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ch. 16. 14.




c 1 Kings


s Neb. 9; 6.


18. 38.


P>. 33. 6. &


2 Kings 1.


124. 8. &


10. 13.


146. 5, 6.


d oh. 12. g.


Acts 14. 15.


& 19. 20.


&17.24.


2 ThOBS. 2.




9. 10.






t Isai. 21. 9.




Jer. 51. 8.




ch. 18. 2.




u Jer. 51. 7.




ch. 11.8.&




16. 19. & 17.




2. 5. & 18.3,


f 2 Kings


10, 18, 21. &


20. 7.


19. 2.


t Gr. breath.


X ch. 13. 14,




15. 16.


s ch. IR. 2.
& 19. 20. Sl






20. 4.






y Ps. 75. 8.
Isai. 51. 17.






Jer. 25. 15.




z ch. 18. 6.




a ch. 10. 19.


h ch. 14. 9.


b cb. 20. 10.


& 19. 20. &


c ch. 19. 20.


20. 4.




t Gr. to




eioe them.





The Lamb standing on mount Sion.

17 And that no man might buy or sell,
save he that had the mark, or 'the name of
the beast, ''or the number of his name.

18 'Here is wisdom. Let him that hath
understanding count '"the number of the
beast: "for it is the number of a man; and
his number is Six hundred threescore and



SIX.



CHAP. XIV.



1 The Lamb standing on mount Sion with his co^mpany.
6 An angel preacheth the gospel. 8 The fall of Babylon.
15 Theharvestof the world,M,ndp2ctting in of the sickle.
20 The vintage and wine-press of the wrath of God. '

AND I looked, and lo, "a Lamb stood
on the mount Sion, and with him ''an
hundred forty and four thousand, "having his
Father's name written in their foreheads.

2 And I heard a voice from heaven, ""as
the voice of many waters, and as the voice
of a great thunder : and I heard the voice
of " harpers harping with their harps :

3 And ^they sung as it were a new song
before the throne, and before the four beasts,
and the elders : and no man could learn that
song sbut the hundred and forty and four
thousand, which were redeemed from the
earth.

4 These are they which were not defiled
with women; ''for they are virgins. These
are they 'which follow the Lamb whither-
soever he goeth. These f'^were redeemed
from among men, ^heing the first-fruits unto
God and to the Lamb.

5 And "in their mouth was found no
guile: for "they are without fault before the
throne of God.

6 And I saw another angel °fly in the
midst of heaven, p having the everlasting
gospel to preach unto them that dwell on
the earth, ?and to every nation, and kindred,
and tongue, and people,

7 Saying with a loud voice, ■'Fear God,
and give glory to him; for the hour of his
judgment is come: 'and worship him that
made heaven, and earth, and the sea, and the
fountains of waters.

8 And there followed another angel, say-
ing, 'Babylon is fallen, is fallen, "that great
city, because she made all nations drink of
the wine of the wrath of her fornication.

9 And the third angel followed them, say-
ing with a loud voice, *If any man worship
the beast and his image, and receive his
mark in his forehead, or in his hand,

10 The-same y shall drink of the wine of
the wrath of God, which is ^poured out
without mixture into "the cup of his indig-
nation; and ''he shall be tormented with "fire
and brimstone in the presence of the holy
angels, and in the presence of the Lamb : *

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The harvest of the world.

11 And ^ the smoke of. their torment as-
cenrtethup for ever and ever : and they have
no rest day nor night, who- worship the beast
and his image, and whosoever receiveth the
mark of his name.

12 " Here is the patience of the saints :
' here are they that keep the commandments
of God, and the faith of Jesus.

13 A.nd I heard a voice from heaven, say-
ing unto me. Write, e Blessed are the dead
''which die in the Lord*| from henceforth :
Yea, saith the Spirit, ' that they may rest
from tiieir labours ; and their works do fol-
low them.

14 And I looked, and behold, a white
cloud, and upon the cloud one sat ''hke
unto the Son of man, ' having on his head
a golden crown, and in his hand a sharp
siclde.

15 And another angel ™ came out of the'
temple, crying with a loud voice to him
that sat on the cloud, " Thrust in thy sickle,
and reap : for the time is come for thee
to reap ; for the harvest " of the earth is
II ripe.

16 And he that sat on the cloud thrust in
his sickle on the earth ; and the earth was
reaped.

17 And another angel came out of the
temple which is in heaven, he als.o having a
sharp sickle.

18 And another angel came out from the
altar, p which had power over fire ; and
cried with a loud cry to him that had the
sharp sickle, saying, i Thrust in thy sharp
sickle, and gather the clusters of the vine of
the earth; for her grapes are fully ripe.

19 And the angel thrust in his sickle into
the earth, and gathered the vine of the earth,
and cast it into ' the great wine-press of the
wrath of God.

20 And ^ the wine-press was trodden
'without the city, and blood came out of
the wine-press, "even unto the horse-bridles,
by the space of a thousand and six hundred
furlongs.

CHAP. XV.

1 The seven angels with the seven last plagues. 3 The
song of them that overcome the beast. 7 The seven
vials- full of the wrath of God.

AND ^I saw another sign in heaven,
great and marvellous, ''seven angels
having the seven last plagues ; " for in them
is filled up the wrath of God.

2 And I saw as it were ^ a sea of glass
^ mingled with fire : and them that had got-
ten the victory over the beast, ''and over his
image, and over his mark, and over the num-
ber of his name, stand on the sea of glass,
shaving the harps of God.



CHAP. XVI.



Anno


Anno


DOMINI


DOMINI


06.


*6.


A Isai. :M.


h Exod. 15.


10.


1.


ch. 19.3.


Dout. 31. 30.




ch. 14.3.




iUeut. 32.4.




Pa. 111. 3.




& 139. 14.




k Pa. 145. 17.


e ch. 13. 10.


llus. 14. 9.




ch. 16. 7.


fch. 12. 17.


II Or,




nations, or,




"^fxid. LI.




4, 1.5, 16.
Jer. l6. 7.






m Isixi, 66.


g Ecclo:.4.
1,2.
ch. 20. 8.






h 1 Cor. 15.




18.




lThess.4.


n ch. 11. 19.


16.


See Numb.


11 Or,
from hmce-


1. 50.




fortk sailh




the Spirit,


ver. 1.


Yra.




i 3 Thess. 1.


p Exod. 28.
0, 8.


7.


Hebr. 4. 9.


Ezek.44. 17,


10.


18.


ch. 6. 11.


ch. 1. 13.


k Ezck. 1.




26.




Dnn. 7. 13.
ch. 1.13.


q ch. 4. 6.


Ich. 6.2.




m ch. 16. 17.


r 1 Thoss. 1.




9.




ch. 4. 9. &




10. 6.


n .Toel 3. 13.
Malt. 13. 39.


9 Exod. 40.
'14




1 kinga 8.




TO.


Jor.51.33.


2 Chron. 5.


ch. 13. 12.


!■*■• » .


iricS.


Isai. 6. 4.
1 2 Thess. 1.
9.


p ch. 10. 8.






a ch. 15. 1.




b ch. 14. 10.


q Joel 3. 13.


& 15. 7.




c ch. 8. 7.




d Exod. 9.




9, 10, 11.




ch. 13. 16,


r ch. 19. 15.


17.




fch. 13. 14.


B Isai. 63. 3.




Lam. 1. 15.




t ch. 11. 8.




Hebr. 13. 13.


g ch. 8. 8.
h Exod. 7.
17, 20.


u ch. 19. 14.




i ch. 8. 9.




k ch. 8. 10.




1 Exod. 7.




20.




m ch. 15. 3.




nch. 1.4, 8.


a ch. 12. 1,3.


& 4. 8. fell.


b ch. 16. 1.




& 21. 9.




c ch. 14. 10.


Matt. 23.




34, 35.




ch. 13. 15.


dch.4.6. &
21. 18.


q Isai. 49.


e Malt. 3.


11.




f ch. 13. 15,




16, 17.






r ch. 15. 3.




s ch. 1.3. 10.




& 14. 10. 4:




19.2.


g ch. 5. 8. &




14 2





The seven vials of God's wrath.

3 And they sing '■the song of Moses the
servant of God, and the song of the Lamb,
saying, 'Great and marvellous are thy works,
Lord God Almighty ; ■'just and true are thy
ways, thou King of || saints.

4 ' Who shall not fear thee, O Lord, and
glorify thy name ? for tliou only art holy :
for ""all nations shall come and worship
before thee ; for thy judgments are made
manifest.

5 And after that I locked, and behold,
" the temple of the tabernacle of the testi-
mony in heaven was opened :

6 "And the seven angels came out of the
temple, having the seven plagues, p clothed "
in pure and white hnen, and having their
breasts girded with golden girdles.

7 ^And one of the four beasts gave unto
the seven angels seven golden vials full of
the wrath of God, ' wholiveth for ever and
ever.

8 And ^ the temple was filled with smoke
' from the glory of God, and from his power ;
and no man was able to enter into the tem-
ple, till the seven plagues of the seven an-
gels were fulfilled.

CHAP. XVI.

2 The angels pour out their vials full of wrath: 6 The
plagues that follow thereupon. 15 Christ cometh as
a thief. Blessed are they that watch.

AND I heard a great voice out of the
temple, saying "to the seven angels,
Go your ways, and pour out the vials ""of the
wrath of God upon the earth.

2 And the first went, and poured out
his vial " upon the earth ; and ^ there fell
a noisome and grievous sore upon the
men ^ which had the mark of the beast,
and upon them ^ which worshipped his
image.

3 -And the second angel poured out his
vial ^ upon the sea; and ''it became as the
blood of a dead man ; ' and every living soul
died in the sea.

4 And the third angel poured out his vial
■= upon the rivers and fountains of waters :
' and they became blood.

5 And I heard the angel of the waters
say, ■" Thou art righteous, O Lord, " which
art, and wast, and shalt be, because thou
hast judged thus.

6 For nhey have shed the blood p of
saints and prophets, ^ and thou hast given
them blood to drink; for they are wor-
thy.

7 And I heard another out of the altar
say. Even so, "-Lord God Almighty, nrue
and righteous are thy judgments.

8 And the fourth angel poured out his

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Blessed are they that watch.

vial 'upon the sun ; ".and power was given
unto him to scorch men with fire.

9 And men were || scorched with great
heat, and ^'blasphemed the name of God,
which hath power over these plagues: ^and
they repented not ' to give him glory.

10 And the fifth angel poured out his
vial °- upon the seat of the beast ; '' and his
kingdom was full of darkness ; " and they
gnawed their tongues for pain,

11 And •'blasphiemed the God of heaven,
because of their pains and « their sores, ''and
repented not of their deeds.

12 And the sixth angel poured out his
vial eupon the great river Euphrates; ^and
the water thereof was dried up, ' that the
way of the kings of the east might be pre-
pared.

13 And I saw three unclean ''spirits like
frogs come out of the mouth of ' the dragon,
and out of the mouth of the beast, and out
of the mouth of ™ the false prophet.

14 "For they are the spirits of devils,
"working miracles, which go forth untq the
kings of the earth, p and of the whole world,
to gather them to i the battle of that great
day of God Almighty. •

15 ' Behold, I come as a thief. Blessed
is he that watcheth, and keepeth his gar-
ments, " lest he walk naked, and they see his
shame.

16 'And he gathered them together into
a place called in the Hebrew tongue Arma-
geddon.

17 And the seventh angel poured out his
vial into the air ; and there came a great
voice out of the temple of heaven, from the
throne, saying, " It is done.

18 And ^ there were voices, and thunders,
and lightnings ; y and there was a great
earthquake, ^ such as was not since men were
upon the earth, so mighty an earthquake,
and so great.

19 And ''the great city was divided into
three parts, and the cities of the nations
fell : and great Babylon ^ came in remem-
brance before God, " to give unto her the
cup of the wine of the fierceness of his
wrath.

20 And "^ every island fled away, and the
mountains were not found.

21 *And there fell upon men a great hail
out of heaven, every stone about the weight
of a talent : and ^men blasphemed God be-
cause of sthe plague of the hail; for the
plague thereof was exceeding great.

CHAP. xvn.

3,4: A woman arrayed in purple and scarlet, loith a golden
cup in her hand, sitteth upon the beast, 5 which is
great Babylon, the mother of all abominations. 9 The



REVELATION.



Anno


Anno


DOMINI


DOMINI


96.


96.


t ch. 8. 12.




u ch. 9. 17,




18. & 14. 18.




burned.


a ch. 21. 9.




xver. 11,21.




yDiin.5.22,




cii'. 9. 20.




2 ch. 11. 13.




& 14. 7.


b ch. Ifi. 19.




& 18. IG, 17,


I ch. 13, 3.


19.


b ch. 9. 2.


c Nah. 3. 4.


c ch. 11. 10.


eh. I'J. 2.
d Jer. 51. 13.




ver. 15.




e ch. 18. 3.


d ver. 9, 21.


f Jer. .'51.7.




ch. 14. 8. &;


e vor. 2.


18. 3.


f ver. !).






B ch. 12. 6,


B ch. 9. 14.

h Sen




.ler. 50. 38.




& 51. 3«.


h ch. 12. 3.


i Isai. 41. 2,


i ch. 13. 1.


25.


k ver. 9.




1 ver. 12.


k 1 John 4.
1. 2, 3.


m ch. 18. 12,
16.


1 ch. 12. 3, 9.


n Dan. 11.




38.




tGr.




eildcd.


m ch. 19. 20.


o Jer. 51. 7.


& 20. 10.


ch. 18. 6.


n 1 Tim. 4.


pch 14.8.


1.




James 3. 15.




o2Thess. 2.'




9.




ch. 13. 13,




14. & 19. ^0.




p Luke 2. 1.
q ch. 17. 14.
&19.19. &
20. 8.


g 2ThesB.2.
r'ch. 11. 8.


& 14. 8. &


r Matt. 24.


10. 19. & 18.


43.


2, 10, 21.


lThess.5.2.


s ch. 18. 9.


2 Pet. 3. 10.


& 19. 2.


ch. 3. 3.


WOt, forni-


B 2 Cor. .5. 3.


cations.


ch. 3. 4, 18.


t ch. 18. 24.




u ch. 13. 15.




& 16. 6.


t ch. 19. 19.


X ch. 6. 9,




10. 4; 12. ll.


u ch. 21. 6.




X ch. 4. 5.




& 8. 5. &




11. 19.
ych. 11. 13.


r ch. 11. 7.
& 13. 1.


z Dan. 12. 1.


I ch. 13. 10.




ver. 11.




a ch. 13. 3.




b ch. 13. 8.


a ch. 14. 8.




& 17. 18.




b ch. 18. 5.




c Isai. 51.




U, 23.
Jer. 25. 15.


c ch. 13. 18.




16.


d ch. 13. 1.


ch. 14. 10.




d ch. 6. 14.




e ch. 11. 19.




f ver. 9. 11.




B See Exod.
5. 23, 24, 25.








e ver. 8.




f Dan. 7. 20.




Zech. 1. 18,




19, 21.




ch. 13.1.



JohrHs vision of the great whore.

interpretation of the seven heads, 12 and the ten horns.
8 The punishment of the whore. 14 The victory oj
the Lamb.

AND there came "one of the seven
angels which had the seven vials, and
talked with me, saying unto me. Come
hither; ''I will shew unto thee the judg-
ment of « the great whore ''that sitteth upon
many waters ;

2 «With whom the kings of the earth
have committed fornication, and '"the in-
habitants of the earth have been made
drunk with the wine of her fornication.

3 So he carried me away in the spirit ein-
to the wilderness : and I saw a woman sit
''upon a scarlet-coloured beast, full of names
of blasphemy, ''having seven heads and 'ten
horns.

4 And the woman ""was arrayed in pur-
ple and scarlet-colour, ° and t decked with
gold and precious stones and pearls, " hav-
ing a golden cup in her hand p full of
abominations and filthiness of her fornica-
tion :

5 And upon her forehead was a name
written, q MYSTERY, BABYLON ^ THE
GREAT, »THE MOTHER OF I! HAR-
LOTS AND ABOxMINATIONS OF THE
EARTH.

6 And I saw *the woman drunken "with
the blood of the saints, and with the blood
of ^ the martyrs of Jesus : and when I saw
her, I wondered with great admiration.

7 And the angel said unto me. Where-
fore didst thou marvel ? I will tell thee the
mystery of the woman, and of the beast
that carrieth her, which hath the seven heads,
and ten horns.

8 The beast that thou sawest, was, and is
not ; and y shall ascend out of the bottomless
pit, and ^ go into perdition : and they that
dwell on the earth * shall wonder, (•> whose
names were not written in the book of life
from the foundation of the world,) when
they behold the beast that was, and is not,
and yet is.

9 -And "here is the mind which hath wis-
dom. ^ The seven heads are seven moun-
tains, on which the woman sitteth.

10 And there are seven kings : five are
fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet
come ; and when he cometh, he must con-
tinue a short space.

11 And the beast that was, and is not,
even he is the eighth, and is of the seven,
" and goeth into perdition.

12 And ''the ten horns which thou sawest
are ten kings, which have received no king-
dom as yet ; but receive power as kings one
hour with the beast.

1038



The fall of Babylon.

13 These have one mind, and shall give
their power and strength unto the beast.

14 e These shall make war with the Lamb,
and the Lamb shall overcome them : *■ for
he is Lord of lords, and King of kings; 'and
they that are with him are called, and chosen,
and faithful.

15 And he saith unto me, ''The waters
which thou sawest, where the whore sitteth,
'are peoples, and multitudes, and nations,
and tongues.

16 And the ten horns which thou sawest
upon the beast, "these shall hate the whore,
and shall make her desolate "and naked,
and shall eat her flesh, and "burn her with
fire.

17 pFor God hath put in their hearts to
fulfil his will, and to agree, and give their
kingdom unto the beast, "i until the words of
God shall be fulfilled.

18 And the woman which thou sawest ""is
that great city, = which reigneth over the kings
of the earth.

CHAP. XVIIL

2 Babylon is fallen. 4 The people of God commanded to
depart out of her ^ 9 The kings of the earth, 11 with
the merchants and mariners, lament over her. 20 The
saints rejoice for the judgments of God upon her,

AND "after these things 1 saw another
angel come down from heaven, having
great power; ''and the earth was lightened
with his glory.

2 And 'he cried mightily with a strong
voice, saying, ■= Babylon the great is fallen,
:s fallen, and ^is become the habitation of
devils, and the hold of every foul spirit,
and ®a cage of every unclean and hateful
bird.

3 For all nations ''have drunk of the wine
of the wrath of her fornication, and the
kings of the earth have committed fornication
with her, sand the merchants of the earth
are waxed rich through the || abundance of
her delicacies.

4 And I heard another voice from heaven,
saying, •'Come out of her, my people, that
ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye
receive not of her plagues.

5 'For her sins have reached unto hea-
ven, and ''God hath remembered her iniqui-
ties.

6 ' Reward her even as she rewarded you,
and double unto her double according to her
works : "in the cup which she hath filled,
" fill to her double.

7 " How much she hath glorified herself,
and lived deliciously, so much torment and
sorrow give her : for she saith in her heart,
I sit a P queen, and am no widow, and shall
see no sorrow.



CHAP. XVIII.



Anno


Anno


DOMINI


DOMINI


96.


06.




q Isai. 47. 9.


e cli. 16. 14.
Sc lU. 19.


ver. 10.
r oh. 17. 16.


h Dout. 10.


9 Jer. SO. 34.


17.


ch. 11. 17.


1 Tim. 8. 15.




ch. 19. 16.




i Jor. 50. 44,




45.


t Ezek. 26.


ch. 14. 4.


16. 17.
ch. 17. 2.




ver. 3.


k Isai. 8. 7.


u Jer. 50. 46.


vor. 1.






X vor. 18.




ch. 19. 3.


1 cli. 13. 7.






y Isai. 21. 9.




ch. 14.8.


m Jer. 50.


I vet. 17, 19.


41, 42.




ch. 16. 12.




n Ezok. 16.




37,-44.




ch. 18. 16.


a Ezek. 27.


ch. 18. 8.


27,-36.




ver. 3.


n 2 ThosB.2.






bch.17,4.


qch. 10.7.




r ch. 16. 19.


II Or,


s ch. 12. 4.


Bvicet,




bodies.




a ch. 17. 1


e Ezek. 27.




13.


b Ezek. 43.




2.




c Igai. 13.




19.




&2i.g.

Jet. 51. 8.


d ver. 3, 11.


ch.14.8. ■




dlsai. 13.




21. & 21.8.




&34.14.




Jer. 50. 39.




4:51.37,




e Isai. 14.23.




k 34. 11.




Mark 5. 2,3.




f ch.14.8.




& 17. 2.


e ch. 17. 4.


gver.11,15.
Inai. 47. 15.






11 Or,


f ver. 10.


power.






JM.23.




Ezek. 27.




29.


h [sai. 48.




20. & 52. 1).




Jpr. 50. 8. &




51.6,4.5.




8 Cor. 6. 17.


h Ezek. 27.




30, 31.


i Gen. 18.
20, 21.


ver. 9.
i ch. 13. 4.


Jer. 51. 9.




Jonah 1^.
k ch. IK 19.




k Josh. 7. 6.




1 Sarti. 4. 12.


I Ps. 137. 8.
Jer. 50. 15,


Job 2. 12.
Ezek. 27. 30.


29. & 51. ii.




49.




2 Tim. 4. 14,




ch. 13. 10.




m ch. 14. 10.




n ch. 16. 19.


1 ver. 8.


Ezek. 28.




2, &c.






m Isai. 44.




23. & 49. 13.




Jer. 51. 48.




n Luke 11.




49, 50.


n Isai. 47.
5iepb.2.15.


ch. 19. 2.





The kings, Sfc. lament over her.

8 Therefore shall her plagues come lin
one day, death, and mourning, and famine;
and "^ she shall be utterly burned with fire:
'for strong is the Lord God who judgeth
her. i

9 And 'the kings of the earth, who have
committed fornication and lived deliciously
with her, "shall bewail her, and lament for
her, ^when they shall see the smoke of her
burning,

10 Standing afar oflf for the fear of her
torment, saying, yAlas, alas! that great city
Babylon, that mighty city! ^ for in one hour
is thy judgment come.

11 And "the merchants of the earth shall
weep and mourn over her ; for no man buy-
eth their merchandise any more :

12 ''The merchandise of gold, and silver,
and precious stones, and of pearls, and fine
hnen, and purple, and silk, and scarlet, and
all ||tliyine wood, and all manner vessels
of ivory, and all manner vessels of most
precious wood, and of brass, and iron, and
marble,

13 And cinnamon, and odours, and oint-
ments, and frankincense, and wine, and oil,
and fine flour, and wheat, and beasts, and
sheep, and horses, and chariots, and || slaves,
and •= souls of men.

14 And the fruits that thy soul lusted
after are departed from thee, and all things
which were dainty and goodly are departed
from thee, and thou shalt find them no more
at all.

15 ''The merchants of these things which
were made rich by her, shall stand afar oflT,
for the fear of her torment, weeping and
wailing,

16 And saying, Alas, alas ! that* great city,
"that was clothed in fine linen, and purple,
and scarlet, and decked with gold, and pre-
cious stones, and pearls !

17 '"For in one hour so great riches is
come to nought. And ff every ship-master,
and all the company in ships, and sailors,
and as many as trade by sea, stood afar

off,

18 ""And cried when they saw the smoke
of her burning, saying, 'What city is like
unto this great city !

19 And ''they cast dust on their heads,
and cried, weeping and wailing, saying, Alas,
alas ! that great city, wherein were made rich
all that had ships in the sea by reason of her
costliness! 'for in one hour is she made de-
solate. . .

20 -"Rejoice over her, thou heaven, and
ye holy apostles and prophets; for "God
hath avenged you on her.

21 And a mighty angel took up a stone

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and



rejoice,



and



give



7 Let us be glad
hoilour to him: for ""the marriage of the
Lamb is come, and his wife hath made her-
self ready.

8 And "to her was granted that she should
be arrayed in fine. linen, clean and || white :
"for the fine linen is the righteousness of
saints.

9 And he saith unto me, Write, p Blessed
are they which are called unto the marriage-



Anno
DOMINI

98.



o Jer. 51. C4.



p ch. 12. 3.
& 16. 20.
g Isai. 24. 8.
Jer. 7. 34.
& 15. 9.
& 25. 10.
Ezek 26. 13.



r Jet. 2,5. 10.

B .Tor. 7. 34.
& 10. 9. &
25. 10. &
33. 11.

t laai. 23. 8.



u 2 Kings 9.
22.

Null. 3. 4.
ch. 17. 2, 5.

X cli. 17. 6.
y Jor.51.49.



b rli.4. 11.

& 7. 10. 12.
&; 12. 10.

c ch. 15. 3.
& 16. 7.



d Dcut. 32.

43.

ch. fi. 10..&:

18. 20.

e Isai. 34.

10.

oh. 14. 11.

& 18. 9, 18.

f ch. 4. 4, 6,
10. & 5. it.



e 1 Chron.
To. 30.
Neh. 5. 13.
&;8. 6.
ch. 5. 14.



h Ps. 134. 1.
&■ 135. 1.
i ch. 11. 18.
& 20. 12.



k Ezek. 1.
24. & 43. 2.
ch. 14. 2.



I ch. 11. 1.5,
J7. & 12. 10.
& 21. 22.



m Matt. 22.
2. & 25. 10.
2 Cor. 11.2.
Epiios. 5. 32.
ch. 21. 2, 9.



n Ps. 45. 13,

14.

Ezek. 10.10.

ch. 3. 18.

II Or,

bmsht.

o Ps. 132 9.

g Matt. 22.

L'uko 14. 15,
16




u ch. 15. 5.

X ch. C. 2.
y'ch. 3. 14.
z Isai. 11. 4.



a ch. 1. 14.

& 2. 18.
b ch.B. 2.
c cli. 2. 17.
vcr. 16.



il Isai. 63.
2, 3.



e .Tobn 1. 1,

1 John 5. 7.
f ch. 14. 20.

g Matt. 20.

ch. 4. 4.
&7. 9.

h Isai. 11. 4.

2 Thos«. 2. 8.
ch. 1. 16.
vcr. 21.

i Ps. 2. 9.
ch. 2. 27.
& 12. 5.
k I..iai. 63. 3.
ch. 14. 19,
20.



1 ver. 12.

m Dan. 2.

47.

1 Tim. 6. 15.

ch. 17. 14.



o Ezek. 39.
17.



P Ezek. 39.
18, 20.



a ch. 16. 16.
5c 17. 13, 14.



r ch. 16. 13,
14.



s ch. 13. 12,

15.

t ch. 20.10.

See Dan. 7.

11.

u ch. 14. 10.

& 21.8.

X ver. 15.



y ver. 17,

18.

z ch. 17. 10.



God is praised for judging the great whore. REVELATION.

like a great mill-stone, and cast it into the
sea, saying, ° Thus with violence shall that
great city Babylon be thrown down, and
P shall be found no more at all.



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