7 Days in Heaven Challenge: Day 4

7 Days in Heaven Challenge: Day 4 Flash Mobs and Wedding Feasts

Day 4  Scriptures

Psalm 45
Isaiah 65: 17-25
Revelation 21: 1-8
Take time to prayerfully read and mull over these Scriptures.  Write the one verse that really sticks out to you or you have questions about.  Dialogue with Jesus about it.  Write down the insights you feel He gives you.

Optional instrumental worship music  to play in the background as you read the Word of God (for some this may help to enter more deeply into the scriptures, for some silence will be better). You may also want to try reading the Bible passages out loud. 

Daily Inspiration to Imagine Heaven

 These are just fun or inspirational for you to enjoy.  The feelings the resources in this section evoke are meant to give us a tiny taste of some form of earthly goodness that maybe can translate to teeny glimmer of the GREATNESS of Heaven!
Day 4:  Bringing the Halleluia Chorus and worship to the King of Kings to unsuspecting bystanders at the Mall.  A little taste of the power of hearts and minds stopping in awe of God's beauty and the power of the Gospel.  
Bonus: 4 Minute Song -- "This is what Heaven feels like....it feels like family..."

Theological Resource

For a longer theological explanation from Fr. Chris Alar, check out all or part of this video!

Worship Song of the Day 

Day 4: "Worthy of It All" David Brymer
We will be worshipping the Lord for all eternity, singing with our voices.  Let's start now.  It takes practice...enter in to today's song, sing along and truly picture yourself before the throne of GOD offering high praise to God with the angels and the saints, and all those who have gone before you.  The more heart you really give to this 5 minutes of worshipping the Lord, the more you will be able to enter into the REAL song of Heaven that is being sung all the time...we just have to tune our ears to hear it and our hearts to know what the saints have discovered--that God is WORTHY of all our love, devotion and worship....and we were "made for the praise of His glory" (See Ephesians 1). 

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