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Bible Commentaries

Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament

Revelation 9

Introduction

1:1 place; (b-19) Aorist, lit. 'have taken place,' perhaps 'be accomplished.' signified (c-22) * Lit. 'made known by signs.'

Verse 1

9:1 to (f-18) Eis , as 'on,' ch. 8, ver. 5.

Verse 2

9:2 it (g-2) i.e. the star.

Verse 3

9:3 on (c-9) Or 'to,' eis , Matthew 12:20 .

Verse 4

9:4 who (a-27) Such as had this character. Hostis . as Matthew 7:24 .

Verse 10

9:10 power (b-11) Exousia , authority, title, to do it. see Matthew 10:1 .

Verse 11

9:11 Abaddon, (c-16) Destruction. see Job 26:6 ; Job 28:22 . Apollyon. (d-24) i.e. Destroyer.

Verse 12

9:12 passed. (e-5) Perhaps 'has passed away.'

Verse 18

9:18 men (f-10) Or 'of the men.'

Verse 19

9:19 power (g-3) Exousia . see ver. 10.

Verse 20

9:20 worship (h-25) See Note h, ch. 3.9.

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Darby, John. "Commentary on Revelation 9". "John Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament". https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/eng/dsn/revelation-9.html. 1857-67.