THE NEW TESTAMENT2

The Washington Times Daily - - FROM PAGE ONE - Matt. 24. Luke 12. e. 1 Cor. 5. a.

THE REV­E­LA­TION OF ST JOHN THE DIVINE - CHAP­TER SIXTEEN3

A And I heard a great voice out of the tem­ple say­ing to the seven an­gels: go your ways, pour out your vials of wrath upon the earth. And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth, and there fell a noi­some and a sore botch upon the man which had the mark of B the beast, and upon them which wor­shipped his im­age. And the sec­ond an­gel shed out his vial upon the sea, and it turned as it were into the blood of a dead man: and ev­ery liv­ing thing died in the sea. And the third an­gel shed out his vial upon the rivers and foun­tains of wa­ters, and they turned to blood. And I heard an an­gel say: Lord which art and wast, thou art right­eous and holy, be­cause thou hast given such judge­ments, for they shed out the blood of saints, and prophets, and there­fore hast thou given them blood to drink: for they are wor­thy. And I heard an­other out of the al­tar say: even so Lord God almighty, true and right­eous are thy judge­ments.

C And the fourth an­gel poured out his vial on the sun, and power was given unto him to vex men with heat of fire. And the men raged in great heat, and spake evil of the name of God which had power over those plagues, ,and they re­pented not, to give him glory. And the fifth an­gel poured out his vial upon the seat of the beast, and his king­dom waxed dark, and they gnawed their tongues for sor­row, and blas­phemed the God of heaven for sor­row, and pain of their sores, and re­pented not of their deeds.

D And the sixth an­gel poured out his vial upon the great river Euphrates, and the wa­ter dried up, that the ways of the kings of the east should be pre­pared. 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. For they are the spir­its of devils work­ing mir­a­cles, to go out unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world to gather them to the bat­tle of that great day of God almighty. Be­hold I come as a thief. Happy is he that watch­eth and keep­eth his gar­ments, lest he be found naked, and men see his filth­i­ness. And he gath­ered them to­gether into a place called in the He­brew tongue Ar­maged­don.

E And the seventh an­gel poured out his vial into the air. And there came a voice out of heaven from the seat, say­ing: it is done. And there fol­lowed voices, thun­der­ings, and light­nings, and there was a great earth­quake, such as was not since men were upon the earth, so mighty an earth­quake and so great. And the great city was di­vided into the three parts, And the ci­ties of na­tions fell. And great Baby­lon came in re­mem­brance be­fore God, to give unto her the cup of wine of the fierce­ness of his wrath. Ev­ery isle fled away, and the moun­tains were not found. And there fell a great hail, as it had been ta­lents, out of heaven upon the men, and the men blas­phemed God, be­cause of the plague of the hail, for it was great and the plague of it sore.

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Glos­sary: gar­ment: Old French gar­ne­ment ‘equip­ment’ sore: Old English sar ‘caus­ing in­tense pain, griev­ous’ noi­some: from ob­so­lete noy

(an­noy) + -some filth: Old English fylth ‘rot­ting mat­ter, rot­ten­ness’, also ‘cor­rup­tion, ob­scen­ity’ Ar­maged­don: har megid­don ‘hill of Megiddo’

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