Hello, thanks for the A2A. Well, this prophecy is found in the book of Revelation 21:1- (Easy-to-Read Version) Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth. The first heaven and the first earth had disappeared. Now there was no sea. The focus of the question expresses the sea and what it means for the future. The best thing to do is to identify the sea so what passage does the Bible provide that explains the "Sea"?
15 Then the angel said to me, “You saw the waters where the prostitute sits. These waters are the many peoples, the different races, nations, and languages in the world.
The waters that you see below in the picture expresses Babylon the Great and how she "sat" on many waters. Going online what is Babylon the Great:
What does the Babylon symbolize?
Although the name “Babylon” is derived from the Akkadian word babilu meaning “gate of god,” it is an evident counterfeit of God's eternal city. The opposition to the rule of God by world powers or the exile of God's people from the land of blessing is conveyed properly through the metaphor of Babylon.
What is Babylon from the Bible?
In the Book of Genesis, chapter 11, Babylon is featured in the story of The Tower of Babel and the Hebrews claimed the city was named for the confusion which ensued after God caused the people to begin speaking in different languages so they would not be able to complete their great tower to the heavens (the Hebrew ...
What does God say about Babylon?
Therefore, this is what the LORD says: "See, I will defend your cause and avenge you; I will dry up her sea and make her springs dry. Babylon will be a heap of ruins, a haunt of jackals, an object of horror and scorn, a place where no one lives.
Who is Babylon in the Book of Revelation?
Babylon the Great, commonly known as the Whore of Babylon, refers to both a symbolic female figure and place of evil mentioned in the Book of Revelation in the Bible.
Who destroyed Babylon in the Bible?
Babylon symbolizes evil. God destroyed Babylon, a wicked city in the ancient world (see Isaiah 13:19–22; Jeremiah 51:37, 52–58).
What does Babylon represent in Revelation 19?
Babylon, which symbolizes the wickedness of the world, will be destroyed at the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. If we follow God's command to “come out of Babylon,” we will not partake of the sins of the world nor be overtaken in the plagues that will destroy it (see Revelation 18; D&C 133:1–15).
What characteristics does the Bible use to define the meaning of the sea where Babylon the Great sat upon and what is divine judgment of the sea?
20 But evil people are like the angry ocean.
They cannot be quiet and peaceful.
They are angry, and like the ocean,
they stir up mud.
21 My God says,
“There is no peace for evil people.”
9 The good man’s life is full of light. The sinner’s road is dark and gloomy.
11 But it will be very bad for wicked people, because they, too, will get what they deserve. They will get what they did to others.