyes of man.
For man is in his infancy,
in his womb of development,
in his child-hood of understanding –
of discernment –
of all that now surrounds him.
When the eyes of man are opened to the full extent of heaven then the eyes of man will no longer be subject to the blindness of the
The eyes of man will open wide in wonder and in awe as he sees the handiwork of God everywhere abounding –
the glory of the Kingdom –
then to be revealed.
The Glory of the Kingdom exhibits the power of God,
the authority of God,
the majesty of God.
The Glory of the Kingdom contains sights and sounds beyond the present spectrums available to man.
The Glory of the Kingdom holds fragrances and textures yet not present in the vocabularies of man.
The Glory of the Kingdom is of relationships of families established by the marriage covenant.
The genealogies of the Kingdom,
the linking of the families,
the love that will not perish,
is the remembrance –
the development –
the stories of the saints in their journey home.
The Glory of the Kingdom is the completeness of man in the loving presence of his God.”