“The journeying of man is divided into three.
The journeying of man is measured by man within his shell of time – to allocate his experience to his past,
to his present,
to his future.
The journeying of man as measured by God is on a continuum,
is described for man as a circle of completion:
of initiation and presence of his spirit with his God;
of transfer by birth into the realm of his mortality with his freedom of freewill,
with the approachability of his God in waiting,
with the handbook of knowledge,
detailing man’s freewill preparation for his return back to the fold of God,
with the sign posts of life events there to lead him home,
with his second birth through the living water which affirms his fellowship with God,
with the gifts of the living loving God who accepts the worshipping of man;
of his third birth from the grave into eternal life –
with honouring of the freewill choices of the spirit soul and body in the presence of God or –
with an eternal soul where the freewill choices are respected,
yet are called to account despite the record of the warnings –
for the ignoring of the protocols of behaviour established for man by The God of justice and of truth.
The journeying of man is so planned to bid him a ‘welcome home’,
to bid him a welcome to the promises of God,
to bid him a welcome to the place prepared for his life of light,
to bid him a welcome to his companionship with God,
to bid him a welcome to his dwelling place within the edifice of God.
The journeying of man within the plans of God brings to pass the ultimate fulfilment of man,
brings to pass the bestowing of his inheritance,
brings to pass his future outside of time –
where all the wonders of God are preserved for man both to visit and to view:
with interaction as the key to the discovery of life.
The journeying of man is no longer to be constrained as within a bottle sealed to float in time,
as pushing at the inside of a bubble unable to break free,
as testing the fields of gravity where bounding becomes an environmental variable:
as no longer restrained by distances as known to man,
as no longer restricted by the learning of man,
as no longer limited by the senses of man.
The journeying of man should be filled with anticipation,
should be filled with preparation,
should be filled by acclimatization,
should be filled with the wonders of God awaiting their discovery by man.
The journeying of man welcomes man to the threshold of the stars with all they hold between them,
with all they hold-in-waiting,
with all they hold beyond the imaginings of man,
with all they hold for the displaying to man.
The journeying of man would have won the hearts and minds of man if they had but persevered,
if they had but been open to the word of God,
if they had but sought understanding of the full significance of the cross,
if they had but chosen to comprehend what a sacrifice was all about,
if they had but been willing to accept the free offering of grace to erase the pull of Satan.
The journeying of man is not limited by time,
is not forever limited by his body of the flesh,
is not limited by the strivings of man within his mortality.
The journeying of man can retain all his abilities in their mortal heyday:
compounded manyfold by his spiritual presence within a new reality –
as filled with capabilities,
with items which fill all the senses of man,
with the guiding hand of God.”