Revelation of John 191 After these things I heard as a voice great of a crowd large in the heaven, saying: Praise the Lord; the salvation and the glory and the power of the God of us; 2 because true and righteous the judgment of him; because he judged the harlot the great, which corrupted the earth with the fornication of herself, and avenged the blood of the bond-servants of himself from hand of her. 3 And a second time they have said: Praise the Lord, and the smoke of her rise up for the ages of the ages. 4 And fell down the elders those twenty-four, and the four living ones, and did homage to the God to the one sitting on the throne, saying: So be it; praise the Lord. 5 And a voice from the throne came forth, saying: Praise you the God of us all the bond-servants of him, and those fearing him the little ones and the great ones. 6 And I heard as a voice of a crowd great, and as a sound of waters many, and as a voice of thunders strong, saying: Praise the Lord; because reigned Lord the God of us, the almighty. 7 We should rejoice and we should exult, and we should give the glory to him; because came the marriage of the lamb, and the wife of him prepared herself; 8 and it was given to her, so that she might be clothed with fine cotton bright and clean. (The for fine cotton, the righteous acts is of the holy ones.) 9 And he says to me: Write thou: Blessed ones those into the supper of the marriage of the lamb having been called. And he says to me: These the words true are of the God. 10 And I fell before the feet of him to worship him; and he says to me: See not; a fellow-bondservant of thee I am, and of the brethren of thee of those having the testimony of the Jesus; to the God do thou give worship. (The for testimony of the Jesus, is the spirit of the prophecy.) 11 And I saw the heaven having been opened, and lo a horse white, and the one sitting on him, being called faithful and true, and in righteousness he judges and makes war; 12 the but eyes of him as a flame of fire, and on the head of him diadems many; having a name having been written which no one knows, if not himself; 13 and having been clothed with a mantle having been dipped in blood; and is called the name of him: The word of the God. 14 And the armies those in the heaven followed him on horse white, having been clothed with fire cotton white clean. 15 And out of the mouth of him goes forth a broad-sword sharp, so that with her he may smite the nations, and he shall tend them with a rod iron; and he treads the wine-press of the wine of the wrath of the anger of the God of the almighty one. 16 And he has on the mantle and on the thigh of himself a name having been written: King of kings and Lord of lords. 17 And I saw one messenger standing in the sun; and he cried with a voice great, saying to all to the birds to those flying in mid-heaven: Come you, be you assembled for the supper the great of the God, 18 so that you may eat flesh of kings and flesh of commanders and flesh of strong ones, and flesh of horses and of those sitting on them, and flesh of all freemen both and bondmen, and little ones and great ones. 19 And I saw the wild-beast and the kings of the earth and the armies of them having assembled, to make war with the one sitting on the horse and with the army of him. 20 And was caught the wild-beast, and the with him false-prophet the one having done the signs in presence of him, by which he deceived those having received the mark of the wild-beast, and those doing homage to the image of him; living were cast the two into the lake of the fire that burning with brimstone. 21 And the remaining ones were killed with the broad-sword of the one sitting on the horse, with the one going forth out of the mouth of him; and all the birds were filled with the flesh of them.
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