Loving life so much
You’d not do anything to be there
The smoke gets in your eyes
Then you want to live on earth
So what’d you do to leave
The sea of man
Would you swim to heaven?
They say there was a tree
On which they’d feed
And you wanted to get back here
But gone with a song
That made you want to sing along
From that muppet who had blue hair
You heard of a mountain
You saw it by his very hand once
Daddy warned you this would happen
He’d give anything to be here
One day, if anything they say is true
Does that mean he’ll never remember
Those things that I do?
As they measure craziness
I measure life
To thine own self be true
Only works if you believe that he’s in you
The spirit is fine,
As long as its divine?
No it’s not by proof
It’s by faith
It’s not a question
It’s an answer
Its not asking
It’s about hope
It’s about humanity
Or spiritual hierarchy
Only it’s been proven that they are not, in fact, the faithful and discreet slave. And now I’m not quite certain — what did happen in 1914?
We know Christ didn’t come visibly. Why do I care about his coming invisibly?
Also, if the prophecy is regarding the earthly throne being vacated, then wouldn’t the fulfillment require the advent of the earthly kingdom?
The 2,520 years began in October 607 B.C.E., when Jerusalem fell to the Babylonians and the Davidic king was taken off his throne. The period ended in October 1914. At that time, “the appointed times of the nations” ended, and Jesus Christ was installed as God’s heavenly King.*—Psalm 2:1-6; Daniel 7:13, 14.
I thought Christ sat down at his father’s right hand on the throne when he arrived as the resurrected firstborn of heaven?