Tuesday, August 24
Revelation 21:1-21 Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more...
think about it.
Who or what is the Bride of the Lamb (21:9-14)? What does this significant city, built of gold, pearl and precious stones, tell you about God's glory? His character?
So far this week we've been in Revelation 21 reading about a new heaven and earth and specifically the New Jerusalem. Verse 5 kind of says it all "Behold I am making all things new." Now I love that God is all about "new." And that applies to us as well. We are made new when we accept Christ as our Savior. We're a new creation. Pretty amazing, yet I don't necessarily think about it that much.
So what does being made new mean for you? How is it playing out in your life, even if you've been a Christ follower for many years? Being a Christian is a process. So let's think about where we're at in our walk and where we want to go as we move forward. Tami W.
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