These are they who deny not the Holy Spirit. These are they who are thrust down to hell. These are they who shall not be redeemed from the devil until the last resurrection, until the Lord, even Christ the Lamb, shall have finished his work. These are they who suffer the wrath of God on earth. These are they who suffer the vengeance of eternal fire.
Seeing Beyond the Veil – Feeding On Jesus
These are they who are cast down to hell and suffer the wrath of Almighty God, until the fulness of times, when Christ shall have subdued all enemies under his feet, and shall have perfected his work. What is the damnation of hell?
To go with that society who have not obeyed His commands. This is the punishment of the wicked; their doubt, anxiety and suspense cause weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth. Hence the saying, They shall go into the lake that burns with fire and brimstone [see Revelation ].
The torment of disappointment in the mind of man is as exquisite as a lake burning with fire and brimstone. I say, so is the torment of man. Consider these ideas as you study the chapter or as you prepare to teach. What personal experiences have helped you understand that meditating can lead to increased understanding?
IN PRINT: BOOKS
As you study or discuss this chapter, as well as other chapters, take time to meditate about the truths you read. How do the teachings in this chapter help you understand these verses?
- When Dream and Day Unite.
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board Review (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Review Series Book 1).
- Beyond the Veil: Life in the Eternities.
- Theasaurus: Veils!
- IN PRINT: CHAPBOOKS!
- Beyond The Veil, A Fantastic Reality Opens;
What promises are given to those who are valiant in the testimony of Jesus? How does faith in Jesus Christ help us overcome our problems in this life? What experiences have you had that illustrate our need to learn and grow in this way? What can we do to help others avoid being blinded? What do these words and phrases communicate to you? Everything about His glorious, beautiful heart is made known to you in ever-increasing ways. What results from this is a spontaneous growth of hope inside of you. This is how. When you come to understand, deep, deep in your heart of hearts, how tenderly, fiercely, and relentlessly He loves you… how utterly cherished you are… in what capable, gentle, mighty hands you are held… then all your thoughts about what is to come become sealed into a cocoon of hope.
A God so good, so fervently devoted to you… One who has pledged His everlasting love to you… could only have the most precious of plans for you. Thus, coming to know Him through close communion breeds living, burgeoning hope in your being. The passage in 2 Corinthians 3 on which we have been ruminating tells us that we need Holy Spirit to take away the veil that keeps us from looking at God vv.
When, and only when, He removes this shroud of unbelief from our hearts, we can begin to behold His glory. Then we can get to know Him more and more deeply. Then hope can start to thrive and flourish in our spirits.
- Visions Beyond The Veil.
- EL OLOR DE LA BRUMA (Spanish Edition)!
- The Value of the Veil.
It moves us entirely beyond the veil that used to keep us from seeing Him. We can conclude, then, that seeing God produces hope; and hope, in turn, allows us to see even more of Him!
What a breathtaking cycle upwards in ever-increasing glory! We know that beholding the glory of the Lord causes hope to blossom in our lives. We know that we need that hope for our spirits just like we need oxygen for our lungs. This can only mean one thing.
Beyond the Veil
We desperately need to make space in our lives to gaze on Him and drink in His glory! As we digest this principle, Holy Spirit does not want us to get down on ourselves about how much or little we have begun to walk in these truths. Our growth in both hope and intimacy with God must, by nature, take place gradually. Sometimes we are tempted to be frustrated when it feels like we are progressing very slowly.
So then, resting in His promise to complete the good work He has begun in us Phil. Do you find yourself encouraged, spurred on by this devo? Make sure and subscribe, below or on the sidebar! Like Liked by 1 person. Like Like. You are commenting using your WordPress.