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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Revelation 19:13


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    King James Bible - Revelation 19:13

    And he was clothed with a vesture dipped in blood: and his name is called The Word of God.

    World English Bible

    He is clothed in a
    garment sprinkled with blood. His name is called "The Word of God."

    Douay-Rheims - Revelation 19:13

    And he was clothed with a
    garment sprinkled with blood; and his name is called, THE WORD OF GOD.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And he was clothed with a vesture dipped in blood: and his name is called, The Word of God.

    Greek Textus Receptus


    και
    2532 περιβεβλημενος 4016 5772 ιματιον 2440 βεβαμμενον 911 5772 αιματι 129 και 2532 καλειται 2564 5743 το 3588 ονομα 3686 αυτου 846 ο 3588 λογος 3056 του 3588 θεου 2316

    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (13) -
    Re 14:20 Ps 58:10 Isa 9:5; 34:3-8; 63:1-6

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 19:13

    y estaba vestido de una ropa teida en sangre; y su nombre es llamado LA PALABRA DE DIOS.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Revelation 19:13

    Verse 13. He was
    clothed with a vesture dipped in blood] To show that he was just come from recent slaughter. The description is taken from Isa. lxiii. 2, 3, where Judas Maccabaeus, or some other conqueror, is described.

    The Word of God.] Written in the Targum, and in other Jewish writings, yyd armym meimera daiya, "the word of Jehovah;" by which they always mean a person, and not a word spoken. See the notes on John i. 1, &c.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 13. And he was clothed with a vesture dipped in blood , etc.] Either in his own, by which he became the Saviour of his church and people; or else in the blood of his saints, he now comes to avenge; or rather in the blood of his enemies, with which he appears as stained, before the battle is fought, the victory being sure, and their slaughter unavoidable: the metaphor is taken from persons treading in a winepress, whose garments are stained with blood of grapes; (see Revelation 19:15 Genesis 49:11 Isaiah 63:1-3). Here may be also an allusion to the Roman general's vesture, which was sometimes purple or scarlet, in which he fought, as did Lucullus f428 . And his name is called the Word of God ; the name of Christ, often used by John in his Gospel, epistles, and in this book, ( John 1:1,14) ( 1 John 1:1 5:7 Revelation 1:2,9). Of the signification, reason, and import of this name, (see Gill on John 1:1). The reason why he is called by it here may be partly to express his greatness, glory, and majesty, this being a name which principally belongs to him, is a person, as the Creator of all things, and as previous to his incarnation; and partly because all the promises of God in his word, and which are all yea, and amen in Christ, will be now shortly fulfilled.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 11-21 -
    Christ, the glorious Head of the church, is described as on a whit horse, the emblem of justice and holiness. He has many crowns, for he is King of kings, and Lord of lords. He is arrayed in a vesture dippe in his own blood, by which he purchased his power as Mediator; and in the blood of his enemies, over whom he always prevails. His name i "The Word of God;" a name none fully knows but himself; only this we know, that this Word was God manifest in the flesh; but his perfection cannot be fully understood by any creature. Angels and saints follow and are like Christ in their armour of purity and righteousness. The threatenings of the written word he is going to execute on his enemies The ensigns of his authority are his name; asserting his authority an power, warning the most powerful princes to submit, or they must fal before him. The powers of earth and hell make their utmost effort These verses declare important events, foretold by the prophets. Thes persons were not excused because they did what their leaders bade them How vain will be the plea of many sinners at the great day! We followe our guides; we did as we saw others do! God has given a rule to wal by, in his word; neither the example of the most, nor of the chief must influence us contrary thereto: if we do as the most do, we must go where the most go, even into the burning lake __________________________________________________________________


    Greek Textus Receptus


    και
    2532 περιβεβλημενος 4016 5772 ιματιον 2440 βεβαμμενον 911 5772 αιματι 129 και 2532 καλειται 2564 5743 το 3588 ονομα 3686 αυτου 846 ο 3588 λογος 3056 του 3588 θεου 2316

    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    13. Dipped (bebammenon). The readings differ; some giving rJerantismenon sprinkled, others perirerammenon sprinkled
    round. Rev., sprinkled. Compare Isa. lxiii. 2, 3.

    The Word of God (o Logov tou Qeou). This name for our Lord is found in the New Testament only in the writings of John. It is one of the links which connects Revelation with John's other writings. Compare John i. 1-14; 1 John i. 1. Some object to this on the ground that, in the Gospel of John, the term is used absolutely, the Word, whereas here it is qualified, the Word of God, which the Evangelist nowhere employs, and in 1 John i. 1, the Word of life. But, as Alford observes: "It may be left to any fair-judging reader to decide whether it be not a far greater argument for identity that the remarkable designation oJ Logov the Word is used, than for diversity, that, on the solemn occasion described in the Apocalypse, the hitherto unheard adjunct of God is added." The idea of God which is represented here, underlies the absolute term the Word in John i. 1. It is further urged that in the Gospel oJ Logov is applied to the prehistoric Christ, while in this passage it is applied to the historic Christ. But the Dame of the historic Christ is that referred to in ver. 12, not in ver. 13. It is the name "which no one knoweth but He Himself," expressing the character of His whole redeeming work. The name in ver. 13 is that which belongs originally and essentially to Him.



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