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Isaiah’s Vision (Isaiah 6)
When one get a glimpse of the glory of God, it can change his life. It may change how one views himself. It may change how one views others. It did for Isaiah. Look Up Isaiah had a vision of … Continue reading
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Angels (Part One)
Angels are mentioned throughout the Bible. They are mentioned in Genesis. They are mentioned in Revelation. The word “angel(s)” appear 285 times in the King James version (108 times in the Old Testament and 177 times in the New Testament). The … Continue reading
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Revelation: The Twenty-four Elders and The Four Living Creatures
Twenty-four elders and four living creatures are mentioned in Revelation 4 and 5. They are engaged in worshipping. They say, “Holy, holy, holy Lord God Almighty, who was and is and is to come!… You are worthy, O Lord, to … Continue reading
Posted in Revelation, Textual study, Type/Antitype Tagged cherubim, day of atonement, destruction of veil, face of lion and calf and man and eagle, four living creatures, holy, Jesus the lamb, laver/sea, mercy seat, most holy place, praising God and Jesus, Revelation 4-5, seraphim, stephenos, tabernacle/temple imagery, the ark of the covenant, the ark of the LORD/Jehovah, tree of life, twenty four divisions of priesthood, twenty four elders, veil, victory crown, white robes, worthy art thou Leave a comment