Reincarnation is the teaching that after death, the soul goes to a holding place and then enters a new human body. Some believe we are incarnated into animals, plants, and even inanimate objects. This cycle continues over and over again for thousands of years until the person supposedly learns what he or she needs to learn, and then the reincarnation process ceases.
June 22, 2020
Let me tell you about two things that annoy me. Time and sleep.
Time annoys me because it’s precious, and yet it’s quickly running out, and I can’t stop it.
Then there’s the mystery of sleep. It annoys me because it’s a waste of precious time. I’m forced to daily go into a mini-coma and yield complete control of my mind to unasked for entertainment—whether it be comedy (amusing dreams), horror (nightmares), mystery (dreams that make no sense), or explicit dreams (that make us feel guilty).
That’s why when I’m awake I try to make the best use of my time. I redeem it because the days are evil. Instead of wasting time, I make time to share the gospel.
Perhaps you wouldn’t dream of going somewhere and open-air preaching, or of going to a college to specifically approach strangers. But you could set aside time to attend a Fourth of July parade. You could take a bundle of tracts and give them out to the unsaved.
Do it. Set aside a time to do this. Go into the world. There’s no better use of your time.