Judgment of the Fourth Animal
9 “As I was looking, thrones were put in their places,
and the Ancient King[a] sat on his throne.
His clothes were as white as snow.
His hair was as white as wool.
His throne was made from fire,[b]
and its wheels were made from flames.
10 A river of fire flowed out
from in front of the Ancient King.
Millions of people were serving him.
Hundreds of millions of people stood in front of him.
Court was ready to begin,
and the books were opened.
11 “I kept on looking because the little horn was bragging. I kept watching until finally the fourth animal was killed. Its body was destroyed, and it was thrown into the burning fire.Read full chapter