When Yesterday Means Forever

Imagine yourself as a book, and your experience of yesterday is a page turned. What you did is not forgotten, and what you said will be remembered. Everything about your relationship to yesterday was written down for eternity to read. But what will be read about you? What will that page number reference when your book is opened after it’s been closed?

DISCLAIMER:
Nathan Psychology: The study of oneself for righteous behavior, and my written perspective on the experiential process of edification to sanctification; what does it mean to be made new through faith by believing that Jesus Christ is the way to my salvation? I’m discovering answers through spiritual discipline—

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