A master plan exists for human life so amazing that it goes beyond human imagination. No human mind could give birth to it nor can any human ability bring it into being. The plan is intended for all people who will claim it for themselves. The plan is given to us by our Creator through Moses’s tabernacle in approximately 1440 BC in a book called Exodus, and it is about to be fulfilled in the near future.
The tabernacle is the blueprint for the plan through an amazing, voluminous number of symbols expressed in measurements, the furniture within it, metals and substances for construction, and colors and areas used within it. The historic people, Israel, were the scale model of the plan, a living clarification of the symbols on the stage of planet earth. In part five, you’ll find several chapters of totally unique revelations that give us a clearer understanding of some concepts that we have had difficulty in grasping, particularly in the chapter “The Cell of Life.”
Let’s put off the conventional, humanly preconceived, limiting blindness of human legalism and tradition and explore the concepts from a greater mind whose vision is unlimited. That vision is expressed in a being who has agape (sacrificial) love. The plan with its promises is available to everyone who really wants it—a gift requiring no merit on the part of the receiver, only a hungry heart desiring truth and a willingness to follow its guidance. The purpose of Exodus: The Master Plan is to draw you into this plan so you may have all of its promise.
About the Author
An award-winning artist, Alice Gravatt earned a degree in art education from St. Olaf College. Early in her career, she taught art in Marshalltown, Iowa. But her passion throughout her life has been to discover the depths of the word of God. Growing up in Chicago during the depression era, she was called at the age of nine from an unbelieving family to encounter her Heavenly Father in an amazing personal experience. That led to a lifelong study of the Word by revelation. Today, she resides in Ashburn, Virginia.