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Double rainbow over Buckingham Palace after Queen Elizabeth II's death: 'an enduring symbol'

Double rainbow over Buckingham Palace after Queen Elizabeth II’s death: ‘an enduring symbol’

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Queen Elizabeth II, England’s longest-reigning monarch, died on Thursday at Balmoral Castle, her rural estate in Scotland.

like people Gathered around Buckingham Palace To sadness, a beautiful double rainbow appeared in the sky.

“What an inspiring backdrop to difficult times of mourning and loss around the world,” Reverend Jesse Bradley, leader of the Grace Community Church in the Seattle, Washington area, told Fox News Digital.

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Describing Queen Elizabeth II as “a gift to all nations,” he said, “God also gives us many gifts at the right time in creation, like double rainbows, that go beyond what humans can plan or make.”

A double rainbow is seen over the Elizabeth Tower in Westminster, London, after rain, as mourners gather to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8, 2022.
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The late Queen relied on her Christian faith during the COVID-19 isolation, as Fox News Digital previously reported.

Her faith has always been a strong part of life for many years.

“The Queen would write her own letters every Christmas, and she always knew that the one who inspired her was Jesus Christ.”

Reverend Bradley said that rainbows are of great importance in the Bible.

“The rainbow has been a profound spiritual symbol for thousands of years,” he noted.

“After the Flood, Noah and his family saw a God-given rainbow as they were trying to navigate in difficult conditions.”

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He also said, “The rainbow was one of the ways God told them he still had a plan.”

“After the shock and loss of the flood, there is still hope because of God.”

"The beauty and vibrancy of colors in a rainbow draws us to the sky and reminds us that we have a Creator who is gracious, benevolent, and rich in mercy," Reverend Jesse Bradley said.

Reverend Jesse Bradley said: “The beauty and vibrancy of colors in a rainbow directs us to heaven and reminds us that we have a Creator who is gracious, benevolent, and rich in mercy.”
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Noting that “the rainbow, as described in the Book of Genesis in the Bible, continues to be one of the ways God communicates to all generations that there will be no further flood throughout the world,” he said, “It was also a constant symbol reminding us that we must We honor God in our daily lives.”

He said the flood came “because of mankind’s rebellion” – and the rainbow “turns our hearts to God with the advice that we do not return to sin.”

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He described the Queen’s life as an “incredibly generous life” and said she led “so many people to God’s word and to walk with Jesus”.

“She was a complete Christian,” Calvin Robinson, an Anglican deacon at Christ Church in London, told Fox News host Tucker Carlson of Tucker Carlson Tonight this week.

“The Queen would write her own letters every Christmas, and she always knew that the one who inspired her was Jesus Christ.”

Queen Elizabeth II arrives at St Paul's Cathedral for the Thanksgiving service held in honor of her 80th birthday, on June 15, 2006 in London, England.

Queen Elizabeth II arrives at St Paul’s Cathedral for the Thanksgiving service held in honor of her 80th birthday, on June 15, 2006 in London, England.
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Reverend Bradley said we have a reminder of future glory in the rainbow – and we have one in the life of Queen Elizabeth II.

He said, “The beauty and vibrancy of colors in the rainbow draw us to the sky and remind us that we have a generous and benevolent Creator who is rich in mercy and worthy of praise and adoration at all times.”

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“The life of a queen, like a double rainbow, directs our attention to the goodness of God.”

He added, “The heavens proclaim the glory of God,” quoting Psalm 19:1 from the Bible.

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