The fifth vial of wrath
16:10 And the
angel [messenger] poured out his vial upon the seat [throne] of the beast; and
 his kingdom was full of darkness; and
 they gnawed their tongues for pain,
 [they] blasphemed the God of heaven
[a.]because of their pains and their sores, and
 [they] repented not of their deeds.
16:12 And the
angel [messenger] poured out his vial upon the great river Euphrates; and
 the water thereof was dried up,
[a.] that the way of the kings of the east might be prepared.
 I saw three unclean spirits like frogs [come] out of
[a.] the mouth of the dragon, and out of
[b.] the mouth of the beast, and out of
[c.] the mouth of the false prophet. [the unholy trinity]
16:14 For they [the 3 unclean spirits] are the spirits of devils,
 working miracles,
 [which] go forth unto
[a.] the kings of the earth and
[b.] [the kings] of the whole world [system],
[c.] to gather them to the battle of that great day of God Almighty.
 I come as a thief.
 Blessed [is]
[a.] he that watcheth, and
[b] [he that] keepeth his garments, lest
[11.] he walk naked, and
[12.] they see his shame.
 into a place called in the Hebrew tongue Armageddon ["Armageddon" is Hebrew for "Mt. Megiddo", which is in Northern Israel. The valley of Megiddo (also referred to as the valley of Jehoshaphat; Joel 3:2, 12) is where the Battle of Armageddon is to be fought (c/p. Rev. 14:20; Zech. 12:11). See also: Ezekiel 38 and 39 is not the battle of Armageddon.]
16:17 And the
poured out his vial into the air;
 and there came a great voice
[a.] out of the temple of heaven,
[b.] from the throne,
saying, It is done.
 voices, and
 thunders, and
 lightnings; and there was
 a great earthquake (c/p. Rev. 6:12),
[a.] such as was not since men
[11.] were upon the earth,
[b.] so mighty an earthquake,
[c.] [and] so great.
 great city [Jerusalem (Zech.14:4)] was divided into three parts, and
 the cities of the nations fell: and
 great Babylon came in remembrance before God (Rev. 18:10),
[a.] to give unto her the cup
[11.] of the wine
[12.] of the fierceness
[13.] of his wrath.
 every island
[a.] fled away, and
 the mountains
[a.] were not found.
 there fell upon men
[a.] a great hail out of heaven,
[11.] [every stone] about the weight of a talent: and
[12.] men blasphemed God
[aa.] because of the plague of the hail;
[ab.] for the plague thereof
[111.] was exceeding great.
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