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The Footstool, the Ark

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The Footstool, the Ark: https://vimeo.com/785981917

Leeland Jones website: https://leelandjones.com/

Transcribed Videos of leelandjones.com: https://leelandjones.wordpress.com/course-05/

Notes in blog post: Footstool, Ark, Cathedral: https://leelandjones.com/blog/footstool-ark-cathedral

Leeland Jones video posted on January 3, 2023, transcribed: 

[Video showing 3D complex and inside the Temple with the Throne and Footstool 1 min 35sec]

{1:39 min mark}

The Footstool and the Ark. In this video, you can see from the title of what it is we’re discussing, we are talking about the Footstool to the Throne of Alpha Omega in the Millennial Temple.  It’s the White Throne Judgment, that we talked about in the last video, when Christ the Messiah would sit upon the Throne of David.  What’s equally profound in the whole Temple Complex, is the Footstool.

Now, as we showed you in the previous video, it is extraordinary that what we are looking at in these presentations, none of us have seen. Of all the buildings and things we have seen throughout history, we’ve actually never seen this.

There are some things going on that we’re going to explain, and that is that in the 1st Temple, Solomon had a Throne. That Throne of course was not in the Temple, there were other buildings that surrounded the Throne and surrounded that Order. Those architectural elements and designs of his separate Throne, are combined with the Temple to show us Christ in His Millennial Throne. We will explain later in the video.

It’s the principle of the Cathedral.  You know how we say Cathedral in English, that comes from ‘kathedra’ in the Greek, and that means the Seat. So the purpose of the whole building is the Seat, is the Throne.  And with the Throne, is the Footstool.

What we’re going to suggest in this video, when we look at what it says in Revelation 11, it says, The Ark of the Covenant was seen in the Temple. It says, Behold the Temple was open.  So we open the doors.

[Leeland opens doors – props]. 

The Temple of God was opened in Heaven. Then it says, And there was seen in the Temple the Ark of the Covenant. What we’re suggesting is that, when that is seen, the arrangement of what is seen is expressed by this.

[Leeland shows the set-up of chair with footstool -props].  

When the Ark is seen, the Ark of the Covenant is a Footstool.  It is His Footstool, when He subdues all His enemies. When John says, I saw the Temple of God open, you can see here the doors to the Holy of Holies, inside it is His Throne, and we know He has a gold Footstool.

[Leeland displays with props].

What we’re suggesting is the fulfillment of Revelation 11:19, Behold the Temple of God was open in Heaven and it was seen in the Temple the Ark of the Covenant.  Meaning, that Christ has subdued all His enemies, and He is reigning in great power and glory.

[4:52 min mark: Leeland looks at his notes with a depiction of the Throne, Cherubim, Footstool and Ark of the Covenant]

The Ark is a Footstool. Let’s take a look at this view, and let’s relate it to what we see in the Ark of the Covenant and in the Holy of Holies in the 1st Temple. In the 1st Temple, it was Solomon that brought the Ark of the Covenant into the Temple in the 12th year and the 7th month. And then by the time of Revelation chapter 11, the Ark of the Covenant is seen in the Temple. When it is seen, what we’re suggesting is that it’s seen as an arrangement like this:

Let’s look at the details of what it is we’re showing you. Here we’re depicting The Ark of the Covenant. It’s dimensions we have since the time of Moses, where it’s 2 and a 1/2 cubits wide and 1 and a 1/2 cubits high. The view here is that the height of the Cherubim is 2.5 cubits. If we take the Cherubim, and their height is equal to that of the length of the Ark, then they have a height of 2 and a 1/2 cubits.

We know when Solomon brought the Ark of the Covenant into the 1st Temple, he had other Cherubim, and they were 10 cubits in height.  They had wings of 5 cubits that touched to the wall. This is the surface of the wall in the Holy of Holies {where the pointer is}.  This is the center and then this is the other wall.  There’s 2 Cherubim and their height is 10 cubits. Here you can see we’re saying 10 cubits is their height.

There are Cherubim on the Ark, which are 2 and a 1/2 cubits, thus we have a ratio. We have a 4 to 1 ratio difference between the Cherubim. If we take this information and we were to apply it to the Footstool; we take the 1 and a 1/2 cubits and we multiply that by 4, we end up with 6 cubits.

What we’ve done here is we’ve drawn a representation of the Throne to scale; If this ratio between the Cherubim that are small on the Ark are multiplied with the Cherubim that are above the Throne, we get the view (size) of the Throne. That’s what you’re looking at here.

We’re taking the Ark, applying its dimensions as a Footstool, and then taking those dimensions proportionally to the size of the Cherubim on the Ark and the Footstool. Thus having a ratio with the Cherubim which are 10 cubits high, and coming up with a Throne.

This Throne did not exist in the 1st Temple; a man was not going to sit on the Throne, even though it was the promise to David.  It would have to be the Messiah. He would sit on this Throne, of the Throne of David for all eternity, because He would die for our sins. This is very profound, yes.

This sketch you can see here, we’ve done a video on this from going back about four years ago.  But what we’re getting at, is now we get a scale of the Throne and the Footstool.

So if the Ark is the Footstool, as we’re depicting there. If we’re looking down, you can see the Cherubim facing towards the Throne. Here you see the Ark of the Covenant, and again, we’re proportionally applying the size of the White Throne.

This Throne is too big for the Ezekiel Temple.  We’re not saying that these precise dimensions are what we used in the Ezekiel Temple. For example, 10 cubits, this {the tall cherubim}  is going to be like 12 or 13 feet, and obviously the person sitting here is even taller than them.

So this would mean the person sitting on this Throne would be almost the height of the Holy of Holies. They’re going to be about 15 feet tall and that’s around here {where the pointer is}, approximately.  And the door (to the Holy of Holies) is 6 cubits. So we’re not suggesting that this is the precise measurements to the Throne, but what we’re going to do is look at this and see what the proportions are to the Throne.

[Leeland shows another depiction of the Throne and a page of measurements for the Throne]

Here’s just another rendering of what we’re looking at there. Here we’re sketching it out and here you see the Footstool of Gold.  And basically we’re taking this and measuring out the appearance of what we would have as a Throne, where we get the measurements here of the seat and the armrest; the height and the width. All of this of course, and the Footstool which is the same dimensions as the Ark of the Covenant. We’ll provide this to you in a link on the blog in the description field of the video.

In this sketch here we’re showing you the larger version of the Throne.  And then what we’re doing, as we said, this is essentially too large for the Millennial Temple so then it has to be scaled down.  And we’re scaling it to the width of the Ark. The Ark is 2 and a 1/2 cubits wide, and that will be our scaled Throne, which you see here:

You can see proportionately it looks the same as our last sketch, but it is scaled to smaller measurements.  So now our whole width of the chair of the Throne, this is 2 and a 1/2 cubits; that makes our width of the Footstool 1 cubit or 25.2 inches.

Here we’re just taking that and drawing it to scale for the measurements to go into the 3D model. This is what we’ve done is taken a 4th of the size of that large Throne, and then we’ve done this smaller version, which you see here:

Again, we get the Footstool from the side and the chair in these measurements.  We’ll provide this in a link in a blog post.

As well we have the precise measurements here on this page, where we have the measurements of the 6 cubit Throne, precisely what is the Footstool, and all the other measurements of the large Throne. And then basically what we did is we took that (measurements of the large Throne), we multiplied by 0.416 (2.5/6) and that’s going to give us a ratio, or a Throne of 2.5 cubits. These are the cubits, and then this is the size in inches, so that we get the precise Order of the Throne in cubits.

You can see the Order of 1 cubit for the Footstool, 1/2 a cubit for the armrest, 1/2 a cubit for the height of the seat, the armrest to the floor: 2, the seat width 1 and a 1/2 cubits, 1 and a 1/2 cubits, the height of the seat to the back of the arch, 2 and a 1/2.  So that proportionally the chair is drawn to the Biblical measurement of the cubit. We’ll post this on the blog.

[Leeland looks at notes on the scriptures – The Ark of the Covenant in Heaven and the Seventh Trumpet]

Next, we’re going to look at how to interpret complex matters in Scripture, and that is by multiple Scriptural references. For example, there will be things and statements we make in this video, but we are not just making statements based on what we Think. We have to do the analytical research of; line upon line, precept upon precept.

Or in this case, using the original language.  Sourcing the original language and transitioning the Greek Old Testament text, which corresponds perfectly with the text of the Greek in the New Testament, and of course the Book of Revelation.

For example, this is a previous video (the notes relate to the previous video) we did on the Ark of the Covenant in Heaven, the 7th Trumpet. What we’re doing in this video is we’re proving that the Ark of the Covenant will be removed from the earth, and it will be in Heaven, and it will not come back.

How do we know this? We know this because that’s clearly what it says in Jeremiah 3:16, which you see here:  The Ark of the Covenant won’t come to mind, you won’t remember, you won’t visit it, won’t be done anymore. So this statement in Jeremiah 3, what we do is we cross-reference the context, and you can see that it is clearly coded to be a direct relationship to what is happening in Revelation, particularly Revelation 11.

For example, we have Revelation here, we have Jeremiah here [2 columns in the notes, with 2 sets of Scripture].  Woe (Rev 11:14), and Woe (Jer 4:13).  The seventh angel sounded the trumpet (Rev 11:15). We’re talking Jeremiah 3 and 4; Blow the trumpet in the land (Jer 4:5), sound the trumpet of alarm (Jer 4:19). The kingdoms of this world become the kingdoms of Christ and he shall reign (Rev 11:15).

Yahweh lives in truth and judgment, in righteousness and the nations shall bless him and in him shall they glory (Jer 4:2). The elders fell down before him (Rev 11:16).  We lie down (Jer 3:25).  We give you thanks O Lord (Rev 11:17).  Lord God Almighty in the nations they shall be gathered to it into the name of Yahweh (Jer 3:17).

And the nations were angry (Rev 11:18).  And the heart of the king shall perish and the heart of the princes and the priest shall be astonished (Jer 4:9). Your wrath has come (Rev 11:18).  The fierce anger of Yahweh has not turned his back from us (Jer 4:8) And the time of the dead that they be judged (Rev 11:18).

I’ll take you one from a city and two from a family (Jer 3:14). And there was seen in the Temple of God in Heaven the Ark of the Covenant (Rev 11:19). The Ark of the Covenant won’t be coming to mind, won’t be remembered anymore, you won’t visit it (Jer 3:16).

So clearly we can see that Jeremiah chapters 3 and 4 talk specifically about Revelation 11. We will do this as well by applying other Scripture verses to support the view that the Ark of the Covenant is a Footstool, and that is the arrangement that we see in the Temple.

[Leeland shows props of the Throne, Footstool and Table]

As we look at this, we can also see the Order of the White Throne Judgment. The White Throne Judgment and Revelation 20, we know that’s going to happen.  We also know that happens BEFORE the Millennium.

As you see the doors are open. What you see here is, you have the Table and it’s a Table where the Books are open. The Books are open at the Table and the person who has the Books open; they stand before Christ on His Judgment Seat. 

That is the Judgment Seat. And then in that Judgment Seat, in 2 Chronicles 9, when it talks about the Throne that Solomon built, it’s a Great White Ivory Throne that was built and it had a Footstool of Gold. That Footstool of Gold, being the fulfillment of the Order of what the purpose of the Ark of the Covenant was up until that time. 

So that under His feet, He has subdued all His enemies, which we’ll see.  We’ll see very clearly the various Orders here standing before His Throne; we will see the Order of the 24 Elders, and we’ll see the Order of the Cathedral in the pillars. We’re going to include that all in this piece, in this presentation, and then thus focus on one of the smallest things we have in the Temple, and that is the Footstool. But it may be the most important.

We have His Throne, and we have the word Footstool. The word Footstool in Hebrew in 2 Chronicles 9, what it means, it means to subdue.  It’s a unique word. It is not used as Footstool, translated thus, in any other verse. It only appears one time in the Bible, and that’s with His Throne. The Footstool is the fulfillment of Christ’s subduing all the enemies. We’ll see that very clearly; that is the purpose of the Footstool, and that is the purpose as well of what the Ark of the Covenant did up until this present time.

There is NO Ark of the Covenant in the Temple, because Christ, He said, ‘The place of my Throne; that’s the chair, that is the seat; the place of the soles of my feet.’  That is the Footstool.  ‘Where I will dwell in the midst of the children of Israel.’

The place of His Footstool is the fulfillment of the Ark of the Covenant.

We’re suggesting that as we look at the Ark of the Covenant being seen in Revelation chapter 11, it is modeled after what is His White Throne and the Footstool, before His Throne. We’re demonstrating that here on a smaller scale. We will explain the scale, we’ll explain the Order, we’ll explain all this in the presentation.

[Leeland looks at the blog page on his website and reads from the blog ‘Footstool, Ark and Cathedral’]

Here we are on the blog. As you can see, we’re at leelandjones.com and if you click blog, you’ll see the first blog posted there, ‘the Footstool, Ark and Cathedral’. It is in this blog post that we want to place together the study to show you:

  • how the view of the Ark of the Covenant is fulfilling the role of the Footstool,
  • and how that is the fulfillment of what happens in Revelation 11:19, when the Ark of the Covenant is seen in the Temple.


We’re suggesting it’s seen in its original purpose and arrangement, which is the Ark of the Covenant attached to His Throne. That’s the purpose of this study and the way we’re going about showing you this conclusion, is not just our opinion. We’re showing you that it is in the Scriptures.

And what we need to do is we need to get more insight into what the Book of Revelation is saying, by finding other passages of Scripture that support this view. That the Ark of the Covenant, all along, of course we know it’s His Throne.  It has the expression ‘Mercy Seat’, but that Mercy Seat doesn’t really appear in the Greek and Hebrew. It’s a kind of expression where the blood was placed there for Atonement.

But we’re suggesting that when the Ark of the Covenant is seen in the Temple, it’s seen in front of the Throne, meaning His enemies are subdued. This is fulfilling what we knew in that the Death Decree is Canceled.

What we’re going to do is take some comparative analysis by looking at 1 Corinthians 15. It’s clearly the 7th Trumpet. We know this, but we also have additional Scrolls and information, we find it in 1 Kings and 2 Chronicles. What we’re doing is, we’re doing a cross-referencing of word studies and we’re going to show you that all of these are clearly pointing to a clear picture, that yes the Ark of the Covenant is a Footstool.

We get the Throne Order, the Footstool, and the Ark.

In this blog post we discuss the Footstool as an Ark; Son of Man the place of my Throne the place of soles of my feet where I will dwell in the midst of the children of Israel. His Throne is the Chair, and then the place of the soles of His feet is His Footstool.  And that’s what we’re suggesting, is the Ark, where He will dwell in the midst of the children of Israel forever.

Here we’ll take the cross-reference approach of how the words are different in different Scriptures and reveal the common interpretation; in this case, a look at the Temple being built in the 1st Temple in 1 Kings and 2 Chronicles, and we cross reference those events. We’ll find them with the words and the structure of the Prophecy, clearly showing us Revelation 11 and Revelation 10. These are the chapters in Revelation which deal with the 7th Trumpet. 

What we’re suggesting is that we know Solomon built the Temple in the 12th year. It’s now the 12th year {2022, January 2023 is STILL the year 2022, per Enoch Calendar}, and by this time the Ark of the Covenant is seen in the Temple, at this juncture of the Prophecy.

For example, I’m reading the Scriptures, because I know you guys don’t read and study, so I’d encourage you to do so.  But I have to spell it out for you, so you can see all the minute details.  We go to Revelation 10:7: ‘In the days of the voice of the seventh angel.’  That’s what we’re suggesting, we’re in the Days of the Voice of the 7th Angel.  ‘When he shall begin to sound the mystery of God should be fulfilled, should be finished.’

Revelation 11:15And the seventh angel sounded.’ The Trumpets are blown in 1 Chronicles 15:24, David established an Order of 7 Trumpeters.  And the Trumpeters are also blowing in 2 Chronicles 5, when the Temple is Dedicated. ‘Being arrayed in fine linen with cymbals, psalteries, harps, they stood at the east end of the altar with them 120 priests blowing with trumpets.’ Thus, we get the Order in Revelation of the 24 Elders.

This Order is also instituted by David, and was placed in the Dedication of the Temple as you can see here: (1 Kings 8:1,2; 2 Chronicles 5:2,4) 24 Elders were sat before the Thrones on their seats, fell on their faces and worshipped before God. They are in Rotational Order.

The word ‘ephemeria’ is a rotation of the Priesthood, of 24 Priests. The 24 Thrones relate to the 24 Upper Chambers in the Holy of Holies. It’s not quite in this view, but in the other views we’ll show you that there are Chambers up above the Throne. There are 24 Chambers in the Holy of Holies: thus, representing the 24 Seats of the 24 Elders.

1 Kings talks about the Upper Chambers: ‘There is a columned porch around the Throne where he judged and a columned porch of the Judgment seat (kriterion) and was decorated with fretwork and cedars from floor to Upper Room (1 Kings 7:7 ABP {Apostolic Bible Polyglot}).  Upper Room in the Throne room – same Upper Chambers, relate to the 24 Elders.

2 Chronicles 7:3 ‘And when all the children of Israel saw how the fire came down, and the glory of the LORD upon the house, they bowed themselves with their faces to the ground upon the pavement.’ What we’re showing you here is that there’s a Perfect Order of what the 24 Elders are doing, when they bow and they fall on their faces.  They do the same thing in 2 Chronicles, at the Dedication of the Temple.

We get a Woe, Revelation 11:14 ‘The second woe has passed and behold the third woe comes quickly.’ Woe is also used in 1 Kings.  A variation of the word {Woe} is in 1 Kings 2:36.

{Revelation 11:16 And the four and twenty elders, which sat before God on their seats, fell upon their faces, and worshipped God. 17 Saying, We give thee thanks, O Lord God Almighty, which art, and wast, and art to come; because thou hast taken to thee thy great power, and hast reigned.}

The 24 Elders, they gave thanks, in Revelation 11:16 and 17; ‘We give you thanks, O Lord God Almighty, which are, which was, who is to come.’ In Hebrew the word is ‘yada’, and they use the giving of thanks, and the declaration of thanks and confession, throughout 1 Kings and 2 Chronicles.

There are Rewards!  Revelation 11:8 ‘That you should give reward to your servants, your prophets.’ In Greek this is ‘misthos’, and ‘misthos’ is translated into ‘wages’ in 1 Kings.  Again, all these words are cross-references where we can see a perfect pattern of Revelation 11 and 1 Kings: ‘Rewards to your servants, the prophets.’  We see the prophet Nathan, and we see the prophet Iddo, ‘and your saints.’

It’s in the song, which is Psalm 132 and 2 Chr 6:4Arise Yahweh into your resting place into your Mount Zion.’ We have a song. ‘Of your strength: let your priests, O Yahweh God, be clothed with Yeshua {salvation}, and let your Saints rejoice in goodness.’  They’re singing Psalm 132 in the Temple Dedication, in 2 Chronicles 6.

{1 Chronicles 25:8; 26:13} ‘Small and great’, this relates to the Order. We’re getting a perfect match of information in 1 Kings at the Temple Dedication, and 2 Chronicles at the Temple Dedication, which is showing us more insight of what we see in Revelation 11, as well as Revelation 10. Here we have a cross analysis:

We take Revelation 10 and 1 Corinthians 15, with the Resurrection.  You know the verse, ‘At the twinkling of an eye.’  That verse is number 52 in the chapter; all of which talk about the Last Trumpet, or the 7th Trumpet of Revelation, just like we saw in Revelation 11 and Revelation 10.

Next, we look at the Mighty Angel prophecy in Revelation 10, and we’ll see the comparison of the 1 Corinthians 15, where we see the Mighty Angel with the sword. There is a Mighty Angel with a sword in the Chronicles story with David. This word ‘Mighty’ appears in 2 Chronicles chapters 3 and 6, and he has a little Book. Now what the little Book is; the little Book means Scripture.

He has a little Book, and a little Book means that we look at the Scripture. There are other passages in the Scripture, in this case, 1 Kings and 2 Chronicles. That’s why the Angel has a little Book in his hand. This relates to the Scriptures, and apostle Paul says it, 1 Corinthians 15:3: ‘Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the Scriptures.’  According to the little Book, the Gospel. 

(1 Ki 7:29,36, 10:19,20) The Angel roars as a Lion roars. There are Lions lining the steps in the original Throne that Solomon had made.  (1 Kin 10:7) And the Angel preached.  We get the word preached, declared, and Paul is also using the same word preached here: euaggelizo, in 1 Corinthians 15:1, 2. The Angel preaches. The same Angel preaches in Revelation 5:2I saw a strong angel preach with a loud voice.’ That’s the same word.

Then we get into something that we’re calling the Tagma Order. And what the Tagma Order means, is that there’s an Order of the children of Israel when they assembled around the Ark. When they assembled around the Ark, there was a Perfect Order that matches the Order of the Throne: Lion, Ox, Man, Eagle.

The apostle Paul uses this term Tagma Order in 1 Corinthians 15, which is extraordinary. He uses this term, which is very appropriate, because later he discusses the Footstool.  The Septuagint uses this word of the Camps of the children of Israel around the Ark. And it’s in 1 Corinthians 15:23 ‘But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits.’  That’s what the 144,000 are, they are Firstfruits, and they get in this order of the 12 Tribes.  ‘Whereupon the ones of Christ at his arrival… ‘parousia’.

So, when the Son of Man appears in the clouds, He appears in the Order of the 4 Angels – Lion, Ox, Man, Eagle, and the 12 Tribes of the children of Israel. Order here is Tagma in the Greek – something orderly arranged and a troop, a series of succession order used in the cardinal positions of the camps in Numbers chapters 2 and 10.

That’s what we’re getting into next, is where the word Tagma is used in the Septuagint, it relates to Numbers 2:2; when the children of Israel assembled: Judah {Numbers 10:10}, Reuben {Numbers 10:18}, Ephraim {Numbers 10:22}, Dan {Numbers 10:25} – Lion, Man, Ox, Eagle – East, South, West, North. Those are the positions, and then there are Trumpets that blow that indicate when they’re in their journeys.

We also have words here: ‘Beginning {arche} with Christ’.  That’s also what Paul is talking about. (1 Corinthians 15:24 ABP). This is a little bit deep for me to get into in this video. I’m going to refer you to this, but His name is coded here: The Beginning and the End, the Aleph and the Tav, Alpha and Omega; proving that His signature is here in 1 Corinthians 15.

“He reigns.” We see this expression, He reigns, throughout Revelation 11, when He reigns as King: Revelation 11:15 ABP ‘And the seventh angel trumped. And there were voices in heaven, saying, The kingdoms of this world become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ, and he shall Reign into the eons and eons.’

Revelation 11:17 ‘You have taken your great power, and you have Reigned.’ Power is ‘dynamis’. These scenes of Revelation are parallel to those in Revelation 12, where ‘dynamis’ and ‘exousia’ are used. He has taken His power and He has Reigned.  {1 Corinthians 15:25, ABP} ‘When he shall put down all authority and power.’  Authority here is ‘exousia’ when He reigns. Again, we’re referring to 1 Corinthians here. 

These scenes of Revelation parallel those in Revelation 12 where we get the ‘dynamis’ and the ‘exousia’. Therefore, the Footstool implies that the enemies are under His feet – this is so exciting, this is amazing – enemies are under feet. ‘For it is necessary for him to Reign until that time that he should have all things put under His feet (1 Cor 15:25 ABP).’  When they’re put under His feet, this is His Footstool, this is the Ark of the Covenant. It’s referring to His Footstool.

The Footstool is confirmed in 2 Chronicles 9:18, when “The king made a great throne of ivory, and the footstool of gold, which was fastened to the throne.”  So, the Footstool was covered with Gold, just like the Ark of the Covenant was covered with Gold. This is a unique word here for Footstool. It’s unique compared to the other examples that we find throughout Scripture. 

The word Footstool here is ‘kebes’ and the root word means to subdue. It’s a unique word. It’s only used one time in the Bible, this word for Footstool, as trodden upon, and it’s overlaid with gold just like the Ark of the Covenant was overlaid with gold. And it’s fastened to the Throne. That’s what we’ve been showing you in the graphic. The root word here is ‘kebesh’ and this means to tread down. Hence to conquer, subjugate, violate, bring into bondage by force, keep under, subdue, bring into subjection.

Christ has brought into subjection all principalities and powers.

They are subject beneath His feet, beneath His Footstool; that’s what the Ark of the Covenant’s role was all along. Thus all are Subdued and are Subject before Him.

1 Cor 15:27 ABP  ‘For all things He subjected under his feet. But wherever he should say and those things that have been subjected, it is manifest that it is outside of the one subjugating to him all things.’ These are the verses in 1 Corinthians 15:27, and what it’s talking about is, ALL being subjugated to Christ when He delivers up the Kingdom. When He delivers up the Kingdom, this is the Footstool. That’s why we see the Ark of the Covenant as the Footstool and the enemies subdued to Him in the 7th Trumpet.

The word subject here is also used at the time of Solomon. Solomon and the Nations; they were subjugated to him. The same exact word is used. The nations will come and worship Him. 1 Corinthians 15:28, ABP ‘And whenever should be subjected to him all things, then also he himself, the son, shall be subjected to the one having subjected to him all things, that God should be the all in all.’

He is subject to the Father, and then all principalities and powers are subject to Christ.

In the Resurrection, in the description in 1 Corinthians 15, Paul uses the word ‘wheat’ when speaking of the Resurrection in verses 36 and 37. Paul says, “That which you sowest, thou sowest not that body that shall, but bare grain, it my chance of wheat, or some other grain: But God has given it a body as it has pleased him.’  Grain here is ‘kokkos’, and then wheat is ‘sitos’.

The Wheat, that relates to the bread at the Wedding Supper, when the things are brought to the Wedding Supper. The Wedding Supper consists of:  Beef, Lamb, Fish, and Chicken. This is also seen in 1 Kings, and it’s also in the parables of Luke. We’ll get to this in future study.

But we see Solomon speaking in parables of cattle and birds. He uses the same words in Greek, in  1 Kings 4. And there’s a change; the change, the twinkling of an eye. 

So, the Ark is a Footstool. As we’ve discussed, the verse that explains this is 1 Chronicles 28:2: ‘Then David stood upon his feet, and said, Hear my brethren, and my people: As for me, I had in my heart to build an house for the rest for the Ark of the Covenant of the Lord, and the Footstool of our God.’

Here we get the Ark of the Covenant to Yahweh, and the Footstool. Here it’s suggesting the Ark is a Footstool. 1 Chronicles 28:11 ‘Then David gave to Solomon all his pattern.’ And verse 18, ‘gold for the pattern for the chariot of the cherubims.’  The Cherubim that were on the Ark, there were additional Cherubim in the Holy of Holies.  ‘And they covered the Ark of the Covenant.’

  The Ark was overlay with Gold, just like the Footstool. That’s what we see in Exodus 25.

The Ark is also the song that they were singing; it is Psalm 132: ‘Arise into your resting place, into your Ark of strength.’ Verse 7 ‘We will go into your tabernacles: we shall worship at his Footstool. Arise, O Yahweh, into your rest; thou, and the Ark of thy strength.’

Again, in one verse we have the Footstool, and we also have the Ark, meaning the Footstool is the Ark.

Psalm 99:1Yahweh reigns; let the people tremble: he sits (throne) between the Cherubims; let the earth be moved.’

Psalm 99:5 ‘Exalt ye Yahweh our God, and worship at his Footstool.

Ezekiel 43:7 ‘And he said unto me, Son of man, the place of my throne, and the place of the soles of my feet.’  That’s the Footstool!  ‘Where I will dwell in the midst of the children of Israel forever.’

Jeremiah 3:16 ‘They shall no more say, “The Ark of the Covenant of Yahweh.” It shall not come to mind or be remembered or missed; it shall not be made again. At that time they were called Jerusalem the Throne.’

The Ark of the Covenant doesn’t come back again, because His Throne is in the Ezekiel Temple. 

And, His Throne has a Golden Footstool, and the Golden Footstool fulfills the role and the purpose of The Ark of the Covenant. That’s the purpose of this study:  the Ark of the Covenant. For time’s sake we will allow you to take a moment and look at more of this. I don’t want this video to be too long, but you can see later on we get more confirmations of Revelation 10 with 1 Kings and 2 Chronicles. We have more confirmations, then we also look at the word Cathedral.

And when we talk about the Cathedral, we’re essentially referring to this [41:24 min mark; Leeland shows notes with diagram of Solomon’s Porch]. What we’re looking at here is the 1st Temple, the House of the Forests, Cedars of Lebanon {60 Pillars}. You may recall how we discussed that as being the North Chamber. Then we have another building called the Hall of Pillars {12 Pillars}.  Solomon also made the Hall for the Judgment Seat {Throne}, representing the Judgment Seat of Christ.

If you look at this it’s not proportionally identical, but it has a similar layout where you have the Holy Place, the Holy of Holies and then the Throne. But the Throne in the Millennium Temple, is going to be in the Holy of Holies.

The Cathedral is basically the arrangement of the Pillars in similar fashion to some of these buildings and facilities. They will be in the Temple itself, so these are part of buildings in the Temple Complex. These will be part of the Holy of Holies, where we have the rows of pillars and also the row of pillars in the Holy Place, where the Throne is not separate. But the Throne is in the Holy Place and the Footstool, the Ark of the Covenant is there as well.

For time’s sake, as we showed you the diagrams of the Ark of the Covenant it had 2 Cherubim. If we match those Cherubim, we can get the size and dimensions of the Throne, and that’s what we’re showing you in the Temple.  We have all the documentation here that we’ve shared in this video, in the blog post and in the presentation.  But here we’re showing you the documents in what we showed you earlier.

That concludes it on the Footstool and the Ark. We will have resources available to you in this presentation. We’ll have a blog post, and we’ll post a lot of the information that we have in terms of the sketches and some of the more detailed information as we’ve shown you in the presentation.  Because a lot of this will take further study, as we apply this principle of cross-referencing multiple Scrolls.

How we understand Scripture, it’s out of mouth of 2 or 3 Witnesses – that’s 2 or 3 Scrolls or 2 or 3 Scriptures – bearing Witness to the same thing. As we look at what’s happening with the Throne, the fulfillment of Christ in the role of Solomon, going from when Solomon is anointed King up until the time that the Temple is dedicated, in 1 Kings 10 and 2 Chronicles 9.

The warfare of Armageddon with the armaments; everything is an absolute Perfect Order. That’s what we’re going through in the series which you must follow on the blog post. In the videos, we’re focused on the 3D animation and the elements and buildings of the Ezekiel Temple, as you see in this one.

Thanks for watching. I strongly encourage you to really consider the things you have heard in this video, study them deeply, get ready to stand before the Judgment Seat of Christ- that’s what’s going to happen when the Son of Man appears in the clouds. The time is at hand.  He is seated on His Throne in power and great glory, and He has subdued all His enemies.

The voice came from the Throne, saying, ‘Praise our God’ all you his servants that fear his name both small and great. He said let us be glad, let us rejoice, give glory to the Lamb for the wedding has come.

The Throne: https://overcominglymedisease.com/the-throne/

Meaning of the Altar https://vimeo.com/781857002
Measure the Altar https://vimeo.com/780777463
Video Steps & Stairs https://vimeo.com/777372260
Video Boiling Houses https://vimeo.com/793361693
And check out the Boiling House in 3D Model
Video  Precious Cornerstone https://vimeo.com/791206715
Video Footstool, the Ark: https://vimeo.com/785981917
Ezekiel’s Temple – New Jerusalem – David the Prince: https://overcominglymedisease.com/ezekiels-temple-new-jerusalem-david-the-prince/


C05-6-21 The Footstool, the Ark: https://overcominglymedisease.com/the-footstool-the-ark/

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Jennifer HeathThe Footstool, the Ark

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