What Creates The Future

Today, Tomorrow, Next Week, Next Month, Next Year, Next Decade, Next Century, A Billion Years From Now. What will it be like?

While the future cannot be predicted with certainty, present understanding in various fields allows for the prediction of some far-future events.

Good and Evil.

Everybody takes good and evil for granted. They don’t realize the consequences of good and evil. Some would say good brings you happiness and good quality of life. Evil, on the other hand, is mainly taken for granted. Some will sin and think nothing of it. Some will feel sorry they have sinned. And most don’t care. Take a sinful person for an instant. He doesn’t know God. He doesn’t care about God. Doesn’t want to have anything to do with God. He hits his finger with a hammer, and the first thing he says is, “God dammit.” why is this?


I believe good and evil create positive negative energy. This energy that good and evil creates doesn’t go away. This good and evil energy creates our future universe

Sin creates entropy. (entropy: gradual decline into disorder.)

Good creates negentropy: (negentropy can help you fight against entropy and chaos.)

What do you think it will be like a billion years from now? What do you think God wants for us? This is very important a universe built on sin or a universe built on good. We, humans, take too much for granted. We ignore God. We are lazy, and we’re going to pay the price for that sinful laziness. I believe that a billion years from now, the evil that created the cosmic dust Will either be good or evil energy. Good will have a good way about it. But on the other hand, evil will be the ultimate evil, HELL.

Let me tell you what hell is going to be like. You’re in a room with the lights on. Close your eyelids. Pass your hand across your eyelids. Because the lights are on, you can see a reflection through the eyelids of your hand passing by. Hell will be so dark you will not see your hand in front of your eyes, and your eyes will be open. Total darkness. And you will be in hell for eternity.

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