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The whole town gathered by the door.
They will stand a long way off because they are afraid of her torment, and will say, “Woe, woe, O great city, Babylon the powerful city! For in a single hour your doom 1 has come!”
You are the light of the world. A city located on a hill cannot be hidden.
As he entered Jerusalem the whole city was thrown into an uproar, 1 saying, “Who is this?”
On the next Sabbath almost the whole city assembled together to hear the word of the Lord. 1
The city’s 1 wall is made 2 of jasper and the city is pure gold, like transparent glass. 3
not by earth, because it is his footstool, and not by Jerusalem, 1 because it is the city of the great King.
Then 1 the entire town 2 came out to meet Jesus. And when they saw him, they begged him to leave their region.
and from there to Philippi, 1 which is a leading city of that district 2 of Macedonia, 3 a Roman colony. 4 We stayed in this city for some days.
The 1 city was filled with the uproar, 2 and the crowd 3 rushed to the theater 4 together, 5 dragging with them Gaius and Aristarchus, the Macedonians who were Paul’s traveling companions.
With difficulty we sailed along the coast 1 of Crete 2 and came to a place called Fair Havens that was near the town of Lasea. 3
As for 1 the woman you saw, she is the great city that has sovereignty over the kings of the earth.”
saying, “Woe, woe, O great city – dressed in fine linen, purple and scarlet clothing, 1 and adorned with gold, 2 precious stones, and pearls –
Now when Jesus 1 realized what they were thinking, he said to them, 2 “Every kingdom divided against itself is destroyed, 3 and no town or house divided against itself will stand.
They got up, forced 1 him out of the town, 2 and brought him to the brow of the hill on which their town was built, so that 3 they could throw him down the cliff. 4
The whole city was stirred up, 1 and the people rushed together. 2 They seized 3 Paul and dragged him out of the temple courts, 4 and immediately the doors were shut.
Then 1 one powerful angel picked up a stone like a huge millstone, threw it into the sea, and said, “With this kind of sudden violent force 2 Babylon the great city will be thrown down 3 and it will never be found again!
Now 1 the city is laid out as a square, 2 its length and width the same. He 3 measured the city with the measuring rod 4 at fourteen hundred miles 5 (its length and width and height are equal).
The city does not need the sun or the moon to shine on it, because the glory of God lights it up, and its lamp is the Lamb.
The 1 great city was split into three parts and the cities of the nations 2 collapsed. 3 So 4 Babylon the great was remembered before God, and was given the cup 5 filled with the wine made of God’s furious wrath. 6