Facing the Future with Hope


John's vision of the glory of Jesus Christ was recorded, not just for his own personal comfort and encouragement, but for all people facing daily challenges to be able to do so with courage and hope.

Then I, John, saw the holy city, New Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God. Revelation 21:2, NKJV

Exiled to the island of Patmos in the midst of the Aegean Sea, the apostle John knew he would be facing death in the not-too-distant future. This was the very moment in time when God chose to give John a vision of the glory of Jesus Christ! This vision included a tantalizing glimpse into Heaven, where one day God Himself will live forever with His people.

This glorious vision has been recorded in the final book of the Bible, Revelation, because John was commanded to write down what he saw. The vision was to be not only for his own personal comfort and encouragement but for all people down through the centuries who, when facing daily challenges, extraordinary circumstances, or even when plunging to certain death, could do so with courage and with hope.

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