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John's vision of the Son of Man is described in the scriptural Revelation 1: John sees a vision of the risenascended and glorified Jesus Christwhom he describes as one "like the Son of Man " verse Jesus is portrayed in this vision as having a robe with a golden sash, white hair, eyes like blazing fire, feet like bronze and a voice like rushing waters.

He holds seven stars in his right hand and has a double-edged sword coming out of his mouth. Edged chap

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The vision is also notable for being the only identifiable physical Edged chap of Jesus in any form in the Biblical canon. Johnthe author of Revelationwas exiled to the island of Patmos[1] possibly during the reign of the emperor Domitian.

When he turned around, he saw this Son of Edged chap figure. Some of the language used in Revelation 1 is also used in Revelation 19 to describe the Rider on the White Horse.

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In both places he has a sword coming out of his mouth 1: The Son of Man in this passage is portrayed as walking 2: Edged chap 2 and 3 report letters written to the seven churches by John as it was revealed to him by the Son of Man. William Hendriksen suggests that the whole of the vision "is symbolical of Christ, the Holy One, coming to purge His churches," and to "punish those who are persecuting His elect.

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One aspect of the vision is the portrayal of Jesus holding seven stars in his right hand. Such a motif is also Edged chap on coins of the emperor Domitian. Sometime between 77 and 81, Domitian's infant son died.

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Ernest Janzen argues that the globe on which the infant stands represents world dominion and Edged chap, while the stars indicate his divine nature; he is depicted as "the son of a god" and "conqueror of the world.

Although Domitian's son cannot be said Edged chap be holding the stars, some scholars have drawn parallels between the numismatic and biblical evidences. Frederick Murphy notes that "Revelation's image of Jesus with seven stars in his hand may be an allusion to that coin and an implicit critique of it.


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