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    the glories that are to come. He tells us about heaven. Why? So that we can enjoy the anticipation of it now.
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    I was talking to another pastor recently and I asked him about his view regarding the coming of Christ's earthly Kingdom and the future fulfillment of God's promises to the Jews, to which he said, "I really don't care about any of that." That was a rather surprising answer to me, you really don't care about that but that is something God cares greatly about and that is something God has written very clearly about. And we are accountable to give the whole counsel of God, and that's part of it. Or to put it another way, God doesn't waste words, God doesn't say what doesn't matter. If He said it,...
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    Do you know...are you watching this media, all this panic about global warming and all this panic about the end of the world and asteroids crashing into the earth? That's for people who don't know this, that the way history ends is with Jesus coming and taking us away. And so we stand steadfast, immovable. I don't know about you but I really can't get too worked up about green house gases. They don't phase me. I have absolu...they can try to terrify me with all this stuff, I am unmoved. I know where history is going.
  • Amazon shared from 50 Days of Heaven: Reflections That Bring Eternity to Light by Randy Alcorn
    our Master himself is joyful. He takes joy in himself, in his children, and in his creation. His joy is contagious. Heaven's environment is pure joy. Joy will be the very air we breathe. The Lord is inexhaustible-therefore his joy is inexhaustible.
  • Amazon shared from 50 Days of Heaven: Reflections That Bring Eternity to Light by Randy Alcorn
    God's Word is utterly realistic, showing the worst in even its good characters. It is unswerving in its portrayal of sin and suffering. Nowhere in Scripture do we see naive, sentimental, wishful thinking. What we see is our devastating separation from God; our relentless sin; God's persistent faithfulness; the hard, grueling work of Christ's redemption; the tangible nature of his resurrection; and the promise of coming judgment. And, finally, we see the restoration of God's ideal universe, fulfilling his plan of the ages, which willculminate in resurrected people living with him on a resurrected...
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