What will heaven be like? Love’s work is a masterful treatment of Colossians 3:4 showing the glory and happiness prepared for the elect in Christ. This work parallels Love’s book, “Hell’s Terror”.
Heaven’s Glory – by by Christopher Love (1618-1651)
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Christopher Love (1618-1651) was a fiery and practical Puritan preacher. His works consist of some of the best written and preached biblical expositions in print.
The springboard for this entire work is the verse, “When Christ who is our life shall appear, then shall we also appear with Him in glory,” (Colossians 3:4). Why should the Christian have a hope of heaven? What may be expected there? What is Christ’s role there right now and how will the Christian interact with Him before the throne of God? What does it mean that Christ is glorious, and how will his appearing usher in with great glory the heavenly state for all those who trust in him?
Nothing has greater influence into a Christian’s practice here in this world than the serious consideration of our everlasting estate in the world to come — the glory and happiness which is prepared for the elect in Christ. The scope of this work is to discover to the Christian those unspeakable joys which are set before us, that we may press forward toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.
Love explains what is meant when Christ is said to be our life; second, what is meant when it says that Christ our life shall appear. And lastly, what is meant that we will also appear with him in glory. These are his main ideas in explaining heaven’s glory.
Love shows that these words are quickening and encouraging having respect to the recompense of reward for the believers who will have such an entrance ministered unto them into the everlasting kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. So, what will heaven be like? This work answers that question almost exhaustively.
This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.