He Breaks the Seals, Reveals, Gives us His Inheritance
“… And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth. And he came and took the book out of the right hand of him that sat upon the throne…” (Revelation 5:1-10).
Now, our Kinsman is handed the seven sealed Book of redemption from the original Owner, the original Owner... When we lost it at the garden of Eden, through Adam (Gen. 3:6-7), it went back to the original Owner. But there's been a poacher on the land, a squatter; that's Satan. He come over; he's a poacher. This earth doesn't belong to him; it belongs to God. But he's a poacher, a squatter. Man, I could say something right now, but I better not.
It is the title deed of our redemption, this seven-sealed Book. It's the title deed. You wait till we get into those seals.
He breaks the seals, reveals, gives us His inheritance to His people (Heb. 1:1-2; Lev. 25:25-28). He gives the inheritance that He inherited by becoming Kinsman Redeemer, and freely gives it out to us. It all belonged to Him. He was the One Who redeemed. But instead of keeping it Hisself, He gives it back to the people (Rom. 8:17). That's His love for us. Oh! 
Many people refer the promised land to the millennium. It is not. The promised land had wars and killings (Joshua 24:6-14). The millennium won't have any wars or killings. It (the promised land) referred to the Holy Spirit, the battlegrounds.
Justification: they left Egypt. There's three stages of their journey. They left Egypt under justification, believing the Word; they separated themselves from the Egyptians and come out. They crossed the Red Sea and killed the things behind them (Rom. 8:12-13); which was sanctification through the Blood that kills all human desires of evil, second stage of the journey. But the third stage was when they crossed Jordan into the promised land where their inheritance laid. Their inheritance never laid in Egypt, though God blessed them in Egypt.
You Lutheran that believe in justification, your inheritance doesn't lay there if you're called. If you're just a Lutheran, that's all the farther you'll ever get (Rom. 1:17).
You Methodists, and Nazarenes, and Pilgrim Holiness, and Church of God, who believe in sanctification, the killing of the evil that's in you (Rom. 8:12-13), taking out the roots of evil, you belong across the river (I Peter 1:2).
But to you men and women that there's something in you, calling out, the deep to the Deep; there's a Jordan yet to cross, and a land beyond the river (Gal. 5:16). 
Now, you see what coming down to Jordan meant? We're down here now. Let's cross over now. Let's quit playing. Let's cross the other side now, 'cause it all belongs to us. It's all ours. Them visions has never failed. They can't fail, because they come from God. I believe it with all that is within me. We're not the hireling that will run back into the wilderness. We'll cross Jordan, the separation. God, break to us the Seals that's on the back of the Book. Let us enter into this great place now, for Joshua divided to the people their inheritance that God had left for them (Joshua 1:1-9). 
Oh, brother, sister, God is still God, and He changes not. He's give us the land. He has given us the blessings; it's all ours if we can just believe Him (Rom. 8:32). Won't you have faith in Him, and love Him, and believe Him with all your heart, that God is going to do these things for us? 
He's our Kinsman Redeemer. Isn't that right? That God was manifested in the flesh to take our place, to be a Kinsman to us (Phil. 2:5-11). As in the Book of Ruth, and Exodus, and so forth, how it teaches there of how we become kinsmen to God. And God came down and dwelt in His Son, Christ Jesus, became Kinfolks to us. And He was our Kinsman Redeemer (I Tim. 3:16).
And a public testimony was to be made before Israel at the gates, as Boaz kicked off his shoes to show that he had firmly redeemed Naomi (Ruth 4:1-12). And in redeeming Naomi, he got Ruth the bride.
And Jesus, when He redeemed Israel, He got the Gentile Bride. He made a public testimony. He was lifted up between heavens and earth as an Ensign, right outside the gates of Jerusalem. And there's where the supreme price was paid. There's where we were redeemed (Rom. 3:21-26). And all of our inheritance was lost--our health, our strength, our salvation--all that was lost back there in the fall, was redeemed at Calvary. There it is. 
How can men despise Divine healing and the powers of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus, when a public ensign was made at Calvary, that, "I've redeemed the whole human race and everything that they ever lost." He redeemed our soul, redeemed our body, redeemed everything that we lost in the fall (Eph. 1:7-8). Our Kinsman Redeemer came and was made flesh, and dwelled among us (John 1:1-3,14-18), and offered up the ensign, and said, "It's finished" (John 19:30). What's finished? Everything is finished. We're just walking right into our inheritance. And as the days go on, we're walking closer and closer. 
Footprints mean possession, brother. What the Church needs tonight is some more footprints over here on this land. Don't hang around Jordan too long. Let's get out of here and see what we got. All right.
Every time that he made a footprint, every time he footprinted on, it was a possession. I can see Joshua, after he had the vision; he said, "Now, gather all Israel and stand down by the Jordan. Sanctify yourselves, wash your clothes, and come down to its banks in the morning, I'll show you what the glory of God is." Amen. He had a vision (Joshua 3+4). God told him in His Word, the Word said, "I've give you the land. It's yours. It's your possession." 
Now, we are heirs of all things (I Cor. 3:21-23; Eph. 3:6). Is that right? We are heirs of all things. The Bible just got through said so here. We are heir of all things, everything. We don't possess it yet, but it's ours. Amen. Oh, glory. I don't own an inch of land, but it's all mine anyhow. Sure. It's all ours, belongs to the people, the Church, the believers, the Bride of Christ owns every speck of it. Just set still, you own it anyhow. Amen. All going to fall heir to it anyhow, so let them fuss and blow up one another. It belongs to us. We are the ones that get it. They'd never even think it, but we do anyhow; do anyhow (Ecclesiastes 2:26). 
Now, we find that He was our Kinsman Redeemer, and He took the Book out of the hand of the original Owner. It is a title deed to redemption. We found that. You remember the study? It's a title deed of redemption. It's an abstract deed with it, that God required life for death in the garden of Eden (Gen. 3:21); then Jesus the righteous One died and took a title deed, and was able to break the Seals, reveal what was in them, and give the inheritance that belonged to Him to His people. Eternal Life that He inherited by doing that, He passed His own Life back out at Calvary, and divided it among us by the Holy Ghost (Acts 2:1-4). Amen. No man has ever been able to come--to even think of the love that that was, what He done. 
And I think that's just about where our churches are getting. We're children of God, but we're losing our inheritance by our conduct, the things that we do, and the things that we permit to be done, and the way that we live and act and so forth. We're living millions of miles below our privilege. 
Brother, we need some Christians, not jellyfish, but with a backbone (That's right.) that'll stand. Oh, I don't mean to fuss with people, but stand for your God given rights that Christ died for. Certainly. Not pushed around, we don't have to be. No, sir. We got an inheritance. Amen. And our inheritance belongs to us. It's your privilege to have anything that you inherited, through accepting Jesus Christ and dying to yourself (Matt. 16:25). How marvelous. Yes, sir. Satan said, "Well, I'll tell you what I'm going to do."
"No, you ain't going to do nothing." That's the way to talk back to him. Say, "I know my position in Christ, and you just might as well get away. I ain't listening to you no more. I got an inheritance." 
In the Old Testament, we find out that when a man had a great kingdom and he had a son born into his home, then that son, of course, was a son as soon as he was born. But yet he had no inheritance until he was positionally placed in, adopted into the family. They call it adoption (Gal. 4:1-7). 
 “Revelation Chapter 5, Part 2” (61-0618), par. 161-163
 “As I Was With Moses” (60-0911M), par. 64-68
 “Paradox” (61-1210), par. 311
 “Testimony Raising Dead Boy” (53-1203), par. E-79
 “My Commission” (51-0505), par. E-27
 “Why Little Bethlehem” (58-1228), par. 77
 “Great Warrior Joshua” (55-0119), par. E-38
 “Possessing All Things” (62-0506), par. 67
 “Gabriel’s Instructions To Daniel” (61-0730M), par. 56-57
 “Hear Ye Him” (57-0322), par. E-43
 “The Water Of Separation” (55-0121), par. E-15
 “Hear Ye Him” (60-0712), par. E-33