1 A Melody of David. 2 In pastures of tender grass, he maketh me lie down, Unto restful waters, he leadeth me; 3 My life, he restoreth, He guideth me in right paths, for the sake of his Name. 4 Yea, though I walk through a valley death-shadowed, I will fear no harm, for, thou, art with me, Thy rod and thy staff, they, comfort me. 5 Thou spreadest before me a table, in face of mine adversaries, Thou hast anointed, with oil, my head, My cup, hath run over. 6 Surely, goodness and lovingkindness, will pursue me, all the days of my life, and I shall dwell in the house of Yahweh, evermore.
Bible verses about "israel in the last days" | Rotherham
1 Comfort ye—comfort ye my people,—Saith your God. 2 Speak ye unto the heart of Jerusalem, And cry unto her,—That accomplished is her warfare, That accepted is her punishment,—That she hath received, at the hand of Yahweh, According to the full measure of all her sins. 3 A voice of one crying!—In the desert, prepare ye the way of Yahweh,—Make smooth in the waste plain a highway for our God: 4 Let, every valley, be exalted, And every mountain and hill, be made low,—And, the steep ground become, level, And, the chain of hills—a plain: 5 Then shall be revealed the glory of Yahweh,—And all flesh shall see it together, For, the mouth of Yahweh, hath spoken! 6 A voice saying Cry! And one said—What should I cry? All flesh, is grass, And, all the grace thereof, like the flower of the field: 7 The grass hath withered The flower hath faded, Because, the breath of Yahweh, hath blown upon it! Surely the people is grass! 8 The grass, hath withered, The flower, hath faded,—But the word of our God, shall stand unto times age-abiding! 9 To a high mountain, get ye up, O herald—band of Zion, Lift high with strength your voice, O herald—band of Jerusalem,—Lift it high, do not fear, Say to the cities of Judah—Lo! your God! 10 Lo! My Lord, Yahweh, as a mighty one, doth come, And, his own arm, is about to rule for him,—Lo! his reward, is with him, And, his recompense, before him; 11 Like a shepherd, his flock, will he tend, In his own arm, will he take up the lambs, And in his own bosom, will he carry [them],—Them which are with young, will he lead to a place of rest. 12 Who hath measured, with the hollow of his hand, the waters. Or the heavens with a span, hath meted out, Or hath comprehended, in a measure, the dust of the earth, Or weighed, in scales, the mountains, Or the hills, in a balance? 13 Who hath proved the spirit of Yahweh? Or being his counsellor hath been giving him knowledge? 14 With whom hath he taken counsel—And he hath given him intelligence, And instructed him in the path of justice,—And taught him knowledge, And in the way of intelligence, hath been giving him understanding? 15 Lo! nations, Are us a drop on a bucket, And as fine dust on a balance, are accounted,—Lo! islands, like an atom, can he hoist; 16 And, Lebanon, is not sufficient to burn,—Nor, the beasts thereof sufficient for an ascending-sacrifice! 17 All nations, are as nothing before him,—A thing of nought or a waste, are they accounted unto him? 18 Unto whom then can ye liken GOD? Or, what likeness, can ye compare unto him? 19 The image, hath been cast by an artificer, And a goldsmith, with gold, overlayeth it,—And, chains of silver, he worketh. 20 The needy offerer, of a tree that will not rot, maketh choice,—A skilled artificer, seeketh he out for himself to construct an image that shall not totter, 21 Have ye never taken note? Have ye never heard? Hath it not from the beginning, been told you? Have ye not been led to discern, from the foundations of the earth? 22 It is he who sitteth upon the circle of the earth, While the inhabitants thereof are, as grass-hoppers,—Who stretcheth forth, as a curtain, the heavens, And spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in; 23 Who delivereth dignitaries to nothingness,—Judges of earth, like a desolation, hath he made: 24 Scarcely have they been planted, Scarcely have they been sown, Scarcely hath their stock, begun to take root in the earth, When he hath just blown upon them and they have withered, And, a whirlwind, as though they haft been chaff, carrieth them away. 25 Unto whom then, can ye liken me, or can I be equal? Saith the Holy One. 26 Lift on high your eyes—and see who hath created these, That bringeth forth, by number, their host,—To all of them by name, doth call, Because of the abundance of vigour and alertness of strength, not one, is missing! 27 Wherefore, shouldest thou say, O Jacob, or speak, O Israel,—Hidden is my path from Yahweh, And from my God, my vindication, will pass? 28 Hast thou not known, Hast thou not heard, That The God of age-past time—Yahweh The Creator of the ends of the earth Fainteth not neither groweth weary—There is no searching of his understanding: 29 Giving to him that fainteth, strength, And to him that hath no vigour, he causeth, power to abound? 30 Youths both faint and grow weary, And, young warriors—they fall, they fall; 31 But, they who wait for Yahweh, shall renew their strength, They shall mount on strong pinion like eagles,—They shall run and not grew weary, They shall walk and not faint.
10 Do not fear, for with thee, I am! Look not around, for, I, am thy God,—I have emboldened thee, Yea I have helped thee, Yea I have upheld thee with my righteous right-hand.
39 And he will prepare, for the strongholds of the fortress of the sea, the people of an alien god, whom he will acknowledge—will greatly honour,—and will give them authority over the many, and, the soil, will he apportion for a price. 40 And, in the time of the end, will the king of the south, push at him, and the king of the north, will rush against him, with chariots and with horsemen, and with many ships,—and he will enter the lands, and overwhelm and pass over;
14 And this glad message of the kingdom will be proclaimed in all the inhabited earth, for a witness unto all the nations,—and, then, will have come, the end.
1 Originally, was, the Word, and, the Word, was, with God; and, the Word, was, God. 2 The same, was originally, with God. 3 All things, through him, came into existence, and, without him, came into existence, not even one thing: that which hath come into existence, 4 in him, was, life, and, the life, was, the light of men.— 5 And, the light, in the darkness, shineth; and, the darkness, thereof, laid not hold. 6 There arose a man, sent from God, whose name was, John: 7 The same, came, for a witness, That he might bear witness, concerning the light, that, all, might believe, through him. 8 He, was not the light,—but, that he might bear witness concerning the light, 9 It, was—The real light that enlighteneth every man—Coming into the world. 10 In the world, he was, and, the world, through him, came into existence, and, the world, knew him not. 11 Into his own possessions, he came, and, his own people, received him not home. 12 But, as many as did receive him, he gave, unto them, authority, children of God, to become,—unto them who were believing on his name: 13 Who—not of bloods, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but—of God, were born. 14 And, the Word, became, flesh, and pitched his tent among us, and we gazed upon his glory,—a glory, as an Only-begotten from his Father. Full of favour and truth. 15 (John beareth witness concerning him, and hath cried aloud, saying—the same, was he that said—He who, after me, was coming, before me, hath advanced; because, my Chief, was he.) 16 Because, out of his fulness, we all, received, even favour over against favour. 17 Because, the law, through Moses, was given, favour and truth, through Jesus Christ, came into existence. 18 No one, hath seen, God, at any time: An Only Begotten God, The One existing within the bosom of the Father, He, hath interpreted [him] . 19 And, this, is the witness of John, when the Jews sent forth unto him, out of Jerusalem, priests and Levites,—that they might question him—Who art, thou? 20 and he confessed, and did not deny,—and he confessed—I, am not, the Christ; 21 and they questioned him—What then? Art, thou, Elijah? and he saith—I am not; The prophet, art, thou? and he answered—No! 22 So they said unto him—Who, art thou? that, an answer, we may give, unto them who sent us,—What sayest thou, concerning thyself? 23 He said—I, am a Voice, of one crying aloud;—In the desert, make ye straight, the way of the Lord: according as said Isaiah the prophet. 24 And they had been sent forth from among the Pharisees; 25 and they questioned him, and said unto him—Why, then, dost thou immerse,—if, thou, art not, the Christ, nor Elijah, nor, the Prophet? 26 John answered them, saying—I, immerse, in water. In the midst of you, standeth one, whom, ye, know not;— 27 after me, coming:—Of whom, I, am not worthy that I should unloose the thong of the sandal. 28 These things, in Bethany, came to pass, beyond the Jordan, where John was, immersing. 29 On the morrow, he beholdeth Jesus, coming unto him, and saith—See! the Lamb of God, who taketh away the sin of the world. 30 This, is he, of whom, I, said—After me, cometh a man, who, before me, hath advanced, because, my Chief, was he. 31 And, I, knew him not, but, that he might be manifested unto Israel, therefore, came, I, in water, immersing. 32 And John bare witness, saying—I have gazed upon the Spirit, descending like a dove, out of heaven,—and it abode upon him. 33 And, I, knew him not,—but, he that sent me to immerse in water, he, unto me, said—Upon whomsoever thou shalt see the Spirit descending and abiding upon him, the same, is he that immerseth in Holy Spirit. 34 I, therefore, have seen, and borne witness—That, this, is, the, Son of God. 35 On the morrow, again, was John standing, and, from among his disciples, two; 36 and, looking at Jesus walking, he saith—See! the Lamb of God! 37 and the two disciples hearkened unto him speaking, and they followed Jesus. 38 But Jesus, turning, and looking at them following, saith unto them—What seek ye? And, they, said unto him—Rabbi! which meaneth, when translated, Teacher, Where abidest thou? 39 He saith unto them—Be coming, and ye shall see. They came, therefore, and saw where he abode, and, with him, they abode that day. It was about the tenth, hour. 40 One of the two that heard from John and followed him, was Andrew, the brother of Simon Peter. 41 The same findeth, first, his own brother Simon, and saith unto him—We have found the Messiah! which is, when translated, Anointed. 42 He led him unto Jesus. Jesus, looking at him, said—Thou, art Simon, the son of John,—thou, shalt be called, Cephas; which is to be translated, Peter. 43 On the morrow, he desired to go forth into Galilee. And Jesus findeth Philip, and saith unto him—Be following me! 44 Now Philip was from Bethsaida, of the city of Andrew and Peter. 45 Philip, findeth, Nathanael, and saith unto him—Him, of whom wrote Moses in the law, and the Prophets, have we found.—Jesus, son of Joseph, him from Nazareth! 46 And Nathanael said unto him—Out of Nazareth, can any good thing come? Philip saith unto him—Come, and see! 47 Jesus saw Nathanael coming unto him, and saith concerning him—See! Truly, an Israelite, in whom is no guile. 48 Nathanael saith unto him—Whence, dost thou, know, me? Jesus answered, and said unto him—Before Philip called thee,—when thou wast under the fig-tree, I saw thee. 49 Nathanael answered him—Rabbi! thou, art, the Son of God: Thou, art, King, of Israel. 50 Jesus answered, and said unto him—Because I said unto thee, I saw thee under the fig-tree, believest thou? A greater thing than these, shalt thou see! 51 And he saith unto him—Verily, verily, I say unto you: Ye shall see heaven—when set open, and, the messengers of God, ascending and descending unto the Son of Man.
5 So then, not before the fitting time, be judging anything,—until the Lord shall come, who will both bring to light the hidden things of darkness, and make manifest the counsels of the hearts; and, then, the praise shall come to each one, from God.
23 For, all, have sinned and fall short of the glory of God;
3 And, whosoever hath this hope on him, is purifying himself, just as, He, is pure.
1 And I saw, out of the sea, a wild-beast coming up; having ten horns, and seven heads, and, upon his horns, ten diadems, and, upon his head, names of blasphemy. 2 And, the beast which I saw, was like unto a leopard; and, his feet, as of a bear, and, his mouth, as the mouth of a lion. And the dragon gave unto him his power, and his throne, and great authority. 3 And [I saw] one of his heads, showing that it had been slain unto death, and, the stroke of his death, was healed. And the whole earth marveled after the wild-beast, 4 and did homage unto the dragon, because he gave his authority unto the wild-beast; and they did homage unto the wild-beast, saying—Who is like unto the wild-beast? and Who can make war with him? 5 And there was given unto him, a mouth speaking great things and blasphemies; and it was given unto him to act, forty and two months. 6 And he opened his mouth for blasphemy against God, to blaspheme his name, and his tent,—them, who, in heaven were tabernacling. 7 [And it was given unto him, to make war with the saints, and to overcome them;] and there was given him, authority against every tribe and people and tongue and nation. 8 And all they who are dwelling upon the earth will do homage unto him,—[every one] whose name is not written in the scroll of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world. 9 If any-one hath an ear: let him hear. 10 If anyone [carrieth] into captivity, into captivity, he goeth away. If anyone, with a sword, doth slay, he must, with a sword, be slain. Here, is the endurance and the faith of the saints. 11 And I saw another wild-beast, coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns, like unto a lamb, and began speaking as a dragon. 12 And, all the authority of the first wild-beast, he useth before him; and causeth the earth, and them who, therein, are dwelling, that they shall do homage unto the first wild-beast, whose stroke of death, was healed. 13 And he doeth great signs, so that, even fire, he causeth to be coming down unto the earth before men; 14 and he deceiveth them who are dwelling upon the earth, by reason of the signs which it was given him to do before the wild-beast,—saying unto them who are dwelling upon the earth, that they should make an image unto the wild-beast who hath the stroke of the sword, and yet did live. 15 And it was given unto it, to give spirit unto the image of the wild-beast, in order that the image of the wild-beast should both speak and should cause that, as many as should not do homage unto the image of the wild-beast, should be slain. 16 And he causeth all—the small and the great, and the rich and the poor, and the free and the bond,—that they should give unto them a mark, upon their right hand or upon their forehead; 17 [and] that no one should be able to buy or to sell, save he that hath the mark, the name of the beast, or the number of his name. 18 Here, is, wisdom: he that hath understanding, let him count the number of the beast, for it is, the number of a man; and, his number, is 666.
1 After these things, I heard as it were, a loud voice of a great multitude in heaven, saying—Hallelujah! The salvation and the glory and the power of our God! 2 Because, true and righteous, are his judgments; because he hath judged the great harlot, who, indeed, corrupted the earth with her lewdness,—and hath avenged the blood of his servants, at her hand. 3 And, a second time, have they said—Hallelujah! And, her smoke, ascendeth unto ages of ages. 4 And the twenty-four elders and the four living creatures, fell down, and did homage unto God, who sitteth upon the throne, saying—Amen! Hallelujah! 5 And, a voice, from the throne, came forth, saying—Be giving praise unto our God, all ye his servants, ye that revere him, the small and the great. 6 And I heard as a voice of a great multitude, and as a voice of many waters, and as a voice of mighty thunderings, saying—Hallelujah! Because the Lord, [our] God, the Almighty, hath become king. 7 Let us rejoice and exult, and give glory unto him, because the marriage of the Lamb, is come, and, his wife, hath made herself ready; 8 and it hath been given unto her, that she should be arrayed in fine linen, bright, pure, for, the fine linen, is, the righteous acts of the saints. 9 And he saith unto me—Write! Happy, they who, unto the marriage supper of the Lamb, have been bidden! And he saith unto me—These words, are, true [words] of God. 10 And I fell down at his feet, to do him homage; and he saith unto me—See! [thou do it] not! A fellow-servant, am I, of thee and of thy brethren who have the witness of Jesus: unto God, do homage! For, the witness of Jesus, is the spirit of the prophecy. 11 And I saw heaven, set open, and lo! a white horse, and, he that was sitting thereon, [called] Faithful, and True; and, in righteousness, doth he judge and make war; 12 and, his eyes, are a flame of fire, and, upon his head, are many diadems, having, a name, written, which, no one, knoweth, but himself, 13 and arrayed with a mantle sprinkled with blood, and his name hath been called—The Word of God. 14 And, the armies which were in heaven, were following him, upon white horses, clothed with fine linen, white, pure; 15 and, out of his mouth, is going forth a sharp sword, that, therewith, he may smite the nations,—and, he, shall shepherd them with a sceptre of iron, and, he, treadeth the wine-press of the wrath of the anger of God the Almighty. 16 And he hath, upon his mantle and upon his thigh, a name, written—King of kings, and Lord of lords. 17 And I saw one messenger, standing in the sun, and he cried out with a loud voice, saying, unto all the birds that fly in mid-heaven,—Hither! be gathered together unto the great supper of God,— 18 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 who sit upon them, and the flesh of all, both free and bond, and small and great. 19 And I saw the wild-beast, and the kings of the earth, and their armies, gathered together—to make war with him who was sitting upon the horse, and with his army. 20 And the wild-beast, was taken, and, with him, the false prophet who wrought the signs before him, whereby he deceived them who received the mark of the wild-beast and them who were doing homage unto his image,—alive, were they two cast into the lake of fire that burneth with brimstone. 21 And, the rest, were slain with the sword of him that was sitting upon the horse, which went forth out of his mouth, and, all the birds, were filled with their flesh.
2 Yea I will gather together all the nations unto Jerusalem, to battle, and the city, shall be captured, and the houses, plundered, and, the women, ravished,—and half of the city, shall go forth, into exile, but, the remainder of the people, shall not be cut off out of the city.
1 And, at that time, will Michael, the great ruler who standeth for the sons of thy people, make a stand, and there will be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation, up to that time,—and, at that time, shall thy people, be delivered, every one found written in the hook;
1 And, Jesus coming forth, from the temple, was taking his departure, when his disciples came forward to point out to him the buildings of the temple. 2 But, he, answering, said unto them—Are ye not beholding all these things? Verily, I say unto you—in no wise, shall there be left here, stone upon stone, which shall not be thrown down. 3 And, as he was sitting upon the Mount of Olives, the disciples came unto him, privately, saying—Tell us, when these things shall be,—and what the sign of thy presence, and the conclusion of the age. 4 And, answering, Jesus said unto them—Be taking heed, lest anyone, deceive, you; 5 For, many, will come upon my name, saying—I, am the Christ,—and will, deceive many. 6 Moreover ye will be sure to be hearing of wars, and rumours of wars: Mind! be not alarmed, for it must needs happen,—but, not yet, is, the end; 7 For there will arise—nation against nation, and kingdom against kingdom,—and there will be famines and earthquakes, in places. 8 But, all these things, are a beginning of birth-pangs. 9 Then, will they deliver you up into tribulation, and will slay you,—and ye will be men hated by all the nations, because of my name 10 And, then, will many be caused to stumble, and, one another, will deliver up, and will hate one another; 11 And, many false prophets, will arise, and deceive, many; 12 And, because of lawlessness being brought to the full, the love of the many, will grew cold. 13 But, he that hath endured throughout, the same, shall be saved. 14 And this glad message of the kingdom will be proclaimed in all the inhabited earth, for a witness unto all the nations,—and, then, will have come, the end. 15 Whensoever, therefore, ye shall see the abomination desolation, that was spoken of through Daniel the prophet, standing in a holy place,—he that readeth, let him think, 16 Then, they who are in Judaea, let them flee into the mountains; 17 And, he that is on the house-top, let him not come down, to take away the things out of his house; 18 And, he that is in the field, let him not turn back, to take away his mantle. 19 But alas! for the women with child, and for them that are giving suck, in those days; 20 But be praying that your flight, may not happen in winter, nor on sabbath; 21 For there will be then, Great tribulation, such as hath not happened, from the beginning of the world, until the present time, neither in any wise shall happen. 22 And, except those days had been shortened, no flesh had been saved; but, for the sake of the chosen, those days shall be shortened. 23 Then, if any, unto you, say—Lo! here, is the Christ, or, there, Do not believe it; 24 For there will arise, false Christs, and false prophets,—and they will show great signs and wonders, so that, if possible, even the chosen, should be deceived:— 25 Lo! I have foretold you. 26 If therefore they should say unto you, Lo! in the desert, he is, Do not go forth; Lo! in the chambers, Do not believe it. 27 For, just as the lightning goeth forth from the east, and shineth unto the west, so, shall be the presence of the Son of Man. 28 Wheresoever, the corpse, shall be, there, shall be gathered, the vultures! 29 But, straightway after the tribulation of those days, the sun, will be darkened, and, the moon, will not give her brightness, and, the stars, will fall from heaven,—and, the powers of the heavens, will be shaken; 30 And, then, will be displayed—The sign of the Son of Man in heaven, and, then, will smite their breasts—all the tribes of the earth; and they will see the Son of Man—coming upon the clouds of heaven, with great power and glory. 31 And he will send forth his messengers, with a great trumpet, and they will gather together his chosen—Out of the four winds, from heavens’ bounds, unto their bounds. 32 Now, from the fig-tree, learn ye, the parable:—When, already, her young branch, becometh tender, and the leaves, may be sprouting, ye observe, that, near, is, the summer: 33 Thus, ye also, when ye shall see all these things, observe ye, that, near, he is, at the doors. 34 Verily, I say unto you—In nowise, shall this generation, pass away, until all these things, shall happen: 35 The heaven and the earth, shall pass away, but, my words, shall, in nowise, pass away. 36 But, concerning that day and hour, no one, knoweth, neither the messengers of the heavens, nor the Son,—save the Father only. 37 For, just as the days of Noah, so, will be the presence of the Son of Man; 38 For, as they were in those days that were before the flood, feeding and drinking, marrying and being given in marriage,—until the day Noah entered into the ark; 39 And they observed not, until the flood came and took away all together, so, will be, the presence of the Son of Man. 40 Then, shall there be two men in the field,—one, is taken near, and, one, is left behind: 41 Two women grinding at the mill,—one, is taken near, and, one, is left behind. 42 Be watching, therefore, for ye know not, on what manner of day, your Lord is coming. 43 But there is, one thing, ye know—That, if the householder, had known, in what watch, the thief was coming, he would have been on the alert, and not have suffered his house to be dug through. 44 Wherefore, ye also, be getting ready, because, in what hour ye are, not thinking, The Son of Man doth come. 45 Who then is the faithful and prudent servant, whom the master hath appointed over his household, to give them food in season? 46 Happy! that servant, whom his master, when he cometh, shall find so doing! 47 Verily, I say unto you—Over all his substance, will he appoint him. 48 But, if that wicked servant should say in his heart—My master, delayeth, 49 And begin to be striking his fellow-servants, and eating and drinking with the drunken, 50 The master of that servant, will have come, on a day when he is not expecting, and in an hour when he is not observing,— 51 And will cut him asunder; and, his part, with the hypocrites, will appoint: There, shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth!
1 And one of the seven messengers who had the seven bowls came, and spake with me, saying—Hither! I will point out to thee the judgment of the great harlot, who sitteth upon many waters, 2 with whom the kings of the earth committed lewdness,—and they who were dwelling upon the earth were made drunk with the wine of her lewdness. 3 And he carried me away into a desert, in spirit. And I saw a woman, sitting upon a scarlet wild-beast full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. 4 And, the woman, was arrayed with purple and scarlet, and decked with gold and precious stone and pearls,—having a cup of gold in her hand, full of abominations and the impurities of her lewdness; 5 and, upon her forehead, a name written, a secret: Babylon the great, the Mother of the Harlots and of the Abominations of the earth. 6 And I saw the woman, drunk with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the witnesses of Jesus. And I was astonished, when I beheld her, with great astonishment. 7 And the messenger said unto me—Wherefore wast thou astonished? I, will tell thee the secret of the woman, and of the wild-beast that carrieth her, which hath the seven heads and the ten horns. 8 The wild-beast which thou sawest, was, and is not, and is about to come up out of the abyss, and into, destruction, goeth away. And they who are dwelling upon the earth whose name is not written upon the book of life from the foundation of the world, will be astonished, when they see the wild-beast, because it was, and is not, and shall be present. 9 Here, is the mind that hath wisdom. The seven heads, are, seven mountains, whereupon the woman sitteth; 10 and they are, seven kings: the five, have fallen, the one, is, the other, hath not yet come; and, whensoever he shall come, a little while, must he remain, 11 and the wild-beast which was and is not. And he, is an eighth, and is, of the seven,—and, into destruction, goeth away. 12 And, the ten horns which thou sawest, are, ten kings,—who, indeed, have not received, sovereignty, as yet, but, authority, as kings, for one hour, shall receive, with the wild-beast. 13 These, have, one mind, and, their power and authority, unto the wild-beast, they give. 14 These, with the Lamb, will make war; and, the Lamb, will overcome them, because he is, Lord of lords, and King of kings,—and, they who are with him, are called and chosen and faithful. 15 And he saith unto me—The waters which thou sawest, where the harlot sitteth, are, peoples and multitudes, and nations and tongues. 16 And the ten horns which thou sawest, and the wild-beast, these, shall hate the harlot, and, desolate, shall make her, and naked, and, her flesh, shall they eat, and, herself, shall they burn up with fire. 17 For, God, hath put into their hearts, to do his mind, and to do one mind,—and to give their sovereignty unto the wild-beast, until the words of God shall be completed. 18 And, the woman whom thou sawest, is the great city, which hath sovereignty over the kings of the earth.
1 And, a great sign, appeared in heaven: a woman arrayed with the sun, and, the moon, beneath her feet, and, upon her head, a crown of twelve stars; 2 and she was with child, and crieth out, being in pangs and in anguish to bring forth? 3 And there appeared another sign in heaven; and lo! a great red dragon,—having seven heads and ten horns, and, upon his heads, seven diadems; 4 and, his tail, draweth the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth. And, the dragon, stood before the woman who was about to bring forth, that, as soon as she should bring forth, he might devour, her child. 5 And she brought forth a son, a manchild, who was about to shepherd all the nations with a sceptre of iron; and her child was caught away unto God and unto his throne. 6 And, the woman, fled into the desert, where she hath a place prepared of God, that, there, they should nourish her a thousand, two hundred, and sixty days. 7 And there came to be war in heaven: Michael and his messengers [going forth] to war with the dragon; and, the dragon, fought, and his messengers; 8 and he prevailed not, neither was place found for them, any longer, in heaven. 9 And the great dragon was cast out,—the ancient serpent, he that is called Adversary and the Satan, that deceiveth the whole habitable world,—he was cast to the earth, and his messengers, with him, were cast. 10 And I heard a loud voice in heaven, saying—Now, hath come the salvation, and the power, and the kingdom of our God, and the authority of his Christ; because the accuser of our brethren hath been cast out, who was accusing them before our God day and night; 11 And, they, overcame him by reason of the blood of the Lamb, and by reason of their witnessing word, and they loved not their life, even unto death. 12 For this cause, be joyful, O heavens, and ye who, therein, are tabernacling. Woe! unto the earth, and the sea, because the Adversary hath come down unto you, having great wrath—knowing that, but a little season, he hath. 13 And, when the dragon saw that he was cast to the earth, he pursued the woman who had brought forth the manchild. 14 And there were given unto the woman the two wings of the great eagle, that she might fly into the desert, into her place,—where she is nourished, a season and seasons and half a season, from the face of the serpent. 15 And the serpent cast out of his mouth, after the woman, water as a river, that he might cause her to be carried away by the stream. 16 And the earth helped the woman, and the earth opened her mouth, and swallowed up the river which the dragon cast out of his mouth. 17 And the dragon was angered against the woman, and went away to make war with the rest of her seed—with them who were keeping the commandments of God, and holding the witness of Jesus;—and he stood upon the sand of the sea.
2 Lo! I am making Jerusalem a bowl of reeling to all the peoples, round about,—Moreover also, on Judah, shall it be in the siege against Jerusalem; 3 And it shall come to pass, in that day, that I will make Jerusalem a lifting-stone, to all the peoples, all who seek to lift her, shall, cut themselves in pieces,—though all the nations of the earth, gather themselves together against her.
2 Then will I gather all the nations, and bring them down into the Vale of Jehoshaphat,—and will enter into judgment with them there, concerning my people, and mine inheritance Israel, whom they scattered among the nations, and, my land, they apportioned;
22 And will make of them one nation in the land. among the mountains of Israel, And one king, shall they all have for king, —And they shall remain no longer two nations, Nor shall they be divided into two kingdoms any more.
1 Lo! a day, cometh, pertaining to Yahweh,—when apportioned shall be thy spoil in thy midst; 2 Yea I will gather together all the nations unto Jerusalem, to battle, and the city, shall be captured, and the houses, plundered, and, the women, ravished,—and half of the city, shall go forth, into exile, but, the remainder of the people, shall not be cut off out of the city. 3 Then will Yahweh go forth, and fight against those nations,—just as he did in the day when he fought, in the day of battle; 4 Yea his feet, shall stand, in that day, on the Mount of Olives, which is before Jerusalem on the east, and the Mount of Olives, shall cleave asunder, from the midst thereof, towards the east and towards the west, an exceeding great valley,—and half of the mountain, shall give way, toward the north, and half of it toward the south. 5 Then shall ye flee to the valley of my mountains, for the valley of the mountains, shall reach, very near, Yea, ye shall flee, just as ye fled from before the earthquake, in the days of Uzziah king of Judah,—Then, shall arrive, Yahweh my God, All thy holy ones, with thee! 6 And it shall come to pass, in that day,—that there shall be no light, the bright stars, shall be withdrawn; 7 And it shall be a day by itself, The same, shall be known unto Yahweh—Not day, nor night,—But it shall come to pass, that, at evening time, there shall be light. 8 And it shall come to pass, in that day, that there shall go forth living waters out of Jerusalem, half of them unto the sea before, and half of them unto the sea behind, in summer and in winter, shall it he. 9 So will Yahweh become king over all the earth,—In that day, shall there be one Yahweh, and, his Name, be one. 10 All the land shall turn into a plain, from Geba to Rimmon, south of Jerusalem,—and shall lift herself on high and abide in her own place, from the gate of Benjamin up to the place of the first gate, up to the corner gate, and from the tower of Hananeel up to the wine-presses of the king. 11 So shall men dwell therein, and, utter destruction, shall not be any more,—but Jerusalem, shall abide, in security. 12 And, this, shall be the plague wherewith Yahweh will plague all the peoples who have made war against Jerusalem,—his flesh, shall be made to rot, while he is standing upon his feet, and, his eyes, shall rot in their sockets, and, his tongue, shall rot in their mouth; 13 And it shall come to pass, in that day, that there shall be a great confusion from Yahweh among them,—and they will lay hold every one upon the hand of his neighbour, and his hand, will rise up, against the hand of his neighbour; 14 Moreover also, Judah, will fight with Jerusalem,—and the wealth of all the nations round about, shall be gathered together, gold and silver and apparel, in great abundance. 15 And, so, shall be the plague of the horse, the mule, the camel, and the ass, and all the beasts which shall be in those camps,—like this plague! 16 And it shall come to pass, that, as for every one that is left out of all the nations that came against Jerusalem, that they shall come up, from year to year, to bow down to the king, Yahweh of hosts, and to celebrate the festival of booths. 17 And it shall come to pass that—whoso shall not come up out of the families of the earth unto Jerusalem, to bow down to the king, Yahweh of hosts,—there shall not, on them, be any rain. 18 And, if the family of Egypt shall not come up, and shall not enter in, upon whom there falleth none, then shall smite them the plague wherewith Yahweh, did plague, the nations, because they came not up to celebrate the festival of booths. 19 This, shall be the punishment of Egypt,—and the punishment of all the nations, when they come not up to celebrate the festival of booths. 20 In that day, shall there be [inscribed] upon the bells of the horses, Holy unto Yahweh,—and the caldrons in the house of Yahweh shall be like the dashing bowls before the altar. 21 And every caldron in Jerusalem and in Judah shall be Holy unto Yahweh of hosts,—So shall all who are offering sacrifice, come in, and take of them, and boil therein,—Neither shall there be a merchant any more in the house of Yahweh of hosts, in that day.