The Book of Ezekiel ends with the prophet's fantastic vision of the city of God. The Lord's sanctuary is in the middle of the tribes of Israel (vs. 10) and God's presence is there with His people. In fact, the very name of the city shall be "The Lord Is There." After years of struggle against the destruction that sin wreaks in our relationship with God, finally we have peace. Just as Jesus, the One whose name Emmanuel means "God with us" signifies God's presence with His people, so, too, does this holy city reflect that truth. Despite its many chapters of gloom and doom, the book ends on an incredibly positive note. The final verse of Ezekiel reads: "The circumference of the city shall be eighteen thousand cubits. And the name of the city from that time on shall be, The Lord is There" (vs. 35). Amen! Hallelujah!