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The Game Of Thrones Ends Here



Louie Giglio continues another week of All Consuming Fire, a collection diving deeper into the book of Revelation. In this talk, he focuses on the throne, the Trinity, perpetual worship, and the throne as our anchor through the study of Revelation 4.

Key Takeaway

It's not about the songs, style, or church. It's about a revelation of Jesus Christ.

We have a role today in this revelation—to look. To behold.

And the first voice, which I had heard speaking to me like a trumpet, said, “Come up here, and I will show you what must take place after this.” At once I was in the Spirit, and behold, a throne stood in heaven, with one seated on the throne.

Revelation 4:1-2 ESV

The kingdom of heaven is closer than you think.

In the throne room of God, we see...

1.) A throne.

There is just one throne at the epicenter of eternity, and The Lord God Almighty is seated on it. He is confident. Assured. Unfazed by the counterfeits and the chaos. Undisturbed by the tempest and the tyrants.

He is brilliant and radiant (Revelation 21:10-11).

He is majestic and mighty (Hebrews 12:25-29).

He is terrifying in the best way.

2.) Three in One.

The completeness of the Spirit of God—Jesus inviting us in, God the Father seated on the throne, and the Holy Spirit at the throne blazing. All equal, recognizing that one God is inviting us into the story.

“To him who overcomes will I grant to sit with Me on My throne, as I also overcame and sat down with My Father on His throne. He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches."

Revelation 3:21 (MEV)

3.) Perpetual worship.

In the throne room, we see that God dwells in perpetual worship.

There were four living creatures, and they never stop saying, "Holy, Holy, Holy."

Holy describes who is seated on the throne—one set apart, distinct, other, and in another category.

The four living creatures...

  1. They never stop saying.
  2. They've never missed anything.

Twenty-four elders—

They never stop falling.

They never stop casting.

They never stop saying.

We never start worship; we always join worship.

You cannot be in God’s presence and not respond in extravagant worship.

Worship is giving back to God what He has freely given us.

4.) The reality of the Throne is our anchor in the storm.

They never stop saying.

We can lay down and rest, finding comfort in knowing that God is taking care of all things.

Everything that's not Holy, Holy, Holy gets consumed in the throne room of Almighty God.


"If you're not sensing that extravagant response, then you don't need to try harder. You need to see better."

Louie Giglio

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Louie Giglio

Global Pastor

Louie Giglio Louie Giglio is the Visionary Architect and Director of the Passion Movement, comprised of Passion Conferences, Passion City Church, Passion Publishing and sixstepsrecords, and the founder of Passion Institute.