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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Revelation 22:7


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    King James Bible - Revelation 22:7

    Behold, I come quickly: blessed is he that keepeth the sayings of the prophecy of this book.

    World English Bible

    "Behold, I come quickly. Blessed is he who keeps the
    words of the prophecy of this book."

    Douay-Rheims - Revelation 22:7

    And, Behold I come quickly. Blessed is he that keepeth the
    words of the prophecy of this book.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    Behold, I come quickly: blessed is he that keepeth the sayings of the prophecy of this book.

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    VERSE (7) -
    :10,12,20

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 22:7

    Y he aquí, vengo presto: Bienaventurado el que guarda las palabras de la profecía de este libro.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 7. Behold, I come quickly , etc.] These are the
    words not of the angel, but of Christ, as is manifest from ( Revelation 22:12,16,20) and which are to be understood not of Christ's coming in his power to destroy Jerusalem, for this was past when John had these visions, and wrote this book; but of the second and personal coming of Christ to judgment, as is clear from ( Revelation 22:12) which though it will not be sooner than the time appointed, yet will be as soon as that time is come, and sooner than is generally expected by men. The Ethiopic version adds, as a thief, as in ( Revelation 16:15) and because the second coming of Christ is an affair of the utmost moment, and will be attended with events of the greatest consequence and importance, in which the visions of this book issue, a behold is prefixed to it, as a note of attention and admiration: blessed is he that keepeth the sayings of the prophecy of this book ; this book is a prophecy of things to come, and therefore cannot refer to the times of Jerusalem's destruction, which some interpreters make it chiefly to concern, for then it would be a narrative of things past; the sayings of it are the things contained in it; to keep these sayings is to read them with observation, to take notice of the accomplishment of them, so far as it has taken place, to keep them in mind and memory, to meditate upon them, and through the grace of God to steer the life and conversation according to the instructions, directions, and cautions here given; and such are blessed in life, and will be in death; they will die in the Lord, share in the first resurrection, and enter through the gates into the city.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 6-19 - The
    Lord Jesus spake by the angel, solemnly confirming the contents of this book, particularly of this last vision. He is the Lord God faithful and true. Also by his messengers; the holy angels showed the to holy men of God. They are things that must shortly be done; Chris will come quickly, and put all things out of doubt. And by the integrity of that angel who had been the apostle's interpreter. He refused to accept religious worship from John, and reproved him for offering it. This presents another testimony against idolatrous worshi of saints and angels. God calls every one to witness to the declarations here made. This book, thus kept open, will have effec upon men; the filthy and unjust will be more so, but it will confirm strengthen, and further sanctify those who are upright with God. Neve let us think that a dead or disobedient faith will save us, for the First and the Last has declared that those alone are blessed who do his commandments. It is a book that shuts out form heaven all wicked an unrighteous persons, particularly those who love and make lies therefore cannot itself be a lie. There is no middle place of condition. Jesus, who is the Spirit of prophecy, has given his churche this morning-light of prophecy, to assure them of the light of the perfect day approaching. All is confirmed by an open and genera invitation to mankind, to come and partake freely of the promises an of the privileges of the gospel. The Spirit, by the sacred word, and by convictions and influence in the sinner's conscience, says, Come to Christ for salvation; and the bride, or the whole church, on earth an in heaven, says, Come and share our happiness. Lest any shoul hesitate, it is added, Let whosoever will, or, is willing, come an take of the water of life freely. May every one who hears or read these words, desire at once to accept the gracious invitation. All ar condemned who should dare to corrupt or change the word of God, eithe by adding to it, or taking from it.


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    7. Keepeth (thrwn). A favorite word with John, occurring in his writings more frequently than in all the
    rest of the New Testament together. See on reserved 1 Pet. i. 4.

    Book (bibliou). Diminutive, properly a little book or scroll. See on writing, Matt. xix. 7; bill, Mark x. 2; book, Luke iv. 17.



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