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REVELATION

 

Chapter 16

 

16:1 And (kai) I heard (ēkousa) a great (megalē) voice (phōnēs) out (ek) of the (tou) holy place (naou), saying (legousēs) to the (tois) seven (hepta) messengers (angelois), “Get underway (hupagete) and (kai) pour out (ekcheete) the (tas) seven (hepta) bowls (phialas) of the (tou) passion (thumou) of the (tou) God (theou) into (eis) the (tēn) land (gēn).”

 

The First Messenger

 

16:2 And (kai) the (ho) first (protōs) [messenger] went away (apēlthen) and (kai) poured out (execheen) the (tēn) bowl (phialēn) of it (autou) into (eis) the (tēn) land (gēn).  

 

And (kai) it caused itself to become (egeneto) a malicious (kakon) sore (helkos), and (kai) an evil one (ponēron) upon (epi) the (tous) mortals (anthrōpous);

 

[upon] the ones (tous) holding (echontas) the (to) character (charagma) of the (tou) wild animal (thēriou), and (kai) [upon] the ones (tous) bowing to4352 (proskunountas) the (tē) icon (eikoni) of it (autou).

 

The Second Messenger

 

16:3 And (kai) the (ho) second (deuteros) [messenger] poured out (execheen) the (tēn) bowl (phialēn) of it (autou) into (eis) the (tēn) sea (thalassan).

 

And (kai) it caused itself to become (egeneto) as (hōs) blood (haima) of a dead one (nekrou).  

 

And (kai) every (pasa) soul (psuchē) of life (zōēs) died away (apethanen), the ones (ta) in (en) the (tē) sea (thalassē).

 

The Third Messenger

 

16:4 And (kai) the (ho) third (tritos) [messenger] poured out (execheen) the (tēn) bowl (phialēn) of it (autou) into (eis) the (tous) rivers (potamous), and (kai) the (tas) fountains (pēgas) of the (tōn) waters (hudatōn).  

 

And (kai) it caused itself to become (egeneto) blood (haima).

 

16:5 And (kai) I heard (ēkousa) the (tou) messenger (angelou) of the (tōn) waters (hudatōn) saying (legontos), “You are (ei) the one (ho) being (ōn) a righteous one (dikaios), and (kai) the one (ho) [who] was being (ēn) the (ho) hallowed one (hosios), because (hoti) you judged (ekrinas) these things (tauta);

 

16:6 because (hoti) they poured out (exechean) blood (haima) of holy ones (hagiōn), and (kai) of prophets (prophētōn), and (kai) you have given (dedōkas) blood (haima) to them (autois) to drink (piein).  

 

They are (eisin) ones worthy (axioi) [of it]!

 

16:7 And (kai) I heard (ēkousa) [the messenger] of the (tōn) altar (thusiastēriou) saying (legontos), “Yes (nai) Lord (kurie), the (ho) God (theos), the one (ho) all powerful (pantokratōr), true (alēthinai) and (kai) righteous (dikaiai) [are] the (hai) judgments (kriseis) of you (sou).”

 

The Fourth Messenger

 

16:8 And (kai) the (ho) fourth (tetartos) [messenger] poured out (execheen) the (tēn) bowl (phialēn) of it (autou) upon (epi) the (ton) sun (hēlion).

 

And (kai) [the bowl] was given (edothē) to it (autō) to burn (kaumatisai) the (tous) mortals (anthrōpous) in (en) fire (puri).

 

16:9 And (kai) great (mega) heat (kauma) burned (ekaumatisthēsan) the (hoi) mortals (anthrōpoi).

 

And (kai) they blasphemed (eblasphēmēsan) the (to) name (onoma) of the (tou) God (theou), the one (tou) having (echontos) authority (exousian) over (epi) the (tas) plagues (plēgas) of these (tautas).

 

And (kai) they absolutely did not repent (ou metenoēsan) to give (doumai) glory (doxan) to Him (autō)!

 

The Fifth Messenger

 

16:10 And (kai) the (ho) fifth (pemptos) [messenger] poured out (execheen) the (tēn) bowl (phialēn) of him (autou) upon (epi) the (ton) throne (thronon) of the (tou) wild animal (thēriou)

 

And (kai) the (hē) kingdom (basileia) of him (autou) caused itself to become (egeneto) darkened (eskotōmenē)

 

And (kai) they were being caused to chew (emasōnto) the (tas) tongues (glōssas) of them (autōn) out (ek) of the (tou) distress (ponou).

 

16:11 And (kai) they blasphemed (eblasphēmēsan) the (ton) God (theou) of the (tou) heaven (ouranou) out (ek) of the (tōn) distresses (ponōn) of them (autōn), and (kai) out (ek) of the (tōn) sores (helkōn) of them (autōn).

 

And (kai) they absolutely did not repent (ou metenoēsan) out (ek) of the (tōn) works (ergōn) of them (autōn)!

 

The Sixth Messenger

 

16:12 And (kai) the (ho) sixth (hektos) [messenger] poured out (execheen) the (tēn) bowl (phialēn) of it (autou) upon (epi) the (ton) river (potamon), the (ton) great one (megan), the (ton) Euphrates (Euphratēn), and (kai) the (to) water (hudōr) of it (autou) was dried out (exēranthē);

 

in order that (hina) the (hē) way (hodos) of the (tōn) kings (basileōn) may be made ready (hetoimasthē), the ones (tōn) from (apo) [the] rising up (anatolēs) of [the] sun (hēliou).

 

16:13 And (kai) I saw (eidon) [come] out (ek) of the (tou) mouth (stomatos) of the (tou) dragon (drakontos), and (kai) out (ek) of the (tou) mouth (stomatos) of the (tou) wild animal (thēriou), and (kai) out (ek) of the (tou) mouth (stomatos) of the (tou) false prophet (pseudoprophētou), three (tria) unclean (akatharta) spirits (pneumata), as (hōs) frogs (batrachoi);

 

16:14 because (gar) they are (eisin) spirits (pneumata) of little demons (daimoniōn), doing (poiounta) signs (sēmeia);

 

which (ha) are caused to go out (ekporeuesthai) over (epi) the (tous) kings (basileis) of the (tēs) whole (holēs) inhabited land (oikoumenēs) to bring them together (sunagagein autous) into (eis) the (ton) war (polemon), the (tēs) [war] of the (tēs) great (megalēs) day (hēmeras) of the (tou) God (theou), [the war] of the (tou) all powerful (pantokratoros) [God]!

 

16:15 “Behold (idou), I cause myself to come (erchomai) as (hōs) a thief (kleptēs)!  

 

A happy one (makarios) [is] the one (ho) being aroused (grēgorōn) and (kai) watchfully keeping (tērōn) the (ta) outer garments (himatia) of him (autou), in order that (hina) he may not walk around (mē peripatē) [as] a naked one (gumnos), and (kai) they may see (blepōsin) the (tēn) indecent behavior (aschēmosunēn) of him (autou).”

 

16:16 And (kai) he brought them together (sunēgagen autous) into (eis) the (ton) place (topon), the (ton) [place] being called aloud (kaloumenon) Hebraïstically (Hebraïsti), ‘Armageddon’ (Harmagedōn).

 

The Seventh Messenger

 

16:17 And (kai) the (ho) seventh (hebdomos) [messenger] poured out (execheen) the (tēn) bowl (phialēn) of it (autou) over (epi) the (ton) air (aera).  

 

And (kai) a great (megalē) voice (phōnē) came out (exēlthen) out (ek) of the (tou) holy place (naou), from (apo) the (tou) throne (thronou), saying (legousa), “It has come to pass (gegonen)!”

 

16:18 And (kai) star lights (astrapai), and (kai) noises (phōnai), and (kai) thunderings (brontai) caused themselves to come to pass (egenonto).

 

And (kai) a great (megas) earthquake (seismos) caused itself to come to pass (egeneto);

 

of which (hou) that-sized (tēlikoutos) earthquake (seismos) such as (hoios) [that] has absolutely not caused itself to come to pass (ouk egeneto) from (aph') [the time] a mortal (anthrōpos) caused himself to become (egeneto) upon (epi) the (tēs) land (gēs)!  

 

[It was] thusly (houtō) a great one (megas).

 

16:19 And (kai) the (hē) city (polis), the (hē) great one (megalē), caused itself to become (egeneto) into (eis) three (tria) parts (merē).

 

And (kai) the (hai) cities (poleis) of the (tōn) ethnics groups (ethnōn) fell (epesan)

 

And (kai) Babylon (Babulōn) the (hē) great (megalē) was remembered (emnēsthē) in sight (enōpion) of the (tou) God (theou), to give (dounai) to her (autē) the (to) cup (potērion) of the (tou) wine (oinou) of the (tou) passion (thumou) of the (tēs) anger (orgēs) of Him (autou).

 

16:20 And (kai) every (pasa) island (nēsos) fled (ephugen), and (kai) mountains (orē) were absolutely not found (ouch heurethēsan)!

 

16:21 And (kai) great (megalē) hail (chalaza), as (hōs) a talent (talantiaia), comes down (katabainei) out (ek) of the (tou) heaven (ouranou) upon (epi) the (tous) mortals (anthrōpous).  

 

And (kai) the (hoi) mortals (anthrōpoi) blasphemed (eblasphēmēsan) the (ton) God (theon), out (ek) of the (tēs) plague (plēgēs) of the (tēs) hail (chalazēs);

 

because (hoti) extremely (sphodra) great (megalē) is (estin) the (hē) plague (plēgē) of her (autēs).