Revelation 7:17a ‘And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes.’
Chapter seven of Revelation is a superb chapter, full to the brim with promise and hope. And it ends with the elegant verse above.
The Book of Revelation certainly has its fair share of darkness woven through its pages. As we pass through the tribulation, many will know deep anguish.
But yet we have a faithful Lord, walking with us, ready to rescue us before He pours out His wrath on this earth, ready to restore us and wipe away our tears, ready to welcome us into eternal glory!
All will be well! All will be well!
Tomorrow I start a new series.
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For my previous posts:
- Revelation 19:10 The Testimony of Jesus…One understanding of the testimony of Jesus is that he will return as the radiant King; and he will bring peace and righteousness to this earth when he establishes his kingdom and reigns from Jerusalem.
- Revelation 19:9 InvitedThe Church as a whole will be invited to the wedding as a corporate being but we will also be invited as individuals, by virtue of our personal salvation that we have received.For many of us who are not usually invited to high-society events and who are often left out and behind, this comes as a blessing indeed!
- Revelation 19:7 Eager AnticipationIn the same way, we are called to look forward to the day when we meet with Christ Jesus, on the day that he returns in power and glory. He is our blessed hope and our lives lived here on earth should be directed towards this coming moment.
- Revelation 19:7 A Wedding!I pray that we will live out our salvation with fear and trembling, and walk closely with our Lord, that we might walk with confidence and reassurance, knowing that we will be warmly welcomed and honoured as a guest, wearing the white robes of righteousness.
- Revelation 19:6 Hollering With JoyThis side of glory, we pass through victories and defeats, as we march faithfully on. But even the most stoic and conservative amongst us might be forgiven here for ‘hollerin and a hooterin’ around the yard and throwing his hat up wildly in the air!