19 0 19 0 0 19:10 I fell down before, etc: St. Augustine (lib. 20, contra Faust, c. 21) is of opinion, that this angel appeared in so glorious a manner, that St. John took him to be God; and therefore would have given him divine honour had not the angel stopped him, by telling him he was but his fellow servant. St. Gregory (Hom. 8, in Evang.) rather thinks that the veneration offered by St. John, was not divine honour, or indeed any other than what might lawfully be given; but was nevertheless refused by the angel, in consideration of the dignity to which our human nature had been raised, by the incarnation of the Son of God, and the dignity of St. John, an apostle, prophet, and martyr. 19 10 19 0 0 Content-type: text/html; charset=utf-8
¤ Chapter 19: The saints glorify God for his judgments on the great harlot. Christ's victory over the beast and the kings of the earth.