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Revelation 1

Rev 1:1 The revelation of Anointed Jesus, which God gave him to show his slaves what must suddenly come to pass, shown through his commissioned Messenger to his slave John,
Rev 1:2 who testified to the word of God and the martyrdom of Jesus:
Rev 1:3 Blessed are both the reader and the hearer of the words of the prophecies, and those who keep a close watch over what is written in them, because the time is near.
Rev 1:4 John, to the seven Congregations in Asia. Favor and peace to you from the One who is, who was, and who is coming, from the seven spirits who are before his throne,
Rev 1:5 and from Anointed Jesus, the trustworthy martyr and firstborn from the dead, ruler of the kings of the earth who loves us and freed us from our failure by means of his blood,
Rev 1:6 making us a kingdom, priests to his God and Father; honor and mighty rule forever, absolutely!
Rev 1:7 Look! He is coming with the clouds and every eye will see him; those who pierced him and all the tribes of the earth will grieve. Yes, absolutely!
Rev 1:8 “I am the alpha and the omega,” says the Master, “the God who is, who was, and who is coming, the Almighty.”
Rev 1:9 I, John, your brother and joint partner in oppression, the Kingdom, and endurance with Jesus, was on the island called Patmos on account of the Word of God and the testimony of Jesus.
Rev 1:10 I was in the Spirit on the Master’s Day and heard behind me a loud voice as from a trumpet
Rev 1:11 saying, “Write down on a scroll what you see, and send it to the seven Congregations: Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea.”
Rev 1:12 I turned around to see what voice was talking to me, and I saw seven golden lampstands.
Rev 1:13 In the center of them was someone human-like, clothed in a full-length garment with a golden sash around his chest.
Rev 1:14 His head and hair were as white as wool or snow, and his eyes were like blazing fire.
Rev 1:15 His feet were like burnished copper that has been fired in a furnace, and his voice sounded like the rushing of great amounts of water.
Rev 1:16 In his right hand he held seven stars, and out of his mouth went a sharp, double-edged broadsword. His appearance was like the sun shining in all its brilliance.
Rev 1:17 When I saw him I dropped at his feet as if I were dead, but he placed his right hand on me and said, “Do not be afraid! I am the First and the Last,
Rev 1:18 the Living One who died, but look! I am alive forever, and I hold the keys of Death and Hades.
Rev 1:19 So then, write down what you’ve seen, what is now, and what is about to take place.
Rev 1:20 The secret meaning of the seven stars you saw in my right hand and the seven golden lampstands is this: the seven stars are the messengers of the Congregations, while the seven lampstands are the Congregations themselves.”
Rev 1:1 αποκαλυψις ιησου χριστου ἡν εδωκεν αυτω ὁ θεος δειξαι τοις δουλοις αυτου ἁ δει γενεσθαι εν ταχει και εσημανεν αποστειλας δια του αγγελου αυτου τω δουλω αυτου ιωαννη
Rev 1:2 ὁς εμαρτυρησεν τον λογον του θεου και την μαρτυριαν ιησου χριστου ὁσα ειδεν
Rev 1:3 μακαριος ὁ αναγινωσκων και οἱ ακουοντες τους λογους της προφητειας και τηρουντες τα εν αυτη γεγραμμενα ὁ γαρ καιρος εγγυς
Rev 1:4 ιωαννης ταις ἑπτα εκκλησιαις ταις εν τη ασια χαρις ὑμιν και ειρηνη απο ὁ ων και ὁ ην και ὁ ερχομενος και απο των ἑπτα πνευματων ἁ ενωπιον του θρονου αυτου
Rev 1:5 και απο ιησου χριστου ὁ μαρτυς ὁ πιστος ὁ πρωτοτοκος των νεκρων και ὁ αρχων των βασιλεων της γης τω αγαπωντι ἡμας και λυσαντι ἡμας εκ των ἁμαρτιων ἡμων εν τω αἱματι αυτου
Rev 1:6 και εποιησεν ἡμας βασιλειαν ἱερεις τω θεω και πατρι αυτου αυτω ἡ δοξα και το κρατος εις τους αιωνας των αιωνων αμην
Rev 1:7 ιδου ερχεται μετα των νεφελων και οψεται αυτον πας οφθαλμος και οἱτινες αυτον εξεκεντησαν και κοψονται επ αυτον πασαι αἱ φυλαι της γης ναι αμην
Rev 1:8 εγω ειμι το αλφα και το ω λεγειν κυριος ὁ θεος ὁ ων και ὁ ην και ὁ ερχομενος ὁ παντοκρατωρ
Rev 1:9 εγω ιωαννης ὁ αδελφος ὑμων και συγκοινωνος εν τη θλιψει και βασιλεια και ὑπομονη εν ιησου εγενομην εν τη νησω τη καλουμενη πατμω δια τον λογον του θεου και την μαρτυριαν ιησου
Rev 1:10 εγενομην εν πνευματι εν τη κυριακη ἡμερα και ηκουσα οπισω μου φωνην μεγαλην ὡς σαλπιγγος
Rev 1:11 λεγουσης ὁ βλεπεις γραψον εις βιβλιον και πεμψον ταις ἑπτα εκκλησιαις εις εφεσον και εις σμυρναν και εις περγαμον και εις θυατειρα και εις σαρδεις και εις φιλαδελφειαν και εις λαοδικειαν
Rev 1:12 και επεστρεψα βλεπειν την φωνην ἡτις ελαλει μετ᾽ εμου και επιστρεψας ειδον ἑπτα λυχνιας χρυσας
Rev 1:13 και εν μεσω των λυχνιων ὁμοιον υἱον ανθρωπου ενδεδυμενον ποδηρη και περιεζωσμενον προς τοις μαστοις ζωνην χρυσα
Rev 1:14 ἡ δε κεφαλη αυτου και αἱ τριχες λευκαι ὡς εριον λευκον ὡς χιων και οἱ οφθαλμοι αυτου ὡς φλοξ πυρος
Rev 1:15 και οἱ ποδες αυτου ὁμοιοι χαλκολιβανω ὡς εν καμινω πεπυρωμενης και ἡ φωνη αυτου φωνη ὑδατων πολλων
Rev 1:16 και εχων εν τη δεξια χειρι αυτου αστερας ἑπτα και εκ του στοματος αυτου ῥομφαια διστομος οξεια εκπορευομενη και ἡ οψις αυτου ὡς ὁ ἡλιος φαινει εν τη δυναμει αυτου
Rev 1:17 και ὁτε ειδον αυτον επεσα προς τους ποδας αυτου ὡς νεκρος και εθηκεν την δεξιαν αυτου επ εμε λεγων μη φοβου εγω ειμι ὁ πρωτος και εσχατος
Rev 1:18 και ὁ ζων και εγενομην νεκρος και ιδου ζων ειμι εις τους αιωνας των αιωνων και εχω τας κλεις του θανατου και του ἁδου
Rev 1:19 γραψον ουν ἁ ειδες και ἁ εισιν και ἁ μελλει γενεσθαι μετα ταυτα
Rev 1:20 το μυστηριον των ἑπτα αστερων οὑς ειδες επι της δεξιας μου και τας ἑπτα λυχνιας τας χρυσας οἱ ἑπτα αστερες αγγελοι των ἑπτα εκκλησιων εισιν και αἱ ἑπτα λυχνιας αἱ ἑπτα εκκλησιαι εισιν