Though it’s hard to believe, the word Hallelujah is only found in the NT in our text today from Revelation. Then it occurs in rapid, staccato fashion four times in just six verses. What is the occasion for this sudden outburst? The ultimate, final triumph of God. That means the defeat of all His enemies. The first thing that takes place in celebration of His victory is the marriage feast of the Lamb. The fourth Hallelujah is the introduction to begin the banquet. We hear it each time we celebrate the Lord’s Supper. Communion points to Calvary, but it also points to the marriage Feast.