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slain from foundation of the world, 219; great persecutor, 271; singular belief con-
141, 233, 234; sung by the hundred and
forty and four thousand, 234.
New, all things are so in New Jerusalem, 361,
Apocalypse, 127 ; on the six seals, 152, Isaiah, 358; by Apostle Peter, 358.
away all tears, 361; everything is made
new, 361; the inhabitants drink of the
enter not there, 363, 364; but the saved
only, 364; is a great city, 365 ; full of the
power of scorpions, 171 ; like horses pre- ihe Jasper stone, 365; it had a wall great
and high, 366; twelve gates, three on each
side, 366; twelve foundations, 366, 367;
its dimensions twelve thousand furlongs,
367 ; the wall like the jasper, 367; rich like
all manner of precious stones, 367, 368;
the gates were pearls, 368; the street was
pure transparent gold, 369; no temple
i herein, 363; save Jesus-a living temple,
369; no need of the sun, 368; for the
glory of God did lighten it, 368; the saved
only inhabit it, 369; gates shall not be
shut, 369; nothing that defileth can enter
in, 369; river of water of life runs through
it, 370; tree of life grows there, 370; no
curse there, 371; throne of God is there,
371; redeemed shall see his face, 372;
God shall give them light, 372.
Number of the beast, 229, 230.
Olive trees, (two,) 188.
One hour, meaning of, 307.
true miracles defended, 222—225; they Overcometh, meaning of, 93, 101, 111, 363.
Bible, 223, 224.
Parkhurst on the word Mystery, 289.
Pergamos, epistle to the church there, 102.
Philadelphia, epistle to the church there, 112,
“Pierced him," use of the expression, 81.
Pit, see Bottomless.
189; the seven last, 258; wrath of God
ed on spiritual Babylon, 302, 303; threat-
ened on those who should add to the word,
believers, 116; of believers no man knew, Plan of the Apocalypse, 67; four parts and con-
tents of each, 67; how the chapiers are
apportioned to each, 68; circumstantial
account of the divisions, 69–71; violated
Possession demoniacal, not taught in the Scrip | Shortly to come to pass, 73; Dr. Hammond
on the phrase, 73, 74; Professor Stuart, 74,
75, 76. See under Quickly.
Silence in heaven, 163,
Smoke, for gloom and darkness, 170; fills the
lem, the revelator's guide, 145, 146, 163, 245, 246, 306, 312.
Sinyrna, epistle to church there, 95--102.
Son of God, 105 ; of man, 84.
Song of Moses and the Lamb, 260.
115, 373, 375, 377, 378, 331. See, also, un. Sores, represent afflictions and judgments,
Souls of them that were slain, 149, 150.
Spirit, being in, 82, 124 ;s instructions of, 101.
Stars fall from heaven, 151, 166, 167, sig.
nify rulers, 201.
Stones, precious ; see under Precious.
Stuart, Professor, on speedy fulfilment of Apoc.
on the earth, 141 ; begins with power, struction of Jerusalem, 38,39; inconsistent
metaphorical use of heavenly bodies, 155;
on forty-two months, 186, 187; on Christ
coming quickly, 194, 195, 349, 375; on
the number of the beast, 229, 230; on pun-
ishment in presence of the Lamb, 242; on
the kings of the east, 276 ; on the phrase
Sun, metaphorical ise of, 151; third part
smitten, 167; fourth vial poured on, 274.
Sup with him, sense of, 121.
Supper, marriage, of the Lamb, 317; Lord's,
Synagogue of Satan, meaning of, 97, 114.
Tail of dragon, drew stars after it, 200, 201.
Temple, outward, or literal, 184; measured,
185; image of seen in heaven, 196, 262,
Ten days, meaning of, 99; ten horns, 184, 200,
213; ten kings, 184, 200, 213, 214.
Thief, Christ came like, 109, 278, 279.
Thigh, name written on, 321.
Thirst no more, 161.
329 ; casts water from his mouth, 210, 211. 157, 232: thousand years of church's pros-
angels with vials, 258, 267 ; seven candle Throne of Christ, 121, 122 ; throne set in hea-
ly; time no longer, 181.
Titles of Jesus. (Besides those put down under | Voices from heaven, 233.
other heads, see the following :) Faithful
342; on judging the quick and the dead,
healing leaves, 371 ; believers had right to white stone, 103; white throne, 343.
Whore, judgment of, 283; sat on a scarlet-
colored beast, 285; arrayed in magnifi-
cence, 286; signified the city of Rome,
Winds, metaphorical use of, 155, 156.
Wine of fornication, 239, 240, 284, 298; wine
twelve gates of do., 366; twelve thousand Wine-press of God's wrath, 284; sense of met-
Without the city, without the camp, use of the
Witnesses, the two, 187, 188.
Woe, woe, woe, 168; third cometh quickly,
into the wilderness, 202, persecuted by
the dragon, 209, 210.
out upon the earth, 267, 268; first vial Woodhouse on the number seven, 76; on the
Euphrates, 275; seventh into the air, 279. Wormwood, star by that name, 167.
Worship of Christ, 139, 140, 142; John's
splendid climax concerning, 143, 144, 159;
Wrath of the Lamb, 154; of God, came in his
judgments, 195, 196; on the earth, 195,
lion's roar, or as seven thunders, 179, 180; Zion, meaning of, 199, 232; Lamb stood on,
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