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Tim Melton - June 7, 2020

Viewing Our Suffering Through the Lens of Eternity

Viewing Our Suffering Through the Lens of Eternity

The book of Revelation is calling us to look through an eternal lens. It is written for those who have their eyes fixed on heaven and not on this world. It is written from the perspective of heaven. If we approach these verses from a worldly perspective, seeking success, pleasure, comfort and material gain, the verses will never make sense. They will be blurry and unclear and even offensive. If we are wearing the lens of the world the reality of God cannot be seen.

Scripture References: Revelation 2:8-11

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Tim Melton - June 7, 2020

Viewing Our Suffering Through the Lens of Eternity

Viewing Our Suffering Through the Lens of Eternity

The book of Revelation is calling us to look through an eternal lens. It is written for those who have their eyes fixed on heaven and not on this world. It is written from the perspective of heaven. If we approach these verses from a worldly perspective, seeking success, pleasure, comfort and material gain, the verses will never make sense. They will be blurry and unclear and even offensive. If we are wearing the lens of the world the reality of God cannot be seen.

Scripture References: Revelation 2:8-11

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