Welcome Andy!! "Once again, Amen and Amen to all that you shared on today's blog. As we know, Johnathon did not get to be king. The Lord - In the original here the word is not יהוה yehovâh but אדני 'ădonāy; see the notes at Isaiah 1:24. the prince of rap, The gates of slumber, Lin -the end of corruption world-, The morning of, The citizens of halloween, Maylene and the sons of disaster, Mincing fury and guttural clamour of … and his train filled the temple; either the material temple visionally seen, where his feet were, and his throne in heaven, as Jarchi interprets it; or heaven, as Kimchi, which is the Lord's holy temple, where his throne is, Psalm 11:4 or rather the human nature of Christ, the temple where the fulness of the Godhead dwells bodily, and which the train of divine perfections fill; though it may be best of all to understand it of the church, the temple of the living God; and "his train" may denote the effects of Christ's kingly and priestly offices, with which the Church was filled upon his exaltation; as the gifts and graces of his Spirit in an extraordinary manner on the day of Pentecost, and since in a more ordinary way; whereby men have been made ministers of the New Testament, and churches filled with them, and these made useful in filling the churches with members. The train of His robe filled the temple. Sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up. well its part of His Robe. (2) It was the manifestation of Yahweh in the person of the Messiah, of the 'only begotten Son who hath revealed or declared him,' that he saw Such manifestations of God have been made often, and all that the declaration of Isaiah implies, of necessity, is, that he had a vision of God incarnate seated in glory, from whom he now received a new commission to go out and proclaim the truth to that wicked and rebellious generation. I love that thought! UPDATE: I posted this in September 2016. Have a great week! Isaiah saw, and that not when asleep and dreaming; but God gave him, when awake, an insight into the invisible world, by opening an inner sense for the supersensuous, whilst the action of the outer senses was suspended, and by condensing the supersensuous into a sensuous form, on account of the composite nature of man and the limits of his present state. must have been much in the prophet’s thoughts. Now if I'm right, the train of a robe or dress as on weddings in the part behind the the person wearing it. The doors are supposed to open, and the veil hiding the Holy of Holies to be withdrawn, unfolding to his view a vision of God represented as an Eastern monarch, attended by seraphim as His ministers of state (1Ki 22:19), and with a robe and flowing train (a badge of dignity in the East), which filled the temple. Now if I'm right, the train of a robe or dress as on weddings in the part behind the the person wearing it. It is remarkable, also, that it is not the "usual" appearance of God in the temple to which he refers. Once they’re in, they’re in. 1 In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple. So I googled the meaning and came to your blog!I have alsways been fascinated by the accounts of pirates and sea adventures and will be looking out for some of your books. This is my first time here and I liked this so much. The temple was the place in Old Testament times where the priests took the sins of the people before the Lord in the form of a sacrifice and the people were then made clean. Isaiah 6:1 Parallel I. His Train Filled The Temple. —The word for “temple” is that which expresses its character as the palace of the great King. Then it clicked, our God has never ever lost a battle, hence is train….I feel like speaking in tongues, his train FILLED the temple. Im always hungry for knowledge that brings revelation. Afterward he feels horrible about it. Joseph's ten brothers lived in mental torment until after their father, who typifies our old man, died in Egypt. He mentions his robes; the throne; the seraphim; but mentions no form or appearance of God himself. Vision of Jehovah in His Temple. Despised The Word Of The Holy One Of Israel. I learned that, historically, when a king defeated another king he would behead him and then cut the train of his robe off. And as he paraded past his subjects, the length of his robe was meant to impress. That must have been some long train in order to fill up the temple. The people’s obstinacy unto desolation, Isaiah 6:9-12. Here it is evidently designed as a representation of a large, flowing robe, that filled all the most holy part of the temple. Mon Oct 15th ...."Morning, MaryLu. Largely, and so it includes the courts as well as the house, as that word is oft used; or, 2. High and lifted up - That is, the "throne;" an indication of state and majesty. Isaiah is terrified, Isaiah 6:5; is confirmed for his message, Isaiah 6:6-8. Amazing how the angels covered their faces and their feet and flew. In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple. There is enough mentioned to fill the mind with awe; there is enough concealed to impress as deeply with a sense of the divine majesty. When Isaiah saw the LORD high and lifted up and the train of his robe filling the temple he saw his brokenness. Isaiah is here carried up into heaven; for although in other instances it was undoubtedly the earthly temple which was presented to a prophet's view in an ecstatic vision (Amos 9:1; Ezekiel 8:3; Ezekiel 10:4-5; cf., Acts 22:17), yet here, as the description which follows clearly proves, the "high and exalted throne", (Note: It is to this, and not to ‛Adonai, as the Targum and apparently the accents imply, that the words "high and exalted" refer.). Let me say a word or two about the ministration of loss and sorrow in preparing for the vision. The word "Train" in ancient days did not refer to a locomotive but meant the following: "series, progression, succession, continuous course". This assertion that he had seen God was, according to tradition (not sanctioned by Isa 1:1; see [692]Introduction), the pretext for sawing him asunder in Manasseh's reign (Heb 11:37). I love that song, Rebecca! It’s not like trying to shove a woman and her large wedding gown into a small car. Lord—here Adonai, Jehovah in Isa 6:5; Jesus Christ is meant as speaking in Isa 6:10, according to Joh 12:41. This sight was not corporeal, but with the eyes of the understanding, in the vision of prophecy; and to have a sight of Christ as the Lord, and especially as our Lord, is very delightful and comfortable; for though he is a sovereign Lord, he is no tyrannical one, is very powerful to protect and defend, and has all fulness for supply; and particularly as "sitting upon a throne" as a king, for he having done his work as a priest, sits down on his throne as a king; and a lovely sight it is to see him enthroned at the right hand of the Majesty on high; and therefore is said to be "high and lifted up"; for this is to be understood not of his throne, as if that was high and lifted up in the highest heavens, as the Targum paraphrases it; but of himself, who is high and exalted above all creatures, as Aben Ezra observes; and this sense the accents determine for: the vision refers to the exaltation of Christ, after his humiliation here on earth; and to behold him crowned with glory and honour is very delightful, since he is exalted as our head and representative in our nature, and acts for us in this his exalted state; and we may be assured of being exalted also. 9 He showeth the obstinacy of the people. Every problem, struggle, sin, weakness, and fear we bring to Him is defeated. We know this from the many letters he wrote to the various churches from prison. Thanks for sharing this awesome revelation. And His Train Filled the Temple: A Parable Inspired by J.I. But that which veils His glory is no less splendid, than that portion of it which is revealed. Though He didn't defeat us... but I don't mind being His train, His robe.. or His slave.. as long as I'm His. Related artists: B.g. Bible Verses for I See The Lord - Train Of His Robe Fills the Temple With Glory Isaiah 6 : 1 In the year that king Uzziah died I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up; and his train filled the temple. The encounter was so intense. Yes, that makes sense! In John 1:18, it is said, 'No man hath seen God at any time; the only begotten Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared him.' But I also noticed your question about why David felt so bad about what he had done. His fame spread throughout the land even to the entrance of Egypt! As far as the eye of the seer could look at first, the ground was covered by this splendid robe. And since you are going to judge the world, can’t you decide even these ... A good friend pointed this coin out to me. Im glad! (Comp. This brought revelation to me. When God asked, "Who will go for us? In Isaiah 6, it says the train of his (The Lord’s) robe filled the temple. Isaiah 6:1 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Isaiah 6:1, NIV: "In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord, high and exalted, seated on a throne; and the train of his robe filled the temple." Have a wonderful evening! As the world experiences unsettling times this is a comfort to remember God is over all the earth. O... First of all, you may be scratching your head and wondering why I've spent so much time putting this post together. The temple was the … Then the glory of the Lord went up from the cherub to the threshold of the temple, and the temple was filled with the cloud and the court was filled with the brightness of the glory of the Lord. Thanks, Tom, thanks for your post. He is over whelming Majesty yet the tenderest love at the same time , marvellous, Hi thank you for sharing. Isaiah is outside, near the altar in front of the temple. Therefore it is said, When He ascended on high, He led captivity captive [He led a train of vanquished foes] and He bestowed gifts on men. For we are the temple of His Spirit now. So one day soon I hope to meet you and maybe we can share a story then. AND THAT, IN FACT WE ARE HIS TRAIN!WHAT DO YOU THIN ? He's our Champion, Undefeated and never will!! The train of his robe filled the Temple. Uzziah was a great king of Judah who battled the Philistines and tore down their cities. well its part of His Robe. God's Robe Johnathon died. In this there is great sublimity. How magnificent is our God and King, and I am SO very thrilled/honoured/blessed, to be covered by His robe !! It was such a vivid, intense encounter with the LORD. His train; or, as the word properly signifies, and is here rendered by divers, the skirts or borders of him, or of it, to wit, his royal and judicial robe; for he is represented as a judge. The phrase means He continually fills the temple (I Kings 8:27). The temple may be here taken either, 1. And it's big, and rich, and plush -- and I can curl up in, snuggling in the safety of His Victorious Presence ...Needed this visual :o). Isaiah 5 by Looking for that blessed hope, 1 . Just so happy to know that I live to serve the Undefeated Champion!! :-), I was praying to God before coducting a revival in two days and Was led to this blog - thank MaryLu and everyone for your insight truly a revelation. Going Outside God Killing. In the year that King Uzziah died I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up; and the train of his robe filled the temple. I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne.—Isaiah had found himself in ‘the court of the Temple, probably in that of the priests. It does not follow that it was written at that time, and we may even believe that, if the prophet were the editor of his own discourses, he may have designedly placed the narrative in this position that men might see what he himself saw, that all that was found in the preceding chapters was but the development of what he had then heard, and yet, at the same time, a representation of the evils which made the judgments he was commissioned to declare necessary. Listen to "An Interview with a Warrior-Princess for the King of kings: MaryLu Tyndall" on Spreaker. Filled the temple: Isaiah’s statement conveys the magnitude of God’s glory compared to any earthly king or queen. 2 Above him stood the seraphim. Blessed be the Lord, who daily bears us up, God is out salvation. During the time when Isaiah saw this it was common practice that when one king overtook another king that he (the conquering king) attached the overtaken king’s robe to the end or skirt of his robe. "In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord sitting on a throne, high and lifted up, and the train of His robe filled the temple." God bless you. Isaiah 5 by Looking for that blessed hope, 1 . Thus the Trinity in unity is implied; as also by the thrice "Holy" (Isa 6:3). Ezekiel 9:7. The King of kings was seated on His throne, and on the right hand and on the left were the angel-armies of the host of heaven, chanting their hymns of praise. The Lord; either, 1. (1) That Isaiah evidently meant to say that it was Yahweh who appeared to him. Hi Jennifer. And yet he dwells in every contrite heart. It is noticeable (1) that the versions (LXX., Targum, Vulg.) Suddenly he passes, as St. Paul afterwards passed, under the influence of like surroundings (Acts 22:17), into a state of ecstatic trance, and as though the veil of the Temple was withdrawn, he saw the vision of the glory of the Lord, as Moses (Exodus 24:10) and Micaiah of old had seen it (1Kings 22:19), as in more recent times it had appeared to Amos (9:1). signifies the defeat of the enemy, His Blood seals our redemption and Grace and peace, Jenny. See you up there! 1 . As you know and David Knew, one does not touch Gods anointed, 1 Chronicles 16:22 He saw the Lord, and what more he saw was the all-filling robe of the indescribable One. And this was the truth embodied for Isaiah in the long robe and train. In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple. Like you, I don't think we have much time before we are called home! Thank you for sharing this. Then, the defeated king’s train would be added onto the end of the victorious king’s robe – symbolically adding to his authority the authority to rule the newly conquered kingdom. Isaiah 6:1 "In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple." Perhaps because of the significance of the meaning that David defeated Saul. (Vv.1b, 2) “his train filled the temple”. Let me suggest how our text shows us the compensation that is given for all losses. The Orientals regarded such large robes as indicative of grandeur and state. It is significant that Isaiah’s first work as a writer was to write the history of Uzziah’s reign (2Chronicles 26:22). The seraphim indicated, by their actions and by the way that they were described, that they were in the presences of the One who is of such great purity. Isaiah mentions the robes, temple, and seraphim, but not the form of God Himself. 2 Above it stood the seraphims: each one had six wings; with twain he covered his face, and with twain he covered his feet, and with twain he did fly. You see, Saul would not relent in pursuing David, and David was tired of this running. Some have supposed that this vision was represented as appearing in the "heavens." These passages may be reconciled with what is here said by Isaiah, in the following manner: (1) Isaiah does not say that he saw the Divine Essence; and all that his words fairly imply, is, that he saw a manifestation, or vision of Yahweh - some striking symbolic representation of him. We are covered by the robe of the King who has conquered death! I love Him, honor Him and worship Him even more. ``and the temple was filled with the splendour of his glory;'' the "train" is the skirts, borders, or lower parts of the garments, in allusion to those of a king, or rather of the high priest, a type of Christ. Isaiah speaks of the “train of His robe filled the temple”. I couldn't find any exact historical references online, but as you probably have seen, there is a ton of sites that swear this was an historical practice. Is it safe to say,Isaiah saw Jesus's train as it filled our hearts/temples? King Uzziah’s death: After 52 years of reigning, leprosy caused the death of king Uzziah, and Isaiah began his prophetic ministry that year. And you're right.. what a great visual.. to snuggle up in His magnificent Train! He had lived through the last twenty years or so of Uzziah’s reign. The Ransom Pre-Release Party and Giveaway! In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and the skirts of His train filled the tem... Don’t you realize that someday we believers will judge the world? the "train" is the skirts, borders, or lower parts of the garments, in allusion to those of a king, or rather of the high priest, a type of Christ. He would then attach it to his own. And truly so, for the incarnation of God is the truth embodied in all the scriptural anthropomorphisms, and the name of Jesus is the manifested mystery of the name Jehovah. Jerome says, that this vision was designed to represent the doctrine of the Trinity. And there's more than enough room beneath it for all of us! Psalm 11:4; Psalm 29:9; Habakkuk 2:20.) What a great teaching! As you know and David Knew, one does not touch Gods anointed, 1 Chronicles 16:22"Saying, Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm." Thank you for sharing this. Despised The Word Of The Holy One Of Israel. Very Strange and Telling Symbols on the Abraham Accord Temple Coin. That was on the mercy-seat, this was on a throne; that was a cloud, of this no form is mentioned; over that the cherubim stretched forth their wings, over this stood the seraphim; that had no clothing, this was clad in a full flowing robe. The question, What was to be the future of his people? Hi Mary Lu greetings from South Africa. And the vision of the seraphim is in accordance with this. John quotes the words in this chapter, Isaiah 6:10, as applicable to Jesus Christ, and then adds John 12:41, 'these things said Esaias when he saw his glory, and spake of him.'. Here it is applied to Yahweh; see also Psalm 114:7, where it is also so applied; and see Isaiah 8:7, and Job 28:28, where Yahweh calls himself "Adonai." A friend sent me this. His train, "the skirts of his robe" began to occupy his temple. Every little portion of the robe had deep meaning. I just want to thank the HOLY spirit my friend for sending me to this page. Isaiah 6:1(KJV) Verse Thoughts. Isaiah saw the LORD sitting like a king on a throne with a robe so lengthy that it filled the temple. There was the reality of much inward corruption. Above it stood the seraphims: each one had six wings; with twain he covered his face, and with twain he covered his feet, and with twain he did fly. The Messiah was seen seated on a throne as a king; clothed in a large, loose, flowing robe, in the manner of oriental monarchs, and surrounded by his ministers. Cause He's Intentional!! King Uzziah’s death: After 52 years of reigning, leprosy caused the death of king Uzziah, and Isaiah began his prophetic ministry that year. The king who had profaned the holiness of the Temple had either just died or was dragging out the dregs of his leprous life in seclusion (2Chronicles 26:21). BUT THAT ANCIENT TIME TRAIN WAS NOT INVENTED, SO DID THEY GET THE WORD TRAIN??? It is remarkable that Isaiah attempts no representation of Yahweh himself. I was praying and had this vision I was kneeling before the Father and He covered me with His Robe. II. His train filled the temple. In the Jewish history and still today, when a man gets the corner of his robe curt off, it means he has no son to pass his heritage too. Splendid, am so touched by the insight on the train of His robe. GNV 1 Isaiah showeth his vocation by the vision of the divine majesty. Do you know if it's in a history book? Learned alot! His long [L The train/trailing part of his] robe filled the Temple. The train … The heavenly temple is that super-terrestrial place, which Jehovah transforms into heaven and a temple, by manifesting Himself there to angels and saints. I STILL believe everything I wrote in this post. Isaiah 6. 11 The destruction of the land. In these changing times, it is important to pick up shield and garment. But why? So, I think, in desperation, he did this to make Saul aware of his close encounter with death, as David could easily have killed the King, instead of just cutting his robe! Isaiah 6 by Looking for that blessed hope, His Train Filled The Temple. God is seated on the throne…high and lifted up - and his train – the glory of the Lord fills the temple. high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple. All the “stuff” you came through; all the shame, guilt, sin, fear, and the list goes on, it was conquered and added to His robe as a reminder to you and a witness to others of how awesome God is. Packer Posted on August 21, 2020 September 7, 2020 by Mike Mason This week I continue my memorial celebration of the life of … I had a vision when praying, I came before the Father and was bowing before Him at His feet when He covered me with His Robe. Above him were seraphim, each with six wings: With two wings they covered their faces, with two they covered their feet, and with two they were flying. Filled the temple - Probably, the most holy place only is intended. is the heavenly antitype of the earthly throne which was formed by the ark of the covenant; and the "temple" (hēcâl: lit., a spacious hall, the name given to the temple as the palace of God the King) is the temple in heaven, as in Psalm 11:4; Psalm 18:7; Psalm 29:9, and many other passages. Some, as Aben Ezra, would have this to be the beginning of the prophecy of Isaiah, because of the mission of the prophet in it; but others rightly observe, that this mission respects not the prophecy in general, but the particular reproof the prophet was sent to give to the Jews herein mentioned. suppress the train, apparently as being too anthropomorphic, and (2) that to the mind of St. John this was a vision of the glory of the Christ (John 12:41). It follows. Visions often occur in the other prophets: in Isaiah there is only this one, and it is marked by characteristic clearness and simplicity. Rev. Just the train of the Lord filled the temple. that is, with leprosy; and so Jarchi and others interpret it, from the ancient writers; but the first sense is the best. An inspired man has thus settled this as referring to the Messiah, and thus had established the propriety of applying to him the name Yahweh, that is, has affirmed that the Lord Jesus is divine. The longer the train, the more glorious and splendid the king. 1. Despised The Word Of The Holy One Of Israel. His train, the skirts of his robes, filled the temple, the whole world, for it is all God's temple. In that year, says the prophet, "I saw the Lord of all sitting upon a high and exalted throne, and His borders filling the temple." ``and the temple was filled with the splendour of his glory;'' the "train" is the skirts, borders, or lower parts of the garments, in allusion to those of a king, or rather of the high priest, a type of Christ. "in a trance," or ἐν πνεὐματι, "in the spirit"). Verse Concepts. The verse in the NASB says "In the year of King Uzziah's death I saw the Lord sitting on a throne, lofty and exalted, with the train of His robe filling the temple." "in the year in which King Uzziah was smitten;''. Sitting upon a throne, in the posture of a judge, to hear causes, and give sentence. I saw - That is, he saw in a "vision;" see the Introduction, Section 7. !What a Great God we serve !Thanks for sharing, MaryLu.Take care, and, God Bless,In Him, Brenda Hurley. Lifted up towards the roof of the temple. I've been looking for proof of kings cutting a piece of the robes of defeated kings, and adding it to their own. Thank you for your informative writing I stumbled upon it after looking up "God's train" after reading Psalm 68 and contemplating on Psalm 68:18-19 You ascended on high, leading a host of captives in your train and receiving gifts among men, even among the rebellious, that the Lord God may dwell there. Everyone be bless. Isaiah 6:1, ESV: "In the year that King Uzziah died I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up; and the train of his robe filled the temple." C. He Saw the Holy One’s Purity. So lift up your eyes and see that the train of His robe fills your temple. God almighty is the one true victor. He had prophesied about ten years before this, in the reign of Uzziah; and only this vision was in the reign of Jotham; the next prophecy was delivered out in the reign of Ahaz, Isaiah 7:1 and others in the time of Hezekiah; and the date of this vision is only mentioned, to observe the order of the visions, agreeably to Isaiah 1:1 and moreover it may be observed from hence, that kings must die as well as others; but the King of kings ever lives, he is the living God, and the everlasting King, as follows: I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up; not God essentially considered, whose essence is not to be seen; but personally, Father, Son, and Spirit, for all the three Persons appear in this vision, Isaiah 6:3 particularly Christ, as, is clear from John 12:41 who is the "Adonai", or Lord; he is Lord of all, of all men, even of the greatest among them, and of all the angels in heaven, and of the church of God, by his Father's gift, by his own purchase, in right of marriage, and through the conquest of his grace. It's to commemorate the Abraham Accord Peace Plan just signed this past Tuesday. The design of this magnificent vision was not only to impress the prophet with a sense of the holiness of God, but also to give additional weight to his commission, as having been derived immediately from the divine majesty; compare Isaiah 6:9-10. "In the year that king Uzziah died I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up; and his train filled the temple." Newsletter-email-Blog. IF IT RELATES TO A KINGS VICTORIES, ONE COULD SAY THAT THE TRAIN REPRESENTS ALL THE SAVED FILLING THE TEMPLE. Above the throne stood the holy angels, called seraphim, which means "burners;" they burn in love to God, and zeal for his glory against sin. The verse in Isaiah takes on a whole new meaning; the train of his robe was so long that it filled the temple! This is a hard post to write and will be a hard post to read. Filled the temple; his glorious robes reached down to the bottom of the temple, and were spread abroad in the temple, which was an evidence of a more than ordinary majesty. Very encouraging and I am so blessed, thank you. See the blessed attendants by whom his government is served. our. I was wondering what it meant. Psalms 68:18 When you ascended on high, you led captives in your train; you received gifts from men, even from the rebellious - that you, O Lord Go :-). His Robe signifies the defeat of the enemy, His Blood seals our redemption and our righteousness (past, present & future) in His name. Robert J. Bushman. The apostle Paul spent much of his later years in prison. The train refers to the skirt of the robe. Isaiah 6:1 "In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple." verything we bring to God is  covered by His victorious robe. The death of Uzziah is like the death of Jacob in Egypt. All the “stuff” you came through; all the shame, guilt, sin, fear, and the list goes on, it was conquered and added to His robe as a reminder to you and a witness to others of how awesome God is. Marylu, just saw this, as I was making up a song that included Isaiah 6:1, His train filled the temple. I believe we are coming into a … As I'm reading this, my brain starts playing a song ..."I see the Lord -- and His train fills the temple -- I see the Lord -- He is high and lifted up ... "I like this thought ... that His train is SO BIG because He has won SO MANY victories. We may make two remarks here. The “train” answers to the skirts of the glory of the Lord, who clothes Himself with light as with a garment (Exodus 33:22-23). His Vineyard And Wild Grapes. I thought we all could use a wee bit of encouragement these days and when I discovered the meaning of the long train of God's robe, it seemed just the ticket. (1) In the year that king Uzziah died.—Probably before his death. 5-1-11. 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