Revelation is full of astonished, awestruck folks. First, there's John who can't believe he's meeting Jesus live and in person—not to mention God, the angels, the armies of Heaven, a seven-headed Dragon… well, you get the idea. Then there's everyone else who head over heels admires and reveres God and his every holy move. Though it's clear that everyone is totally in love with the Big Guy, there's also probably a little good old fashioned awe-inspiring fear in there. Hey, you watch a deity unleash plagues of destruction and tell us you wouldn't be shaking in your boots.
Questions About Awe and Amazement
Why does God inspire such awe?
How does the humble life of Jesus (poor son of a carpenter) contrast with his glorious heavenly appearance? Why do the two seem so different?
Why are the creatures and characters in Heaven in awe of God? Aren't they with the guy all day?
Are the bad guys amazing in their own right? How does the kind of awe they inspire compare to what God's got going?