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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Revelation 18:8


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    King James Bible - Revelation 18:8

    Therefore shall her plagues come in one day, death, and mourning, and famine; and she shall be utterly burned with fire: for strong is the Lord God who judgeth her.

    World English Bible

    Therefore in one
    day her plagues will come: death, mourning, and famine; and she will be utterly burned with fire; for the Lord God who has judged her is strong.

    Douay-Rheims - Revelation 18:8

    Therefore shall her plagues come in one
    day, death, and mourning, and famine, and she shall be burnt with the fire; because God is strong, who shall judge her.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Therefore shall her plagues come in one
    day, death, and mourning, and famine; and she shall be utterly burned with fire: for strong is the Lord God who judgeth her.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (8) -
    :10,17,19 Isa 47:9-11 Jer 51:6

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 18:8

    Por lo cual en un día vendrn sus plagas, muerte, llanto y hambre, y ser quemada con fuego; porque el Seor Dios es fuerte, que la juzgar.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Revelation 18:8

    Verse 8. Therefore shall her
    plagues come] Death, by the sword of her adversaries; mourning on account of the slaughter; and famine, the fruits of the field being destroyed by the hostile bands.

    Utterly burned with fire] Of what city is this spoken? Rome pagan has never been thus treated; Alaric and Totilas burnt only some parts with fire.

    Rome papal has not been thus treated; but this is true of Jerusalem, and yet Jerusalem is not generally thought to be intended.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 8. Therefore shall her plagues come in one day , etc.] The seven last plagues, which will be in a very little time executed upon her, very speedily and very quickly, one after another, if not all together; and particularly the fifth vial may be respected, as well as the plagues that follow; (see Isaiah 47:9) death ; not the second death, which will not be till after the decisive battle at Armageddon, when the beast will be taken, and cast alive into the lake which burns with fire and brimstone, which is the second death; but either the pestilence, which is called so, ( Revelation 6:8) or rather death by the sword, war, which will be brought upon her, and in which she and her children will be slain with the sword: mourning ; for the loss of her children, the destruction of the city of Rome itself, the seat of the beast, and for the darkness of his kingdom, the inhabitants of which shall be in such pain, as to gnaw their tongues for it: famine ; which generally attends war, at least sieges; and it looks as if Rome would be besieged awhile before it is destroyed, which will produce a grievous famine in it; this is opposed to her living deliciously, as well as the two former are to her notion of sitting a queen for ever, and knowing no sorrow: and she shall be utterly burnt with fire ; the burning of Rome has been attempted several times, by different persons, and has been burnt in part, but not wholly, (see Gill on Revelation 17:16) but now it will be entirely destroyed by fire; either by fire from heaven, as Sodom and Gomorrah were; or by fire breaking out of the earth, it being very manifest that there are volcanos, burning mountains, and subterraneous fires in those parts, which seem to be so many preparations in nature for the burning of that city; or rather by the ten kings, who will set fire to it; and it may be by all these ways. The Jews have a notion, that, at the coming of the Messiah, Rome will be burnt f410 , as Sodom has been; you will find, say they f411 , that of Sodom and of that kingdom (Rome, of which they are speaking, and which they afterwards call the fourth kingdom), it is decreed concerning them both, that they should be burnt with fire; of Sodom, ( Genesis 19:24) and of the fourth kingdom (Rome), ( Isaiah 34:9). for strong is the Lord God that judgeth her ; the Alexandrian copy reads, that has judged: and so the Syriac and Arabic versions; that is, has purposed and determined her destruction, and therefore it is unavoidable; he that has resolved upon it, and foretold it, and has condemned her to it, is the Lord God Almighty; and he is able to execute the sentence determined and pronounced, and it is impossible she should escape: it may be understood of Christ the mighty God, the Judge of quick and dead; (see Jeremiah 50:34).

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-8 - The downfall and
    destruction of the mystical Babylon are determined in the counsels of God. Another angel comes from heaven. This seems to be Christ himself, coming to destroy his enemies, and to shed abroad the light of his gospel through all nations. The wickedness of this Babylo was very great; she had forsaken the true God, and set up idols, an had drawn all sorts of men into spiritual adultery, and by her wealt and luxury kept them in her interest. The spiritual merchandise, by which multitudes have wickedly lived in wealth, by the sins and follie of mankind, seems principally intended. Fair warning is given to all that expect mercy from God, that they should not only come out of thi Babylon, but assist in her destruction. God may have a people even in Babylon. But God's people shall be called out of Babylon, and calle effectually, while those that partake with wicked men in their sins must receive of their plagues. (Rev 18:9-19)


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    8. Therefore shall her
    plagues come, etc. See Isa. xlvii. 8, 9.

    Who judgeth (o krinwn). Read krinav judged.



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