A Moment of Silence

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As you know, there is normally a lot of noise in heaven, and a banquet feast is given. The angels always smile at the surprise of new arrivals, when they see who is there with them. There are so many different kinds of people! And there were some that surprisingly were not there. Some religious people never made it to the table.

The poor were there, the neglected and abused, as well as the broken hearted. Many thought they didn’t even have a chance of being there, and yet here they were. On this night though, as they all sat down at the table, an apostle asked if they could have a moment of silence.

He said there was one group not there, that could have been. They had chosen the wrong path. As each person bowed their head, they knew who it was. The one group that would never see heaven’s doors, besides those that had raped and murdered, were the racists. Those that had hated, and caused so much destruction, and had reaped what they sowed.

So briefly at the table, there was a moment of silence.

       

Writing and Image © Copyright 2015, ancient skies

Peace and blessings to everyone.

“When we love people, we give them hope.”

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13 thoughts on “A Moment of Silence

    1. Thank you Sarah. My beliefs are different from what they were. Perhaps we learn and grow as we go through trials (even though I hate the difficult times). I love your comments and your encouragement. Peace to you!

  1. What a powerful post, Nico. The message is for all, regardless of belief. Some things though should not change and that is good will to all. Thank you for this beautiful message. ❤

  2. Nico excellent post. i’ve faith that those who are yet wrestling with their conflicts, will see and hear! I love what you said to breakingsarah “maybe you are where you are supposed to be.” Thats really helpful way to see others’ current ‘locations’…. thanks for that!!

    1. Thank you Debi for your awesome comments! I’m very blessed. At one point I was a very judgmental and condemning person. Fortunately, due to mercy, I have changed. We need to love people for who they are, not judge them. Peace to you!

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