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The Revelation of Jesus with Rick Sterling

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The Anthem of the Kingdom of God!

What do you suppose it will sound like when the "saved of the ages" sing together the Anthem of the Kingdom of the Heavens. I really think that it will be the most Awe inspiring events that anyone will have ever hear, including the angels and the other Heavenly Host. It is difficult to comprehend millions upon millions of people all gathered together around the New Jerusalem, standing before the Throne of God all singing in chorus. It send chills down my spine just thinking about it.

There will also be a much smaller group of people, 144,000 in number that will also have their own song to sing:

And they *sang a new song before the throne and before the four living creatures and the elders; and no one could learn the song except the one hundred and forty-four thousand who had been purchased from the earth. Rev.14:3.

Even this relatively small number of people is a LOT of voices that must coordinate perfectly together to sing this 'New Song', this New Anthem to God and to the Lamb. Will it be a song of praise, a song of Joy, a song of relief, a song of blessing? And who will be the conductor? I will tell you truthfully, that of all of the choirs, bands and orchestras that I have conducted in my life it is THIS choir that I most want to lead, it is THIS choir that I most want to sing with. What an incredible event of which to be a part. 

In order to be in this number, so sing with this choir, it will be necessary to learn this new song; and ONLY those of the 144,000 will have the privilage doing so. The reason that they will know this song and be able to sing it together, is because they will have learned it while they were on earth, serving their King as they fulfilled the assignments that Jesus gave them, in order to prepare the Bride for her Groom. I don't know the title, I don't yet know the words or the music, but I long to be there, don't you?

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