Throne room of God reflected in Human Anatomy

by Matt
(Middlesboro, Kentucky)

Surrounding God's throne are 24 elders who all bow down. The human body has 12 ribs on each side that each face downward. There are 4 living creatures surrounding the throne with eyes within and without. The heart has 4 chambers with holes within and without for the passage of blood. Thunder and lightning proceed forth from His throne. The heart has an electrical system which shoots across the heart much like lightning causing myocardial contraction. The heart also makes a lub-dub sound similar to thunder due to the contracted blood being ejected and the closure of valves. Our bodies are called temples of the living God, and interestingly have similarities to His throne room. If this comparison is correct then God's throne would be on our heart. I guess it is up to us if we give Him the proper place in our life as our ruler and King.

Interesting perspective - Watchman Bob

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Common English translations of Hebrew and Messianic terms used in this commentary:

Yehovah - the LORD or GOD
Yah - I Am (the short form         of Yahovah)
Elohim - God
El - God (the short form of         Elohim)
Adonai - my Lord or Master
Yehoshua - Jesus
Yeshua - Jesus (the short
     form of Yehoshua)
Followers of Yehoshua - 
     Christians
Messiah - Christ
Assembly of Followers of
     Yahushua - the Church
Yahudim - Jews
Antimessiah - Antichrist
BBM - Before the Birth of
     the Messiah (rather than
     BC or BCE)
ABM - After the Birth of the      Messiah (rather than AD
    or CE)

For a complete explanation of Hebrew terms used, go to Important Terms and Concepts.