Why Would We Want To Live Forever? – Ephesians 2:1-4

Why Would We Want To Live Forever?

Why would we want to live forever? If life on this world is all there is, I might not want to live it forever. But if God created us for a relationship with him, that exceeds our wildest dreams for joy and fulfillment, then I could certainly want that life. I want to be appreciated. I want to be valued. And I want to do things others appreciate and value. Maybe I was created for a relationship with my creator that blows my mind. But I have to trust him to enter into that life. Could that be true? In Ephesians 2:1-4, we’re given an idea of what our dead life is like and how we long for a real life. I experience the real-life when I obey Jesus and enter his kingdom. Check out this explanation from Mike about why he wants to live forever and see if his answer helps you find your answer. And don’t forget we have 1 more week before the next Marketplace Mission Trip begins. Go to MarketplaceMissionTrip.com to learn more and sign up. There’s no cost to you and you will have an opportunity to practice walking with Jesus in your regular job!

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