|The people of the Supreme God were given the right to judge.|
The LORD – the Supreme Judge – sat on His throne to judge the rulers of the earth immediately the Vatican City was established in 1929. The LORD – the Ancient of Days – was described as ‘the One who has been Living for Ever’.
The thrones of the twenty four elders were put in place, and the twenty four elders sat round the throne of the LORD. The Clergy were there to serve Him, and the Laity stood before the throne of the LORD.
“While I was looking, thrones were put in place. One who had been Living for Ever sat down on one of the thrones. His clothes were white as snow, and his hair was like pure wool. His throne, mounted on fiery wheels, was blazing with fire, and a stream of fire was pouring out from it. There were many thousands of people there to serve him, and millions of people stood before him.” (Daniel 7:9-10)
While I was looking, thrones were put in place: the twenty four thrones of the twenty four elders and the throne of God were put in place.
One who had been Living for Ever sat down on one of the thrones: the Ancient of Days sat on His throne, surrounded by the thrones of the twenty four elders.
His clothes were white as snow: He was clothed in righteousness.
No one is righteous. Only God is righteous.
And his hair was like pure wool: He was the Elder, Wisdom and Judge.
Hair like pure wool: the symbol of Old Age
The Father is an old man. He is the Ancient of Days.
Hair like pure wool: signifies wisdom.
The Father is the all wise and all knowing God because He has always been around, and has so many years of experience.
Pure wool: white wig worn by judges in the court of law. This means that the Father was the Judge; and His throne was the Judge’s seat.
His throne, mounted on fiery wheels, was blazing with fire: His throne, mounted on glories, was made up of light and heat.
Fiery Wheels = Glories
- A 24 Hours period is equal to a circle
- A week is equal to a circle
- A month is equal to a circle
- A year is equal to a circle
God’s throne was mounted on circles. Everything happening within these circles constitutes the glory or beauty of God. Example: everything contained within a twenty four Hours period, and the sum of the activities of everything within this period, are equal to the glory or the beauty of God. Sunrise, sunset, rain, thunderstorm, snowstorm, lightning, photosynthesis, politics, concerts, games, movies, school, work, etc, are the beauties or glories of God.
The planets travel in circles round the sun, the satellites travel in circles round the planets, the moon travels in circle round the earth, and they travel in circles on their own axes. Comets and other bodies travel in circles in space. All these circles are different glories of God; and God’s throne was mounted on them.
Blazing with Fire:
Apart from the glories, the throne of God was built on the bright stars in space. The stars emit light and heat such that the throne of God was described as blazing with fire. Imagine the enormity of heat and light from a star, and the sum of the stars in space. That is how much heat and light from the throne of God.
And a stream of fire was pouring out from it: each star is a sun. The light and heat of the sun are produced as series of outburst of flames from the interior to the surface of the sun. The sum of the outbursts of flames by all the stars in space is equal to a stream of fire. The outburst of flames is what was meant by ‘fire was pouring out’.
There were many thousands of people there to serve him: members of the clergy were there to serve the LORD.
It is a kingdom of priests to serve the LORD and Father.
The Clergy = the 144,000
And millions of people stood before him: and the Laity stood before the throne of the LORD.
The Laity = the Enormous Crowd