Pure stupidity. The throne is the throne of the bark of St. Peter. Christ is the tree and we are its branches.
The expression “power of the keys” is derived from Christ’s words to St. Peter (in Matthew 16:19). The promise there made finds its explanation in Isaiah 22, in which “the key of the house of David” is conferred upon Eliacim, the son of Helcias, as the symbol of plenary authority in the Kingdom of Juda. Christ by employing this expression clearly designed to signify his intention to confer on St. Peter the supreme authority over His Church, that there be one Church, one teaching of his Word, and His Body and Blood will be found in the Holy Eucharist. All the rest emanate from the Eucharist. The Eucharist is the throne and its celebration in the Mass is through St. Peter, his Apostles, and his consecrated disciples.
The rest is all Benny Hinn, Bishop Jake, Joel Osteen, Rev. Schuller, Rev. Wright, Tammy Baker, your local Foursquare Church Pastor, etc,
“Pure stupidity. The throne is the throne of the bark of St. Peter. Christ is the tree and we are its branches.”
I agree. The concept of a throne of Peter is as silly as a bark of Peter or a prince of Rome.
As to you interpretation of the passage, we will continue to disagree - hopefully as fellow believers in Christ.