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Chap. XV. I be interpretation of the white borje ; and be that Jat upon him; and
in what manner be went forth to conquer ; and what the bowe in his hand
Chap. XVIII. The interpretation of the pale horse; and him that fits thereon ;
and what is meant by hell that followeth bim.
cried unto God for vengeancë.
the place of the reprobates mall be.
Chap. XXIV. What is meant by the rivers and fountains of waters being made
bitter ; and how those that drank of them died.
but a third part of her only; and what is meant by the moon and stars being
fmitten; and how a third part of them did not shine, nor give light in the night.
Chap. XXIX. What the serpent is; and how they may be said to be the tail; and
bow they may be said to have stings; and how they do burt.
resemble the angels of the churches of Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos, and Thyatira ;
and what judgments did follow.
the angels of the churches of Sardis, Philadelphia, and Loadicea ; and how
plagues do follow át, and in the founding of their ministry.
and the beast's ten horns; and how they may both be said to have seven heads apeice.
devil, or serpent ; and how the seed of reason may be said to be in heaven.
bis feet being like the feet of a bear; and his mouth like the mouth of a lion;
and what is meant by his deadly wound being healed.
dwell in it; how the saints are not called the world; and how they mey know
a lamb; and what the two horns do fignify; and how those miracles he wrought
were counterfeit, and meer shadows.
and in the right hand; and how they may be said to have the name of the beast ;
and the number of his name.
to be fix hundred three score and fix, and yet but the number of a man.
those hundred forty and four thousand were who stood upon mount Sion with him;
with women ; and in what sense they may be called virgins ; and why the Jews
and kindred, and tongue, and people.
bylon expounded; and how men may be said to drink the wine of the wrath of
meant by the white cloud; and the crown of gold upon his head; and what is
Jerusalem ; and what the city is
heaven, as men may upon this earth, they being spiritual bodies.
the earth; and wbat angels they were that poured them out; and why they cre
as the angel of the laro did.
the waters of the soul of man are turned into blood in the Spiritual, as the
natural waters of Egypt were.
must drink their own blood; and what is meant by pouring out the vial upon the
Sun; and by scorching men with fire.
Chap. LII. How these three unclean spirits, like frogs, proceeded from one spirit,
and yet by their several operations and workings, they may be called three.
bow all the worship set up by them is false.
the dragon's mouth; and why it is called by the spirit, an unclean Spirit, like
they are cloathed in scarlet.
in freep's clothing; and how these three unclean spirits like frogs deceive one
another, and all people else.
how every stone may be said to weigh a talent; and how mingled with fire and
Chap. LXI. The interpretation of the beast that was, and is not, and yet is ; and
bow he may be called the eighth, and is of the seven; with other deep secrets.
the mount cins cre.
ing power one hour with the beast; and how they make war with the Lamb;
Chap. LXIV. How the ten borns received power from the beast to persecute tha
saints; and how the same ten kings received power from God to make the whore
defolate, to fulfil God's will; yet all but wicked kings, yet they did bis will.
and none could interpret it, but he that bath a commission from God.
lon; and how this Spiritual Babylon is called an habitation of devils, and a cage
the earth and all nations commited fornication with her.
drink her own blood; and what is meant by filling her cup and giving it her double
to drink; and what manner of famine and fire the fall be destroyed with.
Chap. LXIX. How the prophets and apostles are bid to rejoice over the destruction
of the great city, in that God hath avenged himself on her.
cannot find out the true God; but the feed of faith can find out God in all those
Babylon was destroyed; and the blood of prophets and saints is found in her.
praise unto God for the perpetual downfal of spiritual Babylon.
mighty thunderings; and how the saints are married unto God.
Chap. LXXIV. The interpretation of the garment of Christ down to the foot; and
his vesture dipt in blood, and what is meant by treading the wine-fat.
how they all sat upon white borses, and how Christ trode the fierceness of the
wine-press of Almighty God, and yet not his father's wrath.
power fignifies the false prophet ; and how they are both cast alive into a lake of
sword that came out of his mouth; with the end of the nineteenth chapter.
only God, who became very man, and yet was very God at the same time.
may be said to be compassed about in all the four quarters of the earth; and what
that fire is that came down from beaven.
phesy of this book of the revelation, and to all the scriptures ; and how the
sent of God.
bow be bath his part taken out of the book of life.