When someone pays you a visit, he or she doesn’t stay forever, but stays a while and depart to his or her destination because he or she is a visitor. Visitors don’t turn the place they visit into a permanent domain just because the place is beautiful and comfortable, no, but leave as soon as their time of visit expires. David understood this, hence the reason he cried to God in Psalm 119:19, to guide him with His commandments as a visitor on this earth. The implication of this is that, without God’s commandments, no one can successfully live in this strange land. This is why David said in Psalms 119:105 “Your word is a lamp to guide my feet and a light for my path.” (NLT) The earth is a dark world, only the light of God’s Word can help us to navigate through.
On this earth, we live a lesser life, a limited kind of life, but when we shall die, we’ll live a limitless life which is a greater life. On earth, we live a life of pain, sickness, struggle, poverty, and violence, but the greater life will be free from those above because this earth shall be replaced with new earth filled with the peace of God, the peace that passeth all understanding. Rev 21:1-3. But moving from lesser life (on earth) to a greater life with God in heaven is by accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, and moving from a lesser life (on earth) to a greater life in hell with the devil is also by rejecting Jesus’ offer of Salvation. Remember that we’re visitors here on earth and when death comes, we would have to depart this lesser life to greater life either in heaven or hell.
HEAVEN OR HELL? IT’S YOUR CHOICE TO MAKE.