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VIDEO: “Behold, I See the Heavens Opened Up” – The Bible Unfolds in Real Life

Escazu, Costa Rica, was a place of magic when the skies opened up just like it says in the Bible. The wonderful show which is presented to us is truly unbelievable and we can’t help but thank Jesus for what He gives us every day.
This kind of phenomenon can only be a gift from God and we must cherish it and remember just how much He loves us and what He did for us.

Here’s some information on the biblical Heaven, provided by Wikipedia.

Traditionally, Christianity has taught that Heaven is the location of the throne of God as well as the holy angels, although this is in varying degrees considered metaphorical. In traditional Christianity, it is considered a state or condition of existence (rather than a particular place somewhere in the cosmos) of the supreme fulfillment of theosis in the beatific vision of the Godhead. In most forms of Christianity, heaven is also understood as the abode for the redeemed dead in the afterlife, usually a temporary stage before the resurrection of the dead and the saints’ return to the New Earth.


The resurrected Jesus is said to have ascended to heaven where he now sits at the Right Hand of God and will return to earth in the Second Coming. Various people have been said to have entered heaven while still alive, including Enoch, Elijah and Jesus himself, after his resurrection. According to Roman Catholic teaching, Mary, mother of Jesus, is also said to have been assumed into heaven and is titled the Queen of Heaven.

The Gospel of Matthew frequently uses the phrase “Kingdom of Heaven”, where the other Synoptic Gospels speak of the “kingdom of God”, one of the key elements of the teachings of Jesus in the New Testament. Revelation 12:7-9 speaks of a war in Heaven between Michael the Archangel and his angels against Satan and his angels, after which Satan and his angels are “thrown down to the earth”.

In the 2nd century AD, Irenaeus of Lyons recorded a belief that, in accordance with John 14:2, those who in the afterlife see the Saviour are in different mansions, some dwelling in the Heavens, others in paradise and others in “the city”.

While the word used in all these writings, in particular the New Testament Greek word οὐρανός (ouranos), applies primarily to the sky, it is also used metaphorically of the dwelling place of God and the blessed. Similarly, though the English word “heaven” still keeps its original physical meaning when used, for instance, in allusions to the stars as “lights shining through from Heaven”, and in phrases such as heavenly body to mean an astronomical object, the Heaven or happiness that Christianity looks forward to is, according to Pope John Paul II, “neither an abstraction nor a physical place in the clouds, but a living, personal relationship with the Holy Trinity. It is our meeting with the Father which takes place in the risen Christ through the communion of the Holy Spirit.”

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