Revelation 18:5

“For her sins have reached unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Revelation 18:5

For her sinnes haue reached vnto heauen, and God hath remembred her iniquities.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

for her sins have piled up as high as heaven, and God has remembered her iniquities.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

for her sins have reached even unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities.
- American Standard Version (1901)

For her sins have gone up even to heaven, and God has taken note of her evil-doing.
- Basic English Bible

for her sins have been heaped on one another up to the heaven, and God has remembered her unrighteousnesses.
- Darby Bible

For her sins have reached to heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities.
- Webster's Bible

For her sins are piled up to the sky, and God has called to mind her unrighteous deeds.
- Weymouth Bible

for her sins have reached to the sky, and God has remembered her iniquities.
- World English Bible

For the synnes of it camen `til to heuene, and the Lord hadde mynde of the wickidnesse of it.
- Wycliffe Bible

because her sins did follow -- unto the heaven, and God did remember her unrighteousness.
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible Commentary for Revelation 18:5

Wesley's Notes for Revelation 18:5


18:5 Even to heaven - An expression which implies the highest guilt.


People's Bible Notes for Revelation 18:5


Re 18:5 Her sins have reached unto heaven. They call therefore for God's remembrance of her iniquities in judgments.

Discussion for Revelation 18:5

  • When was the 1611 KJV revised to remove the apocrypha? The hank you, your site is very easy to use and an excellent source for research.
  • Chris - in Reply on Revelation 18:5
    To answer your question directly means I won't refer to the first & other previous occasions when the Apocryphal books were disputed. But to your question about the 1611 KJV, those books were present in that KJV version but removed later in AD 1885.

    They were considered as not Divinely inspired writings, having questionable origins, authors & whose canonicity (i.e. Scriptures that are accepted as standard & worthy) was doubtful. For example, the following references speak of money also being able to help in sin's atonement: Sirach 3:30, Tobit 4:10; 12:9; 14:11 & 2 Macc 12:41-45 (included prayer for the dead & purgatory). This speaks of also being saved by works: 1 Macc 2:52. The dead are praying: Baruch 3:4. And many more.

    The apostles of Christ nor Jesus, ever considered those writings as part of the body of Scripture though allusions to it were made a couple of times: e.g. 2 Tim 3:8 & Jude 14,15. Therefore, the Apocryphal books are not totally without Truth or useless, but they have sufficient spurious information that should make us cautious & particularly for someone unfamiliar with the Bible & its specific teachings on the accepted doctrines.


 

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