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  • Amazon shared from 50 Days of Heaven: Reflections That Bring Eternity to Light by Randy Alcorn
    Father, given the current darkness around us, and the spiritual battles within us, we need your help to avoid making idols ofyour provisions. Help us realize that once you have forever freed us from sin, once we live in your presence and see your face, we'll never have to worry about putting people or things above you. That would be unthinkable. And if we were thinking clearly now, it would be unthinkable to us already. So empower us to think clearly, Lord. May we see you as you are, so we may always enjoy but never idolize the magnificent lesser desires and joys you have graciously granted to...
  • Amazon shared from 50 Days of Heaven: Reflections That Bring Eternity to Light by Randy Alcorn
    I know that my Redeemer lives, and that in the end he will stand upon the earth. And after my skin has been destroyed, yet in my flesh I will see God; I myself will see him with my own eyes.- JOB 19:25-27
  • Amazon shared from 50 Days of Heaven: Reflections That Bring Eternity to Light by Randy Alcorn
    [God's servants] will see his face.- REVELATION 22:4I shall rise from the dead.... I shall see the Son of God, the Sun of Glory, and shine myself as that sun shines. I shall be united to the Ancient ofDays, to God Himself, who had no morning, never began.... No man ever saw God and lived. And yet, I shall not live tilll see God; and when Have seen him, I shall never die."- JOHN DONNE
  • Amazon shared from 50 Days of Heaven: Reflections That Bring Eternity to Light by Randy Alcorn
    You maybe dealing with great pain and loss, yet Jesus says, "Be of good cheer" (John 16:33, NKJV). Why? Because the new house is nearly ready for you. Moving day is coming. The dark winter is about to be magically transformed into spring. One day soon you will be home-for the first time.
  • Amazon shared from 50 Days of Heaven: Reflections That Bring Eternity to Light by Randy Alcorn
    This viewpoint sounds spiritual, doesn't it? But it is based on wrong assumptions, and it is clearly contradicted by Scripture.Colossians 3:1-2 is a direct command to set our hearts and minds on Heaven. We set our minds on Heaven because we love Jesus Christ, and Heaven is where he now resides. To long for Heaven is to long for Christ. To long for Christ is to long forHeaven, for that is where we will be with him. That's why God's people are "longing for a better country" (Hebrews 11:16).
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