Rev. 5:1 And I saw in the right hand of him [the Father]
 that sat on the throne
[11.] within and
[12.] on the backside [full],
[11.] with seven seals.
5:2 And I saw a strong angel
 proclaiming with a loud voice,
[a.] Who is worthy
[11.] to open the book, and
[12.] to loose the seals thereof?
5:3 And no man
 in heaven,
 nor in earth,
 neither under the earth [men are in 3 realms (c/p. Rev. 5;13)],
[a.] able to open the book,
[b.] neither to look thereon.
5:4 And I wept much,
 because no man was found worthy
[a.] to open and
[b.] to read the book, neither
[c.] to look thereon.
5:5 And one of the elders saith unto me,
 Weep not:
 behold, the
[a.] Lion of the tribe of Juda, the
[b.] Root of David,
[11.] hath prevailed [by the conquest of His cross]
[aa.] to open the book, and
[bb.] to loose the seven seals thereof.
5:6 And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of
 the throne and of
 the four beasts [zoe, angelic living creatures], and
 in the midst of the elders [note: no mention of any raptured Church!, c/p. Rev. 5:11],
stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having
[a.] seven horns and
[b.] seven eyes, which are
[11.] the seven Spirits of God
[aa.] sent forth into all the earth.
 came and
 took the book [Jesus begins His reign over the earth (Dan. 7:13-14)]
[a.] out of the right hand of him
[11.] that sat upon the throne.
 four beasts and
 four [and] twenty elders
fell down before the Lamb,
[a.] having every one of them harps  [the zoe and the elders…again, no mention of the Church], and
[b.] [having] golden vials full of odours,
[11.] which are the prayers of saints.
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