Where God Lives: A Glimpse into God's House (2 of 2) by Brad Whitt
This content is part of a series.Where God Lives: A Glimpse into God's House
Series: You Asked For It 2005
INTRO: I want you to take your Bibles now this morning and be finding your place at the last book of the Bible, the book of the Revelation, the 21st chapter. Today I want to talk to you about the place "Where God Lives." And that, of course, is the place called Heaven. And what I want to do today is give you just a little glimpse into God's house.
Now, I need to make a little disclaimer right here. It didn't take me too long to figure out while I was preparing for this message that there is really no way that we could cover everything that the Bible has to say about heaven or answer all of the questions that we have about heaven in one Sunday morning service. There's just too much. It's just too big. And just to be honest, there's no way that our minds can really comprehend it all anyway. Paul said, "Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, Nor have entered into the heart of man The things which God has prepared for those who love Him."
ILLUS: It's kind of like what a park ranger said in Yosemite National Park. He had a lady run up to him one day and said, "Quick, if you only had an hour to spend in Yosemite what would you do first?" That park ranger looked back at that lady and said, "Ma'am. If I only had an hour to see Yosemite, I'd sit down on a rock and cry for that hour."
Well, after this week, I understand what he meant. There's just no way to cover all of the splendors and sights and sounds of heaven in an hour. But, it's also too important to miss or skip over as well. I mean, if this is the place where we're going to live for ever and ever and ever, don't you think that we should know a little bit about it? So, let me go ahead and reassure you and put your mind at rest, we're going to make this a two part sermon today. Whatever we don't finish this morning, we'll finish up tonite. So, let me encourage you to enjoy this morning's se ...
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