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REVELATION

CHAPTER 11

(3) The Temple Measured
and the Court Cast Out --
The Heavenly Temple Sanctified and Preserved
and the Earthly One Given to the Gentiles
11:1-2


1 And there was given to me a 1areed like a 1rod, and someone said, Rise and 2bmeasure the 3ctemple of God and the 4daltar and those who eworship in it.

2 And the 1acourt which is outside the 2temple cast out and do not measure it, because it has been given to the bGentiles, and they will trample the 3choly city for 4dforty-two months.


(4) The Two Witnesses -- Moses and Elijah
11:3-12


3 And I will 1cause My 2two awitnesses to prophesy a 3bthousand two hundred and sixty days, clothed in 4csackcloth.

4 These are the atwo 1olive trees and the two 2blampstands which stand before the cLord of the earth.

5 And if anyone desires to harm them, afire proceeds out of their mouth and devours their enemies. And if anyone desires to harm them, thus must he be killed.

6 These have the authority to ashut heaven that no brain may fall during the days of their prophecy; and they have authority over the waters to turn them into cblood and to smite the earth with every dplague as often as they desire.

7 And when they have completed their 1atestimony, the 2bbeast who comes up out of the cabyss will make dwar with them and will overcome them and kill them.

8 And their corpses will be on the street of the 1great acity, which spiritually is called 2bSodom and cEgypt, dwhere also their Lord was crucified.

9 And those of the apeoples and tribes and tongues and nations see their corpses for three and a half days, and they do not allow their bcorpses to be placed in a tomb.

10 And those who adwell on the earth rejoice over them and make merry; and they will send gifts to one another because these two prophets tormented those who dwell on the earth.

11 And after the 1three and a half days, the 2abreath of life out of God entered into them, and they 3stood on their feet; and great fear fell upon those beholding them.

12 And they heard a loud voice out of heaven saying to them, Come up here. And they 1awent up into heaven in the cloud, and their enemies beheld them.


(5) A Great Earthquake --
The Third Earthquake
Predicted in This Book
11:13


13 And in that hour there was a great aearthquake, and the tenth part of the 1bcity fell; and seven thousand 2men were killed in the earthquake, and the rest became terrified and gave cglory to the dGod of heaven.


h. The Seventh Trumpet --
The Eternal Kingdom of Christ,
the Third Woe Comprising the Seven Bowls,
the Judgment of the Dead,
the Giving of the Reward to the Prophets, to the Saints,
and to the God-fearing People,
and the Destruction of the Destroyers of the Earth
11:14-18


14 The second awoe has passed; behold, the 1bthird woe is coming quickly.

15 And the 1aseventh angel 2btrumpeted; and there were loud cvoices in heaven, saying, The 3dkingdom of the world has become the ekingdom of our Lord and of fHis Christ, and He will 4greign forever and ever.

16 And the atwenty-four elders who sit before God on their thrones fell on their faces and worshipped God,

17 Saying, We thank You, aLord God the Almighty, He who is and who was, because You have taken Your great bpower and have reigned.

18 And the anations became angry, and Your 1bwrath came, and the time came for the 2cdead to be judged, and the time to give the 3dreward to Your slaves the prophets and to the saints and to those who 4efear Your name, to the small and to the great, and to destroy 5those who destroy the earth.


i. The Scene in Heaven
after the Trumpeting of the Seventh Trumpet --
The Temple Opened and the Ark Seen
11:19

19 And the 1atemple of God which is in heaven was opened, and the bark of His covenant was seen in His 1temple; and there were clightnings and voices and thunders and an 2earthquake and great dhail.