Their bodies will lie in the street of the great city,1 which is figuratively called Sodom2 and Egypt, where also their Lord was crucified.39
For three and a half days men from every people, tribe, language and nation4 will gaze on their bodies and refuse them burial.510
The inhabitants of the earth6 will gloat over them and will celebrate by sending each other gifts,7 because these two prophets had tormented those who live on the earth.
But after the three and a half days8 a breath of life from God entered them,9 and they stood on their feet, and terror struck those who saw them.
Then they heard a loud voice from heaven saying to them, "Come up here."10 And they went up to heaven in a cloud,11 while their enemies looked on.
At that very hour there was a severe earthquake12 and a tenth of the city collapsed. Seven thousand people were killed in the earthquake, and the survivors were terrified and gave glory13 to the God of heaven.1414
The second woe has passed; the third woe is coming soon.15
The seventh angel sounded his trumpet,16 and there were loud voices17 in heaven, which said: "The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ,18 and he will reign for ever and ever."1916
And the twenty-four elders,20 who were seated on their thrones before God, fell on their faces21 and worshiped God,
saying: "We give thanks22 to you, Lord God Almighty,23 the One who is and who was,24 because you have taken your great power and have begun to reign.2518
The nations were angry;26 and your wrath has come. The time has come for judging the dead,27 and for rewarding your servants the prophets28 and your saints and those who reverence your name, both small and great29-- and for destroying those who destroy the earth."