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The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary: Revelation

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341 pages5 hours

Summary

We're supposed to be looking for visions of Heaven to understand what Heaven is, what it looks like, where God lives, and what we hope see to one day. The most important characteristic of Heaven the Book of Revelation gives us is an understanding of Heaven's point of view we miss when attention is focused on this world. That leads us to the mistake a lot of philosophers make. They take a book like Revelation, then mold it into a view the world understands, and the majority of people agree with. They can't grasp onto the fact, this book and message is from Heaven, thereby giving us a view from Heaven's perspective.

This simple book takes the view of Heaven recorded by John and explains one vital detail no one should have ever missed. John was the only eyewitnesses to see the entire book of Revelation revealed in visions shown in Heaven. Whenever John saw one of those visions, he was confused. Each time an angel or other being came to John to explain what he just saw.

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