A Mansion in Glory Land
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A Mansion in Glory Land  -     By: Walter Butler

A Mansion in Glory Land

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Title: A Mansion in Glory Land
By: Walter Butler
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 168
Vendor: Xulon Press
Publication Date: 2009
Dimensions: 5.98 X 9.01 X 0.38 (inches)
Weight: 9 ounces
ISBN: 1615792244
ISBN-13: 9781615792245
Stock No: WW792245

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A MANSION IN GLORY LAND Walter Butler Prompted by convergent factors that influenced my life, I have been compelled to write a manuscript about mankind from his birth to that great moment of entering that house not made with hands to live forever with the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Thus the book A MANSION IN GLORY LAND was conceived. The thesis of the book reflects the inspiration, scripture, study and prayer about Heaven, the New Jerusalem, and that House not made with Hands. More specifically the book sets forth the scriptural guidelines that lead through the earthly journey of life to the Safe Harbor of Heaven's Gate. The book is based upon teachings and doctrines ascribed to in the King's James Version of the Bible. A MANSION IN GLORY LAND emphasizes the omniscience, omnipotence, and the omnipresence of God. It establishes the Triune God as creator of Heaven and Earth. The book sets forth promises made by God and how He has or is fulfilling those promises to mankind. Attention is given to how man has not been good stewards of earthly blessings. Disobedience is illuminated and sin entered into man. The book points out that the wages of sin is death, and the high (Godly) road leads to eternal life. God's Grace was and is still great and abundant. A Glimpse of Heaven is expanded upon in the last three chapters of the book. Walter Butler, Author

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