I once watched a YouTube video about underwater caves. Explorers entered caves, which had stalagmites and stalagmites, as well as other interesting things from long ago. This is one reason explorers love diving into them.
Several men talked about how scientists had said climate change could destroy the blue holes and the underwater caves within a lifetime. One man said he didn't know how he could go on if he didn't have his “church underwater”—as if to say he thought he'd have no reason for living without underwater caves.
I thought of this verse: Seeing then that all these things shall be dissolved, what manner of person ought ye to be in all holy conversation and godliness. I love watching videos about scuba diving, and if I wasn't legally blind and had the chance, I think I would scuba dive—although I may not explore underwater caves.
God says there will come a time when He will burn up the earth. In the book of Revelation, John said he saw no more sea. Although this can be disappointing to sea lovers, what God has in eternity for those who love Him is far better than anything our minds can comprehend or earth can offer.
Peter says we should live our lives to please God so that we'll be ready to see Jesus face-to-face, which will be the most wonderful thing we will ever experience.
Live your life as though you want to see Jesus face-to-face.
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