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Seraphim Sound The Seven Trumpets

“And I saw the seven angels which stood before God; and to them were given seven trumpets.”

Revelation 8:2

God is revealing the mystery of His Seraphim in our generation because we stand at the end of the Gentile Church age. In this time, as He did in the Wilderness of Sin, God is about to prove His people. Our test, though, is not a land of barren wastes and scorpions, our test is the Tabernacle Blessing.

The Seven Spirits of God are His Seraphim. These are the “us” that God worked with to create the seven realms of His Spirit. They are the temporary covering cherub of our creation until such time as God creates a New Heavens and New Earth. At that time, we come down from heaven, a fully formed Seraph, and we rule and reign with Christ forever, the covering cherub of God’s new creation.

God created the worlds with Christ in mind

The worlds (plural) were created with Christ in view. Literally, the Greek word “worlds” is “aiones” which means ages or eons. God created the 7 ages or “eons” through the lens of Christ and with him in mind. Therefore, God’s seven seraphs, who were intimately involved with creation, are present at and announce it’s destruction too.

Likewise, the book of Revelation is about revealing Jesus Christ and who He really is. This world is Christ-centered, as have been all the other creations before us. We see the court of God; his throne, the four living creatures, Seraphim and a myriad of angels. The Lamb of God breaks the seals which allows the judgments to go forth.

Seraphs blow the seven trumpets

The opening of the seventh seal begins the final series of judgments upon this earth, culminating in this creation’s total annihilation. Seraphs announce the seven last judgments of the Most High. Angels are “messengers” and, as such, that term is a designation rather than a strict class of beings with specifically defined characteristics. It is like talking about God. God is a label that describes what He is, but YHWH is His actual name. Likewise, angels perform various acts at God’s direction. However, within that description of a messenger, many beings are angels.

Therefore, the seven spirits which stand before God’s throne, referred to as angels, are Seraphs of the Most High. Each Seraph has a main characteristic and these are Wisdom, Understanding, Knowledge, Might, Counsel, Fear of the Lord, and the Spirit of the Lord. However, each possess a name given to them by God. Lucifer, who is a fallen Seraph, is the only one that we actually know the name of.

God says,

” Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out: and I will write upon him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God, which is new Jerusalem, which cometh down out of heaven from my God: and I will write upon him my new name. “

Revelation 3:12

Jesus gives us a new name, his new name, as a Seraph of Most high. Seraphs, though spoken of as one being, are actually an amalgamation of whole races of beings that all flow together as one.

Spirit Of The Living God by Audrey Assad