Tag Archives: heavenly praise

Sights and Sounds Behind the Door

John first hears what the Spirit says to the churches on earth (Rev. 2 & 3), and then in Revelation 4, he’s invited to experience what those who overcome will experience in heaven. We often refer to the “pearly gates” … Continue reading

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The Sweet Psalmist

Is Jesus a songwriter? Hovering over the following verse has me asking the question. Now these are the last words of David: The oracle of David, the son of Jesse, the oracle of the man who was raised on high, … Continue reading

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He Is Our Song!

I’ve said it before, I don’t get songless saints. Not judging. Just can’t relate to believers who aren’t compelled to sing. Maybe it’s because part of my salvation story involved thinking I was going to a lose my song when … Continue reading

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Behold the Lamb . . . Forever!

I’m reading the second to last chapter in the Bible this morning. The end of the story, the beginning of eternity. And what strikes me is the number of times John, in his prophetic heavenly vision, refers to “the Lamb.” … Continue reading

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Crown Casters

Whoever they are, they are obviously very important. While there are different views as to who the twenty-four elders are who sit on the twenty-four thrones around THE throne of heaven, though there are different interpretations of who and what … Continue reading

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The Crescendo of Heaven

Some thoughts from 2010 that stirred my soul this morning . . . “Blessed are those who are invited to the marriage supper of the Lamb.” (Revelation 19:9 ESV) And with that declaration Revelation 19 stirs the heart and the … Continue reading

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