- Great and marvelous judgements begin at the throne of God (v.1-2a).
- What aspects of this scene remind us of Revelation 4-5?
- How do these scenes declare the glory of the God who judges sin?
- Great and marvelous judgements are accompanied by singing (v.2a-3a).
- What can we know about the song of Moses? (Deuteronomy 32)
- What can we know about the song of the Lamb (Revelation 5:9-14).
- Why should God’s people sing about His judgements?
- Great and marvelous judgements are all about God’s holiness (v.3b-4).
- Why should our songs be filled with praise for the Lord God Almighty, King of the ages?
- What is the relationship of God’s holiness to God’s judgements?
- Great and marvelous judgements are filled with the wrath of God (v.5-7).
- Why would a loving God pour out seven bowls filled with plagues?
- How can wrath, come forth from a loving God who lives forever and ever?
- God is unapproachable until after His great and marvelous judgements (v.8).
- What does the unapproachable glory of God have to do with judgement?
- How glorious will our communion with God be after all judgement (I Cor. 15:24-28).
Call to Action: To praise God for His holiness above all His other qualities.