Friendship Knows Not Distance


Have you ever thought perhaps God gave us pets to be role models for us? Works for me.🤗

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Revelation 5:8

“When He had taken the book, the four living creatures and the twenty-four elders fell down before the Lamb, each one holding a harp and golden bowls full of incense, which are the prayers of the saints.”

Have you ever considered perhaps the “living creatures” mentioned could possibly be our departed pets now worshipful before the throne of God? As for me, that thought sounds just like the God I know and love! ~g.w

14 thoughts on “Friendship Knows Not Distance”

  1. Well, My grand kids have been pleading with God to make sure my daughters little “mini” is in heaven (as of last month). They seem to think Grandpa has insider information for some reason.

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    1. Abraham, a friend of God, asked of God one time, “Shall not the God of all the earth do what is right?” He only asked God once, because of course He shall. That sealed the issue for me. 😉

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  2. I think it sounds like Him too. They are too wonderful of creatures and reflect His love and acceptance so much – not to mention their beautiful loyalty and commitment – they will not be excluded! The video made me smile – thanks for lightening my day!

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    1. Amen! We can learn from our pets, both tame and wild. Just as we can learn to follow the movement of the Savior’s eyes for direction…then He no longer needs to use the bit and the bridle.

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  3. This is so beautiful! Growing up, I was always told that animals didn’t go to heaven by a few people. But I believe they do because there’s a verse that talks about the lion resting with the lamb.

    Thank you for this!

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    1. Thank you Cherie! You made a very apt reference with that verse.
      Some of my peers think me overly fanciful to consider the theology of pets and animals in heaven. But in the deep thoughts of those good brother’s theosophical minds, they simply miss the whole point.

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