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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Revelation 14:12


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    King James Bible - Revelation 14:12

    Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus.

    World English Bible

    Here is the patience of the saints, those who keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus."

    Douay-Rheims - Revelation 14:12

    Here is the patience of the saints, who keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (12) -
    Re 13:10

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 14:12

    Aquí est la paciencia de los santos; aquí estn los que guardan los mandamientos de Dios, y la fe de Jess.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Revelation 14:12

    Verse 12. Here is the
    patience of the saints] Here the faith of the true Christians shall be proved; they will follow the Lamb whithersoever he goeth, they keep the commandments of God, and are steadfast in the faith of our Lord Jesus Christ.

    Sometimes h upomonh, patience or perseverance, is taken for the reward of these virtues; the text therefore may be thus understood: Here is the reward of the perseverance of the true Christians; for although they die for the testimony of Jesus, yet they shall be unutterably blessed. See the next verse.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 12. Here is the patience of the saints , etc.] That which has required their patience, and about which it has been exercised, what they have been patiently waiting for, namely, the destruction of antichrist; and now it will be come, and patience will have its perfect work; (see Revelation 13:10) here are they that keep the commandments of God ; and not the inventions of men, and the traditions of antichrist, but the ordinances of the Gospel, as they were at first delivered, without any adulteration and corruption; and who kept them because they were enjoined by God, and from a principle of love to him, and with a view to his glory: these are distinguished from the worshippers of the beast, and were preserved throughout the apostasy; these are the witnesses who will now be risen, and the remnant of the woman's seed, with whom the dragon made war by the beast: and these are the hundred and forty and four thousand who are before described; these will be in a very glorious and comfortable church state; the word will be purely preached, and the ordinances truly administered, and the doctrines of the Gospel will be heartily embraced and professed: it follows, and the faith of Jesus ; meaning either the grace of faith, of which Jesus is the object, author, and finisher; and which these saints will have from him, and exercise upon him in a very strong and comfortable manner; and which, and the profession of it, they will hold fast to the end; or else the doctrine of faith, concerning the person, office, and grace of Jesus Christ, the faith once delivered to the saints, which they will have contended for, stood fast in, and now will hold in a pure conscience: these seem to be the words of John, declaring the faith, patience, and obedience of the saints of these times.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 6-13 - The progress of the
    Reformation appears to be here set forth. The fou proclamations are plain in their meaning; that all Christians may be encouraged, in the time of trial, to be faithful to their Lord. The gospel is the great means whereby men are brought to fear God, and to give glory to him. The preaching of the everlasting gospel shakes the foundations of antichrist in the world, and hastens its downfall. If an persist in being subject to the beast, and in promoting his cause, the must expect to be for ever miserable in soul and body. The believer is to venture or suffer any thing in obeying the commandments of God, an professing the faith of Jesus. May God bestow this patience upon us Observe the description of those that are and shall be blessed: such a die in the Lord; die in the cause of Christ, in a state of union with Christ; such as are found in Christ when death comes. They rest from all sin, temptation, sorrow, and persecution; for there the wicke cease from troubling, there the weary are at rest. Their works follo them: do not go before as their title, or purchase, but follow them a proofs of their having lived and died in the Lord: the remembrance of them will be pleasant, and the reward far above all their services an sufferings. This is made sure by the testimony of the Spirit witnessing with their spirits, and the written word.


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    12. Here are they. Omit here are, and read, are, Rev., the
    patience of the saints, they that keep.

    The faith of Jesus. Which has Jesus for its object. 18. Blessed (makarioi). See on Matt. v. 3.

    From henceforth (ap arti). See on John xiii. 33. To be joined as in A.V. and Rev., with die in the preceding clause, and not with blessed, nor with the following clause. Not from henceforth saith the Spirit. The meaning is variously explained. Some, from the beginning of the Christian age and onward to the end; others, from the moment of death, connecting henceforth with blessed; others from the time when the harvest of the earth is about to be reaped. Sophocles says: "Show all religious reverence to the gods, for all other things Father Zeus counts secondary; for the reward of piety follows men in death. Whether they live or die it passeth not away" ("Philoctetes," 1441-1444).

    That they may rest (ina anapauswntai). See on Matt. xi. 28. The ina that gives the ground of the blessed.

    Labors (kopwn). From koptw to strike. Hence to beat the breast in grief. Kopov is, therefore, primarily, a smiting as a sign of sorrow, and then sorrow itself. As labor, it is labor which involves weariness and sorrow. Follow them (akolouqei met autwn). Rather, accompany. Rev., follow with them. Compare Matt. iv. 25; Mark iii. 7, etc. See on John i. 43.



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