As we see all the dangers of war, economic uncertainties, deadly viruses, and the climate around us decaying each day—Jesus explains how we should respond.
He tells us, more than that—Jesus COMMANDS us HOW to hold on tightly to our Father in Heaven

As you see the Last Days swirling around you make a choice to STAY CONNECTED to our Father in Heaven instead of giving in to fear!

In Jesus’ longest recorded sermon in the Gospels called the Sermon on the Mount—He stresses getting to know and trust our Father in Heaven. Jesus distills down the way we do that too the most well-known passage in the whole Bible called the Lord’s Prayer.
Revelation reveals our Father in Heaven more completely than any other part of the Bible. Here we see Him in Heaven, on His Throne, surrounded by all of the angels and saints ruling the Universe and answering our prayers.
The most secure place to be for us weak and needy humans is CONNECTED to our Father in Heaven. Today we will learn how to get connected securely each day to our Father in Heaven.

Paul explained this process that God uses to the Colossians when he taught them to: “Set your affections on things above” (Col. 3:1). Paul was telling them that they still had to live out their lives in the Roman Empire (most of them were stuck for life as slaves). But, they could live life on earth in a transformed way when they learned to focus their mind and heart on “things above”.
We are actually spending our time together learning about the “things above” in Heaven: The Throne Room of the Universe. God’s Throne is central to all things above. The more we understand about what is going on at this very moment at The Throne of God, the more we stay in step with God’s plans for us while we live in this world.
God’s Word explains for us in great detail: The Sounds and Sights around the Throne of our Awesome God. Today, that Throne Room of God is the place:

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