What is the measurement of the city?


"And the city lies foursquare, and the length is as large as the breadth: and he measured the city with the
reed, twelve thousand furlongs." Verse 16.
NOTE - The measure around it, as the words length and breadth imply, and as was the early
custom of measuring cities, is 12,000 furlongs. This is equal to 1,500 miles, 375 miles on each side,
making a perfect square. The area of this city is therefore 140,625 square miles, or 90,000,000 acres, or
3,920,400,000,000 square feet. Allowing 100 square feet to each person, or a space ten feet square, the city
would hold 39,204,000,000 persons, or twenty times the present population of the globe.

What closed this terrible scene?
For what work was this baptism to prepare them?
By what means may the mother bind the hearts of the loved ones at home together?
What did the goat with the notable horn represent?
Does the New Testament teach the same duty?
What effect did this answer have upon the Jews?
Whom will they be like?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle