Revelation 21:1-8 The Hope of Tomorrow

We are now in the season of Lent and this year I am doing something a little different. Instead of focusing on texts leading up to the last week of Christ or something of that nature, this year I am looking at songs. Songs that speak of who Christ is and what he has done for creation. And so this podcast looks at the song “Glorious Day” (which I have provided a link below so you can listen to it) but I’m not preaching on that song. Instead I am in a text in which that text is reflective of that song’s hope. So today we jump into Revelation and the day that comes where all tears are wiped away and there is no more sorrow.

Here is the song by Casting Crowns called “Glorious Day

There are two different ways to listen to this podcast. If you are sitting at home or somewhere else and you simply want to stream it you can click the “play” button below and you’re off and running!

Should you want to DOWNLOAD the podcast from your computer you can RIGHT click on the link below. If you want to download it from your phone then you’ll need an app that will play podcasts – but if you already have one then simply clicking on the link below will begin the download. Download this audio file

If you happen to miss the previous weeks podcasts (all but the first week since I didn’t preach that week) then you can find links below.

Week 2: Revelation 5 – The Heir to the Throne podcast can be heard here

Week 3: Exodus 12:3-14, 21-30 – The Blood of the Lamb can be heard here

Week 4: Revelation 21:1-8 –The Hope of Tomorrow can be heard here

Week 5: Phillipians 3:1-16 – Rejoicing in the Cross can be heard here

Week 6 (Palm Sunday): Psalm 118 – The Enduring Love of God can be heard here

Good Friday: Matthew 27:38-50 – The Night of the Cross can be heard here

Easter Morning: Mark 16:1-8 – The Hope of Easter Morning can be heard here

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