. . . Above it stood seraphim . . . And one cried to another and said,
“Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of Hosts . . .”
At the earthly seat of power, congressmen and senators design bills that need to be passed and signed. And the best these public servants can do is speak from their party’s knowledge or a historical knowledge. This is the only thing that they have—the human viewpoint. But that is not so with seraphim. They are not trying to push their agendas. Instead, they just have one message: “And they were calling to one another: ‘Holy, holy, holy is the LORD Almighty.’ ” It’s called the tris haggion—three times holy.