Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown
Behold—omitted by the three oldest manuscripts and most ancient versions.
I come quickly—the great incentive to persevering faithfulness, and the consolation under present trials.
that . . . which thou hast—"The word of my patience," or "endurance" (Revelation 3:10), which He had just commended them for keeping, and which involved with it the attaining of the kingdom; this they would lose if they yielded to the temptation of exchanging consistency and suffering for compromise and ease.
that no man take thy crown—which otherwise thou wouldst receive: that no tempter cause thee to lose it: not that the tempter would thus secure it for himself (Colossians 2:18).
Other Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown entries containing Revelation 3:11:
Song of Solomon 3:4
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