wow you have some imagination there, this is great!
This is an interesting illustration. Although while we will not know exactly when the days of Revelations will come, I doubt we will ever colonize other planets or moons as science fiction suggests. I'm actually ok with that, the sky shows the glory of God's Creation.
Likewise! Colonizing the other planets (or different stellar systems) would be so cool.
Although without anything like the hyperspeed from Star Wars, the only other system I can see us reaching is Alpha Centauri. It is the closest system to us (only 4 light years). And unlike most stars, we can tell where this system was 4 years ago, and how it was like then. But even if we can go the speed of light, it would take us 4 years or more to get there. And we would have to predict where it would be in our sky in 8 years (because what we see now is how it was 2010).
Heh, heh... certainly kind of thought provoking that God could pick up the Universe like a dusty old rug and just shake it out!
Heh, it's true... The changing of the universe at dread judgement is usually described as a parchment being rolled into a scroll, so this isn't far off. :-D
lol! This literally made me laugh. Very charming way of illustrating that verse. What a fun project to work on, you must be enjoying this verse-to-verse basis. I look forward to seeing more.