Second Angelís Message
governments to make religious laws, they are committing fornication and
are unfaithful to their true husband, Christ.
Rev. 17:3, 6. The mother church is represented
as guiding the civil power, and being drunk with the blood of martyrs.
Rev. 18:3. This union of church and state to be
Rev. 18:4. God calls His people out of Babylon;
all who refuse receive of her plagues.
- Heb. 10:32-34. Many rejected the first angelís
message and persecuted those who accepted it.
- Rev. 14:8. The second angel followed,
announcing the fall of Babylon.
- Rev. 17:5, 6. Babylon is the power that put to
death the martyrs of Jesus.
- Rev. 17:5, 18. Babylon represents an apostate
- Rev. 17:5. The term Babylon includes mother and
- Gen. 11:7, 9, margin. Babylon means confusion.
- Rev. 14:8. Lest any should doubt that Babylon
is fallen, it is repeated twice. Gen. 41:32. The daughters as well as
the mother are fallen.
- Rev. 18:1-5. The message repeated with greater
- Rev. 18:1. Great power attends the giving of
- Rev. 18:2. It is given when the "daughter
churches" have become wholly corrupt.
- Rev. 18:3. Unlawful connection with the nations
the crowning sin.
- 2 Cor. 11:2; Eph. 5:23. Christ is the head of
the church. When the churches appeal to the
Third Angelís Message