The books contain detailed historical records of all of our lives on this earth. Each of us is part of these records. Obscure events, words heard by only a handful of people will be known. Your acts of faithfulness and kindness that no one else knows are well-known by God.
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He is documenting them in his books. He will reward you for them in Heaven. How many times have we done small acts of kindness on Earth without realizing the effects? And how many times have we seen no response, but God was still pleased by our efforts? God is watching. He is keeping track. The libraries of the New Earth, I imagine, will be fantastic. I once helped a young friend search for her biological mother, going through old court records, looking for just the right clue.
We finally found it.
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I had the privilege of introducing them to each other. It was a taste of Heaven—where not all reunions will happen all at once, I imagine, but as eternity unfolds. No exaggeration or overstatement, no spinning to make certain people look better and others worse. Will God lose interest in Earth? Will we? But a new history will be built and recorded, a new civilization, wondrous beyond imagination. And we who know the King will all be part of it. Books are part of culture.
I expect many new books, great books, will be written on the New Earth. But I also believe that some books will endure from the old Earth. Any book that contains falsehood and dishonors God will have no place in Heaven. But what about great books, nonfiction and fiction? Will we find A. It will completely dismantle others. On the New Earth, will you see once more the letter of encouragement you wrote to your teenage son?
Or the letter you wrote sharing Christ with your father? Many such things written in this life may prove more important than books. Some old books may be republished in the New Jerusalem.
Or if God desires, he could preserve the original or printed copies from this earth. Responsible, yes.
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You, Lori my love, are as exciting as Class VI rapids. As exhilarating as backcountry skiing.
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His lips trailed lower and weakened Lori's resistance. She tried once more. For twenty points, name this part. Full credit goes to Hammer of Thor. Now, quit arguing and let's get to the pop part of this quiz. Lori was late to class. Very late. And sure enough, she walked in on a quiz. Her stomach sank and she swallowed a groan as she took her seat, hoping that today's lecture had been about something she'd already studied. She scored a seventeen and left the classroom fighting back tears. She wanted to blame Chase, but she knew that wouldn't be fair. He hadn't tied her to the bed. The hot, muggy south-central Texas weather didn't improve her mood as she trudged across the campus toward the student center where she had arranged to meet Chase.
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She was so angry at herself. Chase Timberlake could tempt an angel to sin when his eyes took on that adventurous gleam and he flashed that wicked grin. And she was certainly no angel. But she was a serious student. Hadn't she learned the importance of education firsthand while watching her single mother struggle? Wasn't she determined not to repeat her mom's mistake of letting hormones and a hot guy change the course she'd plotted for her life?
So why the heck had she thrown all her good intentions out the window this afternoon at the first touch of his oh-so-talented lips? I still have years of college and professional school ahead of me. I can't skip classes. I can't neglect my study time. I have goals.
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I must always be on top of my game. Otherwise, I won't get into vet school and if I don't get into vet school She hurriedly wiped them away when she heard her roommate call her name. Chase was coming out of the shower wearing nothing but your fluffy pink towel. I told him pink was a good color for him.
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Makes a lovely contrast to his brown eyes. Though I admit I had a hard time tearing my stare away from his shoulders. Holy cow, Lori. He's built like a god.
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Molly waved off the concern. I'm shallow that way. Besides, I haven't been feeling it for Andrew lately. Your old boyfriend. What's his name? Recognizing the note of interest in her friend's voice, Lori deduced that she'd seen the last of ol' Andrew. The roommates parted ways as Molly headed for a bus stop and Lori continued on to the student center. Entering the building, she made her way to the flag room where she and Chase had arranged to meet.
She glanced around, didn't see him, and decided to check the coffee shop.
No Chase. The return route to the flag room took her past the art gallery where, to her surprise, she spied him speaking animatedly with a man and woman. She glanced at the exhibit poster propped on a display easel beside the door and read: "Adventures in Photography by George Overstreet, Class of Artist reception five P.
The university regularly hosted special exhibits on football weekends, so she wasn't surprised to see a special event in the gallery. Nor was she surprised that the word "adventure" had pulled Chase in. It was the one thing Lori feared she couldn't compete with where her lover was concerned.
Chase's back was to her when she stepped into the room, so he didn't notice her arrival. Lori studied the couple who were the focus of her boyfriend's attention. The man was in his fifties, she guessed, with snowy, disheveled hair and a beard that needed trimming. He wore a sport coat with elbow patches, a checked bow tie, and dress boots that shone.
A character, Lori decided.
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