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took up a stone like a great milftone, and cast it into the sea, saying, Thus with violence hall that great city Babylon be thrown down, and shall be found no more at all. 22. And the voice of harpers, and musicians, and of pipers, and trumpeters, shall be heard no more at all in thee; and 110 craftsman, of whatsoever craft he be, shall be found any more in thee; and the found of a milftone shall be heard no more at all in thee; 23. And the slight of a candle shall shine no more at all in thee; and the 4 voice of the bridegroom and of the bride shall be heard no more at all in thee: for thy • merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy sorceries were all nations deceived : 24. And in her was found the blood of prophets, and of faints, and of all that were slain upon the earth.

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Nations with his People ; for, he Thus faith the Lord of Hosts the will avenge the Blood of his Servants, God of Israel, Behold, I will cause and will render Vengeance to his Ad. to cease out of this place in your versaries, and will be merciful un- Eyes, and in your Days, the wise to his Land, and to his people. S of Mirth, and the voice of Glodzes

, : Luk. 11. 49, 50. Therefore also the voice of the Bridegroom, and the said the Wisdom of God, I will voice of the Bride. t Jer. 25. 10. send them Prophets, and Apostles, Moreover, I will take from them the and some of them they shall flay voice of Mirth, and the voice of and persecute : that the Blood of 10 Gladness, the voice of the Bridte all the Prophets, which was fhed groom, and the voice of the Bride, from the Foundation of the World, the found of the Milftones

, and may be required of this Generation. the Light of the Candle. Jer. 33. + Rev. 19. 2. [The Lord our God] 10, 11. Thus faith the Lord, A. hath avenged the Blood of his Ser-15 gain fhall there be heard in this vants at her Hands.

Place, - The voice of 30, and + Jer. Sr. 63, 64. It shall the voice of Gladness, the voice of be when thou hast made an end of the Bridegroom, and the voice of the reading this Book, that thou shalt Bride + Ezek. 26. 13. I will : bind a Stone to it, and cast it into 20 cause the Noise of thy songs to cial, the midst of Euphrates. And thou and the sound of thy Harps thall be fhalt say, Thus hall Babylon fink, and

no more heard. shall not rise from the Evil I will

23. 5 :: Jer. 25. 10. The Words bring upon her.

under. ver. 22. | Ifa. 24. 8. The Mirth of 25 "! : Jer, , 16.9. Jer. 25. 19 Tabrets ceaseth, the Noise of them :: Jer. 33. 11. The Words under that rejoice endeth, the Joy of the

! Harp ceaseth. + Jer. 7.. 34.

at Isa. 23. 8. Who hath eken Then will I cause to cease from this counsel against Tyre, ebe the Cities of Judah, and from the zo crowning City, whose Merchant Streers of Jerusalem, the Voice of are Princes, whose Traffickers Mirch, and the Voice of Gladness, the the Honourable of the Earth? Voice of the Bridegroom, and the 0 :: 2 King. 9. 22.

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o on, and glory, and honour, and power unto the Lord ir God: 2. For e true and righteous are his judgments; r he hath judged the great whore, which did corrupt le earth with her fornication, and hath d avenged the ood of his fervant's at her hand. 3. And again they id, Alleluia. And here smoke rose up for ever and er. 4. And the f four and twenty elders, and the four afts fell down, and worshipped "God that fat on the rone, saying, Amen; Alleluia. 5. And a voice me out of the throne, saying, “ Praise our God, all

his servants, and ye that fear him, both i small and eat. 6. And I heard as it were the k voice of a great, ultitude, and as the voice of many waters, and as the ice of mighty thundrings, saying, Alleluia : for the Lord God omnipotent reigneth. 7. Let us be glad and oyce,' and give honour to him for the m

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the four Beasts faid Amen. ? + Rev. 12. 10.

See on Rev. 5. ” Pfal. 134. 1. Bless ye the

s Lord, all ye Servants of the Lord. boot Rev. 16. 7. See on Rev. Pfal. 135. 1. Praise ye the Lord, 3.

prwise ye che Name of the Lord, See on Rev. praise him, O ye Servants of the

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+ Rev. 18.10 is; Rev20. 12. See on Rev. 18. See on Rev. 14. I. ho See on Rev. 4. 4.

6.k :: Ezek. 1. 24. : Ezek. 43: Chron. 16. 36. Blefjed be 2. •: Rev. 14. 2. See on Rev. Lord God of Ifrael for ever and 1. IS. T: and all the People faid A-15

Rev. 16. 14.-To gather them 1, and praised the Lord. : Neh. to che Battle of that great Day of 3. I hook my Lap, and said, God Almighty. Rev. 21. 22. ---The God Thake out every Man from Lord God Almighty, and the Lamb, House, and from his Labour, are the Temple of it. + Rev. ii.

performeth not this Promise : 2015. † Rev. 12. 10. See on Rev. And all the Congregation said,

7. 10. ren, and praised the Lord. 7. Ifa. 61. Jo. I will greatly Neh. 8. 6. And Ezra blessed the rejoice in the Lord, my Soul shall d the great God: And all the be joyful in my God, for he hath »ple answered, Amen, with lift- 25 clothed me with the Garments of

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of the Lamb is come, and his wife hath made her felf ready : 8. And to her was granted, that she should be

arayed in fine linen, clean and * white [Or, bright]: for the fine linen is the righteousnefs of faints. And he faith urito me, Write, P. Blessed are they which are called unto the marriage-fupper of the Lamb. And he faith unto me,' 9. These are the true sayings of God 10. And * I fell at his feet to woríhip him: And he said unto me, See thou do it not: Eam thy fellow-fervant, and of thy brethren that have the s teftimony of Jesus: worship God: for the teftimony of Jesus is the fpirit of prophecy. II. And I faw heaven opened, and behold, au white u white horfe; and he that fat upon

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. à Bridegroom decketh himself with work : the Virgins her Companie Ornaments, and as a Bride adorn- ons that follow her, fhall be eth, her self with her Jewels. brought unto thee. , t Ezek. 16. * Mat. 22. 2. The Kingdom of Io. I clothed thee with broidered Heaven is like unto a certain

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Work, and thod thee with Badgers King which made a Marriage for Skin, and I girded thee about with his Son. † Mat. 25. 10. While fine Linen, and I covered thee with they went to buy, the Bridegroom Silk: Rev. 3. 18. I counsel

' thee came, and they that were ready io to buy of me Gold tried in the went in with him to the Marriage, Fire, that thou mayst be rich; and the Door was fhut. : Luk. 14. and white Ráiment, that thou mayit rs, 16. When one of them that fát be clothed, and that the Shame of at Meat with him, heard these thy Nakedness do not appear.– things, he said unto him, Blessed 15 See on Rev. 3. 4. is he that shall eat Bread in the 0. Pfal. 132. 9. Let thy Priefs Kingdom of God. Then said he be clothed with Righteousness: and unto him, A certain "Man made a let'thy Saints shout for joy. great Supper, and bade many. 9. P t Mat. 22. 2.

#Luk. 14 Cor. 11.2. -I have espoused you 2015. The Words under ver. 7. to one Husband, thac I may present 9 † Rev. 21. 5. -Thefe Word! you as a chaste Virgin to Christ. are true and faithful. Rev. Eph. 5. 32. This is a grear Myfte- 6. These Sayings are faithful and ry; but I speak concerning Christ

true. and the Church. Rev 21. 2,9. I 25

A&s 14. 14. Rev.:: John saw the holy City, new 3,9. See on A&ts 10.26. Jerusalem, coming down from God f 1 Joh. 5. 10. † Rev. 12. If out of Heaven, prepared as a Bride See on i Cor.1: 6. adorned for her Husband.- Come u † Rev. 6. 2. I faw, and hither, I will lew thee the Bride, zo behold, a white Horse ; and he that the Lamb's wife.

him had a Bow, and ! 8. n + Plal. 45. 13, 14. The Crown was given unto him, Kings Daughter is all glorious he went forth conquering and a within ; her Clothing is of wrcught conquer, Gold. She shall be biought unto 35"

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eyes were as a ime of fire,' and on his c head were many crowns; and : had a d name written that no man knew but he himIf :' 13. And he was clothed with a vesture e

dipt in ood: and his name is called the f. Word of God. 14. nd the & armies, which were in heaven followed him

on white horses, h clothed in fine linen, white and ean. 15. And out of his mouth goeth a sharp sword, at with it he should finite the nations: and he shall rule them with a rod of iron and he ' treadeth the 'ine-press of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God. · And he hath on his vefture and on hiš thigh' å me written, ** KING OF KINGS, AND LORD FLOR DS. 17. And I saw an angel standing "117 e fun; and he cried with a loud voice, saying to all e fowls that fly in the midst of heaven,

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gather 14. Rev. 3. 14. See on Rev. Rev.2.9. See on Rev. 3. 4. Al5.

so on ver. 8. 2.-04 Rev. 2:18. See on Rev. 15. i.+ Ver. 21 : 2 Thes. 2. 14

8. | Rev, i. :16. See on Eph. Ver. 16. :: Rev. 6. 2. The 56.171. ords, under ver. II.

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See on Rev. 2. 27. 3.6.4: Ifa. 63: 2, 3. Where- 1.+ Ifa. 632 3. See on Rev. e art thou red in thine Apparel; 14:19,20.. I thy Garments like him that ro

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ti Tim. adech in the Wine Fạt ? I have * Rev. 17. 14. See on Afts dden the Wine-press alone, and

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. he People there was none with 17. i Sam. 17. 46. This Day : I will tread them in mine will the Lord deliver thee into ger, and trample them in my 's mine-Hand, and I will {mite thee, ry, and their Blood shall be sprink- and take thine Head from thee,

upon my Garments, and I will and I will give the Carcases of the En all my Raiment.

Host of the Philistines unto the † Joh. 1.1. In the Beginning Fowls of the Air, and to the wild Š the Word; and the Word was 20 Beasts of the Earth.-- Jer. 9.33 h God, and the Word was God. : The Carcases of this people thalt Joho's. 7. There are three that be Meat for the Fowls of the Heaven, [ record in Heaven, the Fa• and for the Beasts of chè Earth, T, the Word, and the holy Ghost: and none Thall fray them away. Hthese three are one.

25 : Ver. 21. 4. 8: Rev. 14. 20. The Wine- o 7. Ezek. 39. 17. - Thus faith is was trodden without the Ci. the Lord God, Speak unto every

and Blood came out of the feathered Fowl, and to every Beait ine.press, even unto the Horfer of the Field, Allemble your felves, Hes:

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gather your selves together unto the fupper of the great God. i8. That ye may – eat the flesh of kings, and the flesh of captains, and the flesh of mighty men, and the flesh of horses, and of them that fit on them, and the flesh of all men, both free and bond, both small and great. 19. And I saw the beaft, and the kings of the earth, and their

n armies gathered together to make war against him that fat on the horse, and against his army. ; 20. And the beast was taken, and with him the falle prophet that • wrought miracles before him, with which he deceived them that had received the mark of the beast, and them that P worshipped his image. 9 These both were caft alive into a lake of fire burning with brimstone. 21. And the remnant were slain with the * fword of him that fat upon the horse, which sword proceeded out of his mouth: and · all the fowls were

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ving the key of the bottomless pit, and a great chain in his hand. 2. And he laid hold on the dra. gon that old serpent, which is the devil and Satan, and a bound him a thousand years, 3. And cast him in. to the bottomless pit, and shut him up, and set his seal e that he should deceive the nationis no more,

till every side to my Sacrifice that I Horns which thou fawelt upon do Sacrifice for you, even a great

the Beast, chefe shall hate be Sacrifice upon the Mountains of Whore, and shall make her de Ifrael, that ye may eat Flesh and 1olate, and thall eat ber Fleb, and drink Blood.

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3. et Rev. 16. 14, 16. They P See on Rev. 13. 15.

are the Spirits of Devils wwking 9 + Dan. 7. 11. Rev. 20.10.15 Miracies, which go forth unto the .: Rev. 21. 8.

See on Rev. Kings of the Earth, and of the 14. 10.

whole World, to gather them to 21.' See on Eph. 6. 17.

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