You send the Lamb to the ruler of the land:
(a) from Sela (rocky, craggy)
(b) to the wilderness,
(c) to the mount of the daughter of Zion.
In this picture from Isaiah you see the Lamb going from one rock, to a wilderness, to a greater rock.
A few examples of that God used to foreshadow this are:
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob all lived in (a) the promise land, from there their family went to (b) Egypt and then the wilderness, and ultimately back to (c) the promise land as a greater nation.
Mankind was in (a) paradise with God in Eden, then found himself isolated in (b) a world full of sin, and ultimately will be back in (c) Paradise with God greater than he was before.
Jesus left His (a) Glory in heaven and came to a (b) desolate earth to save mankind, and He is now awaiting (c) the day when He can claim His people back to Himself, a King with a greater kingdom.
Jesus is the Lamb that has gone from Glory to Glory.
It is so amazing that He shares this part of His life with us so that is also our experience too:
“But we all, with open face beholding as in a glass the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord.”
With God the first glory is never greater than the second, just when you thought something had died and was to be written off, God resurrects and restores and makes life better than before. Praise God! He’s the best Dad you will ever have. Believe on Jesus today!
Peace and much Luv in Christ Jesus.