Hisgalus 21 Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB)
21 And I saw Shomayim Chadashim (New Heavens) and Eretz Chadasha (a New Earth), for the shomayim harishonah (the first heaven) and haaretz harishonah (the first earth) were passed away, and there is no longer any Yam (Sea).
2 And I saw the Ir Hakodesh, the Yerushalayim HaChadasha coming down and descending out of Shomayim from Hashem, having been made ready as a Kallah adorned for her Ba’al (Husband). [NECHEMYAH 11:18; YESHAYAH 52:1]
3 And I heard a kol gadol (loud voice), a Bat Kol from the Kisse (Throne) saying, "Hinei, The Mishkan of Hashem is with men, and He shall tabernacle with them, and they shall be His people, and Hashem Himself shall dwell among them. [SHEMOT 25:8; DIVREY HAYAMIM BAIS 6:18; YECHEZKEL 48:35; ZECHARYAH 2:10]
5 And said the One sitting on the Kisse (Throne), "Hinei, I make all things chadash." And He says, “Write, for these dvarim are ne’emanim and amittiyim.”
6 And He said to me, "It is finished! I am the Alef and the Tav, the Reshit and the Ketz. To the one thirsting I will give of the Ma’ayan (Fountain) of Mayim Chayyim (Water of Life) freely. [YESHAYAH 55:1]
7 “The one who wins the nitzachon (victory), shall inherit these things and I will be his G-d and he will be to Me beni (my son). [SHMUEL BAIS 7:14]
8 “But for those of morech lev (cowardliness) and those without emunah (faith) and the ones having become vile and ratzchaniyot (murderers) and zonim (fornicators) and mekhashfim (sorcerers) and ovdei haelilim (idolaters) and all the shakranit (liars), their chelek [see Yn 13:8] will be in the Agam (Lake) burning with Eish (fire) and Gofrit (sulfur), which is HaMavet HaSheyni (the Second Death).” [TEHILLIM 5:6; YESHAYAH 66:24]
9 And one of the shivat hamalachim having the sheva ke’arot (bowls) being full of the last sheva makkot (plagues), came and spoke with me, saying "Bo! I will show you the Kallah of the SEH” (Lamb, SHEMOT 12:3; YESHAYAH 53:7 Moshiach).
10 And he carried me away in the Ruach Hakodesh onto a great and high mountain, and showed me the Ir Hakodesh, Yerushalayim, descending and coming down out of Shomayim from Hashem, [YECHEZKEL 40:2]
12 Having a great and high wall, having Shneym Asar She’arim (Twelve Gates), and at the She’arim (Gates), Shneym Asar malachim (Twelve angels), and SHEMOT (Names) were inscribed on them, which are the shemot (names) of the Shneym Asar Shivtei HaBnei Yisroel (Twelve Tribes of the Bnei Yisroel). [YECHEZKEL 48:30-34]
13 There were shloshah she’arim (three gates) on the mizrach (east), there were shloshah she’arim on the tzafon (north), and shloshah she’arim on the darom (south) and shloshah she’arim on the ma’arav (west).
14 And the wall of the Ir Hakodesh had Shneym Asar Foundation Stones, and on them were the Shneym Asar shemot (names) of the Shneym Asar Shlichim of the SEH (Lamb, SHEMOT 12:3; YESHAYAH 53:7 Moshiach).
15 And the one speaking with me had a gold measuring rod, that he might measure the Ir Hakodesh and its she’arim (gates) and its wall. [YECHEZKEL 40:3]
16 And the city is laid out foursquare, shaped like a cube, and its length is as great as the width; and he measured the Ir Hakodesh with the rod across and it measured Shneym Asar (Twelve) thousand stadia (fifteen hundred miles); the length and the breadth and the height are equal.
17 And he measured its wall a hundred forty-four cubits (seventy-two yards) by man’s measurement, which is also that of the malachim.
18 And the wall was constructed of jasper and the Ir was pure zahav (gold) like clear glass.
19 The foundation stones of the wall of the city were adorned with every kind of precious stone, harishon (the first) foundation stone was jasper, hasheni (the second), sapphire, hashlishi (the third), chalcedony, harevi’i (fourth), emerald; [SHEMOT 28:17-20; YESHAYAH 54:11, 12; YECHEZKEL 28:13]
20 The fifth, sardonyx, the sixth, carnelian, the seventh, chrysolite, the eighth, beryl, the ninth, topaz, the tenth, chrysoprase, the eleventh, jacinth, the twelfth, amethyst.
21 And the Shneym Asar she’arim were Shneym Asar pearls, respectively each one of the she’arim was a single pearl. And the rekhov (street) of the city was pure zahav (gold), like transparent glass. [YESHAYAH 54:12]
23 And the city has no need of the shemesh (sun) nor of the levanah (moon) that they may shine in it, for the kavod (glory) of Hashem illumined it and its menorah is the SEH (Lamb, SHEMOT 12:3; YESHAYAH 53:7 Moshiach). [YESHAYAH 24:23; 60:19]
26 And the melachim will bring the kavod (glory) of the Nations into it.
27 And never may enter into it any thing tameh and anyone practicing to’evah (abomination) and sheker (falsehood), but only the ones having been written in the Sefer HaChayyim Shel HaSEH (the Book of Life of the Lamb, SHEMOT 12:3; YESHAYAH 53:7 Moshiach). [YESHAYAH 52:1; YOEL 3:17]