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 July 3 – God’s Residence; Kolob, or Heaven? Matthew 23:22; “And he that shall swear by heaven, sweareth by the throne of God, and by him that sitteth thereon.”

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4th of July.1July 3 – God’s Residence; Kolob, or Heaven? Matthew 23:22; “And he that shall swear by heaven, sweareth by the throne of God, and by him that sitteth thereon.”

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Kolob

Wikipedia: Detail of Facsimile No. 2 (the Hypocephalus of Sheshonq). Reference numeral 1 represents Kolob according to Joseph Smith. Critics interpret this as an altered figure of a creator god.

By default, the subject of where we’re going to live after we die is second only to the object of our existence, that being Christ Jesus.

Heaven is the ultimate goal for every Christian with as many opinions of what it’ll be like as there are believers. One thing is for certain, there are 5,353 references to heaven in the Bible, and it shows up in the book of Revelation more than any other book of the New Testament.

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Mormon Decisions 10Times and Seasons, 4:82; “A Vision,” Poem written in February 1843 (response to a poem written by W.W. Phelps); “From the council in Kolob, to time on the earth. And for ages to come unto them I will show My pleasure & will, what my kingdom will do: Eternity’s wonders they truly shall know”. — Joseph Smith

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Mormon Decisions 10Ensign, ‘Teaching and Learning by the Spirit,’ March 1997, p 16; “Just as Kolob is the source of light for other stars and planets (see Facsimile 2, fig. 5), Jesus Christ is the source of light for the immensity of space, including the sun, moon, stars, and earth (D&C 88:5–13).” – Dallin Oaks

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Kolob the Center of Our Universe

salt lake mormon temple 2Behold the Lamb of God, pg 29, 46; “Kolob, the Governor…But this fact seems reasonably clear that this hub or center of a galaxy exists and performs, in broad principle, the functions of Kolob and that Kolob’s existence and function were known about four thousand years before our day.” – J. Reuben Clark

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