The great throne room scene in heaven portrayed in Revelation 4 sets the stage for the remarkable drama of Revelation 5. As angels and people alike surround the throne of God offering their worship, God extends His hand and reveals a sealed scroll. In his vision of heaven John sees the scroll and hears a voice enquire, â€śWho is worthy to break the seals and open the scroll?â€ť Soon it becomes apparent that no one is worthy except Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God. The Lamb takes His position on the divine throne and the drama unfolds as He receives the scroll and the hosts of heaven fall before Him in worship. Jesus is both a lion and a lamb. He is the King and our Redeemer. He is the Lamb who roared! Revelation 5 depicts the worthiness of Jesus Christ, the Lamb on the throne. From this passage we discover that people and angels alike find it irresistible to worship our worthy Lord, Jesus Christ. One day weâ€™ll stand before the throne of God. Weâ€™ll witness the splendor of heaven and sense the awesome majesty of Jesus Christ. At that moment weâ€™ll enter into a whole new appreciation of Jesusâ€™ character and work. But before that day arrives we can catch a glimpse of this regal scene by examining Revelation 5. In this chapter John unfolds his vision by describing three movements in the drama, three distinct observations that he â€śsawâ€ť and that help us to see the glory of Jesus Christ.