God’s people have a glorious future awaiting them in eternity when He makes all things new. Pastor Greg Laurie says, “The New Earth and New Jerusalem are prepared places for prepared people.” Learn how you can be ready in this podcast episode from Revelation 21.
It’s the latest in the series, Revelation: A Book of Promises.
When you put your faith in Christ, you begin to realize that you were made for another world.
Heaven is beyond words.
Heaven is mentioned 532 times in the Bible, and more than 10% of those mentions are in Revelation.
“Behold, I make all things new” (Revelation 21:5).
God loves new too!
“And He said to me, ‘It is done!’” (Revelation 21:6).
After the millennial reign of Christ, we enter into “eternal timelessness.”
When God brings the New Earth, there will be no more ocean.
All the people throughout history who have trusted in Christ, will now be all together.
God the Father joins His Son to dwell with His people.
In this New Earth, we will have a new city.
The New Earth and New Jerusalem are prepared places for prepared people.
- Jerusalem is the city of the past.
- Jerusalem is the city of the present.
- Jerusalem is the city of the future.
“And His servants will serve Him” (Revelation 22:3).
We should not bottle up our sorrows, but let them out.
Then God will put them in His bottle.
God not only forgives our sins, He forgets them.
What this hope does:
- It helps us to keep perspective during times of trial.
- It helps us to live godly lives.
- It motivates us to want to take as many people as possible to Heaven with us.
- 2 Corinthians 12:4
- 1 Corinthians 15:52–54
- Psalm 90:4
- Galatians 4:4
- 2 Peter 3:9
- 1 John 3:2
- John 14:2–3
- 1 Corinthians 2:9
- Zechariah 12:2–3
- Revelation 7:15
- Psalm 56:8
- 2 Corinthians 5:17
- Psalm 103:12
- Romans 8:18
- 2 Corinthians 4:17–18
- Colossians 3:1–2
Learn more about Greg Laurie and Harvest Ministries at harvest.org.
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