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No More Tears

We look to a time when God will lift us from this world to be with Him in heaven, when we will no longer be anxious for the day, or sorrowful in the night. Our tears will be as a vapor, and He will hold us in His bosom, comforting us forever, never letting us go.

“He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.”

(Revelation 21:4)

Jesus is our Savior. Through Him, we have hope for a future without mourning, crying or pain. He will give us relief from death, for death shall be no more. Whatever we are suffering now, Christ will remove that suffering and replace it with utter joy, brimful and running over.

The devil will place stumbling blocks in our way. He will try to discourage us. He will bring us to tears. Yet, no amount of evil from that fallen angel will thwart God’s plan of salvation. God’s plan for us to live forever with Him will prevail.

How blessed are we to know that one day we will rule with Christ over all He has created. The stars will bow their knees to us and we will rule with righteousness. How great God is to have begotten us, in mercy and in grace, to encourage us with hope for when there will be no more tears.

Author:

Jack Flacco is an author and the founder of Looking to God Ministries, an organization dedicated to spreading the Word of God through outreach programs, literature and preaching.

22 thoughts on “No More Tears

  1. What a time to look forward to, and the myriad of Blessings and promises that God always keeps. Be Blessed in Him Jack.
    Julia

  2. I’m so looking forward to that last tear being wiped away, not just for me, but for every believer with whom I also cry! What an amazing day that will be! The tear faucet will not just be shut off, it will be removed for good! It is hard to imagine but I love trying!

  3. Such a beautiful post of hope and things to come. Where would we be without our hope and trust in Christ? Thank you for sharing this~such a timely blessing. God bless you!

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