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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Revelation 22:3


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    King James Bible - Revelation 22:3

    And there shall be no more curse: but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it; and his servants shall serve him:

    World English Bible

    There will be no curse any more. The throne of God and of the Lamb will be in it, and his servants serve him.

    Douay-Rheims - Revelation 22:3

    And there shall be no curse any more; but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it, and his servants shall serve him.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And there shall be no more curse: but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it; and his servants shall serve him:

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    VERSE (3) -
    Re 21:4 De 27:26 Zec 14:11 Mt 25:41 Ge 3:10-13

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:3

    Y toda cosa maldita no ser ms; sino el trono de Dios y del Cordero estar en ella, y sus siervos le servirn.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Revelation 22:3

    Verse 3. No more
    curse] Instead of katanaqema, curse, the best MSS., versions, &c., read kataqema cursed person. As there shall be no more sinning against God, so there shall be no more curse of God upon the people; for they shall be all his servants, and serve him. Our first parents came under the curse by sinning against their Maker in paradise; these shall never apostatize, therefore neither they nor the earth shall be cursed.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 3. And there shall be no more
    curse , etc.] As there was in Eden, from whence a river came, and where was a tree of life; for there the serpent cursed for his concern in man's transgression, and the earth on account of it; but in this new earth, and paradisiacal state, and on the inhabitants of it, will be no curse; here will be no sin, the cause of the curse, nor pain and sorrow, nor death, corporeal, spiritual, and eternal, or the wrath of God, the several effects of sin, and parts of the curse; the curse of the law cannot here take place; for, besides the righteousness of Christ, which all in the new Jerusalem will be clothed with, and so be blessed and secure from the curse, they will be perfectly pure and holy in nature, and constant and complete in their obedience and service; they will always do the will of God on earth, as it is done in heaven; no accursed person, or anyone devoted to ruin and destruction, will be here; not the old serpent, the devil, he will be shut up in the bottomless pit; nor the blasphemous beast and false prophet, they will be taken and cast alive into the lake of fire before this time comes; no cursing, or accursed men will dwell here; not such who curse themselves, or the saints, or such who will be bid to depart as cursed, these will be destroyed in the general conflagration; nor will there be any anathema denounced against any person, for here wilt be no introducers of another Gospel, nor any that do not love the Lord Jesus Christ; nor will any be an anathema, or accursed from Christ, excommunicated from the church of Christ, for that will have no members deserving of that; none but what are pure and undefiled; (see Zechariah 14:11) but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it ; God himself will be there, his tabernacle will be among men; the name of this city will be Jehovah Shammah, the Lord is here; the pure and spotless Lamb of God, the Son of the Blessed, will be here, whose presence will make it an happy state; these will both have their throne, or seat, here; they will sit on one throne, being the one God over all, blessed for ever; this city will be the city of the great King, where his royal glory and majesty will be most illustriously displayed, and which will greatly make for the felicity of this state, and secure it from the curse: and his servants shall serve him : either the angels, who are ministering spirits, and the servants of God and of the Lamb; or the ministers of the Gospel, the servants of the most high God; or rather all the true followers of Christ, who shall be where he is, and serve him: both God and the Lamb, who are one in nature, though two distinct persons; wherefore serving them both is not serving two masters: and the service the saints will be employed in, in this state, will not be preaching the word, or attending on the ministry of it, or subjecting to ordinances, which will now be at an end, but celebrating the praises of God, adoring the perfections of his nature, ascribing the glory of every providence, and of all salvation to him, and magnifying the riches of his grace; and this they will perform in the most spiritual, fervent, and perfect manner, and that continually; (see Revelation 7:15).

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 1-5 - All
    streams of earthly comfort are muddy; but these are clear, an refreshing. They give life, and preserve life, to those who drink of them, and thus they will flow for evermore. These point to the quickening and sanctifying influences of the Holy Spirit, as given to sinners through Christ. The Holy Spirit, proceeding from the Father an the Son, applies this salvation to our souls by his new-creating love and power. The trees of life are fed by the pure waters of the rive that comes from the throne of God. The presence of God in heaven, in the health and happiness of the saints. This tree was an emblem of Christ, and of all the blessings of his salvation; and the leaves for the healing of the nations, mean that his favour and presence suppl all good to the inhabitants of that blessed world. The devil has n power there; he cannot draw the saints from serving God, nor can he disturb them in the service of God. God and the Lamb are here spoken of as one. Service there shall be not only freedom, but honour an dominion. There will be no night; no affliction or dejection, no paus in service or enjoyment: no diversions or pleasures or man's inventin will there be wanted. How different all this from gross and merel human views of heavenly happiness, even those which refer to pleasure of the mind!


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    3. Shall serve (latreusousin). See on
    Luke i. 74. Rev., do Him service. The word originally means to serve for hire. In the New Testament, of the worship or service of God in the use of the rites intended for His worship. It came to be used by the Jews in a very special sense, to denote the service rendered to Jehovah by the Israelites as His peculiar people. See Rom. ix. 4; Acts xxvi. 7; Heb. ix. 1, 6. Hence the significant application of the term to Christian service by Paul in Philip. iii. 3.


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