The train of His robe fills the temple

In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple. – Isaiah 6:1 KJV


I never understood the meaning behind “the train of His robe fills the temple” (See Isaiah 6.1 ). So I did some research and found that in ancient times when a king had won a great victory and defeated an enemy, the king would walk through the battle ground and take for his men the spoils. But the greatest recognition for the king that he had been victorious was signified when he would have a piece of the defeated king’s robe cut off and then sewn onto the bottom or the train of his own robe. For a king in Old Testament times, the length of his robe (or the train) would therefore be a sign or an indication of his greatness i.e. the longer his train, the move victories he had won and the more kings he had defeated.
Let he who is spiritual discern the meaning behind it (Knowing that today his church is the temple, and how victorious one would have to be to have a train long enough to fill a temple). There is so much more in these few words though, I recommend that you spend some time praying and meditating about it. I see the Lord high and lifted up myself, and His train flowing victoriously in me saying “this is My land”. This also brought Exodus 17:15 to mind and the usage of “Jehovah Nissi”, which means “The Lord is my Banner”:

And Moses built an altar, and called the name of it Jehovahnissi: For he said, Because the Lord hath sworn that the Lord will have war with Amalek from generation to generation – Exodus 17:15-16 KJV

Every time I meditate on this I get a revelation from the Lord of Him standing in the temple (a representation of me, or the Bride/Church in general) and it’s similar to the Superman image above (which I looked forever to find by the way), but much much more glorious! If you have ever seen those crazy Japanese anime images where they have these guys with insanely long capes, it’s kind of like that, the whole thing is flowing and filling the temple.

I have more to add on this later, but the Lord has withheld my hand from writing the remainder of this post for now. I have much more to share, I will refresh the post when I complete it.

He is King of Kings and Lord of lords, praise His name!

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9 Responses to “The train of His robe fills the temple”
  1. regina kuchenbrod says:

    The Lord showed me that the train is his anointing and his anointing fills the temple and we are the temple his church. When the Jewish men were anointed the oil flow from their heads to their beards all the way down to the Hem of their garments. I believe that is why the woman with the issue of blood said if only I can Touch the Hem of His Garment. If only I can touch the anointing of God, I will be made whole. I saw a vision of Jesus wvalking down the hospital Hall and as he walked his train flow like Living Waters into each room Healing The Sick as he passed by.

  2. Sonia says:

    I started a video series on ‘Who is God’ and Isaiah 6 was referenced. I have read this portion regarding his train filling the temple before but today for some reason I needed to know what it meant. Thank you for explaining this in a manner that I will never forget. I plan to share this with my study group as well. It really helps to understand biblical cultural perspectives to our current day perspective. It’s a monumental bridge that brings a fuller understanding of the majesty of God.

  3. Jimmie Chiappelli says:

    Food for thought, just as the Kings added to their robes on the battlefield. Christ Our King won the final victory at the cross. And his train is so massive that it fills us as his Temple.

  4. Jacqueline says:

    I was praying to Hy Spirit this morning and was given this scripture from Isaiah and you have given me the meaning that I wa looking for Thank you

  5. Lori Lambert says:

    Dear Sir,
    Just curious and what the Lord has shown you since then about the same subject?

    Thank you Lori

  6. Irving Henderson says:

    “Even the mystery which hath been hid from ages and from generations, but now is made manifest to his saints: [27] To whom God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory:”

    Colossians 1:26-27

  7. sandra scheu says:

    thanks for the insight – Ive been stuck on this too:) just before I read your post I had a vision of His robe stacked up[ layer upon layer within us – like the longest ribbon in history! really neat:) nice to know that all those enemies are under our feet since we are His feet:) interesting comment on the Lord staying your hand from writing more – that’s happened to me too – people didnt understand it when I said it – nice to know He does that with other too:) Bless you as you dig deeper into who He is

  8. candace says:

    Thank you for this spoke volumes to me and clarified so much

  9. jeremy bilbrey says:

    Thank you for this piece, brother! it has blessed me. we can’t even begin to count the victories of our lord, there arent even enough stars in the heavens to compare!

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