This is the reverse of the second law of thermodynamics. The eternal state will never rust, never decay or be depleated of resorces. No disasters or destruction or fear of of the sun going supernova (there will be no sun) Our bodies will never grow old, be deformed, or handicapped.
No perversion of anykind. No crime. No pollution. No corrupt politics. No mean neighbors. No pettiness. No gossip. No selfishness. NO SIN!
Clean water, clean air, clean streets, morally clean relationships, and morally clean body, mind, and souls. We will be wholistically pure in every way. Shalom.
What will I do for eternity!? We can be sure that heaven will never fade in its appeal to us. It will take eternity to explore infinity. The infinity of creation, the infinity of the character of God. We will not be disappointed.
7039 Temple Of Diana Now
The Temple of Diana is the most faded of all Ephesus’ glories. Today all that remains of the Temple are only a few broken bits of column lying in a shallow depression.
Concerning this temple, an ancient writer said, “I have seen the Gardens of Babylon, the Colossus of Rhodes, the immense pyramids, and the mausoleum, but when my eyes turned on the Temple of Diana at Ephesus all the other wonders of the world lost their brilliance.”
-Tan, P. L.
The eternal state will always be beautiful and will never lose any of its brilliance throughout eternity.
John 17:22-24; Philippians 1:6
Jude 24-25; Romans 8:38-39