This book "Enoch, What Does Heaven Look Like?" is the story of Enoch’s amazing journey into the heavens, where he meets with specific angels that lead him on a trip through the various dimensions of the heavens, and eventually to the Throne of God.
This book is meant to give the reader a general description of what heaven looks like from the perspective of the man who walked with God named Enoch; the great-grandfather of Noah (Genesis 5:22-29). For the Bible says (Genesis 5:24) that Enoch "walked with God: and he was not; for God took him." Enoch is listed in the Bible and the Apocryphal works.
While Enoch is in heaven he receives revelation from God and the archangels about the first seven days of God’s creation of the universe; and the mysteries of the wonders of the various heavens while he visits there. This story of Enoch’s epic adventure is an adaptation taken from the Holy Bible, and the book of Enoch, and is written in three parts.
The first part of this book is based on an adaptation of the Bible’s book of Genesis, and is written from the perspective of Enoch’s description of the revelation that he get from the Lord, regarding the first seven days of God’s Genesis of creation.
The second part of this book is meant to give a general description of what heaven looks like, and is an adaptation based on the “Book of Enoch” and the revelation that Enoch receives from the Lord God, as the archangels lead Enoch through the various dimensions of the heavens showing him the wonders that exists there.
The third part of this book described in the last two chapters is an adaptation from the Bible and the “Book of Enoch” regarding the revelation that Enoch receives about the Throne of the God, and the revelation of Jesus the Christ, the Son of God, the Son of Man.
The work in this book is not the original “Book of Enoch” letter by letter, but is an adaptation taken from the “Book of Enoch” and the Holy Bible.
This book is written in story form and is also a form of poetry; and is not meant to be considered the cannon of Holy Scripture.