This book is about a place that everyone wants to go to but where is not everyone is going. Its Biblical name is Heaven. The book differentiates between the atmospheric Heaven, the starry Heaven, and Heaven the abode of God. Heaven is a perfect place where there is no sin and sorrow. There is absolute peace. However, there are certain requirements laid down by God for those who are to enter into His presence. First, and foremost, there cannot be any sin or anything that defiles. That automatically bars all of us from being there, because we are all sinners. We are sinners because we have been born with a sinful nature, and then we live lives of sin and rebellion to God. For that, we have to be judged. God has provided a way whereby we can freely enter into Heaven, through accepting the work done by His Son on the cross as our own. Only then will we be able to enter into this place of which we speak. Heaven is far beyond our ability to describe or imagine. It is so beautiful and holy that we can just barely tell of it. Various aspects of Heaven such as Paradise, the Kingdom of God, the Ivory Palaces, are described using direct quotes from God's Holy Word.
The object of the book is to direct the reader to God's way of salvation and to draw to the attention of each reader some of the beauties of Heaven. "As it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him." (I Corinthians 2:9)