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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Revelation 19:1


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    King James Bible - Revelation 19:1

    And after these things I heard a great voice of much people in heaven, saying, Alleluia; Salvation, and glory, and honour, and power, unto the Lord our God:

    World English Bible

    After these things I heard something like a loud
    voice of a great multitude in heaven, saying, "Hallelujah! Salvation, power, and glory belong to our God:

    Douay-Rheims - Revelation 19:1

    After these things I heard as it were the
    voice of much people in heaven, saying: Alleluia. Salvation, and glory, and power is to our God.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And after these things I heard a great
    voice of many people in heaven, saying, Alleluia: Salvation, and glory, and honor, and power, to the Lord our God:

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Re 18:1-24

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 19:1

    ¶ Despus de estas cosas oí una gran voz de gran compaía en el cielo, que decía: Alelu-JAH. Salvacin y honra y gloria y potencia al Seor Dios nuestro,

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Revelation 19:1

    Verse 1. I heard a great
    voice of much people in heaven] The idolatrous city being destroyed, and the blood of the martyred saints being avenged, there is a universal joy among the redeemed of the Lord, which they commence with the word hy wllh Hallelu-Yah, praise ye Jah or Jehovah; which the Septuagint, and St. John from them, put into Greek letters thus: allhlouia, Allelou-ia, a form of praise which the heathens appear to have borrowed from the Jews, as is evident from their paeans, or hymns in honour of Apollo, which began and ended with eleleu ih, eleleu ie; a mere corruption of the Hebrew words. It is worthy of remark that the Indians of North America have the same word in their religious worship, and use it in the same sense. "In their places of worship, or beloved square, they dance sometimes for a whole night always in a bowing posture, and frequently singing halleluyah Ye ho wah; praise ye Yah, Ye ho vah:" probably the true pronunciation of the Hebrew hwhy , which we call Jehovah. See Adair's History of the American Indians.

    Salvation] He is the sole author of deliverance from sin; the glory of this belongs to him, the honour should be ascribed to him, and his power is that alone by which it is effected.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 1. And after these things , etc.] After the angel had declared the fall of Babylon, a voice from heaven had called the people of God out of her, and had ordered them to take vengeance on her; after the mournful lamentation of the kings, merchants, and seafaring men; after another voice had called upon the saints to rejoice at her overthrow, and a mighty angel had described the manner of it, and had expressed her ruin in the strongest terms, with the reasons of it, John heard the songs of the righteous, as follow: I heard a great voice of much people in heaven : not literally taken, for these are not the innumerable company of angels, who are never called people; nor the spirits of just men made perfect, or the souls of departed saints, but men on earth; wherefore heaven designs the church, as in ( Revelation 18:20) and frequently in this book; the people are the same with the 144000 seen with the Lamb on Mount Zion, ( Revelation 14:1) and with those on the sea of glass, who had got the victory over the beast, ( Revelation 15:2) and are no other than God's covenant people, who are given to Christ, and made willing to be his in the day of his power; and though they are but a seed, a remnant, a small company, when compared with the world and carnal professors; yet are a large body of themselves, especially they will be at this time, when the nation of the Jews shall be born at once, and the fulness of the Gentiles will be brought in: and their voice on this occasion, the downfall of Rome, is said to be great partly on account of their number, who will join together in acclamations of praise, and partly on account of their great affection and vehemency of spirit, which will be raised hereby: saying Alleluia ; an Hebrew word, which signifies praise ye the Lord. The Jews say f422 , that the book of Psalms consists of ten sorts of songs, but Hallelujah is the greatest of them, because it comprehends the name (Jehovah) and praise in one word: and it is observable that this word, which is often used in the Psalms, is first used when the Psalmist desires the utter consumption and destruction of sinners and wicked men on earth, and is here taken up by the saints at the destruction of the man of sin and son of perdition; (see <19A435> Psalm 104:35) and its being an Hebrew word shows that at this time the Jews will be converted, and that Jews and Gentiles will become one church state, and will worship and praise the Lord together; for the word is a call upon the saints to join together in solemn praise and thanksgiving; who is to be praised for the perfections of his nature, for the works of his hands, both of nature and grace; and for his righteous judgments on his and his church's enemies; and this is to be done in concert: salvation, and glory, and honour, and power, unto the Lord our God : salvation, temporal, spiritual, and eternal, is of God; salvation from antichristian power and tyranny, and from all enemies, and the everlasting salvation of the soul; and the glory of it belongs to all the three Persons; they are glorious in themselves, and deserve all glory to be ascribed to them by man, and especially by the saints: honour is also their due; God the Father is to be honoured because he is the Father, and the Son is to he honoured as the Father is, and the Holy Spirit is not to be grieved, but to be highly esteemed and valued, and equally with the other two Persons: and power belongs to them all, and is seen in the works of creation, redemption, and sanctification.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-10 - Praising
    God for what we have, is praying for what is yet further to be done for us. There is harmony between the angels and the saints in thi triumphant song. Christ is the Bridegroom of his ransomed church. Thi second union will be completed in heaven; but the beginning of the glorious millennium (by which is meant a reign of Christ, or a state of happiness, for a thousand years on earth) may be considered as the celebration of his espousals on earth. Then the church of Christ, being purified from errors, divisions, and corruptions, in doctrine discipline, worship, and practice, will be made ready to be publicl owned by him as his delight and his beloved. The church appeared; no in the gay, gaudy dress of the mother of harlots, but in fine linen clean and white. In the robes of Christ's righteousness, imputed for justification, and imparted for sanctification. The promises of the gospel, the true sayings of God, opened, applied, and sealed by the Spirit of God, in holy ordinances, are the marriage-feast. This seem to refer to the abundant grace and consolation Christians will receiv in the happy days which are to come. The apostle offered honour to the angel. The angel refused it. He directed the apostle to the true an only object of religious worship; to worship God, and him alone. Thi plainly condemns the practice of those who worship the elements of bread and wine, and saints, and angels; and of those who do not believ that Christ is truly and by nature God, yet pay him a sort of worship They stand convicted of idolatry by a messenger from heaven. These ar the true sayings of God; of Him who is to be worshipped, as one with the Father and the Holy Spirit.


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    1.
    Hallelujah (allhlouia). Hebrew. Praise ye the Lord. Only in Revelation and in this chapter. Fifteen of the Psalms either begin or end with this word. The Jewish anthem of praise (Psalm 104-109), sung chiefly at the feasts of the Passover and of Tabernacles, derived its title of the Great Hallel from the frequent use of that phrase.

    Honor. Omit. On the doxologies in Revelation, see on ch. i. 6.



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