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We answer an accumulated list of questions. Questions can be sent to questions@ucgnorthcanton.org.

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  • Randy Stiver
    Hello Marion! Thank you for the "seven thunders" question. Here's the answer: We don't know with clarity who the seven thunders were, but based on the context of Revelation as a whole and chapter 10:4 in particular, it appears that the seven were a specific group of angelic beings with particularly notable voices. Remember that God's voice -- when made audible to humans -- sounds like thunder (See John 12:29 & Psalm 29). Note also Rev. 4:1-5 describes thunders coming from the throne of God--which could be Christ's or the Father's voice, or also of the angels in conversation. However, thunder is used to more specifically describe the voice of angels in Rev. 6:1. Thus, in Rev. 10:3-4 we have a mighty angel sounding and is answered by the seven thunders. Such a mighty angel might echo or vocally respond to a pronouncement of God's. However, in this instance, the seven thunders appear to be angels echoing or responding to the mighty angel's pronouncement. Thanks for the question, and I hope you can connect for our Bible Study webcast--the next time it's live is Friday, Sept. 13 of this year at 7:30 p.m. EDT. The link is: https://www.ucg.org/congregations/north-canton-oh/webcast.
  • SISTERSWITHLOVE
    Good evening, hope is all well with you and your family,. Thank you for the question and answer session. Can you explain who the seven thunders are in the below scripture? Revelation 10:4 King James Version (KJV) 4 And when the seven thunders had uttered their voices, I was about to write: and I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, Seal up those things which the seven thunders uttered, and write them not. Thank you for your response.
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