Revelation of John 8


Seventh Seal: Silence in Heaven

1And when he opened the [2seal 1seventh], there became quietness in the heaven about a half-hour. 2And I saw the seven angels, the ones which [2before 3God 1stand], and were given to them seven trumpets. 3And another angel came and he stood at the altar, having [2censer 1a golden]; and [3were given 4to him 2incenses 1many], that he should offer it with the prayers [2the 3holy ones 1of all] upon the [2altar 1golden], the one before the throne. 4And [5ascended 1the 2smoke 3of the 4incenses], with the prayers of the holy ones, out of the hand of the angel, before God. 5And [3took 1the 2angel] the censer, and filled it from the fire of the altar, and cast unto the earth; and there became sounds, and thunders, and lightnings, and an earthquake. 6And the seven angels, the ones having the seven trumpets, prepared themselves that they should trump. 7And the first trumped, and came to pass hail and fire being mixed in blood, and was cast unto the earth; and the third of the earth was incinerated, and all [2grass 1green] was incinerated.

Second Trumpet: The Sea Struck

8And the second angel trumped; and it was as [3mountain 1a great 2burning] was cast into the sea; and [5became 1the 2third 3of the 4sea] blood; 9and [8died 1the 2third 3of the 4creatures 5in 6the 7sea], the ones having lives; and the third of the ships were utterly destroyed.

Third Trumpet: Bitter Waters

10And the third angel trumped; and [3fell 4from out of 5the 6heaven 2star 1a great], burning as a lamp, and it fell upon the third of the rivers, and upon the springs of the waters. 11And the name of the star is called Absinthium; and [5became 1the 2third 3of the 4waters] into absinthium, and many of the men died because of the waters, for they were made bitter.

Fourth Trumpet: Darkness

12And the fourth angel trumped, and [5was struck 1the 2third 3of the 4sun], and the third of the moon, and the third of the stars; that [3should be darkened 1a third 2of them], and the day should not appear for a third of it, and the night in like manner. 13And I saw and heard one eagle flying in mid-heaven, saying [2voice 1with a great], Woe, woe woe, to the ones dwelling upon the earth, because of the remaining sounds of the trumpet of the three angels, of the ones being about to trump.
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