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Burn, and let the whole world see!
You were made to burn.

I see an old breed of prophet arising, speaking as voices from another age; set ablaze with the flame of the Spirit of God,
And sent from before the throne.
We are sent from before the throne to stand up and speak out,
And let hell tremble when they hear us say,
"We are the burning ones, and we will not be contained!"

Burning ones, arise!
Come forth!
Take your flame, ignite the world.
We are the only hope for a hopeless world to see the face of the living God. Take your flame, ignite the world.
Under the name above all names, we declare that the glorious One lives.
Take your flame, ignite the world.
Take your flame, ignite the world!
Come to the throne!
Burn, and let the whole world see.
Take your flame, ignite the world!

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    UnregisteredJan 10, 2012 at 5:29 pm
    A seraphim was a creature literally on fire for god, covered in eyes, seeing all. They sang holy, holy, holy, is god almighty, who was, is , and is to come. This song is telling us to be on fire for god such as a seraphim. To spread gods word like wildfire. To rise up and advocate the life of a christian and the almighty god
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    UnregisteredJan 3, 2012 at 9:17 pm
    Seraphim are these four creatures in heaven that are so close to god that they are literally on fire. The song is saying that we should be on fire for god. We are to be spreading god like a fire, and also that people should just be able to see us and be able to say, "that person is on fire for god. "

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