Glories of the new earth. I doubt that Rev. 22:1 says that there will be no sea in heaven, as the speaker says repeatedly. I think it means that there will be no sea on the new earth. At the same time, I do not think that the metaphorical interpretation given in this message is the correct one. The text says there is no SEA, not seas. And I believe you must interpret that literally, but also compare with texts as Zechariah 14:8 and Ezekiel 47:8, which speak about two seas. I categorically do not agree with what somebody in the audience says that in the new creation we will be interested only in the Lord, not in the beauty of the waters and the mountains. This contradicts the Bible, who in many prophecies concerning the new earth talks about the glories of the new earth. Adam was put in Eden, and he had fellowship with the Lord, but he had eyes as well to the beauties around him. Revelation 21 describes something of the new earth and the New Jerusalem, and it does it not meaning that we will be indifferent to those beauties, but that we will enjoy them and give glory to the Lord for them!