This is my story, this is my song praising my Savior all the day long are just a few of the lyrics to that great hymn Blessed Assurance. I find myself thinking about this more and more. I can’t wait until I don’t have to worry about how long a meeting or Zoom call is or how much longer I have to wait on hold to talk to someone. Heaven doesn’t have any need for clocks. I am longing for that place. Can there really be too much worship? Can songs really be too long in heaven? Just curious to know what you think?
2 replies on “No Clocks In Heaven”
Hum! I personally do not believe there’s such a thing as to much worship, cause our continuous praise keeps us in the presence of God, and the more we praise the more we follow the spirit’s calling and we see the hand of God revealing himself and working in and through our lives, the highest form of worship is the worship of unselfish Christian service most of the time it discomfort but for a little while which can be a life time. I feel you though when it comes to longing for that place. I can’t imagine a song being too long in Heaven, but Heaven being a beautiful song that never ends.
I’m longing for the day of uninterrupted, unhurried, basking in His presences. Yes and amen!