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All we do, Matters Forever.

posted May 13, 2011, 9:32 PM by Michael Fritz   [ updated May 13, 2011, 10:05 PM ]
I watched an episode of  "Law and Order" in which Julia Roberts Katrina Ludlow a professional party planner who eventually admits to having had sex with Sanderson right before his death. At the end of the episode, she confronts Detective Rey Curtis ( Benjamin Bratt) on the courthouse steps and lectures him that one hundred years from now, no one will care "who slept with who." Her delivery, body language and tone of voice can be taken to inform the viewer that they did not in fact sleep together, and that she is angry for having been spurned (from Wikipedea Article). She said also that she  would be remembered for her part in the Stadium something which would stand long after the "empire" would fall.

I thought about that and it seems that many people in htis world believe that what one does from day to day is temporary and won't matter in the long run. That is due to the majority of societies' rejection of God. If there is no God, then morality is meaningless. However, there is a God; Jesus is the Lord, and everyone will be judged according to his/her deeds. Every deed will be recalled, and every deed left undone will be recalled. Everything matters. This world and everything in it will pass away. The Word of God will remain forever.  The choices we make now will always matter. Perhaps, we would all do better to seek God's righteousness whole-heartedly. Live well my friends.