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nd one fat on the throne. 3. And he that fat, was to ook upon like a jasper, and a fardine stone: and there as a f rainbow round about the throne, in fight like into an emerald. 4. And round about the throne were our and twenty feats: and upon the seats I saw four nd twenty s elders fitting, clothed in white raiment; nd they had on their heads crowns of gold. 5. And ut of the throne proceeded a lightnings, and thundrings, nd voices: And there were seven lamps of fire burn

ag before the throne, which are the m seven Spirits of iod. 6. And before the throne there was a sea of glass, ike unto chryftal: And in the midst of the throne, nd round about the throne, were • four beasts full of yes before P and behind. 7. And the first beast was

like 26. Above the Firmament that tered their Voices. Rev. 11. 19. as over their Heads, was the like There were Lightnings, and Iss of a Throne, and upon the Voices, and Thundrings, and an Earthkeness of the Throne was the like. quake, and great Hail. Rev. 14. efs as the Appearance of a Man s 2. I heard a Voice from Heaven, sove upon it: t Ezek. 101. I as the Voice of many Waters, and Joked, and behold, in the Firma as the Voice of a great Thunder.lent that was above the Head of † Rev. 16. 18. There were Voices, se Cherubims, there appeared o and Thunders, and Lightnings.

er them, as it were a Sapphire. 10 Rev. 19. 6. I heard as it were the 7

tone, as the appearance of the Voice of a great Multitude, and keness of a Throne.

as the Voice of manyWateřs,and as 3. f :: Ezek. 1. 28. As the Ap

the Voice of mighty Thundring's, sayarance of the Bow that is in the ing, Alleluia: for the Lord God loud in the Day of Rain, so was 15 Omnipotent reigneth. ie appearance of the brightness 1.•: Exod. 39. 23. He made his jund about.

Seven Lamps -of pure Gold. :? 4 & Ver. 10. Rev. 5. 8. --The

20. The Candlesticks our Beasts, and four and twenty El. with their Lamps, that they should ers fell down before the Lamb. burn after the manner before the

Rev. 11. 16. The four and twen Oracle of pure Gold. Zech. 4. Elders, which fat before God on 2. A Candlestick all of Gold, heir Seats, fell upon

their Faces, with a Bowl upon the Top of it, nd worshipped God. Rev. 19. 4: and his feven Lamps thereon, and und the four and twenty Elders, and seven Pipes to the seven Lamps.

25 ne four Beasts fell down and wor in † Rev. 5.6. See on Rev. uipped God that fat on the Throne, 1. 4. ying, Amen; Alleluia.

6. n :: Exod. 38. 8. He made 'n † Rev. 6. 11. † Rev.7.9, 14.

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like a lion, and the second beast like a calf, and the third beast had a face as a man, and the fourth bezit was like a flying eagle. 8. And the four beasts had each of them ' fix wings about him, and they were full of eyes s within ;: and * they rest not [Gr. they have no 'rest] day and night, saying, " Holy, holy, holy, Lord Godal mighty, which was, and is, and is to come. when those beasts give' glorý, and honour, and thanks to him that sat on the throne, c who liveth for ever and ever, 10. The d four and twenty elders fall down before him that fat on the throne; and worship him thit

liveth for ever and ever, and cast their f crowns by fore the throne, saying, 11. & Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory, and honour, and power : for thou haft ń created all things, and for thy pleasure they are, and were created.

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s :: Ver. 6. Man of the Children of Israel f Ifa. 6. 3. And one cried shall pitch by his own Standard another, and said, Holy, holy, bolyik with the Enlign of their Father's the Lord of Hofts, the whole House. On the East-lide towards 5 Earth is full of his Glory. the rising of the Sun, shall they of a : Rev. 1.8. I am Alpha the Standard of the Camp. of Judah Omega, the beginning and they pitch, &c. t Ezek. 1. 10. As ending the Almighty. for the Likeness of their Faces,

b. See on Rev. 1.4. they four had the Face of a Man, 10 9. C: Rev. I. 18. :: Rev. and the Face of a Lion on the right 14. See on Rom. 6.9. side, and they four had the Face of

See on Ver. 4. an Ox on the left side: they four also had the Face of an Eagle. :: Ezek. 19. 14. Every one, had 15 four Faces: the first Face was the

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CH A'p.' V. Face was the face of a Man, and the a † Ezek. 2.10. He spread third the Face of a Lion, and the [a Roll of a Book] before me, fourth the face of an Eagle. 20 it was written within and without

8. " * Ifa. 6. 2. Above it [the and there was writren therein L Throne] stood the Seraphims : mentations, and mourning, each one had fex Wings ; with twain he covered his Face, and b Ifa.8 16. Bind with twain he covered his Feet, 25 m ony, jea? chè Lam among and with twain he did fly.

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harps, and golden vials full of * odours [Or, incense], ņ which are the prayers of faints. And they 9.

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Thou Disciples. : Isa. 29. 11. The Vi- the Root and the Off-spring of fion of all is become unto you, as David.the Words of a Book that is sealed. 3.: Ver. 1. :: Rev. 6. 1.

Dan. 12.4. But thou, O Daniel, 6. + 1 Pet. 1. 19. See on Joh. shut up thy Words, and seal the s 1. 29. Book, even to the time of the † Zech. 3. 9. + Zech. 4. 10. end.

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I heard the a Lions Whelp ; from the Prey, my Voice of Harpers harping with their Son, thou art gone up: he stoop- Harps. ed down, he couched as a Lion, ni t Pfal. 141. 2. f Rev. 8. 3, 4. and as an old Lion; who shall rouse See on Luk. 1.10. him up ? The Sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a Lawgivasa pemasPal. 4o. 3. He hath put

a new song in my Mouth, even er from between his Feet, until Praise unto our God - Plal. 96. Shiloh come, and unto him thall 1. O sing unto the Lord a new Song: the gathering of the People be. sing unto the Lord all che Earch.

7 Isa. U. 1, 10. There shall 20 7 Rev.. 14. 3. They sung as ic come forth a Rod out of the Stem

Song before the of Jesle, and a Branch shall grow out Throne. Rev. 15. 3. They fing of his Roots. In that Day there the Song of Moses the Servant of 1hall be a Root of Jese, which shall God, and the Song of the Lamb, sayItand for an Ensign of the People. 25 ing, Great and marvellous are thy tRev. 22. 16, -1 [Jesus] amma

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blood, out of - every kindred, and tongue, and People, and nation; 10. And haft made us unto our God - kings and priests: and we thall reign on the earth. II. And I beheld, and I heard the voice of a many angels round about the throne, and the beasts, and the elders: and the number of them was ten thousand times ten thousand, and thousands of thoutands; 12. Saying with a loud voice, worthy is the Lamb' that was llain, to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, and strength, and honour, and glory, and blessing. 13. And d every creature which is in heaven, and on the earth, and under the earth, and such as are in the sea, and all that are in them, heard I, saying, e Bleffing, and honour, and glory, and power, be unto him that f fitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb for ever and e14. And the four beafts faid, Amen. And the

four Works, Lord God Almighty ; Kindred, and Tongue, and People. just and true are thy Ways, thou 10. " | Exod. 19. 6. † Rev. i. King of Saints.

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5 a Pfal. 68. 17. The Chariots rt i Cor. 6. 20. t 1 Cor.7.23. of God are twenty Thousand, e. + Eph. 1.7. of Col. 1. 14. i Pet. ven thousands of Angels. The Lord 1.18, 19. t 1 Joh. 1.7. + Rev. 14. is among them as in Sinai, in the 4. See on Afts 20. 28.

holy Place. .:: Dan. 7. 10. — 5. Dan. 4. 1. Nebuchadnezzar 10 Thousand thousands ministred unco the King, unto all people, Nations, him, and Ten thousand times tex and Languages that dwell in all the Thousand stood before him.-+ Heb. Earth. - Dan. 6. 25 Then

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14. II. could number of all Nations and Kin et i Chron. 29. 11.

+ Tim. -dreds, and people, and Tongues, stood 206. 16. Rev. 1.6. See on Rom. before the Throne, and before the Lamb.- : Rev. 11. 9. They of

Rev. 6. 16. Hide us the People, and Kindreds, and Tongues, from the Face of him that fietes' and Nations, fhail see their dead on the Throne, and from the Wrath Bodies, three Days and an half. 25 of the Lamb... Rev. 7. 10. .: Tev. 14. 6. L law another An- Salvation to our God which fit. gel fly in the midst of Heaven,

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one of the seals, and I heard as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts saying, Come, and see. 2. And I saw, and behold, a c white horse ; and he that sat on him had a d bow, and a • crown was given unto him, and he went forth conquering, and to conquer. 3. And when he had opened the f second seal, I heard the second beast say, Come, and fee. 4. And there went out another 8 horse that was red: and power was given to him that fat thereon, to take peace from the earth, and that they should kill one another: and there was given unto him a great sword. 5. And when he had opened the third seal, I heard the h third beast say, Come, and fee. And I beheld, and lo, a i black horse, and he' that fat on him had a pair of balances in his hand. 6. And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say, A (1) measure of wheat for a peny, and three measures of barley for a peny ; and see thou * hurt not the oyl and the wine.

Ff 2 and twenty Elders, and the four Priest. •: Rev. 14. 14. I looked, Beasts fell down and worshipped

and behold a white Cloud, and upGod that sat on the Throne, Say on the Cloud one sat, like unto ing, Amen, Alleluia.

the Son of Man, having on his : Rev. 4. 9. See on Rom. 6.9. S Head a golden Crown, and in his CH A P. VI.

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ners of the Earth, holding the four are sharp in the Heart of the Kings Winds ofthe Earth, that the Wind - Enemies ; whereby the People should not blow on the Earth, nor on fall under thee.

the Sea, nor on any Tree. Hurt e .:: Zech. 6. 11. Then take Sil. not the Earth, neither the Sea, nor ver and Gold and make Crowns, and 20 the Trees, till we have seal. set them upon the Head of Joshua, ed the Servants of God in their the Son of Josedech the high

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