Luke 12:45-46 KJV
But and if that servant says in his heart, My lord delayeth his coming; and shall begin to beat the menservants and maidens, and to eat and drink, and to be drunken;  The lord of that servant will come in a day when he looketh not for him, and at an hour when he is not aware, and will cut him in sunder, and will appoint him his portion with the unbelievers.
OPENING OPINION by Robert
In conversation with a friend in regard to the return of Yeshua it became apparent there are many different thoughts with respect to this upcoming event.
As our conversation deepened I recognized my opinion about meeting our Lord as I await His return was being laid before this friend to understand. I pondered with my friend if many realized there is a return that occurs at the end of our journey as we wait for the final return.
You see, our discussion turned to how at the fall of Adam and Eve we all were disconnected from God and there had to be a reconnection and that is why Yeshua came into the picture, to be the doorway back.
The conversation now required a deeper thought process as it began to identify the true purpose of our journey through this world. My friend questioned if people understood what was offered to them on a spiritual level?
My answer when I look at the world’s condition “NO.”
Many, if not few, understand our journey is an opportunity to reconnect with God. They do not ascertain, that to do so, we need to acquaint ourselves with Yeshua and then spend the remaining time of our journey building a personal relationship with him. One which will lead us to the doorway to Eternal life with the Father and His Son.
The other option is to follow the temptations of Satan, which offer the joys and carnal rewards of the world. Drawing us to waste this journey and end up not having anything to offer when Yeshua returns at the end of our journey which was filled with the gifts of Satan.
Again we see the heavenly wisdom displayed by Paul in Romans 1:22 by choosing to follow man’s wisdom instead of the heavenly wisdom offered.
We see where this form of wisdom leads one, as described in Eph. 5: 3 – 20. A life filled with the following. These verses contain a caution against all manner of Uncleanness, Filthy lusts, and Fornication and all uncleanness. Fornication is folly committed between unmarried persons. All uncleanness includes all other sorts of lusts, which are too common among Gentiles. (unbelievers). Or covetousness, which being thus connected, and mentioned as a thing which should not be once named, some understand it, in the chaste style of the scripture, of unnatural lust while others take it in the more common sense, for an immoderate desire of gain or an insatiable love of riches, which is spiritual adultery for by this the soul, which was espoused to God, goes astray from him, and embraces the bosom of a stranger, and therefore carnal worldlings are called adulterers: You adulterers and adulteresses, know you not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God?
These are the fruits of this journey to be offered when the end of our journey presents itself. In comparison to choosing a journey with Yeshua as a companion who will meet us at the end of our Journey and guide us to the mansion, he has been preparing for us while we built a relationship with Him.
Many, will look past the time we are spending together as they look for Yeshua’s promised return, not realizing His presence will be there when we pass from this world to the promised eternal world and life, in a sense this is His personal return for us. I described in an earlier article what my personal description of hell would be, seeing and knowing Yeshua was present but being separated from Him not being able to be in His presence for eternity. To me, that would be my hell.
Ok, here is the bottom line on this topic we have a choice to make whether we follow heavenly wisdom or worldly wisdom. Each in our lifetime is going to take us through many different situations, but are going to give us completely different endings when this journey ends. There is a saying we make the bed we lay in and what it brings as rest and peace because we have made a choice and support that choice with one of the two insights which provide us with wisdom or delusion.
God is “a compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness” (Psalm 86:15). Like all of God’s attributes, His compassion is infinite and eternal. His compassions never fail; they are new every morning (Lamentations 3:22-23).
When you have faith and courage of an obedient [child of God] to lead in Yeshua’s name, without fear, many will follow your light.