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Spotlight

A spotlight is a lamp whose beam of light is focused on a person or an area on a stage, or the circle of light produced by the light. To be on the spotlight is to get public attention, which makes the person on the spotlight a bright star.

In 3D, the spotlight is a cone whose base is the circular area on the floor of the stage. The conical light is called light cone. This means that light cone is a spotlight directed at a person, object or group.

The stone at the centre of the new Jerusalem is a spotlight known as the dazzling light of the LORD's presence. The light is not a physical light, but overwhelming evidence or proof.

The spotlight is a sign of God's approval. It is a sign of God consecrating or launching his Temple or placing his seal of approval on the works of men.

Ezekiel narrated a vision of how the Temple was was illuminated brilliantly by the spotlight as follows:

"The dazzling light of the LORD's presence rose up from the creatures and moved to the entrance of the Temple. Then the clouds filled the Temple, and the courtyard was blazing with the light" (Ezekiel 10:4)

The Temple described by Ezekiel was neither the Temple built by Solomon nor Zerubbabel. Rather, it was the Temple formed by merging the first and second Temples. Ezekiel's description was a vision of the future; it was not something that he saw physically. It is the Temple standing right now on the Temple Mount.

The third Temple is on the spotlight because it is reflecting the throne of God.

Dome of the Chain and Dome of the Rock are on the spotlight because they are reflecting Bagua (heaven): the throne of God. Though the throne of God is invisible to the naked eye, it visible through Dome of the Rock and Dome of the Chain.

Dome of the Rock and Dome of the Chain were invisible in the past because they have not been spotlighted by the dazzling light of the LORD's presence.

Dome of the Chain represents the second Temple and Dome of the Rock represents the first Temple. The third Temple is the sum of Dome of the Rock and Dome of the Chain.

Dome of the Rock is a rose garden and Dome of the Chain is a garden of lilies. The two gardens constitute the garden of God. In other words, the Temple Mount is the garden of God.

The garden on the Temple Mount is a beautiful love garden, since it is made up of lilies and roses.

The beauty of the garden is revealed by the dazzling light of the LORD's presence from the throne of God.

Geometrically,  Dome of the Rock and Dome of the Chain are regular octagon and regular hexagon respectively. On the spotlight, Dome of the Rock is a circumscribed octagon and Dome of the Chain is a circumscribed hexagon. The circumcircle is the circle of light produced by the spotlight. The circle of light is called glory.

An intense beam of light directed from the throne of God to a person on earth is called halo. The halo is a spotlight from heaven forming a circular light around the head of a righteous person. It is a crown of glory placed on the head of the righteous.

The halo is a two-dimensional representation of light cone, which means that the crown of glory is a cone-shaped light whose source is heaven and whose base is on the head of the righteous.

Jesus, Mary and Joseph are usually depicted with bright circles of light on their heads because they are on the spotlight.

The spotlight from heaven is the crown the righteous people of God have been waiting for.







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