Revelation 22:6 Commentary - The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges
The Confirmation of the Promise; the Error of the Seer, Rev 22:6-11
6. And he said unto me ] Who speaks? the angel of Rev 21:9, or “He that sitteth upon the throne,” as in Rev 21:5-8, or Christ as in Rev 22:16? Probably, an angel speaks in the name of Christ: and this leads St John to fancy, as once before, that the angel is himself a divine person.
These sayings ] Better, words the phrase (except that the copula “are” is not expressed) is verbatim the same as in Rev 21:5.
of the holy prophets ] Read, of the spirits of the prophets: for the phrase, cf. 1Co 14:32.
to shew unto his servants &c.] Rev 1:1.
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