THE BOOK OF REVELATION HEBRAIC TRANSLATION CHAPTER 16
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The indictment against Yahweh’s Wife and her Ultimate Redemption
REVELATION CHAPTER 16
1 Then I heard a loud voice from the temple saying to the seven angels, "Go and pour out the bowls NT:5357 phiale (fee-al'-ay); a broad shallow cup of the wrath NT:2372 thumos (thoo-mos'); from NT:2380; by exhibiting fierce passionate breathing for the purpose of slaughter of Yahweh on the earth."
2 So the first went and poured out his bowl upon the earth, and a foul and loathsome NT:4190 poneros (pon-ay-ros'); evil effect from degeneracy from original virtue sore NT:1668 helkos (hel'-kos); like an ulcer came upon the men who had the mark NT:5480 charagma (khar'-ag-mah); an etching or stamp as a badge of servitude and figurine of the beast NT:2342 therion (thay-ree'-on); dangerous and venomous and those who worshiped NT:4352 proskuneo (pros-koo-neh'-o); by prostrating in homage his image NT:1504eikon (i-kone'); from NT:1503; a statue or a faint copy and resemblance of himself.
3 Then the second angel poured out his bowl on the sea NT:2281 thalassa (thal'-as-sah); probably prolonged from NT:251; that is salted, and it became blood as of a dead man, and every living creature in the sea died.
4 Then the third angel poured out his bowl on the rivers and springs NT:4077 pege (pay-gay'); probably from NT:4078; that gushes up as the source of water, and they became blood.
5 And I heard the angel of the waters saying: "You are righteous, O Yahweh, The One who is and who was and who is to be, Because You have judged NT:2919 krino (kree'-no); in a judicial decision for punishment these things.
6 For they have shed the blood of saints NT:40 hagios (hag'-ee-os); that are sacred, and ceremonially consecrated and prophets NT:4396 prophetes (prof-ay'-tace); who are inspired poetic foretellers, And You have given them blood to drink. For it is their just due."
7 And I heard another from the altar NT:2379 thusiasterion (thoo-see-as-tay'-ree-on); a place of sacrifice saying, "Even so, Yahweh Elohim Almighty NT:3841 pantokrator (pan-tok-rat'-ore); all ruling and universally sovereign Elohim, true and righteous NT:1342 dikaios (dik'-ah-yos); from NT:1349; with righteous execution are Your judgments NT:2920 krisis (kree'-sis); - a tribunal of damnation through the Divine Law of Torah."
8 Then the fourth angel poured out his bowl on the sun NT:2246 helios (hay'-lee-os); from the east, and power was given to him to scorch NT:2739 kaumatizo (kow-mat-id'-zo); from NT:2738; by burning heat to glow on men with fire.
9 And men were scorched with great heat NT:2738 kauma (kow’mah); by burning heat to glow on, and they blasphemed NT:987 blasphemeo (blas-fay-meh'-o); to vilify, defame, and revile the name NT:3686 onoma (on'-om-ah); with Authority of Yahweh NT:2316 theos (theh'-os); who is the Supreme Divinity who has power over these plagues NT:4127 > plege (play-gay'); caused by calamity; and they did not repent NT:3340 metanoeo (met-an-o-eh'-o); to reconsider with a feeling of moral compunction and give Him glory NT:1391 doxa (dox'-ah); of honor, praise, and worship.
10 Then the fifth angel poured out his bowl NT:5357 phiale (fee-al'-ay); a broad shallow cup on the throne NT:2362 thronos (thron'-os); a stately seat of power of the beast, and his kingdom NT:932 basileia (bas-il-i'-ah); of Royalty became full of darkness NT:4656 skotoo (skot-o'-o); from NT:4655; as to be obscure to the point of blindness; and they gnawed their tongues because of the pain NT:4192 ponos (pon'-os); of anguish.
11 They blasphemed NT:987 blasphemeo (blas-fay-meh'-o); to vilify, defame, and revile Yahweh of heaven because of their pains NT:4192 ponos (pon'-os); of anguish and their sores NT:1668 helkos (hel'-kos); of ulcers and did not repent NT:3340 metanoeo (met-an-o-eh'-o); to reconsider with a feeling of moral compunction of their deeds.
12 Then the sixth angel poured out his bowl NT:5357 phiale (fee-al'-ay); a broad shallow cup on the great NT:3173 megas (meg'-as), and large river Euphrates NT:2166 Euphrates (yoo-frat'-ace) OT:6578 Perath (per-awth'); which breaks forth in rushing and begins in Eastern Turkey, and its water was dried up NT:3583 xeraino (xay-rah'-ee-no); from NT:3584; through the scorching of burning heat, so that the way NT:3598 hodos (hod-os'); and route of the kings NT:935 basileus (bas-il-yooce’); of ruling royalty from the east might be prepared NT:2090 hetoimazo (het-oy-mad'-zo); from NT:2092; by adjusting for readiness.
13 And I saw three unclean NT:169 akathartos (ak-ath'-ar-tos); impure demonic) spirits like frogs coming out of the mouth NT:4750 stoma (stom'-a); the front edge of a weapon) of the dragon, out of the mouth of the beast NT:2342 therion (thay-ree'-on); dangerous and venomous), and out of the mouth of the false prophet NT:5578 pseudoprophetes (psyoo-dop-rof-ay'-tace); a religious imposter).
14 For they are spirits of demons NT:1140 daimonion (dahee-mon'-ee-on); who are devil gods, performing signs, which go out to the kings NT:935 basileus (bas-il-yooce’); of ruling royalty of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of Yahweh NT:2316 theos (theh'-os); the Supreme Divinity Almighty NT:3841 pantokrator (pan-tok-rat'-ore); the all ruling and universally sovereign Elohim.
15 "Behold, I am coming as a thief. Blessed NT:3107 makarios (mak-ar'-ee-os); supremely, fortunate, and well off is he who watches NT:1127 gregoreuo (gray-gor-yoo'-o); with waking vigilance, and keeps NT:5083 tereo (tay-reh'-o); from teros; a watch to guard against loss or injuries like a fortress or full military lines of apparatus his garments NT:2440 himation (him-at'-ee-on); that are robes, lest he walk NT:4043 peripateo (per-ee-pat-eh'-o); as proof of their ability naked NT:1131 gumnos (goom-nos'); with nudeness and they see his shame NT:808 aschemosune (as-kay-mos-oo'-nay); and indecency."
16 And they gathered them together to the place called in Hebrew, Armageddon.
17 Then the seventh angel poured out his bowl NT:5357 phiale (fee-al'-ay); a broad shallow cup into the air, and a loud voice NT:5456 phone (fo-nay'); articulating a disclosure came out of the temple NT:3485 naos (nah-os'); of Yahweh’s dwelling place of heaven, from the throne NT:2362 thronos (thron'-os); a stately seat of power, saying, “It is done NT:1096 ginomai (ghin'-om-ahee); and has been completed!"
18 And there were noises NT:5456 phone (fo-nay'); of a public address and thundering’s NT:1027 bronte (bron-tay'); like a roaring sound and lightnings NT:796 astrape (as-trap-ay'); from NT:797; a bright shining glare; and there was a great earthquake, such a mighty and great earthquake as had not occurred since men were on the earth.
19 Now the great NT:3173 megas (meg'-as); fearful and large city NT:4172 polis (pol'-is); with walls was divided into three parts NT:3313 meros (mer'-os); as allowances, and the cities NT:4172 polis (pol'-is); probably from the same as NT:4171, that bustle with warfare of the nation’s NT:1484 ethnos (eth'-nos); that are pagan and non-Jewish fell. And great Babylon NT:897 Babulon (bab-oo-lone'); of Hebrew origin [OT:894]; a cruel and oppressive government that is full of bitterness of wormwood was remembered before Yahweh, to give her the cup NT:4221 poterion (pot-ay'-ree-on); that is a cup of fate of the wine NT:3631 oinos (oy'-nos); a primary word (or perhaps of Hebrew origin [OT:3196]); that is fermented for intoxication of the fierceness NT:2372 thumos (thoo-mos'); from NT:2380; by exhibiting fierce passionate breathing for the purpose of slaughter of His wrath NT:3709 orge (or-gay'); from NT:3713; of violent passion for justifiable punishment.
20 Then every island fled away, and the mountains were not found.
21 And great hail from heaven fell upon men, each hailstone about the weight of a talent NT:5006 talantiaios (tal-an-tee-ah'-yos); weighing 75-110 lbs. Men blasphemed NT:987 blasphemeo (blas-fay-meh'-o); to vilify, defame, and revile Yahweh because of the plague NT:4127 > plege (play-gay'); caused by calamity of the hail, since that plague was exceedingly NT:4970 sphodra (sfod'-rah); of a high degree and sorely great.