Seven bowls of wrath in Revelation

The seven bowls were a set of plagues mentioned in Revelation.  Each of the seven angels were given a golden bowl from the four living creatures.  Each bowl contained the seven last plagues bearing the wrath of God.  Each angel had a cup or bowl consisting of judgements full of the wrath of God.  These seven bowls were poured out on the wicked after the sounding of the seven trumpets.  The first bowl was poured out upon the earth that caused painful sores to break out upon all those bearing the mark of the beast.  The second bowl was poured out upon the sea, so that the sea turned to blood.  Every living creature in the sea died.  The third bowl was poured out upon the rivers and springs of water, so that they turned to blood.  The fourth bowl was poured out upon the sun.  The sun scorched the people, but they only cursed the name of God and did not repent.  The fifth bowl was poured out upon the throne of the beast.  A thick darkness overwhelmed the kingdom of the beast, but the wicked still did not repent.  The sixth bowl was poured out upon the Euphrates River.  The river dried up to allow the kings of the east to cross.  Three unclean spirits with the appearance of frogs came out of the mouths of the dragon, the beast, and the false prophet.  These demonic spirits worked miracles to gather the nations of the world to battle against the forces of good.  The seventh bowl was poured out into the air.  A voice from the throne said that it was done.  There was thunder and lightning, with an earthquake that destroyed the cities of the world and split the great city into three parts.  The islands and mountains were destroyed.  Heavy hailstones fell upon the earth, but the people continued to curse God.  They never repented.  Would you repent?

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