First and foremost, sapphire refers to God’s chariot throne (Ezekiel 1:26-28; 10:1). Without the refining of All-Consuming Fire (Job 23:10; Hebrews 12:29) who sits on the sapphire throne being a genuine reality in a believer’s life, there is no throne room ministry where perpetual righteousness, holiness and truth is its fruit. Without the sapphire throne being firmly secured through the Word of God in our lives, we cannot move, live and have our being in Him (Acts 17:28) in its fullness (Ephesians 4:13). Without the sapphire throne, there is no lasting, eternal ministry period.

The place under the God of Israel’s feet appeared to be paved with sapphire stone when heaven touched earth (Exodus 24:10). Significantly, we are told this appearance was like the body of heaven in His clearness.

A sapphire was the only thing that could perfect stones in God’s Temple; therefore, the specs of God’s holy dwelling place requires that His living stones (1 Peter 2:5) be polished by the ministry of His sapphire throne (Lamentation 4:7; Ezekiel 10).

Sapphire is the second foundation of the wall of the New Jerusalem (Revelation 21:19), which speaks of the testimony/witness of the Lamb’s wife – His Bride (Revelation 21) .

Sapphire symbolizes the place where wisdom can be found (Job 28:12-28).

~ Robin Main


Originally published on February 22, 2013 via FB =>



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