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From Wikipedia on City, A city is a relatively large and permanent human settlement. A city needs to have people in it, otherwise it is a Ghost town. The New Jerusalem is a city with people in it. You may ask "Who are them"? They are those who have their names written in the Book of Life. Nothing impure will ever enter it, nor will anyone who ...


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Actually the one has nothing to do with the other. The reason for our savior being referred to as the Lamb of God comes from the nature of a Lamb. Even though an adult sheep is prone to wander away from the flock a Lamb is not. Lambs are dependent on the flock for their nourishment, which is common knowledge among shepherds. Revelation 21:9 Updated King ...


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The ancients often believed that everything on earth is a replica of things that are in heaven. We see this in Hebrews 8:5: They worship in a copy and shadow of the heavenly sanctuary ... In the vision described in Revelation 21:9ff, John is shown this heavenly city of Jerusalem - the real Jerusalem. This is demonstrated in following verses, as the ...


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Dr. Hugh Nibley, an LDS scholar who did extensive research on the Book of Mormon, discussed this issue in chapter 4 of his book "Lehi In The Desert", describing how Laban fits a quite well-defined role in the culture of his time and place: that of the local military governor. But what were the records doing at Laban's house, and who was Laban anyway? ...



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