Are you ready and prepared to enter into the new heavens and new earth?  We live in a world and in a universe that will totally be destroyed in the future.  The physical creation we now live in is subject to entropy—the continual winding down of all physical things.  Because of this and even more important, the fact that sin has entered the earth and corrupted it, God will destroy the existing heavens and earth by divine judgment.

When does this happen?  After the following:

**Recorded history of man is at its end.  Rev. 21

**Christ has gathered His church in the Rapture.  I Thess 4:15-17

**The Tribulation has passed.  Rev. 6-18

**Battle of Armageddon has been fought and won by our Lord Jesus Christ.  Rev. 19:17-21

**Satan has been chained for the 1000 year reign of Christ on earth.  Rev. 20:1-3

**A new glorious temple has been established in Jerusalem.  Ezek. 40-48

**Satan has been thrown into the eternal lake of fire.  Rev. 20:7-10

**Great White Throne Judgment has taken place, and mankind has been judged.  Rev. 20:11-15

God now creates the new heavens and the new earth and reveals the New Jerusalem.  The New Jerusalem will be the center of the universe.  The size of New Jerusalem is a cube 1400 to 1500 miles on each side.  For a comparison that is Maine to Florida (N-S), Maine to Kansas (E-W), and 1400 to 1500 miles high.  The City if dazzling in every way and will be lighted by the Glory of God—read Rev. 21:15-23.  There  are seven evils that will no longer exist—sea, death,  mourning, weeping, pain, curse and night.

Who are the residents of the New Jerusalem?  God the Father and God the Son, Jesus, will be there.  Angels are at the gates.  The City will be filled with God’s redeemed children who all have glorified physical bodies.  I Corinth 15:35-58.  This is the dwelling place of all believers forever.  Are you ready to be a resident of the New Jerusalem?  Have you accepted Jesus as Lord and Savior?  Please do.

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