Theath - 144,000 FLAC album
Revelations 14:4 and Revelation 21 speaks about the 144,000 (The Bride of Christ) To learn more about this group please refer to the verses mentioned i. .
Who are the 144,000? This number is first mentioned in Revelation 7, and the circumstances under which they are brought to view furnish a very clear.
Theath is mainly a project by Thomas Heath, who started publishing his music in 2000. He often collaborated with musicians from other bands he publishes sometimes on his own label Tract Records. His regular co-musician is Richard Wilson (2) of Ghost Sessions and Racingpaperplanes.
144,000 is a natural number. It has significance in various religious movements and ancient prophetic belief systems. The number 144,000 has religious significance for Christians because of its use in the Book of Revelation, where it appears three times: Revelation 7:3–8: Revelation 14:1: Revelation 14:3–5: The numbers 12,000 and 144,000 are variously interpreted in traditional Christianity.
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The 144,000 must therefore be found in the last generation of the servants of our God on the earth; and the sealing of them must be the last special religious movement among men. It is the closing Christian movement of the Christian age. S144 . The number, 144,000, must mean a definite number, composed of just so many individuals. It cannot stand for a larger but indefinite number, for in verse 9 another company is introduced which is indefinite in its proportions, and hence is spoken of as a great multitude, which no man could number. If the 144,000 were designed to represent such an indefinite number, then John would have said, in verse 4, And there were sealed a great multitude, which no man could number, out of all the tribes of the children of Israel
With him were 144,000, sealed with the Father’s name upon their foreheads. This great multitude had been purchased out of the earth, and they were said to be the firstfruits unto God and unto the Lamb. And so, they literalize the number 144,000 in these two contexts, and ridiculously argue that only 144,000 people will gain heaven. If one argues that the 144,000 represents a literal number, he should similarly contend that the group of which that number consists is also literal, . That would mean, according to the Watchtower scheme of interpretation, that no one would be in heaven who was not of the actual tribes listed.
Known as the 144,000, they have a critical mission to prepare the world for Jesus' second coming. They enjoy a special relationship with the Lamb, sing a special song, and are sealed with a special name. The next main passage that describes the 144,000 is Revelation 14:1-5: "And I looked, and, lo, a Lamb stood on the mount Sion, and with him an hundred forty and four thousand, having his Father's name written in their foreheads. And I heard a voice from heaven, as the voice of many waters, and as the voice of a great thunder: and I heard the voice of harpers harping with their harps: And they sung as it were a new song before the throne, and before the four beasts, and the elders: and no man could learn that song but the hundred and.
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|1||My Face (Demo)|
|3||Bring Home The Stars|
|4||I Only See Clouds At Night (Version 1)|
|5||Humming Star (Version 1)|
Written-By – Xiu Xiu
|7||Suicide Fireworks (Version 1)|
|8||I Only See Clouds At Night (Version 2)|
|9||Humming Star (Version 2)|
Guitar – Jeffrey FieldsWritten-By – Smog
|11||Suicide Fireworks (Part 1)|
NotesThis came in a limited edition of only 10 copies, presented in a halloween skull bag with little metal skull die-cuts, aztec inserts, a piece of 35mm film, a 4x5 inch colorslide, sticker and credit insert.
Tracks 1-3 are demos recorded during 2007 for the Theath / Giants Of Tiwanaku EP.
Tracks 4-7 were previously published as part of the Boo Hiss / Theath Split EP from 2005.
Tracks 8-11 were previously published as part of the Boo Hiss / Theath Split EP from 2006, that features completely different versions from the first edition.
The insert incorrectly credits track 7 to Xiu Xiu, but instead it's track 6.