THE BOOK OF REVELATION HEBRAIC TRANSLATION CHAPTER 21
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The indictment against Yahweh’s Wife and her Ultimate Redemption
REVELATION CHAPTER 21
1 Now I saw a new NT:2537 kainos (kahee-nos'); fresh heaven and a new earth, for the first NT:4413 protos (pro'-tos); former heaven and the first NT:4413 protos (pro'-tos); former earth had passed away. Also, there was no more sea NT:2281 thalassa (thal'-as-sah); that is salted.
2 Then I, John, saw the holy city, New Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from Yahweh, prepared as NT:5613 hos (hoce); likened to a bride NT:3565 numphe (noom-fay'); who is a betrothed girl adorned NT:2885 kosmeo (kos-meh'-o); as to put in an order with decorations for her husband.
3 And I heard a loud voice from heaven saying NT:3004 lego (leg'-o); in a systematic expression, "Behold NT:2400 idou (id-oo'); look and see!, the tabernacle NT:4633 skene (skay-nay'); apparently akin to NT:4632; that is a habitation for a wife who contributes to the usefulness of her husband of Yahweh is with men, and He will dwell NT:4637 skenoo (skay-no'-o); from NT:4636; in a mansion as in days of old with them, and they shall be His people. Yahweh, Himself will be with them and be their Yahweh NT:2316 theos (theh'-os); the Supreme Divinity.
4 And Yahweh will wipe away NT:1813 exaleipho (ex-al-i'-fo); from NT:1537 and NT:218; and obliterate the sins that causes every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away."
5 Then He who sat on the throne said, “Behold, I make all things new NT:2537 kainos (kahee-nos'), and fresh." And He said to me, "Write, for these words NT:3056 (log'-os); from NT:3004; a Divine expression of Messiah are true and faithful."
6 And He said to me, “It is done NT:1096; and has come into being and fulfilled! I am the Alpha NT:255 a Alpha (al'-fah); of every kind of Divine and demonic power that existed and the Omega NT:5598 omega (o'-meg-ah); which is the finality of it, the Beginning NT:746 arche (ar-khay'); as the commencement and Chief and the End NT:5056 telos (tel'-os); as the prophetic conclusion. I will give of the fountain NT:4077 pege (pay-gay'); probably from NT:4078; that gushes up as the source of the water of life freely NT:1432 dorean (do-reh-an'); accusative case of NT:1431; as a gift to him who thirsts.
7 He who overcomes NT:3528 nikao (nik-ah'-o); and prevails to the point of victory shall inherit all things, and I will be his Yahweh and he shall be My son.
8 But the cowardly NT:1169 deilos (di-los'); who are faithless and timid, unbelieving NT:571 apistos (ap'-is-tos); who is actively disbelieving like a heathen, abominable NT:948; that are detestable acts of idolatry, murderers NT:5406 phoneus (fon-yooce'); as intentional homicidal acts, sexually immoral NT:4205 pornos (por'-nos); from pernemi (to sell; akin to the base of NT:4097); who are male prostitutes who traffic as merchandise into slavery of it, sorcerers NT:5332; of pharmaceutical drugs and spell giving potions with witchcraft, idolaters NT:1496 eidololatres (i-do-lol-at'-race); who worship and image of a heathen god, and all liars NT:5571 pseudes (psyoo-dace'); from NT:5574; who indulge in an attempt to deceive through untruths shall have their part in the lake which burns with fire and brimstone NT:2303 theion (thi'-on); of flashing sulfur, which is the second NT:1208 deuteros (dyoo'-ter-os); as the compare of NT:1417; in time, place, and rank of death NT:2288 thanatos (than'-at-os); from NT:2348; that was assigned to them."
9 Then one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls NT:5357 phiale (fee-al'-ay); a broad shallow cup filled with the seven last plagues NT:4127 > plege (play-gay');caused by calamity came to me and talked with me, saying, "Come, I will show NT:1166 deiknuo (dike-noo'-o); the meaning to you the bride NT:3565 numphe (noom-fay'); who was a betrothed veiled girl who is now a young married woman, the Lamb's NT:721 arnion (ar-nee'-on); as the Lambkin males wife."
10 And he carried me away in the Spirit NT:4151 pneuma (pnyoo'-mah); of the Ruach HaKodesh, to a great NT:3173 megas (meg'-as); [including the prolonged forms, feminine megale, plural megaloi, etc.; compare also NT:3176; exceedingly large and high NT:5308 hupselos (hoop-say-los'); from NT:5311; in elevation of a mountain, and showed NT:1166 deiknuo (dike-noo'-o); the meaning to me the great city, the holy NT:40 hagios (hag'-ee-os); sacred, and ceremonially consecrated Jerusalem NT:2419 Hierousalem (hee-er-oo-sal-ame'); which is the capital, descending out of heaven from Yahweh,
11 having the glory NT:1391 doxa (dox'-ah); of praise, and worship of Yahweh. Her light NT:5458 phoster (foce-tare'); of luminescence was like a most precious NT:5093 timios (tim'-ee-os); honored and valuable stone, like a jasper stone, clear as crystal.
12 Also she had a great and high wall with twelve gates NT:4440 pulon (poo-lone'); from NT:4439; a winged folding entrance to the city, and twelve angels NT:32 aggelos (ang'-el-os); who bring tidings at the gates, and names NT:3686 onoma (on'-om-ah); with Authority written NT:1924 epigrapho (ep-ee-graf'-o); as an inscription on them, which are the names of the twelve tribes NT:5443 phule (foo-lay'); who are the offshoot of race or clan of the children of Israel:
13 three gates NT:4440 pulon (poo-lone'); from NT:4439; that is a winged folding entrance to the city on the east, three gates on the north, three gates on the south, and three gates on the west.
14 Now the wall of the city had twelve foundations NT:2310 themelios (them-el'-ee-os); that is the substruction of the building, and on them were the names of the twelve apostles NT:652 apostolos (ap-os'-tol-os); that were ambassadors of the Gospel with miraculous powers of the Lamb NT:721 arnion (ar-nee'-on); as the Lambkin male.
15 And he who talked with me had a gold reed NT:2563 kalamos (kal'-am-os); a stem that grows near the water to measure NT:3354 metreo (met-reh'-o); as to ascertain the size by a fixed standard of measure of the city, its gates, and its wall.
16 The city is laid out NT:2749 keimai (ki'-mahee), and stretched as a square NT:5068 tetragonos (tet-rag'-o-nos); with four corners; its length is as great as its breadth. And he measured NT:2563 kalamos (kal'-am-os); in the form of a stem that grows near the water to measure NT:3354 metreo (met-reh'-o); using the fixed standard of measure of the city with the reed: twelve thousand furlongs NT:4712 stadion (stad'-ee-on); a fixed measure of a racecourse of 7,920,015.7 feet or 1,500.003 miles. Its length, breadth, and height are equal.
17 Then he measured NT:3354 metreo (met-reh'-o); using the fixed standard of measure of its wall: one hundred- and forty-four-cubits NT:4083 pechus (pay'-khoos); the length of the forearm, 216 feet, according to the measure of a man, that is, of an angel.
18 The construction NT:1746 a enegko.; and materials of its wall was of jasper; and the city was pure gold, like clear glass.
19 The foundations NT:2310 themelios (them-el'-ee-os); the substruction of the building of the wall of the city were adorned NT:2885 kosmeo (kos-meh'-o); as put in order and decorated with all kinds of precious NT:5093 timios (tim'-ee-os); honored and valuable stones: the first foundation was jasper, the second sapphire NT:4552 sappheiros (sap'-fi-ros); lapis-lazuli gem a deep blue metamorphic rock, the third chalcedony NT:5472 chalkedon (khal-kay-dohn'); a microcrystalline type of quartz that is like copper, the fourth emerald,
20 the fifth sardonyx NT:4557sardonux (sar-don'-oox); the onyx gem, the sixth Sardis NT:4556 sardios (sar'-dee-os); a gem, the seventh chrysolite NT:5555 chrusolithos (khroo-sol'-ee-thos); that is yellow-gold, the eighth beryl NT:969 berullos (bay'-rool-los); a mineral composed of beryllium aluminum cyclosilicate, the ninth topaz NT:511 topazion (top-ad'-zee-on); a gem, the tenth chrysoprase NT:5556 chrusoprasos (khroo-sop'-ras-os); greenish-yellow, the eleventh jacinth NT:5192 huakinthos (hoo-ak'-in-thos); deep blue color, and the twelfth amethyst NT:271 amethustos (am-eth'-oos-tos); means to prevent intoxication.
21 The twelve gates NT:4440 pulon (poo-lone'); from NT:4439; are the winged folding entrance to the city were twelve pearls NT:3135 margarites (mar-gar-ee'-tace); from oysters: each individual gate was of one pearl. And the street NT:4113 plateia (plat-i'-ah); a wide-open square of the city was pure gold, like transparent glass.
22 But I saw no temple NT:3485 naos (nah-os'); that was Yahweh’s dwelling place not being in it, for the Master Yahweh NT:2316 theos (theh'-os); and Supreme Divinity Almighty NT:3841 pantokrator (pan-tok-rat'-ore); the all-ruling and universally Sovereign Elohim and the Lamb are its temple NT:3485 naos (nah-os'); and dwelling place.
23 The city had no need NT:5532 chreia (khri'-ah); or requirement of the sun or of the moon NT:4582 selene (sel-ay'-nay); in its brilliancy and attractiveness to shine in it, for the glory NT:1391 doxa (dox'-ah); of praise, and honor of Yahweh illuminated it. The Lamb is its light.
24 And the nations NT:1484 ethnos (eth'-nos); that was pagan and non-Jewish and of those who are saved shall walk in its light, and the kings NT:935 basileus (bas-il-yooce’); as the foundational sovereign kings of the earth bring their glory and honor into it.
25 Its gates shall not be shut at all by day (there shall be no night there).
26 And they shall bring the glory NT:1391 doxa (dox'-ah); of praise, and worship and the honor NT:5092 time (tee-may'); from NT:5099; of the highest degree of the nation’s NT:1484 ethnos (eth'-nos); that were pagan and non-Jewish into it.
27 But there shall by no means enter it anything that defiles NT:2839 koinos (koy-nos'); profanes or causes an abomination NT:946 bdelugma (bdel'-oog-mah); from NT:948; that are detestable acts of idolatry or a lie NT:5579 pseudos (psyoo'-dos); from NT:5574; through falsehood, but only those who are written NT:1125 grapho (graf'-o); with their deeds and description in the Lamb's Book NT:975 biblion (bib-lee'-on); a rolled-up scroll opened like a sheet of Life.