He Shall Dry Every Tear   1 comment

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Above:  Shepherds, Between 1925 and 1946

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Rev. 7, 17 (Revised Version)

1.  Jesus is the Good Shepherd–not only in this life but in that to come.  On earth and in heaven.  He is concerned for their helpfulness.  He calleth them by name–individual oversight–and leadeth them out into green pastures and beside still waters.

2.  They shall want no more.  He shall spread his tabernacle over them and his presence shield them from every ill–as did the pillar of fire and cloud shield the children of Israel.

3.  He shall supply their wants.  Lead them to fountains of water of life.  As they serve Him day and night in his temple He shall fill them with his fullness.

If Pilgrim was thrilled with a glimpse of the Delectable Mountains what will it be to see Him face to face and enjoy His fullness!

4.  Sorrow shall be unknown.  He shall deliver every tear and deliver from the cause.  Bitter disappointments and sad partings come no more.  Positive happiness shall thrill their raptured souls.

May we each meet up there.

GEORGE WASHINGTON BARRETT

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