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Revelation 5: A New Song

even as John stared in wonder at the fantastic image before him, the Lamb moved to the throne and took the scroll from the One sitting there. When that happened, an eruption of Sensurround experiences poured forth.  

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Isaiah 17: An Oracle Against Damascus

After beginning with Moab to the south, the prophet Isaiah turned his gaze northwards to the alliance of Israel – called Ephraim in the text, the Northern Kingdom – and Damascus. Isaiah addressed them together, as they were allied in opposition to both Assyria and to Judah.

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Revelation: The Lion is a Lamb

For prophets, visions tend to be highly symbolic, with imagery that arouses heightened passions as well as points to an absolute reality. In a sense, visions are both a veil, and a veil being removed.

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Revelation 5: The Seven-Sealed Scroll

It makes sense the throne would have captured John’s attention first. It was at the center of his vision, glorious, radiating a cascade of rainbow light. That he noticed the elders next also makes sense, as they were human in appearance. The four living beasts were also at the center of the scene, and their…

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Isaiah 14: Purposes of God

Refuge is found in God

God is the Mighty Sovereign of the universe, Creator, Sustainer, and the One Who holds all accountable to the Word and words of God.

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Revelation 4: Seraphim

In this post I put the scene all together and search the scriptures of other accounts that describe God’s heavenly throne room.

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