Unlock God’s promise – All things are made new. A fresh viewpoint on heaven and earth.
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This week, on the Battle Drill Daily Devotional Podcast, we look beyond Remembrance Sunday to the vision for hope for the future found in Revelation 21, reminding ourselves this is not the end – one day God will make everything new. Each weekday we share hope and encouragement as we read and study the Bible together.
What do you think sustained the hearts and minds of those who fought on our behalf, particularly in the two world wars of the twentieth century. I suspect that for more than a few of them, it was the idea that there was something better than this, the hope of a better future.
After Remembrance Sunday, it is comforting to turn our hearts towards the promise of a new heaven and earth. In Revelation 21:1-7, we catch a glimpse of the glorious renewal that awaits us as believers. The apostle John describes a scene where the old order of things has passed away, and all things are made new.
All Things Are Made New
Imagine a world without pain, suffering, or sorrow. A place where God himself dwells among his people, wiping away every tear from their eyes. This is the future that God has promised to those who put their trust in him.
There is Hope
As we reflect on this promise, we are reminded that even in the midst of our present struggles, there is hope. We can find comfort knowing that God is working all things together for our good, and that he has a plan to bring about a new heaven and earth.
So how do we embrace this promise? First, we must fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith. He is the one who makes all things new. We can trust in his power to transform our lives and bring about the renewal of all creation.
Secondly, we must live with an eternal perspective. While we may face trials and tribulations in this world, we can find strength and endurance by keeping our focus on the hope of what is to come. Our present sufferings are temporary, but the glory that awaits us is eternal.
How can you live in light of the promise of a new heaven and earth?
Battle Drill Daily Devotional Podcast This Week
This week, on the Battle Drill Daily Devotional Podcast, we look beyond Remembrance Sunday to the vision for hope for the future found in Revelation 21, reminding ourselves this is not the end – one day God will make everything new.
- Monday – All Things are Made New: Insightful Perspectives on God’s Promise of a New Heaven and Earth
- Tuesday – God Dwells Among His People: Discovering the Secret of Divine Attendance
- Wednesday – He Will Wipe Away Every Tear: The Assurance of Eternal Joy and The End of All Suffering
- Thursday – What Does Water Represent in the Bible? Spiritual Symbolism Unveiled
- Friday – Bible Verses about Overcoming: An Exploration of Faith-Based Resilience
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- Seeing Others Through the Eyes of Jesus: Discerning Compassion in Everyday Life
- From Heartache to Healing: How to Release Grief and Embrace Happiness
- Experience the Bounty of an Abundant Harvest
- Life-Changing Friendship with Jesus: “They Had Been With Jesus”
- Enhance Your Prayers in Times of Crisis: How to Pray and Listen to God’s Voice
1. [What Does the Bible Say About New Heaven And New Earth?](https://www.openbible.info/topics/new_heaven_and_new_earth)
2. [God’s Promise for a New Heaven and a New Earth]( )
3. [Understanding the “New Heaven and New Earth”]( )
4. [“All Things New” Explanation and Interpretation]( )
5. [Revelation 21-22 Commentary: New Heaven & New Earth](https://enduringword.com/bible-commentary/revelation-21/)
6. [“All Things Made New” Sermon]( )
7. [All Things New: God’s Plan to Renew Our World](https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/22826333-all-things-new)
8. [The New Heaven and New Earth Verses](https://www.biblestudytools.com/topical-verses/heaven-bible-verses/)
9. [Renewal Of All Things]( )
10. [Embracing God’s Promises](https://www.lifeway.com/en/contributors/j/jack-graham.html)
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