New Heights Church
Sunday, November 24, 2019
Join us in our series All Things New
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  • The Boys and Girls Club
    560 N Rupple Rd, Fayetteville, AR 72704, USA
    domingo 9:00 AM, domingo 11:00 AM

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Book: All Things New, by John Eldredge

This book was a major inspiration and resource for the New Heights' upcoming teaching series on Heaven. It gives a perspective on Heaven that is all about renewal, restoration, and hope.

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B01MXKBNMI/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_Q5dVDbTN0HX99
“We do not desire to eat gravel. Why? Because God did not design us to eat gravel. Trying to develop an appetite for a disembodied existence in a non-physical Heaven is like trying to develop an appetite for gravel. No matter how sincere we are, and no matter how hard we try, it’s not going to work. Nor should it. What God made us to desire, and therefore what we do desire if we admit it, is exactly what he promises to those who follow Jesus Christ: a resurrected life in a resurrected body, with the resurrected Christ on a resurrected Earth.”

-- Randy Alcorn, Heaven
“I have come home at last. This is my real country. I belong here. This is the land I have been looking for all my life, though I never knew it til now. The reason we loved the old world (“Narnia”) is that sometimes it looked a little bit like this.” C.S. Lewis
Our physical bodies fight against us at times.
Have there ever been moments in your life when everything felt right or at least pretty much right?
Have there been times when you were at peace maybe just for a moment with God and those around you?
Have there ever been times in your life when you felt legitimately happy and full of joy?
Have there ever been times when you felt completely secure?
Have there ever been times when you felt overwhelmed with a deep sense of gratitude?
Have there ever been times when you were overcome by the beauty, the complexity and the awesomeness of God’s creation?
Was there ever a time when you felt deeply gratified by something you had achieved and worked hard for?
Have you ever been surprised by some unexpected and extravagant gift that someone gave you?
The Restoration and Renewal of All Things