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REVELATION 18 Pg 2

 

The kings of the earth bewail her

 

18:9 And the kings of the earth,

[1] who have committed fornication and

[2] [who have] lived deliciously with her,

[3] shall bewail her, and

[4] [shall] lament for her,

                        [a.] when they shall see

                                    [11.] the smoke of her burning,

18:10 Standing afar off

            [1] for the fear of her torment,

                        [a.] saying, Alas, alas

                         [11.] that great city Babylon [Babylon the great is a city],

                         [12.] that mighty city!

                         [13.] for in one hour (God's 7th vial of wrath has just been poured out Rev. 16:17)

                                                [aa.] is thy judgment come (Rev. 16:19).

 

The merchants of the earth weep and mourn

 

18:11 And the merchants of the earth

[1] shall weep and

[2] [shall] mourn over her;

[a.] for no man buyeth

                                    [11.] their merchandise any more:

18:12 The merchandise of [the greatest concentration of wealth ever assembled in the world]

[1] gold, and

[2] silver, and

[3] precious stones, and of

[4] pearls, and

[5] fine linen, and

[6] purple, and

[7] silk, and

[8] scarlet, and

[9] all thyine wood, and

[10] all manner vessels

                        [a.] of ivory, and

[11] all manner vessels of

                        [a.] most precious wood, and of

            [b.] brass, and

            [c.] iron, and

            [d.] marble,

18:13 And

[15] cinnamon, and

[16] odours, and

[17] ointments, and

[18] frankincense, and

[19] wine, and

[20] oil, and

[21] fine flour, and

[22] wheat, and

[23] beasts, and

[24] sheep, and

[25] horses, and

[26] chariots, and

[27] slaves, and

[28] souls of men.

18:14 And

[1] the fruits

                        [a.] that thy soul lusted after [every conceivable sin]

                                    [11.] are departed from thee, and

[2] all things

                        [a.] which were dainty and goodly

                                    [11.] are departed from thee, and

[3] thou shalt find them

                        [a.] no more at all.

 

18:15 The merchants

            [1] of these things,

[2] which were made rich

                        [a.] by her,

[2] shall stand afar off

                        [a.] for the fear

                                    [11.] of her torment,

[b.] weeping and

[c.] wailing,

18:16 And saying, Alas, alas,

            [1] that great city,

                        [a.] that was clothed

                        [11.] in fine linen, and

                        [12.] purple, and

                         [13.] scarlet, and

                        [14.] decked with gold, and

                        [15.] precious stones, and

                        [16.] pearls!

 

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