f. The Sixth Trumpet -- The Second Woe:
Further Judgment on Men --
Two Hundred Million Horsemen
Killing the Third Part of Men
12 The 1afirst woe has passed; behold, 2btwo woes are yet coming after these things.
13 And the sixth angel trumpeted, and I heard a voice out of the four horns of the 1agolden altar which is before God
14 Saying to the sixth angel who had the trumpet, Release the four angels who are bound at the great river aEuphrates.
15 And the four angels were released, who had been prepared 1for the hour and day and month and year that they might kill the athird part of men.
16 And the number of the armies of 1horsemen was two hundred million; I heard their number.
17 And thus I saw the horses in the vision and those sitting on them, having breastplates of afire and of hyacinth and of bbrimstone; and the heads of the horses were like the heads of lions, and out of their mouths proceed fire and csmoke and brimstone.
18 By these three aplagues the third part of the men were killed, by the fire and the smoke and the brimstone proceeding out of their mouths.
19 For the power of the horses is in their mouth and in their atails; for their tails are like 1bserpents and have heads, and with them they harm men.
20 And the rest of the men, who were not killed by these plagues, still did anot 1repent of the bworks of their hands, so as not to cworship the demons and the didols of gold and silver and brass and stone and wood, which can 2neither see nor hear nor walk;
21 And they did anot repent of their murders or of their bsorceries or of their cfornication or of their thefts.