““Who will not fear You, Lord, and glorify Your name? For You alone are holy; For all the nations will come and worship before You, For Your righteous acts have been revealed.”” – Revelation 15:4
I love this, because it’s part of John’s vision of Heaven in the book of Revelation. The truth it speaks in that He alone is holy, to be worshipped by all. These words are parts of the “song of Moses” and the “song of the Lamb”.
The imagery of all of the nations of earth singing out together in one voice about His greatness is something I can fathom, but at the same time I can’t fathom the totality of it. What a sight and experience that will be.
The culmination of our individual relationships with God, all of us as links in the chain of His church, His people, His creations singing out His praises forever.
I can’t imagine what it must’ve been like for John to experience the visions of the Revelation. In the first chapter he specifically wrote that he was in the Spirit of the Lord (Revelation 1:10).
I want to keep becoming a man of God that seeks God’s Spirit, and to continue to grow my faith, my humility, my love, my passion, and my confidence for the kingdom of Christ.