Revelation 2:28

And I will give him the morning star.

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

And I will giue him the morning starre.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

and I will give him the morning star.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

and I will give him the morning star.
- American Standard Version (1901)

And I will give him the morning star.
- Basic English Bible

and I will give to him the morning star.
- Darby Bible

And I will give him the morning-star.
- Webster's Bible

and I will give him the Morning Star.
- Weymouth Bible

and I will give him the morning star.
- World English Bible

as a vessel of a pottere, as also Y resseyuede of my fadir; and Y schal yyue to hym a morewe sterre.
- Wycliffe Bible

and I will give to him the morning star.
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Revelation 2:28

2:28 I will give him the morning star - Thou, O Jesus, art the morning star! O give thyself to me! Then will I desire no sun, only thee, who art the sun also. He whom this star enlightens has always morning and no evening. The duties and promises here answer each other; the valiant conqueror has power over the stubborn nations. And he that, after having conquered his enemies, keeps the works of Christ to the end, shall have the morning star, - an unspeakable brightness and peaceable dominion in him.

People's Bible Notes for Revelation 2:28

Re 2:28 I will give him the morning star. The Morning Star is one of the titles of Christ. See Re 22:16. This, then, means that Christ will give them a fellowship with himself; they shall share his dominion.

Discussion for Revelation 2

  • Charles
    This is as close as you could get to the understanding and help of God if you will except it.
  • Manuelf324
    a good indication your backsliding or even saved is if your honest with yourself. IM I HERE ON EARTH TO PLEASE GOD OR MAN?
  • A disciple
    Of the Seven Churches chosen, only two of them were not fallen away and warned to repent; Smyrna and Philadelphia. All the rest, from Ephesus to Laodicea, none were ready for, or would be able to stand in, the quickly approaching evil days; and were in real danger of being turned away and denied entrance into the kingdom of God. Whom the Lord loves He rebukes in order to save them.
  • A disciple
    Anna (cont.); In the case of the Ephesians, it was apparently not love of the world or the things of the world that drew their hearts away; but maybe it was all the things that the Lord had blessed them with in their great victory and success and being without fault as to their religion? Daniel was also found perfect in everything pertaining to God; but he maintained the sacred inner life of love.
  • A disciple
    Hi Anna; Thank you for your thoughtful reply. The matter with the Ephesian Assembly was very important to have been named first in the warnings to the Christians against the imminent crisis set to bring about the completion of this age. In those who were by all measures first and leaders and exercising all piety among the Saints, "losing sight of and desire for our First Love" is inexcusable!
  • Anna
    A disciple: "How could their hearts have grown cold towards Jesus?" We can stop to study ourselves. The love of this world does this doesn't it. But what does that mean? How can we study ourselves in this matter? We must be awakened to this sin. We often seek thanks and awe from the world, we seek monetary and material riches, pride, garment ourselves in latest fashions and jewels.....

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