Heaven: Revelation 7
Posted by adventbiblestudy on September 12, 2011
(Revelation 7:15 MKJV) Therefore they are before the throne of God, and they serve Him day and night in His temple. And He sitting
on the throne will dwell among them.
I pray I am among those redeemed, paid for by the blood of Jesus. Given His rode of righteousness, a crown, and a new name, spoken first by Jesus, like a new creation. Imagine the joy of praising God before His throne, seeing His face for the first time. Will I be able to hold the joy in, or will I shout for the victory finally seen and felt?
I stand before my loving God and worship him. It will be a wonderful day when we go to Heaven to worship and serve Him freely for all eternity.
(Revelation 7:16 MKJV) They will not hunger any more, nor thirst any more, nor will the sun light on them, nor any heat.
I will feast on every word that comes from the mouth of God. Will He have time to answer all the questions I have? Of course He will. We will have all eternity together. Imagine a God, who only requires a bit of our time, quality time to spend with Him. Will I ever be able to spend enough time with him? This is praising God. His light will be my life for all eternity.
I will never be hungry or thirsty again. Everything will be perfect in Heaven.
(Revelation 7:17 MKJV) For the Lamb who is in the midst of the throne will feed them and will lead them to the fountains of living waters. And God will wipe away all tears from their eyes.
Jesus will be there, close to His Father. He will govern His Kingdom through love. He will serve us in Heaven like He served His disciples on earth. I want to learn by His example. I want to be like Jesus. To touch the lives of others in the simplest ways which leave lasting impressions. Jesus will feed me with His knowledge and refresh me with His life giving love. There will be no more sorrow or pain, only love and understanding. Will there be tears of joy in Heaven?
Jesus will take care of me when I am in Heaven with Him. When I finally get to Heaven there will never be a reason to cry again.