See, I have this mountain that people can climb up but don’t ever live on. It’s to wild and rugged, etc., etc. But at the end of the Epochs, when the Creator returns to His people, He’s going to live on top of the mountain and people will live with Him.
Then I realized how in this life, we’ll have mountaintop experiences with God, but we’re not supposed to cling to the mountain and live up there because then we can’t grow. But when Jesus returns, we get to do that! We get to live on the mountain!
That’s just the coolest!! I love that!
Okay so how on earth do you make that line thingy when you’re quoting people? I’m so confused…
The third button from the left, with the little quotes 🙂 I copy and paste the part I want to quote. Or, you can select the part you want to quote and then click the ‘Quote’ button on the top right.
@rose-colored-fancy – no worries, I understand how tangents go! It was fun reading the thread and getting caught up. (Wasn’t able to log into the site for a bit.) Thanks for the warm welcome!
@noah-cochran – Oh man, I would love to someday make a career out of it. But that day is not yet upon me. I have a primary job that really saps a lot of my mental energy and I need to push through constantly to make headway with my work. I look to publish something next year – that’s my goal, anyways – but as of right now, the community-building aspect of group storytelling is something I’m examining more of, for sure.
"The Christian is the one whose imagination should fly beyond the stars."
- Francis Schaeffer