Question: WHAT WILL WE DO IN HEAVEN (CLICK FOR SERMON)
Charles e Whisnant May 15, 2011 Part Five
What will the redeemed do?
IB We will seat on the edge of a cloud, and play a harp.
2B Some will polish the stones of the foundation in the New Jerusalem
3B We want do anything at all. Just nothing, just forever rest, (sounds like hell to me)
WHAT WILL WE NOT DO IN HEAVEN?
IB Will it be that we will have something to do? Something to plan for, some responsibility, some goal and objective, that will demand all of our powers, to put in motion, to effect, Those are the questions we will want to answer?
FIRST: IN UNDERSTANDING WHAT WE WILL DO, IS UNDERSTANDING WHAT WE WILL NOT DO IN HEAVEN.
IB We will not do wrong, that will imitate a lot of problems.
2B We will not sin, none of us will ever sin at any time.
3B We will never have to confess our sins. Nor struggle with sin, we will not have to apology to anyone for ever for any wrong doing.
4B We never feel quilt, or bad about anything.
5B We will never have to made anything right.
6B We never have to take time to explain what we really meant.
7B We never have to straighten out anything that is confused.
5B Never have to fix anything, or repair anything, or adjust anything.
6B Never need to replace anything, nothing will never ware out.
7B We will never have to help anything, for no one will need any help.
8B We never need to deal with Satan, or his demons, sinners, or defend ourselves against attack.
9B Never sad, or cry, never be alone, or lonely, never hurt emotionally, nor physically,
10B We never need to be cured, counsel, or coddled (Bear)nor entertain
11B We will never be less then total filled with absolute joy,
12B Never need to do anything special for anyone, because, everything we do will be special to everyone all the time.
13B Never grief, lose anything or anyone, or miss anyone, never have to be careful, because we couldn’t make a mistake anyway.
14B Never have to plan for Plan B.
15B Never need to avoid danger, never will be an danger.
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT.