An uncultivated garden

An uncultivated garden

"On the earth of my people grow thorns and brambles, even on all the houses of delights of the joyful city." Ésaïe 32:13

"if somebody is in Christ, it is a new creation: the old things passed; well, any things are made new." 2 Corinthians 5:17

      When we see an uncultivated garden, we suppose that there is no gardener. Le Monde is in a mess and we conclude that there is no God.

      In a garden, everything is subjected to the gardener. He sows, plant, size; the earth is allowed cultivate: everything seems to obey the farmer. Le Monde, on the contrary, is a place of freedom where the men act as they please and obey the least possible. Each is free to push of fault, to starve his(her) next one or to wage war to him. Cannot God settle all this? In his sovereignty, he decided on it otherwise. He even left with the humanity the possibility of turning the back on him; what she hurried to make. The result is there: a polluted, violent world, in loose customs. The fallow land is complete; weed invaded everything.

      God does not return on what the man damaged. In the Bible he reveals us that he has a plan to base "a new sky and a new earth" where he will live with the men; "they will be his people, and God will be himself with them, their God. He will wipe any tear of the eyes, and the death will not be any more: there will be more neither mourning, nor shout, nor sadden" (Apocalypse 21:1-4).

      Who can be admitted there? The Bible gives us an example: the criminal crucified next to Jesus, who recognizes him as the Lord, receives from him this message: "today you will be with me in the paradise" (Luc 23:43). The one who believes that Jesus carried the punishment which deserved his sins, receives the grace of God, the eternal life, a place in the sky.

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