The New Jerusalem

Revelation 21:9—22:5: To most people, the thought of home brings a feeling of warmth and comfort, a sense of security. It is a place where one can shut out the cares of this world and find a refuge for the soul during the pilgrimage...
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2 thoughts on “The New Jerusalem

  1. Does everyone who has ever believed in God for their salvation (OT), or in Jesus Christ (NT), or who came to faith during the Tribulation, live in the New Jerusalem? (i.e., all believers)

    Or is it only for believers from the Church Age?

  2. The New Jerusalem consisting of believing Israel and the church TOGETHER continues into the eternal condition – that is what Rev 21.1 tells us.

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