Apocalipse 20

1 And I saw a messenger coming down out of the heaven, having the key of the deep, and a chain great on the hand of himself.

2 And he seized the dragon, the serpent the old, who is an accuser and an adversary, and he bound him a thousand years,

3 and he cast him into the deep, and shut up and sealed over him, so that not he might deceive longer the nations, till might be ended the thousand years and after these it behooves him to be loosed a little time.

4 And I saw thrones; and they sat on them, and judgment was given to them; and the souls of those having been cut with an axe because of the testimony of Jesus and because of the word of the God, and who not worshipped the wild–beast not the image of him, and not received the mark on the forehead and on the hand of themselves; and they lived, and they reigned with the Anointed one the thousand years.

5 The but remaining ones the dead ones not lived till should be ended the thousand years. This the resurrection the first.

6 Blessed and holy the one having a portion in the resurrection the first; over such ones the second death not has authority, but they shall be priests of the God and of the Anointed one, and they shall reign with him a thousand years.

7 And when they may be ended the thousand years, shall be loosed the adversary out of the prison of himself;

8 and he shall go forth to deceive the nations those in the four corners of the earth, the Gog and the Magog, to assemble them for war, of whom the number of them as the sand of the sea.

9 And they went up on the breadth of the earth, and encircled the camp of the holy ones, and the city the beloved; and came down fire out of the heaven from the God, and ate up them;

10 and the accuser the one deceiving them, was cast into the lake of the fire and of the brimstone, where both the wild–beast and the false–prophets; and they will be tormented day and night for the ages of the ages.

11 And I saw a throne great white, and the one sitting on him, of whom from face fled the earth and the heaven, and a place not was found for them.

12 And I saw the dead cues, little ones and great ones, having stood in presence of the throne, and books were opened; and another book was opened, which is of the life; and were judged the dead ones out of the things having been written in the books, according to the works of them.

13 And gave up the sea the dead ones those in her, and the death and the invisible gave up the dead ones those in them; and were judged each one according to the works of themselves.

14 And the death and the invisible were cast into the lake of the fire; this the death the second is.

15 And if any one not was found in the book of the life having been written, was cast into the lake of fire.