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The Revelation of St. John the Divine: The Holy Bible, King James Version

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Penguin 60s
Paperback, 56 pages
Published September 1st 1995 by Penguin (first published 1967)
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when reading this book in the bible, it makes me want the return of Christ more. i read this book over and over again. It may get confusing sometimes and you can't have anybody tell you what some of these stuffs mean. but it's a good book i love to read and rub it in Satan's face. We all know he hates that Book. after all, he's future is written right in their.
fun reading etc.
It makes more sense each time :)
Woe to you... for he that hath understanding...
This will take you far ;-)
Word to the wise, is all.

But Elton John? WTF? I think someone is having a bit of a crap joke...
Revelations is never easy for me to read, much less understand. I thought I'd try it again and see if it was easier this time...not so.
Very strange revelation... dont really know how to read it and what to think of it.
Read chapter 16 verse 16 and see what you think.
il delirio di un pazzo
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John of Patmos is the name given by some modern scholars to the author of the Book of Revelation, the apocalyptic text forming part of the New Testament. The text of Revelation states that the author is called John and that he lives on the Greek island of Patmos, where by some, he is considered to be in exile as a result of anti-Christian persecution under Roman emperor Domitian. Traditionally, th ...more
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Αποκάλυψις Ιωάννου Revelation 2 Book of Revelation Copy of a manuscript, supposed to be written by Saint John, found in the Island of Patmos, by an aged Christian, banished from his native country; translated from the Greek Book of Revelation 2 (Illustrated)

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