Earth is a beautiful place because of nature, the people we love and the blessings we encounter in our life, however, are just half part of our life here on earth. The other half is sadness, sickness, pain, and death. No matter what, we all have to experience this in life. There is no escape from all of this, however, there is only one place where there is no more death, no more pain, and no more sadness. Do you know where this place is?
What Happens in Heaven?
When you read the Bible, you will encounter this place mentioned above. Heaven is a place not only mentioned in the Bible but some people we know even tells us about. Heaven, according to the Bible is a place where we will worship God and live happily. It is a place where we will never experience pain, suffering, and even death. Isn’t that wonderful? In heaven, we will also be given the chance to see the people we love. We will all gather up in God’s home and experience His love and power altogether. In heaven, there will be no such thing as sin anymore because we will be born into the likeness of God.
“Heaven is the dwelling place of Jesus Christ, His Son” -1 Peter 3:21-22
George Jones is known to record gospel songs which include traditional songs such as “Amazing Grace,” “Peace in the Valley,” and “Precious Memories.” He released a total of five solo gospel albums (The Gospel Collection, In a Gospel Way, Homecoming in Heaven, Old Brush Arbors, and Country Church Time.) George recorded one gospel album with his ex-wife Tammy Wynette, We Love to Sing About Jesus.
“Where We’ll Never Grow Old”
“Where We’ll Never Grow Old” is another of George Jones gospel song he recorded for his album The Gospel Collection in 2003. James C. Moore wrote the song. In the song George sings about a place where we will find happiness. He sings of a place that we don’t have to face any troubles and sadness. The song is talking about heaven, a place that Jesus promised we will all go someday. In this place, we will never grow old and die anymore.
“And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, “Behold, the dwelling place of God is with man. He will dwell with them, and they will be his people, and God himself will be with them as their God. He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.” –Revelation 21: 3-4