Actually what @SteemChurch means and the impact it will have on the world, we all have to visualize it with our spiritual eyes.
It is written in Psalm 133:
It's like good oil on the head,
Which descends on the beard,
The beard of Aaron,
And he goes down to the edge of his garments;
And the apostles asked themselves perplexed, "When all good things fall apart, what can good people do?
Psalm 91 answers this question with a statement. "I say to the Lord: You are my hope, my castle, the God I trust." And, today, we must remember that God is still our hope and our castle. That He is still in His Temple, on His throne, and is still in control of everything.
Whenever we meet @sc-v the sister @lorennys delights us with a song that is entitled: "May this house be full of your glory", that's what our lord wants all of us who represent his temple to be full of that glory of his presence that "Shekinà" that transforms our being, men and women capable of believing him until the last consequences.
Today is a good time to say to the Father: "This house that is me, all be full"
Jesus appropriated this image of the hen, when he said in Luke 13:34, "Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you kill the prophets and you stone those who are sent to you! How many times I wanted to gather your children, as the chicken gathers its chicks under its wings, but you did not want to! "
Jesus would have saved and protected Jerusalem and its inhabitants, but the people did not want to. They did not want to go to Him. They did not want to dwell in the shelter of the Most High nor to take refuge in the shadow of the Almighty. "Instead, they shouted:" Crucify Him! Crucify him! "
Our Lord wants to reunite us under His wings, because He sees the darkness that is coming ... He sees the danger that lurks ... He also has food for us ... HIS WORD, and above all, He wants to be with us.
And we know that God has a tattoo, and we know what the tattoo says, in Isaiah 49:16, "Recorded I carry you in the palms of My hands."
Habakkuk 2: 2-3
Although the vision will still be for a time, but it hastens to the end, and will not lie; although I will delay, wait for it, because it will surely come, it will not be long.