The Father’s Wealth

Adrian Rogers
“And I will give him the morning star.” – Revelation 2:28
I remember reading a story about a wealthy Roman who had a lavish estate, and he had a servant named Marcellus. When the wealthy Roman died, he wrote his will and left everything to his slave. The wealthy Roman also had a son, and for some reason he had had a disagreement with him, so in his will he said, “I have left my entire estate to my slave Marcellus. To my son, I leave him only one thing. He can choose any one thing from my estate he wants, but that’s all.” The son said, “Very well, I choose Marcellus.”
Here at the end of Revelation 2, our Lord gives another sweet promise to those who overcome (v. 28): “And I will give him,” that is, the overcomer, “the morning star.” Jesus is that morning star. What He’s saying is, “You’ll receive the greatest reward of all, you’ll receive Me, the morning star.” Do you know what the morning star is? It’s the star that appears just after the darkest hour of the night.
It’s getting very dark. Praise God, it’s getting gloriously dark, and before long that morning star is going to appear. Jesus is the morning star. If you choose Jesus, with Jesus comes all the Father’s wealth.


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Luke 21:36 "Watch therefore, and pray always that you may be counted worthy to escape all these things that will come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man."

The Father’s Wealth

Adrian Rogers
“And I will give him the morning star.” – Revelation 2:28
I remember reading a story about a wealthy Roman who had a lavish estate, and he had a servant named Marcellus. When the wealthy Roman died, he wrote his will and left everything to his slave. The wealthy Roman also had a son, and for some reason he had had a disagreement with him, so in his will he said, “I have left my entire estate to my slave Marcellus. To my son, I leave him only one thing. He can choose any one thing from my estate he wants, but that’s all.” The son said, “Very well, I choose Marcellus.”
Here at the end of Revelation 2, our Lord gives another sweet promise to those who overcome (v. 28): “And I will give him,” that is, the overcomer, “the morning star.” Jesus is that morning star. What He’s saying is, “You’ll receive the greatest reward of all, you’ll receive Me, the morning star.” Do you know what the morning star is? It’s the star that appears just after the darkest hour of the night.
It’s getting very dark. Praise God, it’s getting gloriously dark, and before long that morning star is going to appear. Jesus is the morning star. If you choose Jesus, with Jesus comes all the Father’s wealth.


For more from Love Worth Finding and Pastor Adrian Rogers, please visit

www.lwf.org.

Since 2013, Christian news magazine The Olive Branch Report has featured the insightful writing and reporting of Greg Holt. His writing has been featured on American Prophet, Conservative Firing Line, DC Clothesline, Eagle Rising, Capitol Hill Outsider, Sons of Liberty Media, Rev. Austin Miles, and others. Greg is also the Publisher and Editor of Inspirational Christian Blogs

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Luke 21:36 "Watch therefore, and pray always that you may be counted worthy to escape all these things that will come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man."

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