A key thing to remember in Christ!


There is NO description/definition/adequate imagination of things to come, Amen.

Brothers and Sisters in Christ, even a peek of occurrences post ‘life’ is no even close comparison to what is!

In my heart it is so very outstanding (what I experiened) that my focus has been to arrive there in my time! A very profound fact is that people do not live that ‘long’!

The World’s Oldest Person Today: María Branyas MoreraMaría Branyas Morera is the current oldest living person in the world, as of April 2023. She became the oldest person alive following the death of Lucile Randon in January 2023.

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A Kingdom where ‘time’ is converted to experience, we by The AWESOME grace of God, grow in knowledge of the beauty of existing in The Presence of The Maker of ALL things (even time.)

There will be no more night. They will not need the light of a lamp or the light of the sun, for the Lord God will give them light. And they will reign for ever and ever. The angel said to me, “These words are trustworthy and true.

There are certain unpleasant things associated with the night. These unpleasant things will not be in heaven, because “there is no night there”.

1 No Numbered Days

At each setting of the sun, each descending of the dusk, we know another of our finite days has gone.

None of us knows the number of our days, but we know God has numbered them and they are not many. Each night brings us inexorably closer to our death. The darkness is a reminder of our mortality and coming death.

We “walk through the valley of the shadow of death” (Psalms 23:4). As Solomon put it, “Remember now your Creator in the days of your youth… before the sun and the light and the moon and the stars grow dark…” (Ecclesiastes 12:1-2).

How lovely it is to read in the visions that “death and hades were cast into the lake of fire” (Revelation 20:14), and that in the eternal city of light “there shall no longer be any death” (Revelation 21:4).

2 No Idle Hours

When we have much to accomplish, night can be a time of frustration.

Night makes us lay down our tools and aspirations, in order to rest. Most of us spend twenty years asleep and idle. Each short day, we know literally as well as figuratively, “The night is coming in which no man can work” (John 9:4).

As Nehemiah and his people struggled to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem, they were hindered by the night. “We continued to work… from the first light of dawn until the stars came out” (Nehemiah 4:21).

How encouraging it is to know that “there will be no night” in heaven, no need to interrupt the work we love in order to sleep. We will have unlimited energy and unlimited time to accomplish unimaginable things.

3 No Ghostly Fears

Night is a time when our fears are heightened. We have all known “the terrors of the night” (Psalms 91:4-5).

We can sympathise with the disciples of Jesus when we are told, “During the fourth watch of the night, Jesus went out walking on the lake to his disciples. When they saw him walking on the lake, they were terrified. ‘It is a ghost!’ they said, and cried out in fear” (Matthew 14:25-26).

How comforting to know that in the eternal day of Heaven there will be no more fears for its citizens, for “God himself shall dwell among them” (Revelation 21:3). In that city of light there will dwell “nothing unclean and no one who practices abomination” (Revelation 21:27).

There is no place in that city for anyone to bring fears and terrors and harm for “the cowardly and untrustworthy, and murderers and immoral persons, and sorcerers and idolaters, and all liars” shall be in hell and never in heaven (Revelation 21:7-8).

4 No Hidden Perils

Evil hides within night’s cloak of darkness.

“When daylight is gone, the murderer rises up to kill… in the night he steals forth as a thief. The eye of the adulterer watches for the dusk. He thinks, ‘No man will see me,’ and keeps his face concealed. In the dark, men break into houses, but by day they shut themselves in. They want nothing to do with the light. For all of them, deep darkness is their morning” (Job 24:13-17).

Because darkness conceals, it has come to symbolize ignorance —one of the great perils of this world. Hence we speak for example of “the Dark Ages”.

Isaiah foresaw Jesus Christ vas the Light. “The people who walk in darkness will see a great light. Those who live in a dark land, the light will shine upon them” (Isaiah 8:19 to 9:2). As John said, “In him was life, and the life was the light of men” (John 1:1-5).

How delightful it is for us to look forward to having nothing concealed from us. We will dwell in the light of God, where we will see as God sees, for “no creature is concealed from his sight, but all things are open and laid bare to the eyes of him with whom we have to do” (Hebrews 4:13).

5 No Tears of Pain

Pain of every sort, mental and physical, becomes worse at night. From a sore toe to the worst agony of grief, night is the time when throb and fever and distress intensify.

“Night pierces my bones; my gnawing pains never rest” (Job 30:17). “Bitterly she weeps at night” (Lamentations 1:2).

How wonderful to know that in heaven “God himself shall wipe away every tear from their eyes, and there shall no longer be… any mourning, crying, or pain” (Revelation 21:4).

Heaven has no…
– Numbered days
– Idle hours
– Ghostly fears
– Hidden perils
– Tears of pain


Mind you there will be tears! There will be the notable absence of loved ones. There are guidelines to enter the golden gates!

To make it to heaven, it’s simple, put all your faith on Jesus to save you. He did all the work. That’s GOOD NEWS for you and I. Ephesians 2:8-9 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast.

Jesus said, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” John 14:6

Jesus answered, “Very truly I tell you, no one can enter the kingdom of God unless they are born of water and the Spirit.” John 3:5

We can’t get to Heaven by works, because God doesn’t pick favorites.


Very profound! A study of the Word indicates that ‘time’ of life has been decreased! In the old Testament the oldest individual was Methuselah – He had the longest lifespan of all those given in the Bible, having died at the age 969.

This is profound! No Man has lived a ‘day’ in the sight of God!


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