The Blessing of Heaven (4 of 5) by Fred Lowery
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Series: Heaven Is A Real Place
Dr. Fred Lowery
Revelation 22:1-2; John 7:37-38; Psalms 46:4-5; Genesis 2:9-10; Revelation 22:3; Psalms 16:11; Revelation 22:4; Revelation 1:7-8; Revelation 22:7; Revelation 22:12; Revelation 22:20; Revelation 21:27
November 19, 2006
We always assume that everybody out there knows everybody, but that was Will Guyton our Student Ministry guy and that's of course Justin our Family Minister and Geof so what incredible talent that God has given us and we thank Him. And thank you Justin. We are in a series, short series on Heaven. But a few years ago a group called Blood, Sweat and Tears some of you older people might remember that name. They had a song entitled "When I die" and a line said this I swear they ain't know heaven and I pray there ain't no hell. Bad grammar, terrible theology. Because the Bible clearly teaches that there is both a heaven for the saved and a hell for the lost. That heaven is a real place where real people will spend a real eternity. Heaven is a prepared place for a prepared people. You have to have a reservation. You have to have a ticket. No one is good enough to make it to heaven. I'm not, you're not. No one can talk his or her way into heaven. You know some people just make it through life kind of talking their way in and out of stuff. Well you can't do that. You can't talk your way into heaven. You can't work your way into heaven. Come to Jesus. He is the only way to heaven. There is no other way. Jesus said anybody who tries to get up to heaven any other way is a thief and a robber and certainly will not get there. So last Sunday we talked about the walls of heaven. We were looking at Revelation 21and remember Revelation 21and 22 tell us the most about heaven in the entire Bible. We talked about the walls of heaven and the gates of pearl. An oyster, you know how that happens, that sand gets in there and begins to irritate, to wound, to hurt and th ...
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