Anchor Song: Here As In Heaven

Artist: Elevation Worship

URL: http://tinyurl.com/h54souf 
If you ever played Temple Run, Super Mario, Car racing, or any other game similar to these, then you will know that winning, or getting the highest score is not only about completing the race or getting to the finish line, you must also be careful enough to pick up most of the extra goodies that you’d see while running, and avoid the obstacles or pitfalls on the way. 
Hence, it is safe to say that our lives as Christians can be likened to Temple Run or any of those other games, but in our case we are not being chased, but we are the ones chasing something. While heaven is our grand prize and ultimate goal, getting the highest scores there has a lot to do with how well we pick up on the goodies God has placed on our path here on earth. 
3 John 2 says – My beloved friend, I pray that everything is going well for you and that your body is as healthy as your soul is prosperous[VOICE]. 
The message in this verse can be divided into three parts. The prosperity of soul deals with you making heaven, but you can see God wants you to live long enough here on earth since He wants you to be healthy. Then everything going well for you means God wants you to live a fulfilled and satisfying life. 
Therefore, while you look forward to heaven, please lookout on earth, because what you do here and how you do it will determine your “high score” at the end of this race. God Bless You! 
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