This sermon also helped me bask in what heaven will be. I think some people get scared when they think they may not see their loved ones in heaven. But Reverend Jim said something along the lines of the idea that our satisfaction, our dependency, our need is Christ, and Christ alone. He got some "amens" for that, and I understand why. I'm so excited to just be with God. To just be with God.
I typically disagree with something or another in any given sermon. I find within myself a critical spirit and I haven't figured it good or bad yet. But what I do know is that it's makes me discontent. It makes feel alone in some of the things that I believe. And feeling alone in that makes me feel wrong.
But it was so refreshing to just be filled up by a sermon. To love it. And get excited by it. And to not have my heart say, "Wait a minute..." once.