Framed Prints each signed by the artist. 16" x 20"
The apostle John is taken into the heavenly throne room and what a glorious scene it must have been! All of heaven singing praises to God on His throne. John can merely describe this heavenly vision with earthly terms.
In the 6th chapter of the Bible's Book of Revelation, it tells of the vision Apostle John is given of the beginning of the endtimes. He sees Jesus as the only one who is worthy, opening the sealed scroll which is sealed with 7 seals.
In this highly detailed illustration we see Michael, the archangel, and his army defeat the dragon, Satan, and his army in a supernatural battle. The liar and accuser is no longer able to appear before the throne of God to point the finger of guilt toward God's people.
The book of Revelation, the Apostle John's vivid record of Divinely revealed visions and messages, concerns the events surrounding the second coming of Christ. This illustration is taken from the scripture that actually describes that dramatic event in detail.
This unnamed angel is described in Chapter 20 as coming down out of heaven, obviously straight from the presence of the Lord himself. Some scholars believe this to be the "Angel of the Lord" which in the Old Testament was a reference to Jesus himself.
As recorded in Exodus the 3rd chapter, God spoke to Moses through a bush that burned, but was not consumed. He revealed to Moses the name by which He would be known. He said, "I Am Who I Am", which means "The Self-Existent One" or "The Eternal I Am".
Rapture is a word that means "a gathering up" and it is used by Christians to refer to the time when Jesus will return to the earth to gather all His believers up to Him. The dead will rise first, from graves, from the depths of the seas, or wherever their bodies rested whether whole or in parts.
Of all the visions described in the Bible, this one in the first chapter of Ezekiel seems to be one of the most intriguing and hard to imagine. While in Babylonian captivity Ezekiel receives this vision. He sees the presence of God, as molten metal or a flaming fire seated on a throne of sparkling blue sapphire, with a rainbow encircling Him in the clouds.