I Dream Of Jesus

Title: I Dream Of Jesus

Bible Book: Revelation 4

Author: Steve Wagers

Subject: Heaven; Throne of God; Homecoming



Some years ago, radio evangelist, Charles E. Fuller, announced that he would speak the following Sunday on "Heaven." It was to be broadcast on radio. During that week he received a letter from an elderly gentleman who was very ill. Here is part of that letter:

"Next Sunday you are to talk about 'Heaven.' I am interested in that land because I have held a clear title to a bit of property there for over 55 years. I did not buy it. It was given to me without money and without price. But the donor purchased it for me at a tremendous sacrifice. I am not holding it for speculation since the title is non-transferable.

It is not a vacant lot. For more than a half-century I have been sending material out of which the greatest architect and builder of the universe has been building a home for me, which will never need to be repaired because it will suit me perfectly, individually, and will never grow old. Termites can never undermine its foundation for it rests upon the Rock of Ages. Fire cannot destroy it. Floods cannot wash it away. No locks or bolts will ever be placed upon its doors, for no vicious person can ever enter that land where my dwelling stands, now almost completed and ready for me to enter it and abide in peace eternally without fear of being ejected.

There is a valley of deep shadow between the place where I live and that to which I shall journey in a very short time. I cannot reach my home in the City of God without passing through the dark valley of shadows. But I am not afraid, because the best friend that I have ever had went through the same valley alone, a long, long, time ago and drove away all the gloom. He has stuck by me through thick and thin since we first met and became acquainted 55 years ago, and I hold His promise in printed form, never to forsake nor to leave me alone.

He will be with me as I walk through the valley of shadows, and I shall not lose my way when He is with me. I hope to hear your sermon on "Heaven" next Sunday from my home, but I have no assurance that I shall be able to do so. My ticket to heaven has no date marked for the journey...no return coupon...and no permit for baggage. Yes, I am ready to go and may not be here while you are talking next Sunday, but I shall meet you there some day."

In his book, “Heaven,” Randy Alcorn lists some of the different ideologies concerning the reality of a place called Heaven.

* Australian aborigines believe that Heaven is a distant island beyond the western horizon.

* Finns believe that Heaven was an island in the Far East.

* Mexicans/Polynesians believe that after death they go to the sun.

* Indians believe it is where their spirits hunt spirits of buffalo.

* Egyptians believe that maps would guide them to future world.

* Romans see it as a picnic in the Elysian's fields while horses graze.

* Seneca said of it, "The day thou fearest as the last is the birthday of eternity." [1]

There are many different ideologies and beliefs when it comes to Heaven, however in Revelation 4-5 we read what a man who actually saw Heaven has to say about it.

What John describes is nothing short of breath-taking. The setting is sublime, the scene is special, the sights are splendid, and the sounds are sweet. He foresees the greatest worship service that will ever take place.

One of the classic shows of yesteryear was the show, “I Dream of Jeanie.” I believe we could adjust the title a little to describe John’s revelation in the text before us, as he dreams of Jesus. He shows that Jesus is not where Heaven is; but Heaven Is Where Jesus Is!

I. The Face That Lights Up Heaven

As Marco Polo, the famous Venetian traveler of the 13th century, lay dying, he was urged by his detractors to recant and withdraw the stories he had told about China and the lands of the Far East. But he emphatically refused, and said, "I will not, I shall not, I cannot, because I have not told half of what I saw."

We don’t know whether or not John told the “half of what he saw,” but what he does tell of the infinite cannot be grasped by the finite.

The first thing John describes is WHO he saw. 3 times in Revelation, John makes reference to the “face” of the One he saw.

[6:16] “And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne.”

[20:11] “And I saw a great white throne, and him that sat on it, from whose face the earth and the heaven fled away; and there was found no place for them.”

[22:4] “And they shall see his face...”

In our text, John describes it another way:

[4:2-3] “And immediately I was in the spirit: and, behold, a throne was set in heaven, and one sat on the throne. [3] And he that sat was to look upon like a jasper and a sardine stone: and there was a rainbow round about the throne, in sight like unto an emerald.”

A. Authoritatively Powerful

Revelation 4 is interpreted by dispensationalists as the Pre-Tribulation Rapture of the church. Most view Revelation 2-3 as the Church Age, and when John heard “a voice” and a “trumpet” that said, “Come up hither,” that describes the rapture of the church.

I do not disagree with that dispensational theology, but what I want you to see is what John saw when “a door was opened in Heaven.” In verse 2, he sees a “throne;” but, not one that is vacant, one that is Occupied!

He saw the One who occupied the throne.

[4: 5-8] “And out of the throne proceeded lightnings and thunderings and voices: and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God. [6]And before the throne there was a sea of glass like unto crystal: and in the midst of the throne, and round about the throne, were four beasts full of eyes before and behind. [7]And the first beast was like a lion, and the second beast like a calf, and the third beast had a face as a man, and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle. [8]And the four beasts had each of them six wings about him; and they were full of eyes within: and they rest not day and night, saying, Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, which was, and is, and is to come.”

John saw a scene of power and great glory. He saw a throne, and out of the throne came “lightnings, thunderings, and voices, which are the seven Spirits of God.”

He saw the fulfillment of Isaiah’s vision in Isaiah 11. John saw the One who came forth, “A rod out of the stem of Jesse, and a Branch of his roots.”

He saw the 7 Spirits of God; the Spirit of the Lord, the Spirit of Wisdom, the Spirit of Understanding, the Spirit of Counsel, the Spirit of Might, the Spirit of Knowledge, and the Spirit of the Fear of the Lord.

In this one scene, we begin to discover a great deal about a Great God. But, the one overruling attribute is the fact the He is authoritatively preeminent and powerful.

In fact, the word “throne” is used 14 times in Revelation 4. He is given the name “Lord God Almighty,” and in the Greek text, it is used 6 times in Revelation. The word “Almighty” is used 9 times.

In simple terms, John saw King Jesus seated upon the throne. He saw the One who Created this world, controls this world, and completes this world.

He saw the:

One who He began His ministry by being hungry, yet He is the Bread of Life.

One who ended His earthly ministry by being thirsty, yet He is the Living Water. One who was weary, yet He is our rest.

One who was accused of having a demon, yet He cast out demons. One who wept, yet He wipes away our tears.

One who was sold for thirty pieces of silver, yet He redeemed the world.

One who was brought as a lamb to the slaughter, yet He is the Good Shepherd. One who died, yet by His death He destroyed the power of death.

One who had no beginning and will have no end.

One who was brought before a King, yet He is the King. He saw the One who:

In Chemistry, He took water, and without Chemistry lab, turned it into wine. In Biology, He was born without normal conception.

In Physics, He disproved the Law of Gravity when He ascended on high.

In Economics, He disproved the Law of Diminishing Return feeding 20,000 with 5 loaves and 2 fishes.

In Medicine, He healed the sick without administering the first dose of prescription medicine.

In History, He is the Alpha and Omega, the First and the Last, from everlasting to everlasting, the Beginning and the End.

In Government, He is the Wonderful Counselor, the Prince of Peace, and “of His kingdom there shall be no end.”

In Religion, He never told us about the way, and He never showed us to the way; He said, “I Am The Way!”

He saw the One, who is authoritatively powerful, and:

B. Perfectly Truthful

John saw the throne, and also:

[4: 3]“…he that sat was to look upon like a jasper and a sardine stone.”

We have seen his majesty, now we see His ministry. Here He is seen as the Great High Priest. In the Old Testament, the high priest wore a breastplate with 12 precious stones that represented the 12 tribes of Israel, the people of God.

The first and last stones, the alpha and omega, are the same stones described here as “jasper” and “sardine.”

Jasper refers to a diamond because it is pure and sparkling white. We know that because, in Revelation 21:11, we see that Heaven is, “arrayed with God’s glory…like a very precious stone, like a jasper stone, bright as crystal.”

The “sardine” stone is a dark, crimson red. These pictures are used to describe the pure, sparkling, transparent, and translucent ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ. He is our Great High Priest, who lived a sinless life, and died a sacrificial death.

On the Day of Atonement, the High Priest would present the blood sacrifice on behalf of the people for their sins. On His Day of Atonement, our Great High Priest, shed His own blood, sprinkled it on the Mercy Seat of Heaven, as the “Lamb slain before the foundation of the Word.”

Finally, John saw, not only One who is authoritatively powerful and perfectly truthful, but:

C. Eternally Faithful

I love the image found in the last part of verse 3.

[4: 3] “…a rainbow round about the throne, in sight like unto an emerald.”

The word “rainbow” is the Greek word iris, which means, “Halo.” But, there is something different about this rainbow, because it colored “emerald” green, which is the color of life.

As you know, the rainbow, after the flood, is a reminder of God’s covenant with His people, never to again destroy the Earth by water. Thus, every time we see a rainbow we are reminded that God is not only authoritatively powerful and perfectly truthful, but He is eternally faithful.

The rainbow went “round about the throne.” In other words, it is a perfect circle. When we see a rainbow, all we can see is a rounded shape of a bow. But, if we saw the rainbow from the other side of God’s perspective, we would see a perfect circle.

Let’s put it all together. It is emerald green, which is the color of life. It is a perfect circle, which means it represents eternity. Thus, this emerald green rainbow speaks of Eternal Life.

The rainbow that stands about the throne reminds us that if we have placed our faith and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ, We Will Live Forever And Never Die! Our life is as eternal and endless as the One who did not just give us life, but Who Is Our Life.

A woman who had been saved for a many, many years lay dying on her death bed. A friend came to visit her and they began talking about the afterlife. The dying woman began talking about going to Heaven and the rapture that flooded her soul. She talked about seeing old acquaintances, family, friends and loved ones.

Suddenly, her friend asked her how she could be so sure of the promise of eternal life. The dying woman said, “I have God’s Word on it.” The friend asked, “Well, suppose that you find out in a short time that you were not saved, and there is no Heaven.” The dying woman said, “I would lose my soul; but, God would lose His honor.”

This rainbow around the throne reminds us that God has not, will not, and cannot lose His honor. We are safe, sealed, secured, settled, and seated “in Heavenly places in Christ.” Thus, we can boldly declare with Paul,

“I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him against that day.” (2 Timothy 1: 12)

Secondly, when we all get to Heaven:

II. The Grace That Leads To Heaven

It was E. Stanley Jones who told of a missionary lost in the jungle. He got lost with nothing around him but bush and a few cleared places. He finally found a small village and asked one of the natives if he could lead him out of the jungle. The native said he could. "All right," the missionary said, "Show me the way." They walked for hours through dense brush hacking their way through unmarked jungle. The missionary began to worry and said, "Are you quite sure this is the way? Where is the path?" The native said. "Bwana, in this place there is no path. I am the path."

There is only one path that leads to Heaven, and it is the path called “Grace!” Ask John Bunyan what God gave him for the ashes of a sinful life. He shouts aloud for all the ages to hear, "I was a drunkard far away from God's fold, sinful, with an evil nature, vile and spiritually dead. I met God on the road to ruin. He lifted me to the heights of glory. He put a song in my heart and showed me the pilgrim's path from earth to glory."

Jesus is not seen as the Ruling One, but the Redeeming One. We are reminded of:

A. The Blood That Provides Redemption

[4: 4] “…clothed in white raiment; and they had on their heads crowns of gold.” Then, he heard those who are “clothed in white raiment” with crowns on their head,

[5: 9-10] “And they sung a new song, saying, Thou art worthy to take the book, and to open the seals thereof: for thou wast slain, and hast redeemed us to God by thy blood out of every kindred, and tongue, and people, and nation; [10] And hast made us unto our God kings and priests: and we shall reign on the earth.”

These redeemed saints are singing the song of redemption. It was a “new song” that tells of an ‘old story.’ It is the story of God’s redeeming grace demonstrated by a bloody cross.

He saw a, [5: 6] “Lamb as it had been slain.”

Jesus is referred to as a “Lamb” 28 times in the book of Revelation. The Greek word is arnion, which speaks of a “little pet lamb.” This is the type of lamb who, in Isaiah 53: 7, “…was oppressed, and he was afflicted, yet he opened not his mouth: he is brought as a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before her shearers is dumb, so he openeth not his mouth.”

Yet, this “little pet lamb” was the “Lamb of God that taketh away the sin of the world.” This little pet lamb is not meant to play on our sympathy, but it was meant to provide our salvation.

This Lamb is the theme of the book of Revelation.

* (6:16) God’s wrath is the “wrath of the Lamb.”

* (7:14) Tribulation saints are washed “in the blood of the Lamb.”

* (19:7) It consummates with the “marriage supper of the Lamb.”

* (21:9) The church is the “bride, the Lamb’s wife.”

* (22:1-3) The Heavenly throne is the “throne of God and of the Lamb.” Eliminate the Lamb of redemption and you eliminate the Lamb of Revelation.

B. The Book That Proclaims Redemption

In Revelation 5: 1, John saw a “book.” But, this was no ordinary book. There are several interesting things about this “book.”

This book is more literally a scroll. It was sealed with 7 seals so that it cannot be unrolled and read. This “book” could be opened by,

[5: 3] “…no man in heaven, nor in earth, neither under the earth…”

Some suggest that this “book” represents the Book of Life, which records every human birth. Others believe it is the Lamb’s Book of Life which records every Heavenly birth, or those who have been saved.

However, the “book” or scroll John saw is the title deed to this earth, which God will give to Christ. It was in His “right” hand, which speaks of power, dominion, or authority.

The book represents how Christ will fully and finally overcome that which rightfully belongs to him. He will do so by the means of the divine judgments about to be poured out upon the earth, when the 7 seals are loosed.

In the garden, God gave Adam dominion over creation. However, because of sin, Adam forfeited the dominion God had given him. Thus, the 2nd Adam, the Lord Jesus Christ, had to fix up what the 1st Adam had messed up.

At Creation: Dominion was Legally Lost

At Cross: Dominion was Righteously Regained At Ascension: Dominion was Gloriously Given

After Tribulation: Dominion will be Eternally Exercised

Thus, this book is not just a book of rights, but it is a book of redemption. It tells how Christ has, and will forever redeem this world from sin and Satan. It tells how that Christ will make right everything that sin made wrong.

It’s interesting that this book was not given in verbal form, but in written form. This is indicative of a permanent, indelible truth. It reminds us that what God has written, no one can change. It is as eternal as the God who wrote it.

Thus, because He is the One who righteously regained dominion from man’s ruin; He is the only One who is worthy to open the book that proclaims man’s redemption.

[5: 5] “The Lion of the tribe of Juda, the Root of David, hath prevailed to open the book, and to loose the seven seals thereof.”

And, because will rule and reign forever; [5: 10] “And hast made us unto our God kings and priests: and we shall reign on the earth.”

All of this made possible by the one-way street called Grace. John saves the best for last by not only speaking of the face that lights up Heaven and the grace that leads to Heaven, but:

III. The Race That Lives In Heaven

One day when George MacDonald, the great Scottish preacher and writer, was talking with his son, the conversation turned to heaven and the preachers' version of the end of all things. His son said, "It seems too good to be true." A smile crossed George MacDonald's whiskered face. He replied, "No son, it is just so good it must be true!"

If what John saw taking place in Heaven is real, and the authority of God’s Word proves that it is; then, the most amazing sight is the people saw as the eternal occupants of the city. He saw:

A. Forgiven By Jesus

[4: 4] “And round about the throne were four and twenty seats: and upon the seats I saw four and twenty elders sitting, clothed in white raiment; and they had on their heads crowns of gold.”

Some believe that these “four and twenty elders” are angels. But, Revelation 5: 11 make a clear distinction between angels, beasts, and elders. Others believe that they are inanimate figures; but, inanimate figures do not talk to one another, as described in Revelation 5:5.

So, who are these “four and twenty elders?” Elders are representatives of God’s people. TWELVE is God’s governmental number. It is the number that denotes the rule of God on earth. Four is the number of the earth; THREE is the number of the Trinity; Three times Four is Twelve.

Here’s where it gets interesting. Later, in the book of Revelation, we learn that there are Twelve gates in the city of New Jerusalem. The names of each of the Twelve patriarchs of the tribes of Israel are inscribed on the Twelve gates.

In addition, the Twelve apostles are named for the foundations of the city. The patriarchs represent the saints of the Old Testament. The apostles represent the saints of the New Testament.

Put these Twleve together and you have Twenty Four, which represents every blood-bought, born- again child of God from all of human history. In other words, if you are saved, you are a part of the “four and twenty elders.”

Thus, when John looked, he saw you, he saw me, and he saw every born again believer gathered around the throne of God. I don’t know about you, but that is a wonder to me.

To think that God would love me enough to die for me, prepare a place for me, come back to get me, allow me to appear around His holy throne to live with Him and be like Him forever and ever.

The great British expositor, D. Martyn Lloyd Jones once defined a Christian as a person who “is amazed at the fact that he is forgiven, and never takes it for granted.”

John Newton once said, “There will be 3 wonders in Heaven. 1) Who is there; 2) Who’s not there; and, 3) The fact that I’m there.”

The great British preacher, Charles Spurgeon, once had a dream. He dreamed that he arrived at the gates of Heaven. As he arrived, he saw a long line of people entering the gate to the Heavenly city. He watched as a group entered singing and praising God. He asked, "Who are they?" The angel replied, "These are the great patriarchs." Spurgeon's heart sank as he thought to himself, "I am not a patriarch. I will not be able to go in."

He continued to watch as another group, bigger than the first, marched in with singing and shouting. He asked, "Who are they?" The angel replied, "These are the prophets and apostles." His heart sank even more for he knew that he was not a prophet or an apostle.

Another group passed before him, a group much larger than the others. They marched triumphantly into the city, their banners waving in the air, the shouts of praise filling the air, their faces lit with the glory of God. He asked, "Who are they?" The angel replied, "These are the martyrs. These are they who gave their life for the cause of Christ." Spurgeon began to weep. He said, "I could never enter the city. I am not a patriarch, a prophet, an apostle, or a martyr."

But then, another group appeared over the horizon. Their number was more than man could tell. Their shouts and praises filled the air like thunder. They sang, they clapped their hands, they danced, and they shouted. As Spurgeon looked, he thought to himself, "No, it cannot be. That is the drunkard that came to a service one Sunday night." He looked closer and said, "Surely that can't be her. That's the harlot I spoke to on a street corner."

As the group drew closer, he recognized one right after the other. He turned to the angel and asked, "Who are they?" The angel replied, "These are they who have had their robes washed white in the precious blood of the Lamb." Spurgeon began to clap his hands and cried, "I can go in, for I too have had my robe washed white in the precious blood of the Lamb!"

Every one of us was dirty, defiled, depraved and despicable sinners. We deserve nothing short of hell; and, that would be too good for us. But, one day, the mercy that held back judgment kissed the grace that brought forth redemption, and we can go because we have had our robe washed white in the precious blood of the Lamb!

John’s revelation proves that Heaven is not a place for good people, but for GRACE people. Heaven is not a place for Baptist people, but for Born Again, Blood Bought people. Heaven is the eternal abode of those who have been freely and fully forgiven.

However, he not only saw a forgiven people, but he saw:

B. Focused On Jesus

There is something quite interesting about the throng of people John saw gathered around the throne of God. He not only saw a people forgiven by Jesus, but he saw a people focused on Jesus. They are focused on:

1. Adoration

[4: 10] “The four and twenty elders fall down before him that sat on the throne, and worship him that liveth for ever and ever, and cast their crowns before the throne.”

[5: 13-14] “And every creature which is in heaven, and on the earth, and under the earth, and such as are in the sea, and all that are in them, heard I saying, Blessing, and honour, and glory, and power, be unto him that sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb for ever and ever. [14]And the four beasts said, Amen. And the four and twenty elders fell down and worshipped him that liveth for ever and ever.”

When our faith ends in sight, and eternity dawns upon us, we will have no other response but to “fall down,” and “worship him” and “cast our crowns before the throne.”

In other words, it may never happen in our day; but, one day, It Will Be All About Jesus! He will Be acknowledged and He will be adored. The worthy One will be the worshipped One forever and ever.

We will look back and remember where He brought us from, and where His grace brought us to. We will realize that we deserve to be in hell, but He prepared us a place in Heaven. We will recognize Him in all of His splendor, power and glory.

With eternal adoration we will realize that not only is He the only One worthy to open the book, but He is the only One worthy to wear the crowns. He is exclusively worthy; He is exceedingly worthy; and, He is eternally worthy.

Adoration then becomes:

2. Jubilation

I believe that Heaven will be a shock to most Christians. It will not only shock them that they made it, but it will shock them to realize that Heaven will not be a funeral home.

In fact, consider these “four and twenty elders,” who represent every saved person of human history. Millions and millions of believers will gather around the throne, and with one unified voice sing. [4: 11] “Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honour and power: for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created.”

That will be anything but a quiet scene, setting and service. You see, when we all get to Heaven, we will not be concerned with what others think about us, or what others might say about us, in regards to how we worship.

In this life, our world is ego-centric, which means, it revolves around us. In that life, the glory world will be Christ-centric, which means, it will all revolve around Him.

Gone will be the concern over length or loudness. Gone will be the concern for space or sound. The service will last for eternity, and the songs will exude with the uninhibited rejoicing of those who have been redeemed unto God by the precious blood of the Lamb.


John Jasper was a former slave and following the Civil War pastored the Sixth Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia. He was preaching one Sunday morning about heaven and the joys which will await him on the other side. He made an attempt to describe those beauties, but his imagination and emotions were so caught up that as he opened his mouth he could not say a word. He tried several times, but again there was no sound. He was overcome with emotion.

Then, the tears began to roll down his full, black cheeks. Still, as he would attempt to articulate, no sound would come out. Finally, he just shook his head and waved the crowd to the doors but they continued to sit. Then, he moved to the pulpit and with great effort composed himself and leaned over it and said something like this:

"Brothers and sisters, when I think of the glory which shall be revealed in us, I can visualize that day when old John Jasper's last battle has been fought and the last burden has been borne. I can visualize that day when this tired servant of God shall lay down his burdens and walk up to the battlements of the City of God. I can almost hear the Mighty Angel on guard say, 'John Jasper, you want your shoes?' And, I'm gonna say, 'Course I wants my golden slippers to walk the streets of gold, but not now.'

Then, I can hear the mighty angel say, 'John Jasper, you want your robe?' I'm gonna say, 'Course, I wants my robe, that robe of linen clean and white which am the righteousness of the saints, but not now.' Then, the angel will say, 'John Jasper, you want your crown?' I shall say, 'Course, I wants all the reward that's comin' to me, this poor black servant of the Lamb, but not now.' Then, the angel will say, 'John Jasper, wouldn't you like to meet Elijah, John the Baptist, Abraham and Paul?' I shall say, 'Course, I wants to know and shake with them, and I have loved one over here, but not now. First, I wants to see Massa Jesus...fall down at His feet, and I want to thank Him first of all.'"

Do you want to go to Heaven? Then you have to have a ticket. You don’t need cash, because it has already been bought and paid for. You don’t need a compass, because it’s a one-way trip, and the conductor never gets lost. You don’t need clothes, because once you accept the ticket, you get a garment as white as snow.

If you will come to the ticket window today, and accept your ticket, you will be on your way to a land that is fairer than day where there will be no grief, only glory; no more death, only delight; no more famines, only feasts; no more sorrow, only shouting.

If you want to be a part of the race that lives in heaven and see the face that lights up heaven, you have to accept the grace that leads to heaven.

If you are saved, I don’t know what Heaven means to you, but I can tell you what Heaven means to me. I have many friends, family, loved ones and acquaintances that have gone on before me; and, although I cannot wait to sit beside them and put our feet in the River of Life, that will have to wait.

I dream of seeing the One who:

When I’ve been troubled, He has been the Prince of Peace. When I’ve been sick, He has been the Great Physician.
When I’ve been in the dark, He has been the Light of the World.
When I’ve been gloomy, He has been the Rose of Sharon and Lily of the Valley. When I’ve been unwise, He has been the Master Teacher.
When I’ve been unstable, He has been the Rock of Ages. When I’ve been guilty, He has been the Chief Advocate.
When I’ve been lonely, He has been a Friend that Sticketh Closer than a Brother. When I’ve been hungry, He has been the Living Bread.
When I’ve been thirsty, He has been the Living Water. When I’ve been empty, He has been the Word of God.
When I was lost, He was the Lamb of God that Taketh Away the Sin of the World.

Now, that I am found, He is my Redeeming, Risen, Ruling, Reigning and soon Returning King.

When I think of Heaven … I Dream of Jesus!

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