Golden Visa

There are few countries in the world, that offer Golden Visa. It is defined as an invitation for rich individuals to invest in their respective countries and they will be awarded Permanent Resident status or citizenship. The rich people in poor or underdeveloped countries, use this to migrate away from economic depression, civil wars, or other negative factors. Many do so for the future education of children and safety. Yet, 15-20 percent return disillusioned. Praise be to God, who does not offer just visas, but citizenship in His Heaven. (Philippians 3:20)

Eternal citizenship: When a person receives Christ, he becomes a new person. (II Corinthians 5:17) They can see, delivered from the tyranny of Satan, released from the bondage of sin, moved away from darkness to light, and plucked out of Satan’s kingdom and planted in the Kingdom of God. The Golden Visa is available only to those who are rich and afford it. This citizenship is available to all as Lord Jesus Christ has purchased his people with His blood. (I Corinthians 6:20) No need to pay, but receive the gift in faith.

Eternal mansions: Golden visa holder must acquire land or assets by paying their money. Then they have to strive to find opportunities to survive, sustain, and thrive by themselves. However, Lord Jesus prepares a room or a mansion in the eternal palace of God. (John 14:1)

Eternal treasure: After receiving this eternal citizenship, a believer could invest, save, and deposit in heaven. Lord Jesus exhorted his disciples to store up treasure in heaven. (Matthew 6:19-210)

Eternal friends: Lord Jesus exhorted His disciples to use the unrighteous riches or wealth of the world to make eternal friends. (Luke 16:9) Wisely using earthly resources will help a few to know the true Lord and become His disciples. They will enter heaven, and they will be eternal friends.

Eternal peace: Those who obtain a Golden Visa are not always satisfied or content. They find reasons to grumble and mumble. God’s people will have eternal Sabbath with Him forever. (Hebrews 2:3)

Do I rejoice in my citizenship in heaven?

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