Revelation Lesson 33: Seventh Seal, Silence and Sounds

March 19, 2020 @ 3:34 pm

This lesson is from Revelation 8:1-13 and it is on the breaking of the seventh seal, which is the longest judgment of the seven because it is composed of the seven trumpet judgments, and the seventh trumpet judgment is composed of the seven bowl judgments.  It is a very serious seal; so, because of its seriousness, there is an eerie silence in Heaven after the Lamb (Christ) opens it.  After discussing "Silent Heaven," we will look at some heavenly "Serving Angels" (those who stand before God and are called "the trumpet angels") and a "Special Angel," Who John saw standing before the Altar performing the task of High Priest (we get into a discussion as to His identity).

In this lesson, we discuss the burned land of the first trumpet judgment, the bloodied sea of the second trumpet judgment, the bittered waters of the third trumpet judgment, and the blackened sky of the fourth trumpet judgment.  In conclusion, we mention the flying angel, who is like an eagle, and cries forth the words, "Woe, woe, woe" - one "woe" for each of the three remaining trumpet judgments.

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