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Sixth Edition, 1915
By Dr. John Thomas (first edition written 1861)



Chapter 15


Vol. 2 p. I l l



The Seventh Seal. Seventh Trumpet, Seventh Vial, and Seven Thunders from the manifestation of Christ and his Brethren as the Lamb in the midst of the 144,000 redeemed from the earth, to the full establishment of the Millennial Throne and Kingdom of David upon the utter destruction of Daniel's dreadful and terrible Fourth Beast; and the subjection of the first three, or the Lion, the Bear, and the Leopard.




The Little Open Scroll belongs to the Days of the Voice of the Seventh Trumpet, which are inclusive of "the Time of the End". From A.D. 1792 to the end of the "thousand and six hundred furlongs", or 40 years; A.D. 1908, or thereabouts. The events of this chapter are parallel with the Seventh Trumpet*.




1. And I saw another sign in the heaven, great and marvelous, Seven Angels having the Seven Last Plagues, for in them is filled up the wrath of the Deity.

2. And I saw as it were a glassy sea which had been mingled with fire; and the conquerors of the beast, and of his image, and of his sign, and of the number of his name, standing upon the glassy sea, having harps of the Deity.

3. And they sing the song of Moses, the servant of the Deity, and the song of the Lamb, saying, Great and marvelous are thy works, 0 Lord the Omnipotent Deity; just and true thy ways 0 King of the Saints!

4. Who shall not fear thee, O Lord, and glorify thy name? For thou only art absolutely pure (hosios): for all the nations shall come, and do homage before thee; because thy righteous judgments (dikajomata) have been made manifest.

5. And after all these things I saw and behold, the Nave of the Tabernacle of the Testimony had been opened in the heaven.

6. And the Seven Angels having the Seven Plagues came out from the Nave, having been clothed in linen, pure and bright, and girded around the breasts with golden girdles.

7.  And one of the four living ones gave to the seven angels seven golden vials full of the wrath of the Deity who lives for the aions of the aions.

8. And the Nave was full of smoke from the glory of the Deity and from his power: and no one was able to enter into the Nave until the seven plagues of the seven angels were fulfilled.

Apoc. 4:5; 5:5-14; 7:9-17; 10; 11:15-19; 13:10; 14; 15; 16:15-21; 17:14; 18; 19; 20:1-6,11-15; 21:8.




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