THE NEW TESTAMENT2

THE REV­E­LA­TION OF ST JOHN THE DIVINE - CHAP­TER FIFTEEN3

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A And I saw an­other sign in heaven great and mar­vel­lous, seven an­gels hav­ing the seven last plagues, for in them is ful­filled the wrath of God. And I saw as it were a glassy sea, min­gled with fire, and them that had got­ten vic­tory of the beast, and of his im­age, and of his mark, and of the num­ber of his name stand on the glassy sea, hav­ing the harps of God, and they sang the song of Moses the B 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, king of saints. Who shall not fear o Lord, and glo­rify thy name? For thou only art holy, and all gen­tiles shall come and wor­ship be­fore thee, for thy judge­ments are made man­i­fest.

C And after that, I looked, and be­hold the tem­ple of the taber­na­cle of tes­ti­mony was open in heaven, and the seven an­gels came out of the tem­ple, which had the seven plagues, clothed in pure and bright linen, and hav­ing their breasts girded with golden gir­dles. And one of the four beasts gave unto the seven an­gels seven golden vials, full of the wrath of God which liveth for ever more. And the tem­ple was full of the smoke of the glory of God, and of his power, and no man was able to en­ter into the tem­ple, till the seven plagues of the seven an­gels were ful­filled.

“. . . and they sang 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, king of saints. Who shall not fear o Lord, and glo­rify thy name? For thou only art holy, and all gen­tiles shall come and wor­ship be­fore thee, for thy judge­ments are made man­i­fest.” (Rev­e­la­tion 15:3-4)

Wil­liam Tyn­dale1

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