Trying to work through this one, would appreciate some feedback/comments/alternate opinions. This is my take thus far.. Ahab and Jehoshaphat are trying to decide if they should go to war or not. Ahab calls for his 400 "prophets" and they all agree tell him that they will be victorious in battle, especially Skippy (aka Zedekiah) running around the room with horns on. The false prophets claim to be from the LORD (because they use phrases like, "the LORD will deliever them into your hand"), but Jehoshaphat obviously see's through it, and asks if there is a prophet of the LORD they might ask. So Micaiah is summoned to Ahab and Jehoshaphat to give advice. He parrots back exactly what the false prophets are saying, obviously mocking them, sending King Ahab into another hissy fit (This is the same guy who pouted in the corner and wouldn't eat in the last chapter just because a guy wouldnt' sell him his vineyard). So Micaiah let's him have it, and tells him they will fail if they go to war. Now the above quote comes in (This is where I'd like some advice). Ahab whines like the little woman he is, and Micaiah tells the story about seeing God on the throne in heaven. My guess is this too is sarcasm. He looks around the circus going on in the room and the kings standing there seriously considering the nonsense. He recreates a similar seen in heaven, with the Lord calling together a counsil on how to destroy Ahab (as if the Almighty needed advice). Does that sound reasonable? Anyone have a better suggestion? The moral of the story is obvious... not only is sarcasm funny, it's biblical.