Euphrates: Symbolical in the Symbolisms of the Apocalypse
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Revelation 9:14
Saying to the sixth angel which had the trumpet, Loose the four angels which are bound in the great river Euphrates.
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Revelation 16:12
And the sixth angel poured out his vial on the great river Euphrates; and the water thereof was dried up, that the way of the kings of the east might be prepared.
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Euphrates: A River in the Garden of Eden

Euphrates: Casts the Scroll Containing the Prophecies Against Babylon Into

Euphrates: On the Banks of, Jeremiah Symbolically Buries his Sash

Euphrates: Pharaoh-Necho, King of Egypt, Made Conquest To

Euphrates: Symbolical in the Symbolisms of the Apocalypse

Euphrates: Symbolical: The Inundations of, of the Extension of the Empire of Assyria

Euphrates: The Eastern Limit of the Kingdom of Israel

The Euphrates: A Branch of the River of Eden

The Euphrates: Assyria Bounded By

The Euphrates: Babylon Situated On

The Euphrates: Called: The Flood

The Euphrates: Called: The Great River

The Euphrates: Called: The River

The Euphrates: Captivity of Judah Represented by the Marring of Jeremiah's

The Euphrates: Egyptian Army Destroyed At

The Euphrates: Extreme Eastern Boundary of the Promised Land

The Euphrates: Frequented by the Captive Jews

The Euphrates: Often Overflowed Its Banks

The Euphrates: Prophecies Respecting Babylon Thrown Into, As a Sign

The Euphrates: Shall be the Scene of Future Judgments

The Euphrates: Waters of, Considered Wholesome

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