Revelation 21 Devotional Commentary

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Revelation 21:1

The Bible is God's wonderful plan of man's redemption from start to finish. From the beginning in Genesis to the book of Revelation, we discover the plans and purposes of God (which were made in eternity past) unfolding before our eyes and we start to recognise the tender-mercies of our Saviour and the loving-kindness of our great Creator.

The heavens and earth, which was created, fashioned, formed and filled by God, was cursed read more...

Revelation 21:4

Weeping, we are told by the Lord, shall endure for a night - and the welling tear-drops that have blurred our vision and the floods of tears that have dampened our pillows will one day be wiped away. God Himself will dry every tear, for He enters into every searing pain and each aching heart. Not one secret sigh that crosses the portals of our minds, nor one stabbing pain that cuts deep into our hurting hearts is missed by our gracious God of love - for He read more...

Revelation 21:6

From beginning to end, the Bible reveals God's plan of redemption. It stretches from before the creation of the world and the fall of Adam, to the revelation of Jesus Christ, the ushering in of the eternal kingdom of God, and far beyond - into the eternal ages to come.

When Satan has been judged, the wicked have been punished, death has been destroyed, and all things have been placed under His read more...

Revelation 21:7

The Cross of Christ overcame sin, death, Satan, and the world system which has been engaged in fierce warfare against all that is of God. This battle of the ages has been raging since man first sinned in the garden of Eden, a conflict which has blinded the minds of many to the truth of the glorious gospel of God.

Christ overcame the world, the flesh, the devil, and death itself at Calvary, on behalf of all who trust in His name read more...

Revelation 21:8

In his Gospel, John tells us that those who believe in Christ are not condemned, but those who do not believe are condemned already "because they have not believed in the only begotten Son of God."

'The Second Death' which is mentioned in this verse, is reserved for EVERYONE who has not trusted in Christ for their read more...