What do you want God to say to you when you reach the pearly gates?


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Ancient Hippy Profile
Ancient Hippy answered

"This is really just a bad dream."

Ray Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered

"Hi Ray, we're sending you back, aged 23, to do it all better the next time!"

"By the way, I've uninvented the cat, they do not exist, and never have existed."

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Darik Majoren Profile
Darik Majoren answered

I would hope he would say the same thing Superman did when I reached his fortress of Solitude . . . Or Batman's Bat cave.


otis campbell Profile
otis campbell answered

Did you bring the shine

Call me Z Profile
Call me Z answered

You were right, Z. I purposely hid my existence from those like you who recognize my countless failings. I crave the adulation of sheep, not the company of lions.

Pepper pot Profile
Pepper pot answered

It'll be nice if he/she/it said nothing, and that you'd immediately know all truth and be in a peaceful loving state.  I do my utmost to escape the noise by going into the countryside or woods. I certainly wouldn't want Heaven to be like the noisy chatty shopping mall I can only hack spending an hour in tops.

Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

I hesitated a few days before actually answering this question.  I didn’t want to just drop a one-liner or be flippant.

Hi, Tom---it’s good to see you again.  Sorry to cut our daily talk short earlier today, but I knew you were scheduled to come home this afternoon so I knew we could talk now.

I know you were concerned about some of the people you dialogue
with on Blurtit.  Some of them are over there (pointing).  It turns out they were actually seeking Me all their lives, but just didn’t realize it; so of course they are here.  That look on their faces is “pleasant surprise.”  They are feasting on the fruit of the tree of knowledge (Adam and Even never realized that the fruit is only efficacious if it is eaten with My permission.) Hey, an apple a day keeps the devil away, right?  (Sorry, but you remember that on earth I seldom revealed my sense of humor---you will find it a much more relaxed environment here.)

I know you are will also concerned about the ones you do not see.  Hardness of heart is a truly devastating spiritual disease, but all are given the “final option.”  It will be a while before you can totally understand my justice and mercy, so not until then will you know of them.

And of course your pets are here---all the good that I created on earth---and everywhere else--- you will find here.  They are aware of your  arrival and are excited to see you.  You will find that you had more pets than you actually knew---some were sent to you only for one-time comfort and help.

In the meantime, stroll around where you will.  Your mansion---which I have designed specifically for you---is ready when you are.

We'll talk again later.

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Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
Thanks for the confirmation of the more obvious diagnosis: "mental retardation."
Call me Z
Call me Z commented
No doubt your tyrannical, imaginary God approves of your foul judgementalism, Tom. What a good Christian you are. You two fakes belong together.
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
The Bible wants you to be slow witted. Humble yourself (Willingness to learn or accept anything) . . . mind of a child, willing to accept all things with the Wonder in your eyes . . .
Stay soft and slow my friend . . .
AnnNettie Paradise Profile

My hope is to live forever here on the earth. Therefore, it is my endeavor to make a good name with God. At the end I want him to keep his promise that he will write in his “book of remembrance” the names of those who fear him, and he will grant me the prospect of everlasting life. (Malachi 3:16; Revelation 3:5; 20:12-15)

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