Revelation of John 91 At the sounding of the fifth angel, a star falls from heaven, to whom is given the key to the bottomless pit.2 He opens the pit, and there come forth locusts like scorpions.12 The first woe past.13 The sixth trumpet sounds.14 Four angels are let loose, that were bound. the fifth.12,13; 8:6-8,10,12; 11:14,15a star.1:20; 8:10; Isa 14:12; Lu 10:18; 2Th 2:3-8; 2Ti 3:1-5to him.1:18; 20:1the bottomless.2,11; 17:8; 20:10; Lu 8:31; Ro 10:7; *Gr: there.17; 14:11; Ge 15:17; 19:28; Isa 14:31; Joe 2:30; Ac 2:19and the sun.8:12; Ex 10:21-23; Joe 2:2,10 locusts.Ex 10:4-15; Jud 7:12; Isa 33:4; Joe 1:4; 2:25; Na 3:15,17as.5,10,11; De 8:15; 1Ki 12:11; Eze 2:6; Lu 10:19 that they.6:6; 7:3; Job 1:10,12; Ps 76:10; Mt 24:24; 2Ti 3:8,9hurt.8:7but.Corrupt and idolatrous Christians; against whom the Saracens chiefly prevailed. which.7:3,4; 14:1; Ex 12:23; Job 2:6; Eze 9:4,6; Eph 4:30 it was.13:5,7; Da 5:18-22; 7:6; Joh 19:11they should not.That is, should not kill them as a political body, state, or empire; and accordingly, however they desolated the Greek and Latin churches, they could not extirpate them, nor gain possession of the empire. 11:7; Job 2:6they should be.10five.Five prophetical months, each consisting of 30 days, and each day denoting a year, amount to 150 years; and accordingly, from the time that Mohammed began to propagate his imposture A.D. 612, the building of Bagdad, when they ceased from their ravages, A.D. 763, are just 150 years. and their.3 shall men.6:16; 2Sa 1:9; Job 3:20-22; 7:15,16; Isa 2:19; Jer 8:3; Ho 10:8Joh 4:8,9; Lu 23:30 the shapes.Joe 2:4,5; Na 3:17their faces.Da 7:4,8 hair.2Ki 9:30; Isa 3:24; 1Co 11:14,15; 1Ti 2:9; 1Pe 3:3and their.Ps 57:4; Joe 1:6 they had.9:17; Job 40:18; 41:23-30; Joe 2:8and the.Job 39:25; Isa 9:5; Joe 2:5-7; Na 2:4,5 tails.3,5 they had.12:9; Joh 12:31; 14:30; 16:11; 2Co 4:4; Eph 2:2; 1Jo 4:4; 5:19the angel.1Abaddon. that is, a destroyer.Joh 8:44 woe.1,2two.13-21; 8:13; 11:14 the sixth.1a voice.8:3-5; Heb 9:24; 10:21 to the.8:2,6loose.15; 16:12the great.Ge 2:14; 2Sa 8:3; Jer 51:63 for. or, at. an hour.5,10for to.18; 8:7,9,11,12 the number.Ps 68:17; Da 7:10horsemen.Eze 23:6; 38:4; Da 11:40I heard.7:4 having.This appears to point out the scarlet, blue and yellow colours, for which the Turks have always been remarkable. The "four angels bound in the Euphrates" denote their four sultanies bordering on that river, where they were confined till after the period of the Crusades. The time for which they were prepared, "an hour, and a day, and a month, and a year," computing a year for each day, amounts to 391 years, 15 days; and from their first conquest over the Christians, A.D. 1281, to the taking of Cameniec from the Poles, A.D. 1672, which was the last conquest by which their dominion was extended, is exactly that period. 9jacinth.21:20brimstone.18; 14:10; 19:20; 21:8; Ge 19:24; Ps 11:6; Isa 30:33; Eze 33:22as the.1Ch 12:8; Isa 5:28,29 the third.15,17 in their tails.10; Isa 9:15; Eph 4:14 And the.That is, those of the Latin and Greek churches, who escaped destruction, still persisted in their idolatrous worship of demons, etc. yet.21; 2:21,22; 16:8; De 31:29; 2Ch 28:22; Jer 5:3; 8:4-6; Mt 21:322Co 12:21worship.Le 17:7; De 32:17; 2Ki 22:17; 2Ch 34:25; Ps 106:37; Isa 2:8Jer 25:6; 44:8; Ac 7:41; 19:26; 1Co 10:20,21; 1Ti 4:1and idols.Ps 115:4-8; 135:15-18; Isa 40:19,20; 41:7; 42:17,18; 44:9-20; 46:5-7Jer 10:3-5,8,9,14,15; 15:19,20; 51:17; Da 5:23; Hab 2:18-20Ac 17:29; Ro 1:21-23 their murders.11:7-9; 13:7,15; 16:6; 18:24; Da 7:21-25; 11:33their sorceries.13:13; 18:23; 21:8; 22:15; Isa 47:9,12; 57:3; Mal 3:5nor of their fornication.14:8; 17:2,5; 18:3; 19:2; Mt 15:19; 2Co 12:21
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