14 The name of the third ryuer is Hidekel, & it goth towarde the eastsyde of Assiria. And the fourth ryuer is Euphrates.
Bible verses about "the euphrates river" | Great
1 Kynge Balthazar made a great bancket to his thousand Lordes: with all these thousande he made great chere, 2 and when he was droncken with wyne commaunded to bring hym the golden and syluer vessels which hys father Nabuchodonosor had taken oute of the temple at Ierusalem: that the kynge & his Lordes with his quene and concubynes myght drincke therout. 3 So they brought the golden vessell, that was taken oute of the temple of the Lordes house at Ierusalem. Then the kynge and his Lordes with his quene and concubines droncke out of them. 4 They droncke wyne, and praysed theyr Idoles of golde, syluer, copper yron, wodde and stone. 5 In the very same houre there appeared fyngers, as it had bene of a mans hande writynge, ryght ouer agaynst the candelstycke vpon the playne wall in the kynges palace: & the kynge sawe the palme of the hande that wrote. 6 Then chaunged the kynge his countenaunce, and his thoughtes troubled hym, so that the ioyntes of his body shoke, and hys knees smote one agaynst the other. 7 Wherfore the kinge cried myghtely, that they shulde brynge hym the charmers. Caldees and coniurers of deuels. The kynge spake also to the wyse men of Babylon, and sayde: Who so can rede this writing, & shewe me the playne meaning therof: shalbe clothed with purple, haue a cheyne of golde aboute his necke, and rule the thyrde part of my kyngdome. 8 Upon this, came all the kinges wyse men: but they coulde nether reade the writynge, ner shewe the kinge what it signifyed. 9 Then was the kynge sore afrayed, in so moch, that hys coloure chaunged, and his Lordes were sore vexed. 10 So by reason of this matter, that had happened to the kynge & his Lordes, the quene went vp herselfe into the bancket house, and spake vnto the kinge, sayinge: O kyng, God saue thy lyfe for euer. Let not the thoughtes trouble the, and let not thy countenaunce be chaunged. 11 For why? there is a man in thy kyngdome, that hath the sprete of the holy goddes within him, as it was sene in thy fathers dayes. He hath vnderstandynge and wysdome lyke the goddes. Ye the kynge Nabuchodonosor thy father made this man chefe of the sothsayers, charmers, Caldees and readers of destines: 12 because that soche an aboundaunt sprete, knowledge & wysdome (to expounde dreames, to open secretes, and to declare harde dowtes) was founde in him: yee, euen in Daniel, whom the kyng named Balthasar. Let this same Daniel be sente for, and he shall tell, what it meaneth. 13 Then was Daniel brought before the kynge. So the kinge spake vnto Daniel, and sayde. Art thou that Daniel, one of the presoners of Iuda, whom my father the kynge brought out of Iewry? 14 I haue heard speake of the, that thou hast the sprete of the holy goddes, experience and vnderstandinge, and that there hath bene greate wysdome founde in the. 15 Nowe haue there bene brought me, wise & conninge charmers, to reade thys wryting and to shewe me the meanynge therof. But they coulde not tell me, what thys matter signifyed 16 Then hearde I saye, that thou canst expounde darcke thynges, and declare harde doutes. Well than, yf thou canst reade thys wrytynge, & shewe me the meanynge therof thou shalt be clothed wt purple, haue a cheyne of golde aboute thy necke, and rule the thyrd parte of my kyngdome. 17 Daniel answered, & sayde before the kyng: As for thy rewardes, kepe them to thy selfe, or geue thy ryche gyftes to another: yet not the lesse, I will rede the wryting vnto the kyng, & shewe him the interpretacyon therof 18 O kynge heare. God the hyest gaue vnto Nabuchodonosor thy father, the dignitie of a kyng with worshyppe & honour, 19 so that all people, kinreddes & tunges stode in awe and feare of hym, by reason of the hye estate, that he had lent hym. For why, he slewe whom he wolde: he smote, whom it pleased him. Agayne: whom he wolde, he set vp: and whom he lyst, he put downe. 20 But because his hert was so proude, and his stomack set so fast vnto wylfulnesse: he was deposed from his kyngly trone, & hys magesty was taken from hym. 21 He was shut out from amonge men, hys herte was lyke a beastes herte, and hys dwellynge was with the wylde asses: he was fayne to eate grasse lyke an oxe, & hys body was wet with the dewe of the heauen, tyll he knewe, that the hyest had power vpon the kyngdomes of men and setteth ouer them, whom he lyst. 22 And thou his sonne (O Balthazar) for all this, hast not submytted thyne herte, though thou knewest all these thinges: 23 but hast magnifyed thy selfe aboue the Lorde of heauen, so that the vessels of hys house were brought before the: that thou, and thy Lordes? with thy quene and concubynes, myght dryncke wyne therout. And hast praysed the Idoles of syluer and gold, copper and yron, of wodd and stone. As for the God in whose hande consysteth thy breth and all thy wayes: thou hast not loued hym. 24 Therfore is the palme of thys hande sent hyther from hym, to token vp this wryting. 25 And this is the scripture, that is written vp: Mane, Thetel, Phares. 26 Nowe the interpretacion of the thynge is this: Mane, God hath nombred the kyngdome, and brought it to an ende: 27 Thetel, thou art weyed in the balaunce, and art founde to lyght: 28 Phares, thy kyngdome it delt in partes, and geuen to the Medes and Perses. 29 Then commaunded Balthazar, to cloth Daniel wyth purple, to hange a cheyne of golde aboute hys necke, and to make a proclamacyon concernynge hym: that he shulde be the ruler of the thyrde parte of hys kyngdome. 30 The very same night was Balthazar the kynge of the Caldees slayne, 31 and Darius out of Medea toke in the kyngdome, beynge .lxii. yeare of age.
2 And thou Bethleem Ephrata, art lytle amonge the thou sandes of Iuda, Out of the shal come vnto me, which shal be the gouernoure in Israel: whose out goynge hath bene from the begynning, & from euerlastynge.
1 The reuelacyon of Iesus Christ which God gaue vnto him, for to shewe vnto hys seruauntes, thynges whych muste shortely come to passe. And whan he had sent, he shewed by hys Angell vnto his seruaunt Iohn, 2 which bare recorde of the worde of God, and of the testymony of Iesus Christ, and of all thynges that he sawe. 3 Happy is he that readith, and they that heare the wordes of the prophesy, and kepe those thynges which are written therin. For the tyme is at hande. 4 Iohn to the seuen congregacions in Asia. Grace be vnto you and peace, from him which is and which was, and which is to come, & from the seuen spretes which are before his trone, 5 & from Iesus Christ, which is a faythfull wytnes, & fyrst begotten of the deed: & Lorde ouer the kynges of the erth. Unto him that loued vs, and wesshed vs from oure synnes in hys awne bloude, 6 & made vs kynges and Prestes vnto God his father, be glory and dominion for euermore. Amen. 7 Beholde, he cometh with cloudes, & all eyes shall se him, & they also which pearsed him. And all kynredes of the erth shall wayle. Euen so: Amen. 8 I am Alpha and Omega, the begynnyng and the endynge, sayth the Lorde almyghty, which is and which was, and which is to come. 9 I Iohn youre brother, and companion in tribulacion, and in the kyngdome & pacience in Iesu Christ, was in the yle that is called Pathmos, for the worde of God, and for the witnessing of Iesu Christ: 10 I was in the sprete on a sondaye, & herde behynde me a great voyce, as it had bene of a trompe, 11 sayinge: I am Alpha and Omega, the fyrst and the laste. That thou seyst, wryte in a boke, and sende it vnto the seuen congregacions which are in Asia, vnto Ephesus, & vnto Smyrna and vnto Pergamos, and vnto Thiatira, and vnto Sardis, & vnto Philadelphia, and vnto Laodicia. 12 And I turned backe to se the voyce that spake to me. And when I was turned: I sawe seuen golden candelstickes, 13 & in the myddes of the candelstickes, one lyke vnto the sonne of man, clothed with a lynnen garment downe to the fete, and gyrd about the pappes wt a golden gyrdle. 14 His heed, & his heares were whyte, as whyte woll, & as snowe and hys eyes were as a flame of fyre: 15 & hys fete lyke vnto brasse, as though they brent in a fornace, and his voyce as the sounde of many waters. 16 And he had in his ryghte hande .vii. starres. And out of his mouthe went a sharpe two edged swearde. And his face shone, euen as the sonne in his strength. 17 And when I saw him, I fell at his fete. euen as deed. And he layde his ryghte hande vpon me, saying vnto me: feare not. I am the fyrst & the laste, 18 & and am a lyue, and was deed. And beholde I am a lyue for euermore & haue the keyes of hell & of deeth. 19 Wryte therfore the thynges which thou hast sene, and the thynges which are, and the thinges which must be fulfylled here after: 20 the mistery of the .vii. starres which thou sawest in my ryght hande, and the .vii. golden candelstickes. The .vii. starres are the messengers of the .vii. congregacions, And the seuen candelstickes which thou sawest, are the seuen congregacyons.
24 All the places where on the soles of youre fete shall treade, shalbe youres, euen from the wildernesse and from Libanno, & from the ryuer Euphrates, euen vnto the vttemost see, shall youre coaste be.
4 from the wildernes & this Libanon vnto the greate ryuer Euphrates: all the lande of the Hethites, euen vnto the great see towarde the going downe of the sonne, shalbe youre coaste.
15 The Lorde also shall cleue the tunges of the Egypcians see, & with a myghtie wynde shall he lyft vp his hande ouer Nilus, and shall smyte hys seuen streames, and make men go ouer drye shod.
1 Thus sayth the Lord vnto me: go thy waye, & get me a lynnen breche, & gyrde it aboute thy loynes, & let it not be wet. 2 Then I got me a breche, accordynge to the commaundement of the Lorde, and put it aboute my loynes. 3 After this the seconde tyme, the Lorde spake vnto me agayne. 4 Take the breche that thou hast prepared & put about the, & get the vp, & go vnto Euphrates & hyde it in a hole of the rock. 5 So went I, & hydd it at Euphrates, as the Lord commaunded me. 6 And it happened longe after this, that the Lorde spake vnto me. Up, & get the to Euphrates, and fet the breche from thence, which I commaunded the to hyde there. 7 Then went I to Euphrates, & dygged vp, & toke the breche from the place where I had hyd it: & beholde, the breche was corrupt, so that it was profitable for nothynge.
4 Upon the .xxiiij. daye of the first moneth, I was by the greate floude, called Tygris
18 In that same daye the Lorde made a couenaunte wt Abram sayinge: vnto thy seed haue I geuen thys lande, from the ryuer of Egypt, euen vnto the great ryuer the ryuer of Euphrates,
12 And the syxt Angell powred out his vyall vpon the gret ryuer Euphrates, & the water dryed vp, that the wayes of the kynges of the east shulde be prepared. 13 And I sawe thre vnclene spretes lyke frogges come out of the mouth of the dragon, & out of the mouth of the beast, & out of the mouth of the false Prophete. 14 For they are the spretes of deuyls, workyng myracles, to go out vnto the kynges of the erth and of the whole world, to gathre them to the battayle of that gret daye of God almyghty. 15 Beholde, I come as a thefe. Happy is he that watcheth, and kepeth hys garmentes, lest he walke naked, and men se hys fylthynes.
14 sayinge to the syxt Angell, which had the trompe: Lose the foure Angelles, which are bounde in the grete ryuer Euphrates.
10 And out of Eden, there went forth a riuer to water the garden. And from thence it was deuyded, and became into foure heades. 11 The name of one is Pison. The same is it that compasseth the whole lande of Hauilah, 12 where there is golde. And the golde of that lande is good. There is also Bdelliun, and the onix stone. 13 The name of the second ryuer is, Gihon: the same is it that compasseth the whole lande of Ethiopia. 14 The name of the third ryuer is Hidekel, & it goth towarde the eastsyde of Assiria. And the fourth ryuer is Euphrates.
12 And the syxt Angell powred out his vyall vpon the gret ryuer Euphrates, & the water dryed vp, that the wayes of the kynges of the east shulde be prepared.