by Jeff Schreve

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Monday's In Heaven (3 of 5)
Series: There's No Place like Heaven
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Revelation 22:1-6

If you have your Bibles turn to Revelation chapter twenty-two - it is the last chapter in the Bible. Now, we are in the very heart of summer time and I love summer time and I really loved summer time when I was a kid. I think every kid loves summer time more than anybody else because summer time is no school time. You are out of school and I remember when I was a kid I so looked forward to summer because I was going to be out of school and there was no more homework, there were no more papers to write and you could stay up late. You didn't have to mess with an alarm clock because, hey I don't have anywhere to go - I'm a kid. I don't have a job yet so I just get to have fun. Summer time you go to the pool, hang out with friends, watch TV, go play ball with your buddies - it is awesome. That is through June. And then July hits. Maybe some of your friends go out of town. The pool gets kind of old. And you are thinking, man, I don't have anything to do. I remember going up to my Mom, "Mom, I'm bored. I don't have anything to do." She said, "Read a book. Wash the car. Clean the kitchen." I said, "Well, maybe I'll talk to Dad." But have you ever been there where you just get bored? And it just seems like everyday is the same day and it is the same old, same old and it is kind of blah.

Now when it comes to the subject of eternity in Heaven with God lots of people think, I don't know what we are going to do Jeff and I have a sneaking suspicion that it might get a little monotonous. It might get a little boring. And we have the idea of sitting on a cloud, plucking a harp and it is just going to be eons and eons and eons of boredom. It is kind of like that feeling - people have this feeling in their hearts that Bill Murray had when he got locked into the same day, February second - Groundhog Day. That is nothing like Heaven. Heaven is not just the same day over ...

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