Get on the Bus

Some things should go without saying. When in doubt, you can usually find a sign to help like this one I spotted last week.

no boarding after bus leaves curb

no boarding after bus leaves curb

Cracks me up. Of course there’s no boarding after bus leaves curb. Theoretically, it would be moving! Doors closed. Game over.

Life’s like that.

We have one life and one death. No reincarnation. No do-overs or second chances from the grave. We die and face judgment. We face God.

But Christ also died once. In Him there is salvation without condemnation, the assurance of eternal life.

What? No one ever told you?

Consider this is your sign. Your ride is parked at the curb. The doors are open. Get on the bus.

And just as each person is destined to die once and after that comes judgment, so also Christ died once for all time as a sacrifice to take away the sins of many people. He will come again, not to deal with our sins, but to bring salvation to all who are eagerly waiting for him. Hebrews 9:27-28 NLT

Funk musician Frankie Smith says, “Get on the bus!” The Double Dutch Bus.

Will you sit with me on the bus?

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  1. Ging

    I’ve never regretted hopping on the bus. There’s a worship song from the 90′s called Hop on the Bus. Check it out for a good chuckle. We face God. What a beautiful line. I am excited for that day!

  2. Libby

    Aimee,

    Bravo to you for laying out the truth with your usual warmth and wit. You and I have been on the (shuttle) bus together, and I’m glad we’re on the (capital B) Bus together too. Oh, the places we’ll go! :)

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