“Behold the One Who Sits on the Throne!”

Dear Tabernacle Family,


I know the last couple weeks have seemed like a year and this year has seemed like a decade; even though time is flying by at an accelerated rate and sometimes it's hard for our emotions to even catch up. My peace has been resilient as these words have been reverberating in my spirit. “Behold the one who sits on the throne!” (Rev 4:2)


Can you imagine it? The throne of the King of all creation; no one is greater, no one more worthy to sit on it, no one is more majestic, and no one is more loving. In the book of Revelation, John is taken there for a moment and fell on the ground at his feet as though he was dead. “Behold the one who sits on the throne!”


The throne of the living God who is faithful and true. Faithful to keep His promise to never leave us or forsake us. He is true, He is not a liar! We know because He is who he says He is, and will do what He says he will do. “Behold the one who sits on the throne!” The governments of the world rest upon his shoulders. Psalm 103:19 says The Lord has established His throne in heaven and His kingdom rules over all. He isn’t surprised by anything happening in the craziness and He isn’t fazed by it because He rules over all of it. “Behold the one who sits on the throne!” Webster defines the word behold as: to gaze upon; to perceive through sight. When we behold the one who sits on the throne, we see him for who He really is. This creates a peace that passes all understanding. Beholding him is when we truly see Him and can’t help but trust in His leadership. I want to encourage you to remember to “Behold the one who sits on the throne!”


In His Name,


Pastor Jenn Cupicha


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