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Then, in verse 20, the Lord interpreted the vision to John by explaining that the mystery of the seven golden lampstands was seven churches. But what does it mean for the churches to be “golden lampstands”? For the churches to be golden lampstands signifies that they are the corporate expression of the Triune God.
The seven lampstands represent the seven churches the John wrote letters to in Revelation. I believe the seven stars represent the pastors or preachers of those seven churches.
Here we discover that the seven lampstands are symbolic of seven churches. The seven churches are listed in Revelation 2-3. They are churches in the cities of Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea. The seven stars appear to be the pastors of the seven churches.The design of the lampstand is most meaningful. Though the lampstand is but one, there are six branches with seven lamps. In all man’s six days (or six thousand years) of history, this design has never been improved. In the thirty-five hundred years since Moses described this pattern, no one has been able to produce a better design.He tells John that the seven golden lampstands are the seven churches. (History states that they are the seven main churches in Asia Minor.).
B. Christ walks in the midst of the seven golden lampstands - the churches C. Christ knows the deeds of the church 1. Working hard - Gr. Kopos - Romans 16:12, I Corinthians 15:10, Galatians 4:11 zealous for God in service 2. Perseverance - Gr. Hupomone - heroic courage in accepting sufferings, hardships and.
The mystery of the seven stars that you saw in my right hand and of the seven golden lampstands is this: The seven stars are the angels of the seven churches, and the seven lampstands are the seven churches.
As for the mystery of the seven stars that you saw in my right hand, and the seven golden lampstands, the seven stars are the angels of the seven churches, and the seven lampstands are the seven churches.
At the end of the Bible, in Revelation 1, there are seven golden lampstands. As indicated in verse 20, the seven lampstands symbolize seven local churches. According to verse 11 these seven churches were in seven cities, respectively, one local church in each city. This picture shows that each local church is a lampstand, just as Christ is.
The book of Revelation refers to seven golden lampstands (Revelation 1.12). This probably refers to the menorah (a Jewish lampstand with seven arms) which Moses was instructed to make in Exodus 25.31-40 and which was used in the temple.
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Revelation 1 New Int. Readers Version 1 This is the revelation that God gave to Jesus Christ. Jesus shows those who serve God what will happen soon. God made it known by sending his angel to his servant John. 2 John gives witness to everything he saw. The things he gives witness to are God's word and what Jesus Christ has said.
Seven golden lampstands. These first objects, among all that will be shown John in the visions, represent the seven churches to whom John is writing (Revelation 1:20). When the Lord gives his message to the church at Ephesus, he threatens to remove their lamstand from its place (Revelation 2:5). 2 The Son of Man. Son of man.
The golden lampstand, or candlestick, stands to the left as one enters through the door of the tabernacle. It is made of pure gold, from one piece of metal, has no joints, and is carved with buds and flowers under each branch of it.
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The Christ-Centered Life: Seven Golden Lampstands The third book in “The Christ-Centered Life series”, is “Seven Golden Lampstands”, and it is now complete. This book focuses on what YHWH (YaHWeH) wants to say and do in Scotland and beyond in the coming years, and it does so through an extensive exploration of John chapter fifteen and the first three chapters of the book of Revelation.