a mighty: This was to represent the violence of her fall, and that she should never rise again; which is further illustrated by varied emphatic expressions taken from the ancient prophets. But Rome is still standing and flourishing, and honoured by many nations as the metropolis of the Christian world; she still resounds with singers and musicians; she still excels in arts, which serve for pomp and luxury; she still abounds with candles, and lamps, and torches, burning even by day, as well as by night; and consequently this prophecy has not been, but remains to fulfilled.
Thus: Exo 15:5, Neh 9:11, Jer 51:63, Jer 51:64
and shall: Rev 18:22, Rev 12:8, Rev 16:20, Rev 20:11, Job 20:8, Psa 37:36, Eze 26:21, Dan 11:19
Reciprocal: Jos 6:21 - utterly 2Ki 21:13 - I will wipe Psa 85:5 - draw Pro 24:16 - but Isa 10:34 - by a mighty one Isa 13:20 - General Isa 14:23 - make Isa 21:9 - Babylon Isa 24:20 - and it Isa 25:12 - the fortress Isa 32:19 - the city shall be low Isa 34:11 - cormorant Isa 43:14 - For Isa 47:5 - silent Isa 47:9 - they shall come Isa 47:14 - there shall Isa 63:6 - I will bring Jer 43:9 - great Jer 49:18 - no man Jer 49:33 - a dwelling Jer 50:3 - which Jer 50:12 - a wilderness Jer 50:26 - destroy Jer 50:39 - General Jer 51:29 - every Jer 51:37 - become Eze 28:19 - thou shalt Eze 30:21 - it shall not Dan 4:30 - great Joe 3:2 - will plead Nah 2:10 - empty Zec 6:8 - quieted Rev 11:8 - the great Rev 14:8 - because Rev 16:10 - upon Rev 16:19 - the great Rev 17:5 - Babylon