Isaiah 5:22 The Six Woe’s of God, a parallel with 6 6 6. Only, in the Apocalypse this means short of perfect or incomplete. A reflection of the Jewish faith without Christ. Today’s 666 is the Church of Rome.
8 Woe to those who add house to house and join field to field until there is nowhere left and they are the sole inhabitants of the country.
11 Woe to those who get up early to go after strong drink, and stay up late at night inflamed with wine.
12 Nothing but harp and lyre, tambourine and pipe, and wine for their drinking bouts. Never a thought for the works of Yahweh, never a glance for what his hands have done.
13 That is why my people is in exile, for want of perception; her dignitaries starving, her populace parched with thirst.
14 That is why Sheol opens wide its throat and gapes with measureless jaw and down go her noblemen and populace and her loud revellers merry to the last!
15 Human nature has been humbled, humankind brought low, and the eyes of the proud have been humbled.
18 Woe to those who drag guilt along by the reins of duplicity, drag along sin as though with a cart rope;
19 to those who say, ‘Why doesn’t he do his work quickly so that we can see it; why doesn’t the Holy One of Israel’s design hurry up and come true so that we can experience it?’
20 Woe to those who call what is bad, good, and what is good, bad, who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness, who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.
21 Woe to those who think themselves wise and believe themselves enlightened.
22 Woe to those whose might lies in wine bibbing, their heroism in mixing strong drinks,
23 who acquit the guilty for a bribe and deny justice to the upright.
24 Yes, as the flame devours the stubble, as the straw flares up and disappears, their root will be like decay and their shoot be carried off like dust, for having rejected the law of Yahweh Sabaoth, for having despised the word of the Holy One of Israel.
25 This is why Yahweh’s anger has blazed out against his people; and he has raised his hand against them to strike them; why the mountains have shuddered and why corpses are lying like dung in the streets. After all this, his anger is not spent. No, his hand is still raised!