24 Seventy weeks, have been divided concerning thy people and concerning thy holy city—to put an end to the transgression, and fill up the measure of sin, and put a propitiatory-covering over iniquity, and bring in the righteousness of ages, and affix a seal the vision and prophecy, and anoint the holy of holies. 25 Thou must know, then, and understand: From the going forth of the word to restore and to build Jerusalem—unto the Anointed One, the Prince, [shall be] seven weeks, and sixty-two weeks,—the broadway and the wall, shall again be built, even in the end of the times. 26 And, after the sixty-two weeks, shall the Anointed One, be cut off, and have, nothing,—and, the city and the sanctuary, will one destroy with the Prince, and so will his own end come with an overwhelming flood, howbeit, up to the full end of the war, are decreed astounding things. 27 And he will confirm a covenant to the many, for one week,—but, in the middle of the week, will cause sacrifice and present to cease, and, in his stead, [shall be] the horrid abomination that astoundeth, even till, a full end, and that a decreed one, shall be poured out on him that astoundeth.
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1 The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave to him, to point out unto his servants the things which must needs come to pass with speed,—and he shewed them by signs, sending through his messenger, unto his servant John; 2 who bare witness as to the word of God, and the witness of Jesus Christ,—whatsoever things he saw. 3 Happy! he that readeth, and they who hear, the words of the prophecy, and keep the things, therein, written; for, the season, is, near. 4 John, unto the Seven Assemblies which are in Asia, Favour to you, and peace, from—Him who Is, and who Was, and who is Coming, and from—The Seven Spirits which are before his throne, 5 and from—Jesus Christ,—The Faithful Witness, The Firstborn of the Dead, and The Ruler of the Kings of the Earth. Unto him that loveth us, and loosed us out of our sins with his blood,— 6 and he hath made us [to be] a kingdom—priests unto his God and Father, Unto him, be the glory, and the dominion, unto the ages. Amen. 7 Lo! he cometh with the clouds, and every eye shall see him, such also as pierced him; and all the tribes of the land shall smite themselves for him. Yea! Amen. 8 I, am, the A, and, the Z, saith the Lord,—the, God who Is, and who Was, and who is Coming, The Almighty. 9 I, John, your brother, and partaker with you in the tribulation and kingdom and endurance in Jesus, came to be in the isle that is called Patmos, because of the word of God, and the witness of Jesus. 10 I came to be, in Spirit, in the Lord’s Day, and heard, behind me, a loud voice, as of a trumpet, 11 saying—What thou seest, write in a scroll, and send unto the Seven Assemblies,—unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamum,—and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto Philadelphia,—and unto Laodicea. 12 And I turned round, to see the Voice which was speaking with me, and, having turned, I saw Seven Lamps of gold; 13 and, in the midst of the lamps, One like unto a Son of Man:—clothed with a robe, reaching to the feet, and girt about at the breasts with a girdle of gold, 14 And his head and hair, white, like white wool—like snow, and, his eyes, like a flame of fire, 15 And, his feet, like unto glowing copper, as if in a furnace refined, and, his voice, like a sound of many waters, 16 And, having in his right hand, seven stars, and, out of his mouth, a sharp, two-edged sword, going forth; and, his whole appearance, as when, the sun, shineth in its strength. 17 And, when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead, and he laid his right hand upon me, saying—Do not fear! I, am the First, and the Last, 18 and the Living One,—and I became dead;—and lo! living, am I, unto the ages of ages, and have the keys of death and of hades. 19 Write, therefore—what things thou hast seen and what they are; and what things are about to come to pass, after these things: 20 The sacred secret of the seven stars, which thou sawest upon my right hand, and the seven lamps of gold:—The seven stars, are, messengers of the seven assemblies, and, the seven lamps, are, seven assemblies
1 To the Chief Musician. David’s. A Melody. 2 For, the mouth of the lawless one and the mouth of the deceiver, against me, are open, They have spoken to me with false tongue; 3 And, with words of hatred, have they surrounded me, and have made war upon me without cause: 4 For my love, they have been accusing me, while, I, was at prayer: 5 Yea they have returned unto me—Evil for good; and, Hatred for my love. 6 Set in charge over him, one who is lawless, and let, an accuser, stand at his right hand; 7 When he is judged, let him go out condemned, and let, his own petition, become a sin; 8 Let his days become few, his overseership, let another take; 9 Let his children become fatherless, and his wife a widow; 10 Let his children, wander about, and beg, Let them be driven out of heir ruins; 11 Let the creditor take aim at all that he hath, and let strangers prey on the fruit of his toil; 12 Let him have no one to continue lovingkindness, and there be none to favour his fatherless children; 13 Let his posterity be for cutting off, In another generation, let their name be wiped out; 14 Remembered be the iniquity of his fathers against Yahweh, and, the sin of his mother, let it not be wiped out; 15 Let them be before Yahweh continually, and let the memory of them, be cut off out of the earth. 16 Because that he remembered not to show lovingkindness, but pursued the man that was oppressed and needy, that, the downhearted, he might slay. 17 Because he loved cursing, May it have come upon him, Because he delighted not in blessing, May it have kept far from him; 18 Because he clothed himself in cursing as his outer garment, therefore may it have entered like water into his inward part, and like oil into his bones; 19 Be it his, as a garment he shall wrap round him, and for a girdle he shall, at all times, gird on: 20 This, be the reward of mine accusers, from Yahweh, even of them who are speaking wrongfully against my life. 21 But, thou, Yahweh, Adonay, deal effectually with me, for the sake of thy Name, Since good is thy lovingkindness, O rescue me; 22 For, oppressed and needy, I am, and, my heart, is wounded within me. 23 As a shadow when it stretcheth out, I am gone, I am shaken off like the locust; 24 My knees, tremble from fasting, and, my flesh, faileth of fatness: 25 So, I, am become a reproach for them, They see me, they shake their head. 26 Help me! O Yahweh my God, Save me, according to thy lovingkindness: 27 That they may know that, Thine own hand, this is, Thou, Yahweh, hast done it. 28 They, may curse if, thou, wilt bless,—Mine assailants, shall be ashamed, but, thy servant, shall rejoice; 29 Mine accusers shall be clothed with confusion, and shall wrap about them, like a cloak, their own shame. 30 I will thank Yahweh loudly with my mouth, Yea, in the midst of multitudes, will I praise him; 31 Because he standeth at the right hand of the needy, To save, from them who would pass sentence on his life.
12 An abandoned man, a man of iniquity, [is he] who—goeth on in perversity of mouth; 13 Winketh with his eyes, speaketh with his foot, pointeth with his fingers; 14 [Hath] perverse things in his heart, deviseth mischief on every occasion, strifes, he sendeth forth. 15 For this cause, suddenly cometh his doom, in a moment, shall he be torn in pieces and there be no mending.
1 The vision of Isaiah son of Amoz, which he saw, concerning Judah and Jerusalem,—in the days of Uzziah Jotham Ahaz Hezekiah—kings of Judah. 2 Hear O heavens, And give ear, O earth, for Yahweh, hath spoken:—Sons, have I brought up, and advanced, And, they, have rebelled against me. 3 An ox knoweth, his owner, And an ass his masters crib,—Israel, doth not know, My people doth not consider. 4 Alas! a nation—committing sin, a people—burdened with iniquity, a seed—practising wickedness, sons—acting corruptly. They have forsaken Yahweh despised the Holy One of Israel,—Are estranged and gone back. 5 Why should ye be smitten any more? Ye would again turn aside! The whole head is sick, And the whole heart faint: 6 From the sole of the foot even unto the head, there is in it no soundness, Bruise and stripe and newly-made wound,—They have not been pressed out, nor bound up, nor soothed with oil. 7 Your country—is a desolation, Your cities—are consumed with fire,—Your soil—right before your eyes, foreigners are devouring it, And it is a desolation a very overthrow by foreigners; 8 And left is the Daughter of Zion, Like a hut in a vineyard,—Like a lodge in a gourd-plot Like a city besieged. 9 If, Yahweh of hosts, had not left us a very small remnant, Like Sodom, had we become, Gomorrah, had we resembled. 10 Hear the word of Yahweh, ye rulers of Sodom,—Give ear to the instruction of our God, ye people of Gomorrah:— 11 Of what use to me, is your multitude of sacrifices: Saith Yahweh: I am sated with ascending-offerings of rams and the fat of fed beasts,—In the blood of bulls and young rams and he-goats, have I no pleasure. 12 When ye enter to see my face, Who hath required this at your hand trampling my courts? 13 Ye shall not again bring in an empty, present, Incense, an abomination, is that unto me! New moon, and sabbath calling an assembly—I cannot endure, iniquity and sacred festival! 14 Your new moons and your appointed feasts, my soul, hateth,—They have become unto me a burden I am too weary to bear: 15 Even when ye spread forth your open palms, I hide mine eyes from you; Yea, though ye multiply prayers, I am not hearkening,—Your hands, with deeds of blood, are filled. 16 Wash you make you clean, Put away the wickedness of your doings from before mine eyes,—Cease to do evil. 17 Learn to do well—Seek justice, Correct the oppressor,—Vindicate the fatherless, Plead the cause of the widow, 18 Come, I pray you, and let us settle the disputer Saith Yahweh,—Though your sins be found like scarlet, As snow, shall they be made white, Though they appear red like crimson, As wool, shall they become. 19 If ye be willing—and hearken Of the good of the land, shall ye eat; 20 But, if ye refuse and rebel, With the sword, shall ye be devoured, For, the mouth of Yahweh, hath spoken it. 21 How hath she become unchaste!—The city that was Faithful,—Full of justice, Righteousness lodged in her, But, now, murderers! 22 Thy silver, hath become dross,—Thy wine, weakened with water; 23 Thy rulers, are unruly, and companions of thieves, Every one of the people, loveth a bribe, and runneth after rewards,—The fatherless, they do not vindicate, And, the plea of the widow, reacheth them not. 24 Therefore, Declareth the Lord Yahweh of hosts, The Mighty One of Israel,—Alas! I must appease me on mine adversaries, I must avenge me on mine enemies 25 That I may turn my hand against thee, And smelt away, as with potash, thy dross, And remove all thine alloy; 26 That I may restore thy Judges as at the first, and thy Counsellors as at the beginning,—After that, shalt thou he called Righteous citadel, Trusty city,— 27 Zion, with justice shall be redeemed,—And her returning ones, with righteousness; 28 And the downfall of transgressors and sinners, shall be, together,—And, they who forsake Yahweh, shall be brought to an end; 29 For they shall turn pale on account of the oaks which ye desired,—And ye shall blush on account of the gardens which ye had chosen; 30 For ye shall be as an oak with its leaf faded, And as a garden that hath no, water; 31 Then shall the strong one become tow, And his work a spark,—And they shall both blaze together And there be none to quench the fire.
4 Adulteresses! Know ye not that, the friendship of the world, is, enmity to God? Whosoever, therefore, is minded to be, a friend, of the world, an enemy of God, doth constitute himself.
1 But, concerning the times and the seasons, brethren,—ye have, no need, that, unto you, anything be written; 2 For, ye yourselves, perfectly well know—that, the day of the Lord, as a thief in the night, so, cometh; 3 As soon as they begin to say—Peace! and safety! then, suddenly, upon them, cometh destruction,—just as the birth-throe unto her that is with child,—and in nowise shall they escape. 4 But, ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that, the day, upon you, as upon thieves, should lay hold; 5 For, all ye, are, sons of light, and sons of day,—we are not of night, nor of darkness: 6 Hence, then, let us not be sleeping, as the rest, but let us watch and be sober:— 7 For, they that sleep, by night, do sleep, and, they that drink, by night, do drink:— 8 But, we, being of the day, let us be sober, putting on a breastplate of faith and love, and, for helmet, the hope of salvation. 9 Because God did not appoint us unto anger, but unto acquiring salvation through our Lord Jesus [Christ]:— 10 Who died for us, in order that, whether we be watching or sleeping, together with him, we should live. 11 Wherefore be consoling one another, and building up, each the other,—even as ye are also doing. 12 Now we request you, brethren,—to know them who are toiling among you, and presiding over you, in the Lord, and admonishing you; 13 And to hold them in very high esteem, in love, their work’s sake. Be at peace among yourselves, 14 But we exhort you, brethren—admonish the disorderly, soothe them of little soul, help the weak, be longsuffering towards all: 15 See that none, evil for evil, unto any, do render: but, evermore, what is good, be pursuing, towards one another, and towards all: 16 Evermore, rejoice, 17 Unceasingly, pray, 18 In everything, give thanks,—for, this, is a thing willed of God, in Christ Jesus, towards you: 19 The Spirit, do not quench, 20 Prophesyings, do not despise, 21 [But], all things, put to the proof—what is comely, hold ye fast: 22 From every form of wickedness, abstain. 23 But, the God of peace himself, hallow you completely, and, entire, might your spirit, and soul, and body,—[so as to be] unblameable in the Presence of our Lord Jesus Christ,—be preserved! 24 Faithful, is he that is calling you,—who, also will perform. 25 Brethren! be praying for us [also]. 26 Salute all the brethren with a holy kiss. 27 I adjure you, by the Lord, that the letter be read unto all the brethren! 28 The favour of our Lord Jesus Christ, be with you.
15 thus, even, thou, hast such as hold fast the teaching of the Nicolaitanes, in like manner.
37 and, for the god of his fathers, will he have no regard, nor, for the delight of women, nor for any god, will he have regard,—for, against all, will he magnify himself.
1 And I saw, and lo! the Lamb, standing upon the mount Zion,—and, with him, a hundred and forty-four thousand, having his name and his Father’s name written upon their foreheads. 2 And I heard a sound out of heaven, as the sound of many waters, and as the sound of, loud thunders; and, the sound which I heard, was as of harp-singers harping with their harps, 3 And they sing as it were a new song before the throne, and before the four living creatures and the elders. And, no one, was able to learn the song, save the hundred and forty-four thousand, who had been redeemed from the earth. 4 These, are they, who with women, were not defiled, for they are, virgin. These, are they who follow the Lamb whithersoever he is going. These, were redeemed from mankind, as a firstfruit unto God and the Lamb; 5 and, in their mouth, was found no falsehood,—faultless, they are. 6 And I saw another messenger, flying in mid-heaven, having an age-abiding glad-message to announce unto them who are dwelling upon the earth, even unto every nation and tribe and tongue and people, 7 saying with a loud voice,—Fear God and give him glory, because the hour of his judging is come; and do homage unto him that made heaven and the earth and sea and fountains of waters. 8 And, another, a second [messenger] followed, saying—Fallen! fallen! is Babylon the great, who, of the wine of the wrath of her lewdness, hath caused all the nations to drink. 9 And, another, a third messenger, followed them, saying with a loud voice—If anyone doeth homage unto the beast and his image, and receiveth a mark upon his forehead, or upon his hand, 10 he also, shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is prepared, unmixed, in the cup of his anger;—and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone, before holy messengers and before the Lamb; 11 And, the smoke of their torment, unto ages of ages, ascendeth; And they have no rest day or night, who do homage unto the beast and his image, or if anyone receiveth the mark of his name. 12 Here, is, the endurance of the saints,—they who keep the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus. 13 And I heard a voice out of heaven, saying—Write! Happy, the dead who, in the Lord, do die, from henceforth. Yea! (saith the Spirit) that they may rest from their toils, for, their works, do follow with them. 14 And I saw, and lo! a white cloud, and, upon the cloud, one sitting like unto a son of man, having, upon his head, a crown of gold, and, in his hand, a sharp sickle. 15 And, another messenger, came forth out of the sanctuary, crying out with a loud voice, unto him that was sitting upon the cloud—Thrust in thy sickle, and reap; because the hour to reap is come, because the harvest of the earth is ripe. 16 And he that was sitting upon the cloud, thrust in, his sickle upon the earth; and the earth was reaped. 17 And, another messenger, came forth out of the sanctuary that is in heaven,—he also, having a sharp sickle. 18 And, another messenger, [came forth] out of the altar, who hath authority over the fire,—and called out with a loud voice, unto him who had the sharp sickle, saying—Thrust in thy sharp sickle, and gather the clusters of the vine of the earth; because the grapes thereof are fully ripe. 19 And the messenger, thrust in, his sickle into the earth, and gathered the vine of the earth, and cast [it] into the great wine-press of the wrath of God. 20 And the wine-press was trodden outside the city, and there came forth blood out of the wine-press, even unto the bits of the horses, at a distance of a thousand six hundred furlongs.
24 And, the ten horns of that kingdom, are ten kings who will arise,—and, another, will arise after them, and, he, will be diverse from the former ones, and, three kings, will he cast down;
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.
4 For there have crept in unobserved certain men, who, from of old, have been publicly notified for this sentence, ungodly, men, the favour of our God, turning into wantonness, and, our only Master and Lord, Jesus Christ, denying.