Why?: People say we'll have all the answers to our
questions when we get to heaven. Will we really?
What?: In Ephesians, chapter 2, Paul describes how
we're saved by grace through faith. In verse 7, he tells us why.
Paul writes, "… so that in the coming ages he might show the
immeasurable riches of his grace in kindness toward us in Christ
Jesus." How long will it take for Him to show us what Paul
describes as "immeasurable riches of his grace"? The answer is, in
a word, "forever."
Every day we'll learn more of the "immeasurable riches of his
I'm reminded of the last stanza of the familiar hymn, Amazing
Grace: "When we've been there ten thousand years bright shining as
the sun, we've no less days to sing God's praise than when we've
The same will be true a million years later. We'll still be
learning about God's grace poured out on us. We'll still be
learning more about our Creator, our Savior, our great God as He
reveals Himself day-by-day.
So What?: We'll never know everything, otherwise we
would be God. But, since God has made us in His image, we can know
everything He reveals to us. A billion years into our eternal
lives, we'll be excited to say, "Lord, we thought we knew you
yesterday, but today you have revealed yourself in a new way. You
are an awesome God."
So What Now?: As Bible teachers, we have the privilege
of giving our learners a taste of the learning they will experience
every day, forever. We get to show them how great God is in every
one of our lessons. Are you… will you be that excited every time
you have the privilege of teaching those God has placed under your
About the Podcast
In these short episodes, Dr. Danny shares biblically-based insights on teaching the Bible. Published weekly, you can get a boost before teaching each week.