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(Job 38:17; Psalm 139:8; Proverbs 5:11). destruction — the abode of destruction, that is, of lost souls. Hebrew, Abaddon
(Revelation 9:11). no covering — from God‘s eyes.
Hell — (Psalm 16:10). destruction — or, “Abaddon
,” the place of the destroyer. All the unseen world is open to God, much more men‘s hearts.
of horses — (Revelation 9:7). Not literal, but figurative locusts. The fifth trumpet, or first woe, in the parallel passage (Revelation 9:1-11), cannot be literal: for in Revelation 9:11 it is said, “they had a king over them, the angel of
But — How graciously, after necessary censure, He returns to praise for our consolation, and as an example to us, that we would show, when we reprove, we have more pleasure in praising than in fault-finding. hatest the deeds — We should
And — so Syriac. But A, B, and Aleph, omit “and.” had — Greek, “have.” a king
which is the angel — English Version, agreeing with A, Aleph, reads the (Greek) article before “angel,”
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Monday, January 16th, 2017
the Second Week after Epiphany