What question is better? The world will never end, or there will be a new heaven and earth?
I've heard that the earth will expire in some million years. From Bible verse there is going to be a new heaven and earth and all former things are to pass away. I also believed that the way the earth regenerates itself, that life will go on indefinitely. Which do you think is truer?
Evolution will play its part and so things will change. Since God is both immortal and eternal, then yes, Something will always be here. Every generation will see a newer and a more advanced species.
Having answered that part of the question, the Saints tell us that it is better to do our part here in the Eternal Now and allow the future to take care of its self. This is my practice, and I am sharing with you, in this Sacrament of The Present Moment. Much Love.
Thank you Manatita44. I appreciate your response and it is nice to know in that sense.
Thank you, Patty. Since you are seeking, then this is a wonderful question. Pray, Love, Serve ... service expands the Heart, and will make you much more receptive to the Higher Forces coming from the Divine.
mant-- another unscriptural answer. scripture CLEARLY says that heaven and earth will pass away and ALL things will become new, a new heaven and earth and all things, what is not covered here ? where did your answer come from? certainly not bible
Ecclesiastes 1:4 One generation passes away, and another generation cometh: but the earth abides forever.
A new heaven and a new earth will surely be realized, but not by man.
The Holy Bible reveals the means by which this will be accomplished.
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