POSTS
21
January 2020
Sure Foundation
23
December 2019
Sanctuary from Fear
22
December 2019
My Heart Cries Out
20
November 2019
Eternity in Our Hearts
18
November 2019
No End in Sight
18
November 2019
The Desire for God
30
October 2019
Iron Sharpens Iron
28
October 2019
Blessing or Curse
21
October 2019
Generosity
21
October 2019
Directed Steps
9
October 2019
Learning to Need
2
October 2019
Learning to Need
18
September 2019
The Crushed Spirit
18
September 2019
Encouragement TIp
SEARCH
SHOP

No products in the cart.

Endurance for the Journey, Featured, His Word

But your dead will live;
their bodies will rise.
You who dwell in the dust,
wake up and shout for joy.
ISAIAH 26:19 (NIV)



What a promise God gives us here in Isaiah 26:19! With new bodies, we are headed for heaven!


We have a permanent home waiting for us in a land where “there will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain” (Revelation 21:4). God will no longer seem to be a resident of a far-off place, but He Himself will live among us (Revelation 21:3) and will wipe every tear from our eyes.


We will drink without cost from the spring of the water of life (Revelation 22:17) and will give overflowing thanks that the old order of things has passed away, never to return and trouble us again.



But someone may ask,
“How will the dead be raised?
What kind of body will they have?”
What a foolish question!
When you put a seed into the ground,
it doesn’t grow into a plant unless it dies first.

It is the same way with the resurrection of the dead.
Our earthly bodies are planted in the ground when we die,
but they will be raised to live forever.
Our bodies are buried in brokenness,
but they will be raised in glory.
They are buried in weakness,
but they will be raised in strength.
They are buried as natural human bodies,
but they will be raised as spiritual bodies.
1 CORINTHIANS 15:35-36,42-44 (NLT)



On the journey with you,
Jan & Dave Dravecky

0