Tuesday, August 14, 2012


Do you ever find yourself thinking about what Heaven will be like
and what we'll be doing there?


Mansions Galore!    

  I've heard sermons and read Scripture enough to know that Heaven is a wonderful place in which to spend eternity.  I believe when I see Heaven it will literally take my breath away!  According to John 14:2 my eternal home in Heaven is a promised place so special that Jesus Himself is preparing it for me.  "In My Father's house are many mansions:  if it were not so, I would have told you.  I go to prepare a place for you."  What's more, according to the next verse, "I will come again, and receive you unto Myself; that where I am, there ye may be also."  Jesus will be my "chauffeur" to Heaven!

Uninterrupted Praise!

     What will we be doing in Heaven for eternity, do you think?  First of all, our bodies will be changed from what we are now...into just what body I'm not quite sure...but I do know this earthly body will be perfectly heavenly!  That's great news isn't it!  We will not be concerned about daily appointments, gasoline prices, or dusting furniture, so that's good.  All the things that we are busy about today will be forever done away with.  The things we dread doing (like dusting furniture!) will be no more.  Even the things we enjoy (like spending time with family) will be no more.  But, we will not be missing out on anything because our entire being will be worshipping and singing praises to God.  Today, our public and personal worship time can be interrupted by things that demand our attention.  In Heaven we will have uninterrupted fellowship with God.  We will be forever getting to know Him better. 
     My prayer is that you have certainty in your heart
that heaven is your eternal home. 


  1. It will be a glorious day when we can see our Lord face to face and worship him without the constraints of our sinful nature!!

  2. I can only imagine...
    Holy, holy, holy, it truly will be a glorious day when we see Jesus face to face what a day (because there will be no night!) that will be! Thank you Lord for that glorious hope of eternity with You!

  3. I know I will be there. It's one of God's promises that keeps me persevering. ~ Abby