Monday, February 10, 2014

Where will I go?

Philippians 1:23 Paul talks about being torn between the two: For he says, I desire to depart and be with Christ, which it is better by far; but it is more necessary for you that I remain in the body. 

What comes to mind when you think of Heaven?  Where is heaven?

Heaven sounds like a beautiful, peaceful, joyful place.  It is the place where our minds take us when we think about our departure on earth.  Yes, we think of it as a glorious place where everyone will be enjoying the wonderful craftiness of God’s hand.  A place were all faithful believers will be feasting together.  

However, when I think of heaven I immediately think about being in Jesus’s bosom. Heaven is being reunited with your Creator.  What an amazing vision is to know that one day when your life’s journey comes to end, God’s angels will immediately carry you to Jesus’ bosom just as Lazarus was carried to Abraham’s bosom.  What an awesome feeling to know that Jesus is waiting for the opportune time to be reunited with us.  Yes, heaven will be glorious, beautiful, spectacular, but to be inconstant communion with our Lord cannot be compared to the physical aspect of heaven. 

Heaven is visualizing the appointed time when your cares, worries, and torments will be all transform into peaceful and joyful moments.  For all your earthly desires will no longer exists, for our hearts will be all about Jesus about rejoicing in his presence realizing that the earthly things have come to an end and your new eternal life has begun.  Amen!    

Heaven is to be forever and ever with Jesus.  NO MORE PAIN, NO MORE TORMENT, NO MORE EARTHLY THINGS, NO MORE AGONY…….

AND MORE AND MORE OF JESUS.  We look forward to eternal pleasures what I wonderful vision.  Get excited about the heavenly relationship that awaits us.  There is so much more we have to experience; the best is just to come.  

All the great blessings God has given us here on earth can NEVER be compared to the eternal blessings that awaits us.  Jesus is waiting patiently for the opportune time.  Alleluia!  Praise God.  Amen! 

Heaven is to be with JESUS for all eternity.  AMEN!

+EWSF


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