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I have just got a new theory of eternity.
All I can tell you is that at the end, there's nothing left but love.
Long after you have reached the end of your natural span, part of you will dwell within me . . . as I shall be in you to the last of your days and even after.
Eternity shall be at once a great eye-opener and a great mouth-shutter." -Jim Elliot
A day is a miniature eternity.
One must divide one's time between politics and equations. But our equations are much more important to me, because politics is for the present, while our equations are for eternity.
Every moment is utterly unique and will not be continued in eternity. This fact gives life its poignancy and should concentrate your attention on what you are experiencing now.
Time is just quantified eternity.
As if you could kill time without injuring eternity.
Nobody could stand an eternity of Heaven.
We are so caught up with the affairs of this life we give little attention to eternity.
What you do with Christ here and now decides where you shall spend eternity.
Life is just a schoolroom with a glorious opportunity to prepare us for eternity.
Most people are living for today with barely a thought of eternity.
How do we prepare for that last day? Before we embark on our final trip, have we left an earthly home in a state of chaos or a condition of order?
[Multitudes] have never been born again. They will go into eternity lost—while thinking they are saved because they belong to the church, or were baptized.
Politics is for the present, but an equation is for eternity.
A Christian funeral should be a coronation ceremony, a statement to the world about eternal life.
Where will we spend eternity—with God in that place of endless joy the Bible calls heaven, or apart from Him in that place of endless despair the Bible calls hell?
Heaven is real and hell is real, and eternity is but a breath away.