|“||And I saw in the midst of the throne and of the four living creatures, and in the midst of the elders, a Lamb standing, as though it had been slain, having seven horns, and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God, sent forth into all the earth. And he came, and he taketh it out of the right hand of him that sat on the throne.||„|
|— Apocalypse 5:6-7.|
The Lamb of God, also known as the Lion of Juda and the Immaculate Lamb, is a figure appearing in the Book of Revelation, described as having seven eyes and seven horns, pouring out the cup of God's Wrath on mankind. He is identified with the figure of Jesus Christ, along with the White Horseman.
The Lamb of God is identified as a embodiment of the book of Revelation to describe Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who is the spotless Lamb of the Lord who took away the sins of the world through his blood. The seven horns and seven eyes represent the seven spirits of God, and probably allude to the perfect number of God, which is the number seven, for in six days God created the entire universe and all its army, and on the seventh he rested.
A great contrast exists in Jesus being represented as a Lamb, for while the Almighty is a humble and fluffy lamb, while Satan, also called Serpent and Devil, is personified in the book of Revelation as a great red dragon with seven heads and ten horns. In Apocalypse, in Armageddon, Jesus defeats the Devil with the sound of His Word, and all his army, showing the great difference between the being of Jesus and the non-being of the Devil, that even though he was a mighty dragon, he was defeated by a lamb.