What are Seraphims described as in Isaias’s vision?
A) Creatures with six wings who praise God
B) Creatures with two wings and two legs
C) Human beings
In Isaias's vision, described in Isaiah chapter 6, verse 2, Seraphim are depicted as creatures with six wings who continually praise God by saying "Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of hosts; all the earth is full of His glory".
What is the role of Seraphim in the heavenly hierarchy?
A) They are lower than the cherubim
B) They are part of the highest rank
C) They are the least important angels
The Seraphim are part of the highest rank in the heavenly hierarchy within Christian theology. They are above the Cherubim in this angelic system and serve a very important role in God's court.
What do the seraphim continuously sing about in the heavenly court?
A) Songs about their six wings
B) The greatness and holiness of God
C) The beauty of the heavenly court
The Seraphim in the heavenly court are known for their continuous singing about the greatness and holiness of God, articulating their devotion and service to Him.