Rimsky-Korsakov's fourteenth opera was about the legendary Russian city of Kitezh. The legend is that long ago, Tartar invaders were coming to destroy the city. A woman named Fevronia prayed that God would intervene and the city would be spared destruction. Immediately Kitezh became invisible, except for its reflection in a nearby lake. If every eye will see Him when Jesus comes again, and the new Jerusalem comes down from God out of Heaven, it will not be an invisible city. Nor will it be a city threatened by any danger. As an old song says, "It is the new Jerusalem that shall not pass away."