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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

The Word Made Flesh

John 1:14

And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father) full of grace and truth.

John is presenting Jesus as the only begotten Son of the living God who was present with the Father who came to earth as a new born baby and grew as any human while retaining His deity.
Christ came to earth with one mission, which was to redeem man from sin and restore a right relationship with the Father. Christ knew He had to die a horrible death, but that didn't faze Him because He knew His powers.
During Christ's earthly stay He performed many miracles and did signs and wonders authenticating His deity; even then many failed to recognize Him as the promised Messiah. Many recognized Jesus as the Christ; they worshiped Him, followed Him and many became His disciples.
Christ set the perfect example in everything He did so that mankind would have a perfect model to follow. He is the truth, the way and the light to righteousness and spending eternity with Him. It is noteworthy to say, all believers have the indwelling Holy Spirit to aid in our effort of holy living.
Let's close today's discussions by saying Christ is the answer as He is a constant companion. He is on-time in supplying all our needs. Christ was made flesh to identify with humanity's needs.
Christ was made flesh and is now seated at the right hand of the Father. Sing praises to His holy name.

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Friday, December 18, 2015

Jesus The Lamb Of God

John 1:29

The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him; and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.

The setting for today's topical discussion is John the forerunner of Jesus was baptizing in the Jordan River when he saw Jesus coming to be baptized of him. John recognized Jesus for who He was, the Lamb of God who was slain from the foundation of the world as the perfect sacrificial lamb who would give His life as a ransom for many.
John has been telling his followers that one would be coming after him who would take away the sins of the world and this person would baptize them in the Holy Ghost (v. 32).
Water baptism is symbolic of the baptism that has occurred when the person accept Jesus as Lord and Savior. The key ingredient is repentance whether being baptized with water or with the Holy Spirit. Accepting Jesus as our Lord and Savior all believers has a restored fellowship with God the Father.  Jesus Christ as the Lamb of God has opened the door for all believers to gain access to the Father.
Jesus as the Lamb of God did what no human priests could do in that Christ needed no cleansing from His sins; He had no sins. Jesus as the Lamb of God established a more perfect covenant as God's holy laws are written in the hearts of men.
Jesus is the perfect Lamb of God; honor Him with all our being.
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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

"The Holy One Of God"

Mark 1:24

...Let us alone; what have we to do with thee; thou Jesus of Nazareth? Art thou come to destroy us? I know who thou art, the Holy One of God.

The setting for today's topical discussion is Jesus during His earthly ministry casted out unclean spirits in the synagogue in the city of Capernaum where He encountered a man possessed with an unclean spirit (v. 21).
The synagogue was a place of gathering and after the Babylonian exile it became a Jewish place of prayer and worship. Jesus was teaching in the synagogue with power and authority when the man with the unclean spirit recognized Jesus as someone out of the ordinary (v. 23). See, the devil knew Jesus and His mission. The unclean spirit wanted no parts of Jesus, because he knew he would be destroyed by being casted of the tormented man and the man would be made whole.
Jesus' mission was to heal sin-sick souls and heal physical illness as He did on many occasions. When we call on the name of Jesus He is still healing all manner of diseases. If we need Satan casted out of our lives call on the name of Jesus; ask Him to come into your live.
He is the holy One of God who can and will heal, redeem and save. Jesus is the holy One of God as He was sent from God to be the Savior of the world.
Jesus Christ our holy One of God who is God.
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Friday, December 11, 2015

The Messiah

John 1:41

He first findeth his own brother Simon, and saith unto him, we have found the Messiah, which is being interpreted, the Christ.

The setting for today's discussion is during Jesus' ministry and was gathering His disciples while John the Baptist was preaching preparing the way for Jesus. John the Baptist called Jesus the Lamb of God which He was. Two of the disciples had heard Jesus speak and knew something was different about the way and authority in which He spoke. They decided to follow Him and wanted Simon to come see the One they had been waiting for and when Jesus saw Simon Peter, He immediately called him Cephas-a stone.
Jesus being the promised Messiah fulfilled His earthly mission, which included providing salvation to all who believe on Him. He preached salvation; He healed the sick, gave sight to the blind and made the lame to walk, raised the dead, and even casted out demons; only the Christ.
Jesus Christ the Messiah and is alive, have you seen Him? He is still preaching repent and be saved as this is the way to salvation. His soul saving spiritual invitation remains open to lost souls. Once you meet Jesus you will say like John the Baptist, behold the Lamb of God. He is the anointed One sent from God as He is God.
Follow Jesus He is the promised Messiah. He came the first time to save souls when He returns will be with saved souls. Will you be with Him?
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Monday, December 7, 2015

The Wise Men Visit

Matthew 2:1

Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the King, behold, there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem.

Continuing our discussion on Christ's birth; today's focus is Christ being visited by the wise men from the east. This because all had been expecting the coming Messiah and news of His birth has spread across the nation like wild fire. The Wise men hearing of Christ's birth was no exception and they traveled a great distance to see the Christ child; rightly so as these men were religious educated men who like others of their day had believed the promise of the coming Messiah and with the grand announcement being made by the angels and worshiped by the heavenly host created a desire and determination to witness and worship this great wonder firsthand.
These questions come to mind; given the great expectation of the coming Messiah and when His arrival is announced would you travel to see the Savior, the new born King of Kings? Upon arriving at His birth place what would you give as expressions of gratitude to the Father for sending His Son to save mankind? How would you worship the King, with heartfelt praises, the singing of hymns and in songs?
What gifts would you bring to honor the new born King? Whatever gift you give is in remembrance of the greatest gift ever given and received-salvation.
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Friday, December 4, 2015

The Angelic Announcement

Luke 2:10

And the angel said unto them, Fear not; for behold I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.

As we continue our discussions on the birth of Christ; today's focus is the angels making the grand announcement informing the world that on this day Christ our Lord and Savior is born and there is great joy to all people.
The angels first appeared to the shepherds who were abiding in the fields tending their flock and the angels proceeded to state their reason for appearing. The angels' announcement confirmed that the prophesied Christ was born and the entire world should rejoice. This is because Christ's birth had been prophesied many generations ago, but in God the Father's own time He fulfilled that promise. Christ's birth also confirmed God the Father's faithfulness of keeping His promises.
There were great joy in that the Savior had come as many died looking for the promised Messiah. Great joy was felt throughout the land and even the stars in heaven shinned brightly and a star guided worshippers to where the Christ child was.
As we celebrate this Christmas let us remember why the celebration; let great joy rule our hearts and actions while thanking God for sending His only begotten Son to redeem man and restore a broken fellowship. During our celebratory manner let us remember that Christ is the reason for our celebration just at it was for the angels and the heavenly host at the time of His birth.
Just as the angels announced Christ's birth let us tell the world that our Savior lives.
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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

The Prophesied Christ

Isaiah 7:14

...The Lord Himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a Son, and shall call His name Immanuel.

The prophet Isaiah is prophesying about the coming Messiah, Jesus Christ many generations before God the Father fulfilled His promise of sending a Savior to reconcile mankind back to Himself. Isaiah even gave the name of the Messiah, Immanuel which means God with us and rightly so because Jesus Christ was in the beginning with God and was the Word of God who became flesh as He was in the beginning with God (John 1:1-2, 14).
Therefore, Christ existed long before His virgin birth. It was in Christ that humanity and deity met, which means Christ was fully God and human at the same time. It is in Christ that all who believes have salvation and will spend eternity with God. It is in Christ all of God the Father's requirements for sin atonement was met.
Christ's virgin birth holds significance in that being a virgin represents purity in that His mother Mary had not known her husband before marriage, and remained so until after the birth of her Son Jesus.
It is noteworthy to say that every aspect of Isaiah's prophecy was fulfilled at Christ's birth. The prophet Isaiah spoke just as God told him as he was hope to God's people of a brighter day ahead. All before Christ's birth look forward to the cross and all after His birth look back on the cross and thank God for sending His only begotten Son into the world to be the Savior of the world.
As we celebrate this Christmas let us remember that Christ is the reason for the season. He is Christmas and without His birth there would be nothing to celebrate.
Christ is the prophesied Christ.

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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving

Psalm 100:1-6

Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands. Serve the Lord with gladness come before His presence with singing. Know ye that the Lord He is God, it is He that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are His people, and the sheep of His pasture. Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise; be thankful unto Him, and bless His name. For the Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting, and His truth endureth to all generations.

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and I was led by the Holy Spirit to remind everyone of how blessed we are in spite of any difficulties we may be experiencing. Regardless of our troubles we are still blessed beyond measure. It is God's goodness that we are awakened each day clothed in our right minds with a reasonable portion of our health and strength. All of our basic needs are met (food, clothes and shelter) and even the homeless are blessed just to see another day.
Let's close by saying, each day's blessings are too numerous to count, then multiple 365 by each day; the results are God's blessings are more than we can count.
Be thankful and praise God from whom all blessings flow.
Happy Thanksgiving!
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Friday, November 20, 2015

Book Release

This is to announce the release of my new book; a yearly devotional "Seasons Of Inspiration For Spiritual Growth." This is a yearly devotional with daily inspirational readings. This devotional book is designed to enhance Biblical knowledge while developing an intimate relationship with God.

This book looks at life in the following stages: (a) years of preparation (YOP), (b) the maturation years (YOM), and © the preservation and perpetuation (YOPP).

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Uplifting Insights: Royal Sons And Daughters Of God

Uplifting Insights: Royal Sons And Daughters Of God: 1 Peter 2:5 Ye also as lively stones are built up a spiritual house, a holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptabl...

Royal Sons And Daughters Of God

1 Peter 2:5

Ye also as lively stones are built up a spiritual house, a holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptable to God by Jesus Christ.

 Peter is informing the hearers of his day just who we are as believers with royal blood flowing in our veins. We are special in the eye sight of God being that all believers were chosen by God before the foundation of the world. God knew from the foundation of the world who would hear and accept His spiritual invitation to salvation and spend eternity with Him.
Believers are royal sons and daughters of God by the atoning work of Christ our Savior and members of a holy nation of priests (v. 5).
Being royal sons and daughters of God believers are to offer our bodies as living sacrifices unto Him while being nonconforming to this world and it values (Romans 12:1-2). Being royal sons and daughters of God we present our bodies as instruments of righteousness manifesting the righteousness of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. As royal sons and daughters of God, believers proclaim the gospel of Christ the world over as well as offer praises unto His holy name.
Believers, we are the lively stones of God built up in Christ who is the head (v.5).
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Monday, November 16, 2015

Praise God For His Deliverance

Psalm 9:1-2

I will praise thee O Lord, with my whole heart; I will shew forth all thy marvelous works. I will be glad and rejoice in thee; I will sing praise to they name, O thou most High.

The month of November is associated with Thanksgiving when friends and family come together giving thanks to the Lord for His goodness that He has bestowed upon us each day of our lives.
That being said, we offer praises unto a Holy God for His blessings and deliverance because all believers have been delivered from the clutches of sin through sacrificial death of His Son Jesus Christ who shed His precious blood atoning our sins. Our deliverance from sin is praise worthy. God is gracious and loving until He delivers us from the many unpleasant situations we find ourselves.
We praise God for His deliverance when the enemy attacks shake us to our very core; He is there saying, don't worry my child; cast all your cares upon me and I will take care of them (1 Peter 5:7).
We have many reasons in which to praise God, the first and foremost is that He is sovereign, all powerful and the essence of our being from the beginning to the end. He is the God who knows the end from the beginning. He is the God who created all that exist and sustains all His creations.
We praise God through singing of songs, hymns, prayer and worship. We praise God in private and in public settings; simply praise God for He is worthy.
God our deliverer praise Him.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Transformed In Christ

Romans 12:2

....Be not transformed to this world, but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect will of God.

Paul is encouraging the Romans believers to reframe from bowing to this world's pressure to conform to its morals and values as they are contrary to those of God. These words of encouragement apply to all believers today and for generations to come.
It is noteworthy to say in today's society corruption is everywhere and in some instances have made it way into the church. What must believers do? Believers are instruments of righteousness who are called by God to be His spokespersons; therefore, we are compelled to call out sin when ever and wherever is appears. Believers being the righteous of Christ we are to let our light shine everywhere we go and in all situations. This includes shinning the light of Christ even in the church when its core principles have been compromised.
To be nonconforming to this world, believers have the indwelling Holy Spirit to aid in our efforts of living sanctified lives in the face of a corrupt society. Also, being non conformant to this world, believers are better able to do the will of God which pleases Him. Lastly, being nonconforming to this world and persevere to the end will spend eternity with Christ in the New Jerusalem.
Believers, we are transformed in Christ because of His atoning work on Calvary's cross.
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Friday, November 6, 2015

The Great Assembly

Psalm 89:7

God is greatly to be feared in the assembly of the saints, and to be had in reverence of all them that are about Him.

Our scripture text makes a profound statement as it relates to the assembling of the saints and what mindset all believers should have while looking forward to that great and glorious assembly in heaven with God. All believers are to honor God with a reverential fear recognizing Him for who He is and His sovereign powers.
God is worthy of all glory and honor daily, and with the coming together of the saints in our local congregations to worship and glorify God; what a glorious time that is; then imagine the joyful time that will be when all God's children from every nation is gathered together in one place giving Him praise. There will be ongoing praise and worship services; even the angels in heaven bow before the King singing Hallelujah glory hallelujah to the Lord our Savior. 
That said, while here on earth let every heart sing praises unto the Lord God of host, and serve the Lord with gladness (Psalm 100:2). Enter into His courts with praise, and bless His name as His mercy endureth for ever. (Psalm 100:4-5).
All believers are chosen by God to be in His great assembly; therefore, thank Him for being His elect.
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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Alive In Christ

1 Corinthians 15:20-22

...Now is Christ rose from the dead, and became the firstfruit of them that slept. For since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead. For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.

What is our text saying to us? It is saying that all who are in Christ and when this earthly tabernacle is over will live again because He rose from the dead with all power; therefore, He became the firstfruit of the dead. This also mean that all believers' resurrection is assured in Christ, because as He live so shall we.
Our scripture text is also saying that Christ is alive and all believers are alive in Christ as He is the essence of our being from the beginning unto the end. Believers, we serve a risen Savior; therefore, serve Him with all reverence, glory and honor. It is in Christ that we have our being as Christ is the first of everything. That said all believers died and rose with Christ and is assured of being in the wheat harvest who will reign with Christ in the New Jerusalem.
Being alive in Christ; believers are sons and daughter of God and members of His holy nation of peculiar people. Being alive is Christ; believers are co-heirs with Christ and will share in the blessings God has stowed up for us.
Just as Christ is alive so are we.

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Friday, October 30, 2015

God's Truth

Psalm 25:5; 91:4; 119:142

Lead me in thy truth, and teach me; for thou art the God of my salvation, on thee do I wait all the day. He shall cover thee with His feathers, and under His wings shalt thou trust; His truth shall be thy shield and buckler. Thy righteousness is an everlasting righteousness, and thy law is the truth.

Wondering what to write for today's inspirational message, the Lord spoke to me and said "what about My truth?" In today's society it appears as though the truth has become passé and untruths is being readily accepted. Let me remind all that God's truth will last forever as it has and those of us who are wise is still standing on the truth of God's Word. God's truth is the law and if God said it then that settle it for He is righteous, holy, unchangeable, and cannot lie.
Therefore, stand firm on the truth as it is our shield and buckler; meaning it will protect us from all unrighteousness, lies and unwarranted attacks for standing firm on the truth and for what is right.
There is no other truth but God's truth.
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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Dwell With God

1 John 4:15

Whosoever shall confess that Jesus is the Son of God, God dwelleth with him, and He is God.
These questions come to mind, how and where will believers dwell with God? Believers will live with God in that mansion in the sky called heaven and will reign with Christ when He returns to earth to establish His earthly kingdom in the New Jerusalem. Living in the presence of God will last forever, which is the reward of salvation. Salvation is received after hearing the Word and then accepting the call to repent.
Believers live with God by accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior who died on the cross at Calvary paying our sin-debt. Accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and Savor is done in faith and saying yes He is God the Father's only begotten Son. Christ's atoning work reconciled sinful man back to holy God as Christ is the door through which man has access to the Father.
It is noteworthy to say; all who dwell with God will have glorified Christ-like bodies as all believers will have been washed in Christ's blood. We have a crown of righteous waiting for us as well as golden slippers. Living in the presence of God there will be no more pain and suffering or tears to shed, because they will have been done away with.
Living in the presence of God will be one glorious event.
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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Prayer Meeting

Acts 2:42-47

And they continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers. Praising God and having favor with all the people. And the Lord added to the church daily such as should be served.

I felt urged by the Holy Spirit to revisit a passage of scripture which depicts the importance and power of prayer meetings by focusing the church gathering together in genuine prayer and being on one accord. The result will be church growth church from new members being added to the church, a spirit-filled church with love, peace and harmony among the congregation. As new members come to Christ they too commit themselves to serving God in kingdom building through powerful witness and holy living while serving others.
This also speaks to the power of prayer and what can and will happen when the church comes together in prayer. Reflect on the church praying for Peter's release and Paul and Silas midnight prayer meeting and the results of each. Who can forget when the church remained steadfast in prayer at the coming of the Holy Spirit and the number of souls that were saved as a result?
I can remember those old fashioned prayer meetings when I was a child in the South and the fellowship that existed among the members and the Holy Spirit being in the midst. There were love, peace, care and harmony as all were one accord and with one goal, which was to commune with God.
Prayer meetings are the coming together of God's children to communicate with Him through prayer.
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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Fishers Of Men

Matthew 4:19

And He said unto them; follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men

The setting for today's topical discussion is during the beginning of Jesus' ministry when He was calling His disciples. The first two of Jesus' disciples were Peter and Andrew, two brothers who were fishermen by trade when Jesus summoned them to follow Him.
These two men immediately left their fishing boats to follow Jesus; which brings to mind these questions, what would you and I had done when Jesus made such a request? Would there have been twenty questions or would we have said yes to Jesus?
Jesus is still calling fishers of men in the form of pastors, evangelist, teachers, deacons, prophets, writers who write as God have given, and then there are the lay people who witness Christ wherever they go. All have a message of salvation to a dying world.
As fishers of men, we as believers are shinning the light of God's glory, His righteousness while wearing His righteous garment of salvation. The church as a whole is a fisherman's ministry as it is the city that is set upon a hill serving as the light directing lost souls to Christ. This world is darkened by sin and need the direction of the church an individual believers saying what thus saith the Lord.
This question come to mind, are we casting our nets far enough into the deep sea of darkness? The world is the sea and is filled with fish-lost souls.

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Monday, October 12, 2015

Preparing For God's Harvest

Nehemiah 1:9

But if ye turn unto Me, and keep my commandments, and do to them; though there were of you cast out unto the uttermost part of the heaven, yet will I gather them from thence, and will bring them unto the place that I have chosen to set my name there.

Today's discussion is taken from this month's devotional which talks about humanity preparing for God's harvest.
What is God's harvest? It is God gathering all humanity before Him for the great separation. All in Christ will be gathered in God's garner-heaven and the unsaved will be cast in the lake of fire for eternal separation from our creator and sustainer.
How do we prepare for God's harvest? First, we accept God's Son Jesus Christ as our personal Savior, and then commit ourselves to walking in the light of Christ. He is the truth and the light. Jesus stated that no man come to the Father unless they come through Him, because He died for the sins of this world, which makes Him the doorway into heaven.
Second, we walk in the ways of God while obeying His commandments as we live in union with our Savior Jesus Christ. We as believers are instruments of righteousness and as a child of God we wear His righteous garment of salvation. Wearing God's garment of salvation we walk in harmony with God. This is accomplished by making our house one of prayer, making intercessory prayers for self and others and making them effective by being honest in our prayers while praying from the heart.
Third, we humble ourselves before a holy God by communicating with Him through daily prayer, Bible reading and meditating on the Word while allowing God's Word direct our footsteps. Having a spirit of humility we have a right view of God, self and others.
Fourth, we witness Christ the world over as we obey the Great Commission given by Christ Himself as He is with us through His Spirit the Holy Spirit. With the abiding Holy Spirit we witness Christ with boldness and power.
Fifth, believers are to remain faithful and unwavering in our faith because during the harvest all will have to give an account of his or her stewardship.
The harvest is coming. God is going to separate the wheat from the tare; therefore, prepare. Wheat or tare?
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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Salvation Promise

John 3:16

For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life:

Today's message is taking a look at the promises God made in return for all who believe in Jesus Christ and accept Him as our Lord and Savior.
The question now becomes, what are the promises God made? They are: (a) all who believe and accept His Son as Lord and Savior shall not perish. To perish mean that we will die a spiritual death after this earthly life is over; therefore, we will spend eternity separate from God our creator and sustainer. (b) The promise of everlasting life means that all believers will live forever after this earthly life is over. Living an everlasting life is in the presence of God.
These promises are based on all believers accepting Jesus Christ as our Savior and that He is the Son of God who was given as the sin offering paying man's sin-debt. To believe in Jesus is a manifestation of one's conviction that Jesus being God's Son is the Savior for lost humanity. Believing is also the full assurance that Jesus Christ will bring all believers into final stage of salvation and a restored fellowship with God the Father as Jesus is the doorway to the Father. Lastly, our belief in Jesus is surrending all to Jesus while remaining in obedience to Him.
God's promises are guaranteed and they will come to pass; therefore, take God at His Word.

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Heaven Our Final Destination

II Timothy 4:18

And the Lord shall deliver me from every evil work, and will preserve me unto His heavenly kingdom; to whom be glory for ever and ever.

Heaven is a prepared place that God prepared for His people from the foundation of the world. That being said, heaven is all believers home where our true citizenship is; even though while here on earth we are citizens of earth on our way to heaven. Believers can take comfort in knowing that we have a home not made by hand and cannot be destroyed by any evil methods of Satan.
In our heavenly home there will be nothing but joy, love, heavenly praises and worship and all believers will participate in the marriage ceremony to the Lamb of God Jesus Christ.
In our heavenly home all believers will be transformed into the image and likeness of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior. There will be no more pain and suffering, no more body decay as we will be dressed in immortality. In our heavenly home, believers will bask in God's glory that lasts for ever and ever. What a joyous time that will be to bask in the glory of God?
Believers, we have a future hope of glory in the presence of the Lord and this hope is assured by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. What an assurance?
While on our faith journey heaven is in view.

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