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6 Then I turned and raised my eyes and looked, and behold, four chariots were coming from between two mountains, and the mountains were mountains of bronze. 2 With the first chariot were ared horses, with the second chariot bblack horses, 3 with the third chariot white horses, and with the fourth chariot dappled horses—strong steeds. 4 Then I answered cand said to the angel who talked with me, “What are these, my lord?”
5 And the angel answered and said to me, d“These are four spirits of heaven, who go out from their estation before the Lord of all the earth. 6 1The one with the black horses is going to fthe north country, the white are going after them, and the dappled are going toward the south country.” 7 Then the strong steeds went out, eager to go, that they might gwalk to and fro throughout the earth. And He said, “Go, walk to and fro throughout the earth.” So they walked to and fro throughout the earth. 8 And He called to me, and spoke to me, saying, “See, those who go toward the north country have given rest to My hSpirit in the north country.”
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