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The Joshua Stone

"See the stone that I have set before Joshua! On the one stone are seven eyes; and I am engraving an inscription on it,’ declares Jehovah of armies, ‘and I will take away the guilt of that land in one day." Zech 3:9


                                                                7 Eyes, 7 Spirits, 7 Lamps



The 7 eyes on the stone before Joshua mean the word that lights the way and our paths for all believers.

Zech 3:9 "See the stone that I have set before Joshua! On the one stone are seven eyes;"

Rev 5:6 "And I saw standing in the midst of the throne and of the four living creatures and in the midst of the elders a lamb that seemed to have been slaughtered, having seven horns and seven eyes, and the eyes mean the seven spirits of God that have been sent out into the whole earth."

Rev 4:5 "From the throne were coming lightning and voices and thunders; and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, and these mean the seven spirits of God."

Ex 25:37 "You will make seven lamps for it, and when the lamps are lit, they will shine on the area in front of it."

Pr 6:23 "For the commandment is a lamp, And the law is a light,"

Psm 119:105 "Your word is a lamp to my foot, And a light for my path."

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Rev 5:6 "And I saw standing in the midst of the throne and of the four living creatures and in the midst of the elders a lamb that seemed to have been slaughtered, having seven horns and seven eyes, and the eyes mean the seven spirits of God that have been sent out into the whole earth."

The seven horns shown in connection with the lamb also carry us back to Zech 3 and the stone set before Joshua. While representing the completeness of Jehovah's spirit, these seven are synonymous of the seven trumpets, not unlike the seven horns used by Joshua at Jericho.

Again, the stone set before Joshua in Zech 3 contains the seven eyes, or spirits of God. Christ Jesus being the word, these eyes are tied to the lamp within the sanctuary that represented scripture that lighted the way for the show bread, the brothers of Christ on earth. 

The seven horns will blow during the time of the end as contained in the "capstone" of scripture set before Joshua with seven eyes roving about in the earth, representing foresight of these seven trumpets/horns.

Therefore we look forward to a future Joshua who will be entrusted in carrying out Jehovah's responsibility of announcing to the world these trumpet blasts contained within the capstone of scripture set before Joshua containing foresight of these events, along with those men with him (acting as a sign of things to come, or wondered at), fulfilling that prophetic event in Jericho.


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​​"Therefore, remove the foreign gods that are among you, and incline your hearts to Jehovah the God of Israel.” The people said to Joshua: “We will serve Jehovah our God, and we will obey his voice!” So Joshua made a covenant with the people on that day and established a regulation and a ruling for them in Sheʹchem. Then Joshua wrote these words in the book of God’s Law and took a great stone and set it up under the large tree that is by the sanctuary of Jehovah. Joshua went on to say to all the people: “Look! This stone will serve as a witness against us, because it has heard everything Jehovah said to us, and it will serve as a witness against you, so that you may not deny your God." (Josh 24:23-27)

The stone before Joshua, the capstone or keystone of Gods word containing the iteration of all of Gods word and fulfillment of all the law and prophets. 

The seven lamps in the holy place, lighting the way for the 12 loaves and Christs brothers, and guiding them in the time of the end with the completed picture of prophecy from our Lord.

The wheels of the chariot of God representing his word and the completion of all things!

"And the living creatures had the appearance of 
burning coals of fire, and something that looked like torches of bright fire was moving back and forth between the living creatures, and lightning was flashing out from the fire. And when the living creatures would go forth and return, their movement had the appearance of flashes of lightning." (Eze 1:13-14)

"From the throne were coming lightning and voices and thunders; and there were seven 
lamps of fire burning before the throne, and these mean the seven spirits of God." (Rev 4:5)

Reading Eze 1 and Rev 4 we see that Eze was seeing the fulfillment of scripture when the seven spirits of god, seven eyes of the capstone before Joshua begin moving about in the earth in the time of the end when all these things begin to occur. 

So where does Joshua get this stone with seven eyes containing the judgments of coal and fire in the time of the end and the completion of law and prophets? From the wheels of the chariot, the word!

"Then he said to the man clothed in linen: “Enter between the 
wheelwork, under the cherubs, and fill both your hands with burning coals from between the cherubs and toss them over the city.” So he entered as I watched." (Eze 10:2)

"See the stone that I have set before Joshua! On the one stone are 
seven eyes." (Zech 3:9)

"and the eyes mean the 
seven spirits of God that have been sent out into the whole earth" (Rev 5:6)


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So here we are, Joshua in Zech 3 is the man dressed in linen in Eze 10!

So the stone in Zech 3;

Zech 3:9 “See 
the stone that I have set before Joshua! On the one stone are seven eyes; and I am engraving an inscription on it,’ declares Jehovah of armies, ‘and I will take away the guilt of that land in one day.”

Then the lamb in Rev 5;

Rev 5:6 "And I saw standing in the midst of the throne and of the four living creatures and in the midst of the elders a lamb that seemed to have been slaughtered, having seven horns and 
seven eyes, and the eyes mean the seven spirits of God that have been sent out into the whole earth."

The seven eyes of the stone mean the seven spirits of God, now look at Rev 4;

Rev 4:5 "From the throne were coming lightning and voices and thunders; and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, and these mean the seven spirits of God."

So the seven lamps are the the seven spirits of God.

Now Rev 4 is a mirror of Eze 1 and Eze 10 when Gods throne is described;

Eze 1:13 "And the living creatures had the appearance of burning coals of fire, and something that looked like 
torches of bright fire was moving back and forth between the living creatures, and lightning was flashing out from the fire."

Eze 10:2 "Enter between the wheelwork, under the cherubs, and fill both your hands with 
burning coals from between the cherubs and toss them over the city.” So he entered as I watched."

Eze 10:6,7 "Then he commanded the man clothed in linen: “Take 
fire from between the wheelwork, from between the cherubs,” and he entered and stood beside the wheel. Then one of the cherubs stretched his hand out toward the fire that was between the cherubs. He took some and put it into both hands of the one clothed in linen, who now took it and went out."

Rev 8:7 "The first one blew his trumpet. And there was hail and fire mingled with blood, and it was hurled to the earth; and a third of the earth was burned up, and a third of the trees were burned up, and all the green vegetation was burned up."

The city the coal is thrown over is Gods city at the judgement of her. The man in linen is Joshua in Zechariah 3, he is the one given the coal from the wheels/word as the "stone with seven eyes" those eyes of the seven spirits of God, the seven lamps around the throne and the cherubs, the capstone of the word, the fulfillment of law and prophets!

The stone before Joshua is the fire from the wheelworks that is tossed over the city. Quite literally Joshua and the man dressed in linen represent one of the two witnesses who obtains the very capstone of prophecy and law, and gain from Gods word the correct understanding of what is to come on earth, and the only thing left will be for Jehovah to give its final engraving, in that of the time/moment when he will final take the guilt away from this earth!

Zech 3:9 "See the stone that I have set before Joshua! On the one stone are seven eyes; and I am engraving an inscription on it,’ declares Jehovah of armies, ‘and I will take away the guilt of that land in one day."

And bringing it all full circle, how beautifully fitting it is that our Lord Christ Jesus is described as the one with the seven eyes, the seven horns, the seven spirits of God, the seven lamps, for he is the word!​