Podcast #369: “Who Could” by Meredith Andrews

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I’m Michelle Nezat and I hope to inspire you to discover and meditate on God’s Word through the songs you’re listening to on the radio.

There is a critical question posed by an imposing angel in the throne room of God described in the book of Revelation, “Who is worthy to open the scroll?” Meredith Andrew’s song “Who Could” reminds us of this question, and the apostle John transports us through vivid imagery.

Visit the throne room of God with me this week on the podcast.

In this episode, I discuss:

  • Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture – this week’s Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include:
    • Listen to epic music while reading epic scenes in Scripture
    • Read and keep on reading
    • Meditation
    • Ask questions
    • Mark up the text
    • Follow the cross-references
    • Complete a word study
    • Consult an outside resource
  • The 30 Day Music Challenge
  • My interview with Vince Wright and his resources at TheBereanTest.comYouTube Video
  • Listening to epic music while reading epic scenes, I used a track from unminus.com under a portion of Scripture this week
  • Tips for reading Revelation from an outside resource – “How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth” by Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart
  • Tips for reading apocalyptic literature in the Bible – Blog with Video
  • Marking up the text using the Illustrated Scripture Journal – Amazon Link
  • Getting answers to some of my questions – GotQuestions.org
  • Picturing the scene in the throne room of heaven – Revelation 4:1-11
  • The 24 elders casting their crowns before the throne – Revelation 4:10
    • Imperishable crown – 1 Corinthians 9:25
    • Spiritual children – Philippians 4:1 and 1 Thessalonians 2:19
    • Crown of life – James 1:12 and Revelation 2:10
    • Crown of righteousness – 2 Timothy 4:8
    • Crown of glory – 1 Peter 5:4
  • Lord (Kurios) as a master and person exercising absolute ownership rights – BibleHub.com
  • God (Theos) as the supreme Creator who owns and sustains all things – BibleHub.com
  • Allowing Scripture to roll around in your mind a bit (also known as meditating on Scripture)
  • Pondering the extreme emotional response of John in Revelation 5:4
Here is the example of the Illustrated Bible Journal resource I discuss on the podcast this week. You can see my notes and how I used it to follow the BITEs of marking up the text and completing word studies.

“Let the Scripture roll around in your mind a bit. Think about it. Think about it deeply. Don’t rush through this process. Let the Holy Spirit reveal things to you in His time, but give Him something to work with.”


Enjoy the official lyric video on YouTube below.

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Weekly Challenge

Read the book of Revelation for yourself. Consider the literary context as you read so that you don’t fall into the trap of misreading the text. Sit awestruck at the sight of the whole before inspecting the parts. Immerse yourself in the throne room scene and allow the Holy Spirit to reveal just how worthy the Lion and Lamb is of our praise.

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