Summary: We should praise God not only for His wonderful works but for the way He sustains everything He made. He is to be praised for the marvelous world He created and for the wonderful life He gives us- especially a new life through faith in Jesus.

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Teacher: Elder Clarence E. Weaver, Sr.

Key Verse: Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honour and power:

for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created – Revelation 4:11


I am a child of God, born of the Spirit of God, filled with the Spirit of God, and led by the Spirit of God. I listen to my heart as I look to my spirit inside me. I will educate, train, and develop my human spirit to the Word of God.


Encourage people to praise God as the Creator and Sustainer


In today’s lesson John’s description of heaven reminds us that we serve a God of order and harmony, not of chaos or anarchy. John paints a portrait of form, structure, harmony, precision, and dignity. God never result in disarray “God is not the author of confusion but of peace 1 Corinthians 14:33”.

There is a great lesson to be learned from the dictionary.

• When things start going bad, we often fear they will only get worse.

• It seems that "worse" will take us to the "worst".

• Our nation seems to be moving from “worse” to “worst” – at least that is what many of us are saying regarding the war situation and the economy and the direction our political leaders are taking this country.

• To prevent the "worse" from turning in to the "worst" look at the unique set up God has provided in the English language.

• Any standard dictionary will separate the words "worse" (and its derivatives) and "worst" with one special word – "worship."

• When circumstances seem to be slipping in the wrong direction, remember that worship is the buffer between "worse" and "worst".

Remember that when the praises goes up the blessing comes down.

I. In Heaven’s Throne Room Revelation 4:1-5 KJV

A. The Command to Come: verse 1

1. A door standing open in heaven.

Doors play a prominent role in the final two messages to the churches. While Jesus himself provides the open door for the church in Philadelphia (3:8), the Laodiceans are required to open the door to fellowship with Jesus in (3:20). In verse (4:1) John hear a familiar voice that early instruct him to write to the seven churches now invites him to leave earth and enter into the heaven realm. What John sees next is “what to take place later.

B. The Glory of the Lord: verse 2-3

1a. So, Jesus tells John he’s about to see "what must take place after this…"

BUT, instead of the horrendous pictures of War and Famine and Pestilence that people often associate with Revelation… instead, we find ourselves in God’s throne room witnessing an awesome worship service - filled with strange sights and sounds

• lightning and thunder and rumblings in the distance

• beautiful colors

• unusual creatures

• And an inspiring example of how to praise God

2. Out -of – Spirit Experience

When you come into the presence of the Lord you will immediately be filled with the Holy Spirit. When God Show you things in the spirit, stay in the spirit. Make sure you write the vision and make it plain so that you may fulfill your destination. John saw Jesus on the Throne in heaven surrounded by something like a laser light show without all the loud music.

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