Rev 4:11, 5:9-10,12: Praise the Lamb Who Makes Us a Kingdom and Priests:
Handout: Rev 4:11, 5:9-10,12: Praise the Lamb Who Makes Us a Kingdom and Priests
In tonight's study, we look at a canticle of praise comprised of several verses in Revelation 4 and 5 used as the last of the psalms in the Evening Office for the Solemnity of All Saints. We also examine the verses in between to gain context. This leads us primarily to a discussion of how great Jesus is, how He is the bridge between the Creator and creation, the Mediator, the Way, how He Himself is the Gospel, and why we would burst into such praise of Him. We explore some of the Old Testament images and themes used by John in Revelation. We digress a bit about how our prayers and lives can be a pleasing aroma to God as well as on the Millennium and possible answers to the question of over whom the Saints reign in the Kingdom. We then stopped the cameras and prayed the Evening Office together.
Tags: Psalms, Revelation, Rev 4, Rev 5, Rev 4:11, Rev 5:9-12, Jesus, Praise, Millennium, Prayer, Incense, Mediator, Gospel, Kerygma, Didache, Lion of the Tribe of Judah, Root of David, Root of Jesse
We suggest you begin here:
Foundations of Bible Study