Destiny: Do you ever wonder if you will reach your Destiny?

Our greatest enemy is Death. Hebrews 2: 14-15 tells us the Devil who through the fear of death holds the unbelieving in bondage all their lives. Who are the unbelieving? Could they be believers who do not believe His Word? or simply non-believers in general? or Both? The Devil tries everything he has at his disposal including the mother of all fears: the fear of death to try to stop God’s children from reaching their destiny. How is it working for you? Do you have any fears? Are you being inhibited from reaching your destiny by worry, anxiety or fear? What is your destiny anyway? Who are you? How do you achieve your destiny? Whatever specific course your journey will take you in your life there is one fundamental characteristic that the children of God all share. You will find it in the “Our Father” prayer Yeshua gave His disciples: “Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven”. So, you see we are to bring our Kingdom onto the earth…..that mandate is embedded in each one of our callings and destiny!

Written by Papa Tom

The name Papa Tom is a Nom De Plume, that is a pen name. However, it is the name my grandchildren call me: Papa Tom. You see I am a newly minted Grandfather! Yes, I am a father of 6 children and 15 grandchildren (11 on earth so far; 4 in heaven already). I started my transition later in life; in my late sixties writing children’s books, wanting to share thoughts and ideas that would help my grandchildren understand life from a different perspective; the perspective of heaven. I also podcast with a theme of bringing the hearts of the fathers to their children and the hearts of the children to their fathers and in so doing helping you connect with the Heart of God the Father.

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