John's visions dovetail in several places with Ezekiel's vision, and especially here, the correlations are strong. So what was measuring the temple to signify? As you probably have guessed, answers may vary (!) #Revelation11 #MeasuringtheTemple #Ezekiel
Isaiah 6: Seraphim and Cherubim
Isaiah was left with the lasting impression of God as sacred and set apart, glorious beyond measure, pure beyond imagining, calling God the Holy One of Israel more than any other writer in the Bible.
Hebrews: Perfect, Permanent Propitiation
Since Jesus offered perfect and permanent propitiation, it means what was damaged is now perfectly and permanently repaired.
Gospel of John: Made One
Only in proportion as believers are made perfect in oneness with God through Jesus, and therefore with each other, will the world recognize that God did send Jesus.
Blueprint for the Tabernacle, Exodus 25-27
Moses was up on the mountain for forty days, with a sense of excitement and challenge, as God laid out the blueprints and decorating details for God's earthly tabernacle.