By Peter Todd
What fills our eyes, fills our hearts. What fills our hearts, fuels our future and the process our lives. it is a booklet of desire and beauty. In those splendidly crafted pages, you will discover:
* Your hope for worship rekindled. * That an open heaven is anticipating your worship. * the adventure of heavenly worship results in His presence. * The 5 songs of heavenly worship. * That heaven is our home—not simply our destiny.
Heavenly Worship takes us on an inspiring trip within which we're awed and empowered in order that our love doesn't develop chilly. in this heavenly trip, you can be refreshed, refilled, and recommissioned so you might remain trustworthy and fruitful. given that, then, you've been raised with Christ, set your hearts on issues above, the place Christ is seated on the correct hand of God. Set your minds on issues above, no longer on earthly issues. (Col. 3:1)
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90:2). He is not going to retire or throw off His responsibilities to find a quieter life. He loves being God; He always has and He always will! At the beginning of this chapter, I said that John—in his journey to the center of worship—is first confronted by the throne. It is certainly a confrontation! ” The throne exposes issues of sovereignty, control, and authority in our lives. If we want to go further into Heaven, we have to settle these issues, and probably not do so just once, but again and again.
The trumpet sound got louder and louder as they got closer, until the voice called Moses to come up and meet with Him (see Exod. 19:16-20). There, on the mountain, God explained His plans to His servant, so that Moses, in turn, could tell God’s people. The trumpet voice in Revelation calls John up through the door for the same purpose: “Come up here and I will show you what must take place after this” (Rev. 4:1). The week before I was to speak on this passage, I had read the story of Jacob’s ladder to my one-and-a-half-year-old daughter.
On one occasion, I watched as a storm rolled in from the west. Two huge pillars of black clouds— one on the right and one on the left, and joined together by a lower cloud in the middle—created the impression of an enormous chair. The storm totally dominated the skyline. This vista gave me some perspective of what John was seeing. The throne in Heaven totally filled John’s gaze. Much could be said in an attempt to describe this throne. But rather than try to explain what it is—which is close to impossible—perhaps it is simpler to explain what it is not.