Standing at the gates of heaven…

Posted by Timothy Carter in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

Standing at the gates of heaven

At the end of the age when all the believers were standing in line waiting to get into heaven, the angel Gabriel appeared and said, “I want all the men to form two lines. One line will be for the men who were the true heads of their households. The other will be for the men who were dominated by their wives.”

Gabriel continued, “And now we need all of the women to report to Mary and Martha on the other side of the gate.”

The women left while the men hurriedly formed two lines. The line of men who were dominated by their wives was seemingly unending. The line of men who were the true head of their household had just one man standing in it.

Gabriel said to the first line, “You men ought to be ashamed of yourselves. You were appointed to be the heads of your households and you have not fulfilled your purpose. Of all of you, there is only one man who obeyed.”

Then Gabriel turned to the lone man and asked, “How did you come to be in this line?”

The man sheepishly replied, “My wife told me to stand here.”

Standing at the gates of heaven At the end of the age when all the believers were standing in line waiting to get into heaven, the angel Gabriel appeared and said, “I want all the men to form two lines. One line will be for the men who were the true heads of their households. The other will be for the men who were dominated by their wives.” Gabriel continued, “And now we need all of the women to report to Mary and Martha on the other side of the gate.” The women left while the men hurriedly formed two lines. The line of men who were dominated by their wives was seemingly unending. The line of men who were the true head of their household had just one man standing in it. Gabriel said to the first line, “You men ought to be ashamed of yourselves. You were appointed to be the heads of your households and you have not fulfilled your purpose. Of all of you, there is only one man who obeyed.” Then Gabriel turned to the lone man and asked, “How did you come to be in this line?” The man sheepishly replied, “My wife told me to stand here.”

John Kissinger [11/09/2015 6:15 AM]
is that the same as “knocking on heaven’s door”?

Timothy Carter [11/09/2015 10:22 AM]
I don’t believe so. Because Gabriel is standing at the gate. If Gabriel or someone was not standing guard duty then they would have to knock.

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Standing at the gates of heaven…

Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

Standing at the gates of heaven

At the end of the age when all the believers were standing in line waiting to get into heaven, the angel Gabriel appeared and said, “I want all the men to form two lines. One line will be for the men who were the true heads of their households. The other will be for the men who were dominated by their wives.”

Gabriel continued, “And now we need all of the women to report to Mary and Martha on the other side of the gate.”

The women left while the men hurriedly formed two lines. The line of men who were dominated by their wives was seemingly unending. The line of men who were the true head of their household had just one man standing in it.

Gabriel said to the first line, “You men ought to be ashamed of yourselves. You were appointed to be the heads of your households and you have not fulfilled your purpose. Of all of you, there is only one man who obeyed.”

Then Gabriel turned to the lone man and asked, “How did you come to be in this line?”

The man sheepishly replied, “My wife told me to stand here.”

Standing at the gates of heaven At the end of the age when all the believers were standing in line waiting to get into heaven, the angel Gabriel appeared and said, “I want all the men to form two lines. One line will be for the men who were the true heads of their households. The other will be for the men who were dominated by their wives.” Gabriel continued, “And now we need all of the women to report to Mary and Martha on the other side of the gate.” The women left while the men hurriedly formed two lines. The line of men who were dominated by their wives was seemingly unending. The line of men who were the true head of their household had just one man standing in it. Gabriel said to the first line, “You men ought to be ashamed of yourselves. You were appointed to be the heads of your households and you have not fulfilled your purpose. Of all of you, there is only one man who obeyed.” Then Gabriel turned to the lone man and asked, “How did you come to be in this line?” The man sheepishly replied, “My wife told me to stand here.”

John Kissinger [11/09/2015 6:15 AM]
is that the same as “knocking on heaven’s door”?

Timothy Carter [11/09/2015 10:22 AM]
I don’t believe so. Because Gabriel is standing at the gate. If Gabriel or someone was not standing guard duty then they would have to knock.

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