Revelation 6 – The Six Seals

Chapter six of Revelation continues John's vision in the throne room of heaven. His eyes fix on the Lamb (Jesus Christ) as he opens the first of the seven seals that had sealed the scroll with writing on both sides (5:1 with 6:1). John then says, \"I saw, and behold. . .\" (6:2, Revised Standard Version). This expression, variously...


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