Heaven is open

During the night Paul had a vision of a man of Macedonia standing and begging him, “Come over to Macedonia and help us.”
~ Acts 16:9

How long will eternity last?

Seriously, stop and think about that question.

When you think about it, it’s mind-boggling. The hymn “Amazing Grace” reads, “When we’ve been there 10,000 years, bright shining as the sun, we’ve no less days to sing God’s praise, then when we’d first begun.” And that’s true! Eternity will go on and on and on and on and …, well, you get the picture.

Of course, for us who are believers in Jesus, that’s an awesome thing! We’ll be enjoying God’s love and praising him, and it will be incredibly meaningful and joyful!

But for those who go to hell? It will be horrible, horrible, horrible! Separated forever from God and his love, suffering without end!

So can we understand the plea from the Macedonian man? What did the people in that area need? More than anything else they needed to know about Jesus and his forgiving love! More than anything else they needed to know that God loved them! More than anything else they needed to know that heaven was open for them because Jesus had died and risen!

And wonderfully God has brought that knowledge to you! God has “helped” you in bringing you to know that Jesus is your Savior! God has “helped” you in knowing that you’re on your way to heaven! Could anything be more important, more valuable than that?!

And now you get the honor of “helping” others, by leading them to Jesus. Whom can you “help” today?

Lord Jesus, thank you for “helping” me and leading me to trust that you have saved me. Fill me with appreciation! Show me how to “help” others to know you. Amen.

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About Living Hope Church

We are a WELS Lutheran Church located in Omaha, Nebraska, in the Millard area. We invite you to learn with us about Jesus Christ, the son of God, our Savior. We provide child care and preschool education through Our Precious Lambs.
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