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begins & ends with the worship of him that sits upon the throne. He & the Lamb \Christ/ are worshipped for their benefactions. Christ is worshipped as he is the Lamb of God who was slain for us & hath redeemed us with his blood. The seven lamps are not worshipped tho they represent the seven spirits before the throne from whom Iohn wishes grace & peace to the Churches. God gave this Revelation to Iesus Christ & he sent & signified it by his Messenger to his servant Iohn: but when Iohn fell down to worship this \prophetic/ Messenger he was forbidden. See thou dost not, saith the Messenger; I am thy fellow servant, & of thy brethren [the Prophets] that have the testimony of Iesus: worship God: For the testimony of Iesus is the spirit of prophesy.

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