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12 Bible Verses about Eyes In Prophecy

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Revelation 19:12

His eyes are like a flame of fire, and on his head are many royal crowns. He has a name written on him that nobody knows except himself.

Revelation 2:18

"To the messenger of the church in Thyatira, write: "The Son of God, whose eyes are like flaming fire and whose feet are like glowing bronze, says this:

Ezekiel 10:12

Their entire bodies, backs, hands, and wings were filled with eyes around, including each of their four wheels.

Ezekiel 1:18

Their wheel rims were ornate and terrifying. They were full of eyes that surrounded the four of them.

Daniel 7:8

"While I was thinking about the horns look another horn, this time a little one, grew up among them. Three of the first horns were yanked up by their roots right in front of it. Look! It had eyes like those of a human being and a mouth that boasted with audacious claims."

Daniel 7:20

Also, I wanted to learn the significance of the ten horns on its head and the other horn that had arisen, before which three of them had fallen that is, the horn with eyes and a mouth that uttered magnificent things and which was greater in appearance than its fellows.

Revelation 4:6

In front of the throne was something like a sea of glass as clear as crystal. In the center of the throne and on each side of the throne were four living creatures full of eyes in front and in back.

Daniel 8:5

"As I watched and wondered, a male goat was coming from the west over the surface of the entire earth without touching the ground. The goat had a distinctive horn between its eyes.

Daniel 8:21

The demonic goat is the king of Greece, and the great horn between its eyes is its first king.

Daniel 10:6

His body was like beryl, his face flashed like lightning, his eyes were like flaming torches, his arms and legs were like polished bronze, and his speech roared like that of a crowd.

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