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: before God; and a to them were given seven trumpets. 3. And another angel came and stood at the altar, having a golden censer ; and there was given unto him much incense, that he should * offer it with the e prayers (Or, add it to the prayers] of all saints upon the golden altar, which was before the throne. 4. And the .f smoke of the incense which came with the prayers of the saints 3 ascended


before God, out of the angels hand. 5: And the angel took the censer and filled it with fire of the altar, and cast it * into [Or,upon] the earth: and there were h voices, and thundrings, and lightnings, and an earthquake. 6. And the seven angels which had the seven trumpets, prepared themselves to found. 7. The first angel founded, and there k followed hail and fire mingled with blood, and they were caft' upon the earth: and the third part of m trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up.

8. And the second angel founded, and as it were a great mountain 'n

great mountain n burning with fire was cast into the sea ; and the • third part of the sea

became See on Mat. 18. 10.

with him,an overflowing Rain ,and : 2 Chron. 29. 25, &c. He great Hailstones, Fire and Brimstone, fet the Levites in the House of 1.: Rev. 16. 2. The first went the Lord. And the Levites ftood and poured out his Vial upon the with the Instruments of David, s Earth.and the Priests with the Trum 111; Isa. 2. 13 [The Day of the pets. And when the Burnt-of

Lord of Hofts shall be] upon all fering began, the Song of the the Cédars of Lebanon, that are Lord began also with the Trum- high and lifted up, and upon all pets.

10 the Oaks of Bashan. 3. † Rev. 5. 8. -The four

8. "Jer. 51.25. Behold, I am Beasts and the four and 'twenty against thee, O destroying MounElders fell down before the Lamb, tain, faith the Lord, which dehaving every one of them Harps, stroyest all the Earth, and I will and golden Vials full of Odours, stretch out mine Hand upon thee,

5 which are the Prayers of Saints. and roll thee down from the Rocks, 4.* + Pfal. 141. 2. See on Luk.

and will make thee a burnt Moun.

tain. : Amos 7. 4. Thus hath 3 A&s 10. 4. -Thy Prayers and

the Lord God shewed unto me, thine Alms are come up for a Me and behold, the Lord God called morial before God.

to contend by Fire, and it devoured s. h + Rev. 16. 18. See on Rev. the great deep, and did eat up a 4. 5.

Part. : 2 Sam. 22.7, 8. :: A&ts 4. :: Jer. 51. 36, 44:

Behold, 31. See on Rev. 6. 12.

25 I will plead thy Cause, and take

i 7. ki. Ezek. 38. 22. I will Vengeance for thee, and I will plead against him with Pestilence, dry up her Sea, and make her Springs and with Blood, and I will rain up dry. And I will punilh Bel in on him, and upon his Bands, and Babylon, and bring forth out of upon the many people that are 30



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P became blood: 9. And the 9 third part of the creatures which were in the sea, and had life, died; and the third part of the ships were destroyed. 10. And the third angel founded, and there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it's fell upon

the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of wa

II. And the name of the star is u called Wormwood; and the a third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter. 12. And the fourth angel founded, and the third part of the sun was smitten, and the third part of the moon, and the third part of the stars ; so as the third part of them was darkned, and the day Thone not for a third part of it, and the night likewile. 13. And I beheld, and heard an angel - flying through the midst of heaven, saying with a loud voice, Wo, wo, to the inhabiters of the earth, by reason of the other voices of the trumpet of the three angels which are yet to found.


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his Mouth thao which he hath Behold, I will feed them, even swallowed up, and the Nations this People, with Wormwood, and shall not flow together any more give them Water cf Gall to drink, unto him, yea, the Wall of Baby Jer. 23. 15. Thus faith the Jon shallfall. : Rev. 16.3. The s Lord of Hosts concerning the Profecond angel poured cut his Vial phets, Behold, I will feed them upon the Sea, and it became as with Wormwood, and make them the Blood of a dead Man: and e drink the Water of Gall: for from very living Soul died in the Sea. the Prophets of Jerusalem is pro

p.: Ezek. 14. 19. Or if I send 10 faneness gone forch into all the Peftilence into that Land, and Land. - Amos 8. 10. I will turn pour out my Fury upon it in your Feasts into Mourning, and all blood, to cut off from it Man and

your Songs into Lamentation, and I B-aft.

will bring up Sackcloth upon all 9; 9: Rev. 16. 3. The Words , 5 Loins, and baldness upon every under ver. 8.

Head: and I will make it as the 10.!.:: Ifa. 14. 12. : Rev. 9. Mourning of an only Son, and the See on Rev. 6. 13.

end thereof as a bitter Day. s :: Rev. 16. 4. The third An.

13: 10. See on Mac gel poured out his Vial upon the 24. 29. Rivers and Fountains of Waters ; 13.C : Rev. 14. 6. I saw anoand they became Blood.

ther Angel Ay in the midst of Hea II. u:: Ruth 1.20. She said unto

Rev. 19. 17. I saw as them, Call me not Naomi, call me Angel sanding in the Sun.Mara : for the Almighry hath dealt


:: Rev. 9. 12. One Wo is past, very bitterly with me.

and behold there come owo Wali : Jer 9. 15. Thus faith the

more hereafter, :: Rev. 11. 14. Lord of Horts, the God of Israel,

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a star fall AND the fifth angel founded, and 1 faw.a

from heaven unto the earth: and to him was giv, in the key of the bottomless Pit. 2. And he opened he bottomless pit, and there arose a smoke out of the pit, as the smoke of a great furnace; and the sun and he air were darkned, by reason of the smoke of the pit. }. And there came out of the smoke a locusts upon the arth; and unto them was given power, e as the scorvions of the earth have power. 4. And it was commandd them f that they should not hurt the grass of the arth, neither any green thing, neither any tree; but ony those men which have not the & seal of God in their oreheads. 5. And to them it was given that they should 10t kill them, but that they should be tormented five nonths: and their torment pas as the torment of a scorvion, when he striketh a man. 6. And in those days hall men feek death, and shall not find it, and shall lefire to die, and death fhall flee from them. :he shapes of the locusts were like unto k horses prepa

red The second Wo is past, and behold ther shall be any more after it, e. he third Wo cometh quickly. Rev. ven to the Years of many Genera15. 1. I saw another Sign in Hea tions. The Earth shall quake be: jen great and marvellous, seven fore them, the Heavens shall tremAngels having the seven last s ble ; the Sun and the Moon shall be Plagues, for in them is filled up the dark, and the Stars shall with-drama Wrath of God.

their mining CH A P IX. .

3. d: Judg: 7. 12. The Midi, .:: Rev. 7. 8. 10. See on Rev. anites and the Amalekites, and all

1o the Children of the East, lay ao o't Luk. 8. 31. They befought long in the Valley like Grashoppers him that he wculd not com for Multitude. mand them to go into the deep.

e:: Ver. 10. : Rev. 17. 8. The Beast that thou f See on Rey. 6,6 lawest, was, and is not; and shall Ef See Exod. 12. 23. † Ezek.

15 ascend out of the bottomless Pit, and 9. 4. † Rev. 7.3. See on Rev. go into Perdition. Rev. 20. I, 2. 17. 3. I saw an Angel come down 5.h :: Rev. 11.7.

- The Beast from Heaven, having the Key of that afcendeth out of the bottom the bottomless Pit. And cast him 20 less Pit, shall make War against [the Devill into the bottomless Pit, them, and shall overcome them, and shut him up.

::: Ver. 2, II.

and kill them. : Ver. 10. 2... From Joel 2. 2, 10. A 6. i't Job 3. 21. + Ifa. 2. 19. Day of Darkness and Gloominefs, a of Rev. 6. 16. See on Luk. 23. Day of Clouds and of thick Darkness :25 30. a great People and a strong, there 7. * † Joel 2. 4. The appearance hath not been ever the like, neia



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red unto battle ; and on their heads were as it were crowns like gold, and m their faces were as the faces of men. 8. And they had hair as the hair of women, and their n teeth were as the teeth of lions. 9. And they had breast-plates, as it were breast-plates of iron; and the o sound of their wings was as the found of chariots of many horses running to battle. 10. And they had tails like unto scorpions, and there were stings in their tails : and their ? power' was to hurt men five months. 11. And they had a 9 king over them, which is the angel of the I bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name * A. pollyon [that is to say, a destroyer]. 12. One s wo is paft, and behold, there come two woes more hereafter

. 13. And the sixth angel sounded, and I heard a voice from the four horns of the golden-altar, which is before God, 14. Saying to the sixth angel which had the trumpet, Loose the four angels which are bound in the

great river Euphrates. 15. And the four angels were loosed, which were prepared * for [Or, at] an hour, and a day, and a month, and a year, for to slay the third part of men. .16. And the a number b of the army of

the of them is as the appearance of Hor their Face the People fhall be fes, and as Horsemen, fo fhall they much pained : all Faces fhall gae

ther blackness. They fhall run 1: Nah. 3. 17. Thy crowned like mighty Men, they shall climb are as the Locusts, and thy Captains 5 the Wall like Men of War, and as the great Grashoppers, which camp they shall march every one on his in the Hedges in a cold Day, but Ways, and they shall not break when the Sun ariseth they flee a their Ranks. way, and their place is not known Jo. P :: Ver. s. where they are.

9: Eph. 2. 2. See on Jch. . mt Dan. 7. 8. --Behold, in this

I 2. 31. Horn were Eyes like the Eyes of

r See on Ver. 1. Man, and a Mouth 1peaking great

on Rev. 8. 13: things.


:: Rev. 16. 12. The fixth 8. † Joel 1. 6. A Nation is 15 Angel poured out his Vial upon come up upon my Land, strong, the great River Fuphrates; and the and withouc Number, whose Teeth Water thereof was dried up, that are the Teeth of a Lion, and he hath the Way of the Kings of the Eaft the Cheek-teeth of a great Lion. might be prepared.

9. Joel 2.5, 6, 7. Like the 20 16. a :: Pfal. 68. 17. † Dan. 7. noise of Chariots on the Tops of See on Rev. 5. 11. Mountains tball they leap, like bi: Ezek. 38. 4. I will turi the noise of a flame of Fire that thee [Gog] back, and put Hocks devoureth the Stubble, as a strong into thy Chaws, and I will bring People fet in Battle-aray. Before 25




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ne horsemen were two hundred thousand thousand : and heard the number of them. 17. And thus I saw the orses in the vision, and them that fat on them, havig breast-plates of fire, and of jacinet, and brimstone: nd the c heads of the horses were as the heads of lions; nd out of their mouths issued fire, and 1moke, and rimstone. 18. By these three was the third part of len killed, by the fire, and by the smoke, and by the rimstone, which ilsued out of their mouths. 19. For heir power is in their mouth, and in their tails: for their tails were like unto serpents, and had heads, and ith them they do hurt. 20. And the rest of the men hich were not killed by these plagues, yet repented st of the works of their hands, that they should not orship f devils, and 6 idols of gold and silver, and brass, id stone, and of wood: which neither can see, nor hear, or walk : 21. Neither repented they of their murders, or of their h forceries, nor of their fornication, nor of heir thefts.


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ee forth, and all thine Army, he is the Tail. "Ses and Horsemen, all of them 20. ° :: Deut. 31. 29. -Evil othed with all forts of Armour, will befal you in the latter Days, en a great Company with Bucklers because ye will do Evil in the d Shields, all of them hand- 5 fight of the Lord, to provoke hin ig Swords.

to anger through the Work of 17.C.:: i Chron. 12. 8. Of the idites there separated themselves Lev. 17.7. + Deut. 32. 17. ito David, - Men of Might, and + Psal. 106. 37.

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I Cor. en of War fit for the Battle, that 10 10. 20. uld handle Shield and Buckler, 8 * Psal. 115. 4. Their Idols are hose Faces were like the Faces of Silver and Gold, the Work of Mens ons, and were as swift as the Roes Hands. * Pfal. 135. 15. The Idols on the Mountains. :: Isa. s.

of the Heathen are Silver and 329. Whose Arrows are sharp, 15 Gold, the work of Mens Hands. d all their bows bent, their Hor : Dan. 5. 23 - Thou hast praised hoofs fall be counted like Flint, the Gods of Silver and Gold, of d their Wheels like a whirlwind. Brass, Iron, Wood, and Stone, heir roaring shall be like a Lion, which see "not, nor hear, nor ey fhall roar like young Lions : 20 know : and the God in whole a, they shall roar and lay hold of Hand thy breath is, and whofe e Prey, and shall carry it away

are all thy Ways, haft chou noc e, and none shall deliver it.

glorified. d: Ifa. 9. 15. The ancient h : Rev. 22. 15. Wichout d honourable, he is the Head : 25 are Dogs and Sorcereri.d the Prophet chat teacketh lies,



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