288. Verse 12. Saying with a great voice, Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, and honor, and glory, signifies confession from the heart, that the Lord as to the Divine Human has omnipotence, omniscience, Divine good, and Divine truth. "To say with a great voice," signifies confession from the heart; "Thou art worthy," signifies that in Him are the things which follow; "The Lamb" signifies the Lord as to the Divine Human; "power" signifies the Divine power, which is omnipotence; "riches and wisdom," signify Divine knowledge and wisdom, which are omniscience; "honor and glory," signify the Divine good and the Divine truth. That "riches" signify the knowledges of good and truth, and thus science, may be seen above (n. 206); therefore, when said of the Lord, they signify omniscience; and that "honor and glory," when spoken of the Lord, signify the Divine good and the Divine truth, see above (n. 249).