The Tabernacle, Temple, and Sanctuary – Revelation
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. In simple terms, those events showed us, every being in Heaven understood each and every one of those symbols. Angels in Heaven watched Satan grow from a serpent in Eden to a dragon in the last days. Where do we go to interpret those symbols? There is no other place other than Heaven. Interpretations based on this world have been wrong for centuries. One interpretation after another has failed. An interpretation from Heaven has never failed.
About Dennis Herman (Sheboygan, Wisconsin Author)
What is it you want to know about the author? I guess that should be, what do you want to know about me? That may be one of the first things I'd like to mention. I have seen God's sense of humor. Did you ever watch that one movie about Jesus that showed how He loved to play with children? Jesus laughed in that movie a number of times. I think everyone should know Jesus well enough to see His humorous side. Once you see that, you can say, “I've met the living God.” It took a major loss in my life to see Jesus' personality and all the ways He had been reaching out. So my books center on how Jesus reached out to people in all those stories in scripture. That is a unique writing style that is rare in any generation. And I thank God, He has been patient enough with me to wait until I was ready to listen. That is where I'd like to see people get with their relationship with God.