“A little bit of heaven” before we go to Ahnsahnghong and Heavenly Mother‘s world
The variety of food in this world is endless! The other day I went to a hotel buffet (the best kind of buffet in my opinion) with my family and it was incredible. The buffet came highly recommended by friends. There was steak, pasta, sushi, you name it, it was there. The visuals of the food were out-of-this-world and everything looked like it was fit for a king. When I go to a buffet I have a certain tradition I follow that will allow me to maximize the amount of food I eat as well as being able to consume the cuisine I find the most tantalizing, right up to the point where I eat so much I think I’m going to pass out.
You’d think a person might exhibit some self control if they’re about to burst at the seams but then comes the most important part of our expedition to the divine and delectable banquet. The dessert. Did you know, that even when you’re full, and you’re stomach is about to atomic bomb, it can actually expand to accommodate a little bit more? Sweet foods cause a reflex that expands the stomach. It teeters on the notion that you’re actually tricking yourself into thinking you’re not full when you genuinely are. My trigger is dessert. Where did this custom of having dessert after a meal come from? I have no idea and I don’t really care, I am just content on it until I return back to my home country. The dessert buffet was equally if not more impressive than the dinner buffet.
Every kind of color accentuating every taste to delight my palate to every type of epicurean texture to the mouth and bursting with intense flavor was strewn out before yours truly. I felt like Homer Simpson every time he thinks of food (mmm food); I thought I was in heaven. The words, ‘I thought I was in heaven’ made me think. Was this expression a hint to experience a little taste of heaven before we go there? The words, ‘This tastes like heaven,’ ‘a little bit of heaven,’ ‘I think I’m in heaven’ all these expressions are used to explain the delight of eating on this 3rd rock from the sun. But when you think about it, just as there is good food in this world, there’s also not-so-good food as well. Imagine, if you will, a cooked steak dinner, with a side of baked potato with all the trimmings, some nicely steamed asparagus slightly glazed with butter…then imagine a slice of week old bread that’s been out too long with some moldy ham…I pretty sure you’d take the former over the latter. In any case there is a huge difference in food even on this earth. That difference is like a diamond to a piece of glass. If there’s that kind of big difference of food here on earth, then how much more amazing would the food taste like in heaven?
Rev 22:1-2 Then the angel showed me the river of the water of life, as clear as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb down the middle of the great street of the city. On each side of the river stood the tree of life, bearing twelve crops of fruit, yielding its fruit every month. And the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations.
This is the spiritual food that God the Father, Christ Ahnsahnghong and God the Mother have prepared for us in heaven and it will be nothing less than astonishing. Can you imagine the taste, the texture, the color of food in heaven? Even the food at Zion (WMSCOG) is amazing compared to worldly food. If heavenly food and drink is anything like how I experience food and drink on this earth…and I know it’s different…well, I all I can say is that I have a pretty big imagination. Thanks to Christ Ahnsahnghong and New Jerusalem Heavenly Mother for their love and grace.