Heavens Beauty By: Patricia Burnette Dedicated To Our Lord Jesus Christ


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Welcome to "What Is It Like In Heaven"

Noone here on Earth actually knows what color's of Gem that is in Heaven, even though the Bible describes them but it does not say which colors. The only one that it mentions is the Clear Crystal Jasper. I tried to find all that was mentioned in Revelation


"What Is It Like In Heaven ?"


Revelation 21:10 - 27 So he took me in spirit to a great, high mountain, and he showed me the holy city, Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God.

11 It was filled with the glory of God and sparkled like a precious gem, crystal clear like jasper.

12 Its walls were broad and high, with twelve gates guarded by twelve angels. And the names of the twelve tribes of Israel were written on the gates.

13 There were three gates on each side—east, north, south, and west.

14 The wall of the city had twelve foundation stones, and on them were written the names of the twelve apostles of the Lamb.

15 The angel who talked to me held in his hand a gold measuring stick to measure the city, its gates, and its wall.

16 When he measured it, he found it was a square, as wide as it was long. In fact, it was in the form of a cube, for its length and width and height were each 1,400 miles.

17 Then he measured the walls and found them to be 216 feet thick (the angel used a standard human measure).

18 The wall was made of jasper, and the city was pure gold, as clear as glass.

19 The wall of the city was built on foundation stones inlaid with twelve gems: the first was jasper', the second sapphire, the third agate, the fourth emerald,

20 the fifth onyx, the sixth carnelian, the seventh chrysolite, the eighth beryl, the ninth topaz, the tenth chrysoprase, the eleventh jacinth, the twelfth amethyst.

21 The twelve gates were made of pearls—each gate from a single pearl! And the main street was pure gold, as clear as glass.

22 No temple could be seen in the city, for the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb are its temple.

23 And the city has no need of sun or moon, for the glory of God illuminates the city, and the Lamb is its light.

24 The nations of the earth will walk in its light, and the rulers of the world will come and bring their glory to it.

25 Its gates never close at the end of day because there is no night.

26 And all the nations will bring their glory and honor into the city.

27 Nothing evil will be allowed to enter—no one who practices shameful idolatry and dishonesty—but only those whose names are written in the Lamb’s Book of Life.

No one here on Earth actually knows what color's of Gem that is in Heaven, even though the Bible describes them but it does not say which colors. The only one that it mentions is the Clear Crystal Jasper. I tried to find all that was mentioned in Revelation.

Agate Gem Amethyst Gems Beryl Gem Carnelian Gem
Agate Gem Amethyst Gems Beryl Gem Carnelian Gem
Chrysolite Gem Chrysoprase Gem Emerald Gem Jacinth Gem
Chrysolite Gem Chrysoprase Gem Emerald Gem Jacinth Gem
Jasper Gems Sapphire 1 Sapphire 2 Clear Gold
Jasper Gems Sapphire 1 Sapphire 2 Clear Gold
Topaz Gems      
Topaz Gems      

New Jerusalem Is Made Of Pure Gold, is Approximately 1,400 to 1,500 Miles High, Long and Wide, Has Walls of Jasper, Streets Of Gold, and Gates of Pearls that are NEVER Shut. (Revelation 21:15-27)

Everlasting; JOY & GLADNESS


Singing, Praising, and Worshiping God. (Revelation 5:9-14;19:1-8)

No More Death, Mourning, Crying, Pain, Curse, Night, or Devil.

(Revelation 20:10;21:4;22:1-5) There Will Be No Need For A Hospital, Police, Cemetery, or Ambulance service.

Perfect Peace In The Animal Kingdom During The Millennium Era.(Isa.11:6-9)

A New Heaven and a New Earth. ( Isa.65:17;66:22; 2 Peter 3:13; Revelation 21:1)

The Architect and Builder of the "HOLY CITY" is "GOD" Himself. (Hebrews 11:10)

There is No-Need for the SUN or MOON to SHINE on it for "the Lamb is it's Lamp".

(Revelation 21:23;22:5) The River of Water of Life, The TREE of Life, and the Throne of "GOD" and the Lamb will be in the City. (Revelation 22:1-5)

"Gain" and "Better by far" compared to this life. (Phil.1:21,23)

Prepared for those who love God (James 2:5) or the righteous. (Matthew 25:34-40)

To think of heaven as a place is more right than wrong, though the word could mislead.

Heaven appears in Scripture as a spatial reality that touches and interpenetrates all created space. In Ephesians, Paul locates in heaven both the throne of Christ at the Father’s right hand (Ephesians 1:20) and the spiritual blessings and risen life in Christ of Christians (Ephesians 1:3; 2:6).

“The heavenly realms” in Ephesians 1:3, 20; 2:6; 3:10; and 6:12 is a literary variant for “heaven.” Paul alludes to an experience in the “third heaven” or “paradise” (2 Cor. 12:2, 4).

No doubt the heaven of God’s throne is to be distinguished from the heavenly realms occupied by hostile spiritual powers (Ephesians 6:12). A resurrection body adapted to heaven’s life awaits us (2 Cor. 5:1-8), and in that body we shall see the Father and the Son (Matt. 5:8; 1 John 3:2). But while we are in our present bodies, the realities of heaven are invisible and ordinarily imperceptible to us, and we know them only by faith (2 Cor. 4:18; 5:7).

Yet the closeness to us of heaven and of its inhabitants, the Father, the Son, the Spirit, the holy angels, and the demonic spirits, must never be forgotten: for it is a matter of solid spiritual fact.

Scripture teaches us to form our notion of the life of heaven by:

  • extrapolating from the less-than-perfect relationship that we now have with God the Father, the Son, and the Spirit, with other Christians, and with created things to the thought of a perfect relationship, free from all limitation, frustration, and failure;

  • eliminating from our idea of a life lived for God all forms of pain, evil, conflict, and distress, such as we experience here on earth; and

  • enriching our imaginings of that happy future by adding in every conception of excellence and God-given enjoyment that we know. The visions of heaven’s life in Revelation 7:13-17 and 21:1–22:5 draw on all three of these ways of conceiving it.

According to Scripture, the constant joy of heaven’s life for the redeemed will stem from:

  • their vision of God in the face of Jesus Christ (Revelation 22:4);

  • their ongoing experience of Christ’s love as he ministers to them (Revelation 7:17);

  • their fellowship with loved ones and the whole body of the redeemed;

  • the continued growth, maturing, learning, enrichment of abilities, and enlargement of powers that God has in store for them.

The redeemed desire all these things, and without them their happiness could not be complete. But in heaven there will be no unfulfilled desires. There will be different degrees of blessedness and reward in heaven. All will be blessed up to the limit of what they can receive, but capacities will vary just as they do in this world.

As for rewards (an area in which present irresponsibility can bring permanent future loss:

1 Cor. 3:10-19), two points must be grasped.

  • The first is that when God rewards our works he is crowning his own gifts, for it was only by grace that those works were done.

  • The second is that essence of the reward in each case will be more of what the Christian desires most, namely, a deepening of his or her love-relationship with the Savior, which is the reality to which all the biblical imagery of honorific crowns and robes and feasts is pointing.

The reward is parallel to the reward of courtship, which is the enriching of the love-relationship itself through marriage. So the life of heavenly glory is a compound of seeing God in and through Christ and being loved by the Father and the Son, of rest (Revelation 14:13) and work (Revelation 7:15), of praise and worship (Revelation 7:9-10; 19:1-5), and of fellowship with the Lamb and the saints (Revelation 19:6-9). Nor will it end (Revelation 22:5).

Its eternity is part of its glory; endlessness, one might say, is the glory of glory. Hearts on earth say in the course of a joyful experience, “I don’t want this ever to end.”

But it invariably does. The hearts of those in heaven say, “I want this to go on forever.” And it will. There can be no better news than this.

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