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The Temple of God will be the largest building in the City of New Jerusalem. It will consist of twelve individual temples surrounding a central dome, like spokes on a wheel. Each temple will be as large as the largest temples of today. Each will have steeples on its outside end and be connected to the center at its inside end. The central dome will be massive and exceed in size and height the twelve temples and towers that surround it. It will be the Holy of Holies, the throne of God, and the seat of the Government of God during the Millennium.


Who can comprehend the sight? A glorious temple in the center of a magnificent city, the capital of the Kingdom of God on earth and the throne of Jesus Christ. Soon, the God of Israel himself will be there. Then the glory of God, the radiance of the temple, and the light of the city itself will shine for all the world to see.


This is a time of preparation for the Saints. They have built this city and temple in order to receive their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Soon the twelve Tribes of Israel that have gathered together to build this city will enter the temple assigned to them, they will be washed and anointed, cleansed and prepared, and then they will enter the throne room to meet their God.


Are you preparing for that day? Will you be there with the rest of the sanctified Saints? Do you know the signs, times and events that lead up to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ? This book will give you the knowledge you need to understand this great event and what it will be like to live during the Millennium. It will give you a clear understanding of the events leading up to, during, and after Christ's reign upon the earth. Finally, and perhaps most important of all, it will give you the scriptural documentation you will need to confirm these truths for yourself.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2001
March 2
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
156
Pages
PUBLISHER
Walking the Line Publications
SELLER
Kevan Kingsley Clawson
SIZE
1.2
MB

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