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Roar Like A Lion In Revelation

In Revelation 10:3, it speaks of a roar like a lion.

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 ---Larry on 11/19/07
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In Rev 10, first the angel shouts like the roar of a lion, the he speaks saying there is no longer time, then blows the trumpet.The mystery of God is finished. This does match 1 Thess 4:16. No other scripture matches like this, that I know.
---Larry on 2/6/08

It talks about the roar of the lion, because Jesus Christ is the Lion of the Tribe of Juda. This roar if done by humans, will cause salvations and other great miracles to happen.
---Leslie on 2/3/08

Thanks Catherine, I do agree with your answer in many ways. This does compare with 1 Thess 4:16. The prey may be the bride because the lost are unpalatable to God. The seven thunders are likely a call to the angels of the seven churches. Also, no more time, not time no more.
---Larry on 2/2/08

Evidently, because this event precedes the vials of wrath and Rev 11:18 says it's time to reward the saints, this seventh trumpet lines up as being the rapture trumpet. Rev 22:12 says He comes with His reward with Him.
---Larry on 2/2/08

A very simple explanation! The voice of the Angel was like the roaring of a lion, for He is the lion of the tribe of Judah. A lion always roar when he has caught his prey. In chapter 5 He was seen in the role of lamb, here He is pictured in His wrath as a lion. Again, Seven Thunders speak of God's activity in Judgment.>>>Discover the mind of God. When this mystery of God is finished time itself shall be no more.
---catherine on 2/1/08

Tommy, why didn't you or someone else reply? It's a reasonable question, I think.

---Larry on 1/30/08

(Rev 22:18 KJV) For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:

Tommy, this book is complete in its prophecy. Where is this rapture trumpet mentioned?
---Larry on 12/25/07

These Trumpets are not the same event.One occurs at the rapture of the church before Daniel's 70th week,the other in the middle of the 70th week.One is the trump of God,the other the trumpet of the 7th angel.One heralds an event that will take place in a moment,the other heralds many events which are days in duration.One a trumpet of blessing,the other a trumpet of woe.One is before the 7 seals and first 6 trumpets,the other is after.Though similar, careful study shows they are in fact seperate events.
---Tommy on 12/21/07

I do agree with Tommy, but I have to ask if this is the fulfillment of 1 Thess. 4:16? The similarities shouldn't be ignored. It also agrees with 1 Cor 15:52, being the "last Trump"
---Larry on 12/20/07

Tommy is correct.
---duke on 12/15/07

This is a discription to let us know this is the Lord speaking.His voice as a lion roaring (Rev. 10:3) identifies Him with the lion of Judah (Rev. 5:5, compare Isaiah 31:4-5, Jeremiah 25:29-36, Hosea 11:10-11, Joel 3:16, Amos 3:8). In these passages the Lord is spoken of as a lion roaring in the day of the Lord.
---Tommy on 12/2/07

The reason I asked the question is because I found it provocative for understanding why this particular angel was so described. I've asked a lot of people about this and they said it was interesting and they had never seen it either. it seems this angel is on a most important mission. Maybe, announcing the Bridegroom is coming!

---Larry on 11/20/07

If you ever heard a lion roar, his roar carries, it is loud. A lion male has to roar loud so he can be heard above everything else. A male lion's roar is louder than the female lion. The lions roar is louder than any other roar in the cat species. Larry, why do you ask a question then answer it your own question? Or are you a different Larry than the one who posted the question.
---Rebecca_D on 11/19/07

Why does a lion roar? He's making a statement. This is my domain, my pride, my claim of ownership. The angel could be associated with the rapture when taken with 1 Thess 4:16. Also, notice the thunders that come from the roar.
---Larry on 11/19/07

#-1-Revelation 10:1
"And I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire" here's a description of the one that does the roaring. And if you look carefully read the description. You will see that this is no weakling this is a mighty angel ready to write the riot act of the world.
---Mima on 11/19/07

#-2-The Lord tells and do not write it down. His roaring indicates his power, hunger, and determination. That determination is only quelled by the Lord.
---Mima on 11/19/07

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As a matter of fact, it says "loud voice as when a lion roareth."

What simile would you prefer St. John had used?
---Jack on 11/19/07

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