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A And af­ter that, I heard the voice of much peo­ple in heaven say­ing: Al­leluia. Sal­va­tion and glory and hon­our, and power be as­cribed to the Lord our God, for true and righ­teous are his judge­ments, for he hath judged the great whore, which did cor­rupt the earth with her for­ni­ca­tion, and hath avenged the blood of his ser­vants of her hand. And again they said: Al­leluia. And smoke rose up for ever­more. And the twenty-four el­ders, and the four beasts fell down, and wor­shipped God that sat on the seat say­ing: Amen Al­leluia. And a voice came out of the seat, say­ing: praise our Lord God all ye that are his ser­vants, and ye that fear him both small and great.

B And I heard the voice of much peo­ple, even as the voice of many wa­ters, and as the voice of strong thun­der­ings, say­ing: Al­leluia, for God om­nipo­tent reigneth. Let us be glad and re­joice and give hon­our to him: for the mar­riage of the lamb is come, and his wife made her­self ready. And to her was granted, that she should be ar­rayed with pure and goodly raynes. For the raynes is the right­eous­ness of saints. And he said unto me: happy are they which are called unto the Lamb’s sup­per. And he said unto me: these are the true say­ings of God. And I fell at his feet, to wor­ship him. And he said unto me: see thou do it not. For I am thy fel­low ser­vant, and one of thy brethren, and of them that have the tes­ti­mony of Je­sus. Wor­ship God. For the tes­ti­mony of Je­sus is the spirit of prophecy. And I saw heaven open, and be­hold a white horse: and he that sat upon him was faith­ful and true, and in right­eous­ness did judge and make bat­tle. His eyes were as a flame of fire: and on his head were many crowns: and he had a name writ­ten, that no man knew but him­self. And he was clothed with a ves­ture dipped in blood, and his name is called the word of God. And the war­riors which were in heaven, fol­lowed him upon white horses, clothed with white and pure raynes: and out of his mouth went out a sharp sword, that with it he should smite the hea­then. And he shall rule them with a rod of iron, and he trod the wine-vat of fierce­ness and wrath of almighty God. And hath on his ves­ture and on his thigh a name writ­ten: king of kings, and lord of lords.

D And I saw an an­gel stand in the sun, and he cried with a loud voice, say­ing to all the fowls that fly by the midst of heaven, come and gather your­selves to­gether unto the sup­per of the great God, that ye may eat the flesh of kings, and of high cap­tains, and the flesh of mighty men, and the flesh of horses, and of them that sit on them, and the flesh of all free men and bond men, and of small and great. And I saw the beast and the kings of the earth, and their war­riors gath­ered to­gether to make bat­tle against him that sat on the horse and against his sol­diers.

And the beast was taken, and with him that false prophet that wrought miracles be­fore him, with which he de­ceived them that re­ceived the beast’s mark, and them that wor­shipped his im­age. These both were cast into a pond of fire burn­ing with brim­stone: and the rem­nant were slain with the sword of him that sat upon the horse, which sword pro­ceeded out of his mouth, and all the fowls were full filled with their flesh.

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Glos­sary: hea­then: Old English haethen, of Ger­manic ori­gin; gen­er­ally re­garded as a specif­i­cally Chris­tian use of a Ger­manic ad­jec­tive mean­ing ‘in­hab­it­ing open coun­try’, from the base ‘of heath’ raynes: an ob­scure and rare word: the Greek means ‘made of fine linen’

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