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In JHN 14:2, Jesus said, “In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there you may be also.” The New Jerusalem was being prepared by the master builder Jesus as a future home for his saints.

Satan learned many things about the plan of God from what was written in the New Testament and tried to use this knowledge to his own advantage. He knew that Jesus would have to defeat him before taking his saints to live in these new mansions. Crafty and cunning, Satan wondered what was in the place that Jesus was preparing for his saints, and whether he might be able to use it to his advantage.

In the current book, the Accuser was intrigued with the massive, triangle shaped object that floated in space just outside the confines of heaven. He wanted to go inside and take a peek. Yet, time was running out for him after his confinement in the Bottomless pit for a thousand years.
In a dream, he masqueraded himself as an angel of light, and flew around to one of the gates of the City, where he quickly glided through the doorway with the other angels, swooping into the huge expanse. Keeping a low profile, he continued to examine places that might offer an opportunity. But what would he do? Maybe, he could destroy much of what the Lord had created. Or maybe, he could plant something in the City that would change the course of Bible prophecy and turn his defeat into victory. At last, a brilliant insight filled his mind, and he knew exactly what needed to be done. After carrying out his newly conceived plot, he took wing again, and quickly exited the mammoth expanse of the New Jerusalem. In the cloud covers of earth, he again took on the form of the devil, and prepared to do battle with the inhabitants of the New Jerusalem. Because of his cleverness, no one would know what he had been up to. It would be his little secret. Yes, there was something very strange and sinister about him now; he had a big smile on his face and was laughing very heartily, even as the fire came down from heaven. The underlying question must now be asked: will his big dream in fact become a reality or was it just a figment of his imagination? And so, the story begins.

Ficción y literatura
31 de agosto
G. Michael Epping
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