Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her
sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues Rev.
Whoever are worthy the name, “My people,” will bear and obey
the Lord’s voice and come out of Babylon and “receive not of her
plagues”; because their obedience in fleeing out as soon as they see
Babylon’s real condition will prove that they were never in real
accord with her sins. Those who remain after seeing Babylon
and her blasphemous doctrines in the light now shining are reckoned
as endorsing the blasphemies and deserving the “plagues” most
thoroughly—as much as or more than the “tare” class of Babylonians,
because they have greater
Isa. 47:10; 48:20;
52:11; Jer.50:8; 51:6,9; 2.Cor. 6:17; 7:1; Zech. 2:7;
Gen.19:16,17,29; Luke 17:32; Matthew. 24:15-20; Jude23; Num. 16:21;
Rev. 16:19; 18:1-24.