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And if we put bits into the mouths of horses to get them to obey us, then we guide their entire bodies. 1
They had breastplates 1 like iron breastplates, and the sound of their wings was like the noise of many horse-drawn chariots charging into battle.
Then 1 the winepress was stomped 2 outside the city, and blood poured out of the winepress up to the height of horses’ bridles 3 for a distance of almost two hundred miles. 4
For the power 1 of the horses resides 2 in their mouths and in their tails, because their tails are like snakes, having heads that inflict injuries.
cinnamon, spice, 1 incense, perfumed ointment, 2 frankincense, 3 wine, olive oil and costly flour, 4 wheat, cattle and sheep, horses and four-wheeled carriages, 5 slaves and human lives. 6
to eat 1 your fill 2 of the flesh of kings, the flesh of generals, 3 the flesh of powerful people, the flesh of horses and those who ride them, and the flesh of all people, both free and slave, 4 and small and great!”
Now 1 this is what the horses and their riders 2 looked like in my 3 vision: The riders had breastplates that were fiery red, 4 dark blue, 5 and sulfurous 6 yellow in color. 7 The 8 heads of the horses looked like lions’ heads, and fire, smoke, and sulfur 9 came out of their mouths.