At the beginning of Revelation 4, a man tells the apostle John, “Come up here.”
What was death to the children of Israel at the time of Moses is an invitation extended to us today: Come up here.
When Jesus taught on prayer, he began, “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.”
How can you effectively pray God’s kingdom on earth, if you don’t know what heaven looks like?
It’s easier to pray more effectively if you understand what you're praying for.
Catch a glimpse of heaven in these short free verse poems.
After an overview of the first three chapters of Revelation, enjoy a word-by-word look at Revelation 4 and 5, on the beauty and majesty of the throne room of God.
Throw off hopelessness, disappointment and despair, weariness, apathy, disgust, boredom, and ennui.
Gain hope, expectation, new strength, perspective, and joy.