And measures and matters of The Truth of the "time" we are in ...how "man" ..."thought to change time and times ...
Dearly beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, how that one day is with the Lord, as a thousand year, and a thousand year as one day.
The Lord is not slack to fulfil his promise, as some men count slackness: but is patient to us ward, and would have no man lost, but would receive all men to repentance.
Behold in a dread nightmare of the dark season ...of the times and time ..of the season of man ...see son of man ...
and i was taken and shown like a map of the middle east ...from above.
and there was a moving against Israel by powers unseen ...
and i looked and the powers unseen were of saudia arabia ...
and was the business of saudia arabia ...being ...being against Israel...
and after waking up ...i wondered a mighty wonder ...who the saudia arabians were ...of the word of God.
FIRST BOOK OF MOSES Chpt 16
Sarai Abrams wife bare him no children. But she had an hand maid an Egyptian, whose name was Hagar. Wherefore she said unto Abram: Behold the Lord hath closed me, that I cannot bear. I pray thee go in unto my maid, peradventure I shall be multiplied by means of her. And Abram heard the voice of Sarai. Then Sarai Abrams wife took Hagar her maid the Egyptian (after Abram had dwelled ten years in the land of Canaan) and gave her to her husband Abram, to be his wife.
And he went in unto Hagar, and she conceived. And when she saw that she had conceived: her mistress was despised in her sight. Then said Sarai unto Abram: Thou dost me unright, for I have given my maid into thy bosom: and now because she seeth that she hath conceived, I am despised in her sight: the Lord judge between thee and me. Then said Abram to Sarai: behold, thy maid is in thy hand, do with her as it pleaseth thee.
And because Sarai fared foul with her, she fled from her. And the Angel of the Lord found her beside a fountain of water in the wilderness: even by a well in the way to Sur. And he said: Hagar Sarais maid, whence comest thou and where ever wilt thou go? And she answered: I flee from my mistress Sarai. And the Angel of the Lord said unto her: return to thy mistress again, and submit thyself under her hands.
And the angel of the Lord said unto her: I will so increase thy seed, that it shall not be numbered for multitude. And the Lords angel said further unto her: see, thou art with child and shalt bear a son, and shalt call his name Ismael: because the Lord hath heard thy tribulation. He will be a wild man, and his hand will be against every man, and every mans hand against him. And yet shall he dwell fast by all his brethren. And she called the name of the Lord that spake unto her: thou art the God that lookest on me, for she said: I have of a surety seen here the back parts of him that seeth me. Wherefore she called the well, the well of the living that seeth me which well is between Cades and Bared. And Hagar bare Abram a son, and Abram called his sons name which Hagar bare Ismael. And Abram was eighty six years old when Hagar bare him Ismael
JEREMIE or JEREMIAH Chpt 25
A Sermon that was given unto Jeremie, upon all the people of Judah: In the fourth year of Jehoakim the son of Josiah king of Judah, that was, in the first year of Nebuchodonosor king of Babylon. Which sermon, Jeremie the prophet made unto all the people of Judah, and to all the inhabitantors of Jerusalem, on this manner.
From the thirteenth year of Josiah the son of Amon king of Judah, unto this present day, ( that is even twenty three year ) the word of the Lord hath been committed unto me. And so I have spoken unto you, I have risen up early, I have given you warning in season, but you would not hear me. Though the Lord hath sent his servants, all the prophets unto you in season: Yet would ye not obey, ye would not incline your ears to hear.
He said: turn again every man from his evil way, and from your wicked imaginations, and so shall ye dwell for ever in the land, that the Lord promised you and your forefathers: And go not after strange gods, serve them not, and anger me with the works of your hands: then will I not punish you. Nevertheless, ye would not hear me ( saith the Lord ) but have defiled me with the works of your hands, to your own great harm.
Wherefore thus saith the Lord of Hosts: Because, ye have not hearkened unto my word, Lo, I will send out, and call for all the people, that dwelleth in the North, saith the Lord, and will prepare Nabuchodonosor the king of Babylon my servant, and will bring them upon this land, and upon all that dwell therin, and upon all the people that are about them, and will utterly root them out. I will make of them a wilderness, a mocking, and a continual desert.
Moreover, I will take from them the voice of gladness and solace, the voice of the bridegroom, and the bride, the voice of the anointed, with the *cresshettes : and this whole land shall become a wilderness, and they shall serve the said people and the king of Babylon, *three score years and ten. When the seventy years are expired, I will visit also the wickedness of the king of Babylon and his people saith the Lord: yee and the land of the Caldees, and will make it a perpetual wilderness, and will fulfil all my words upon that land which I have devised against it: yee all that is written in this book, which Jeremie hath prophesied of all people: so that they also shall be subdued unto diverse nations and great kings, for I will recompense them, according to their deeds and works of their own hands.
For thus hath the Lord God of Israel spoken unto me: Take this wine cup of indignation from my hand, that thou mayest cause all the people, to whom I send thee, for to drink of it: that when they have drunken thereof, they may be mad, and out of their wits, when the sword cometh, that I will send among them. Then took I the cup from the Lords hand, and made all the people drink thereof, unto whom the Lord had sent me. But first the city of Jerusalem, and all the cities of Judah, their kings and princes: to make them desolate, waste, despised and cursed according as it is come to pass this day. Yee and Pharao the king of Egypt, his servants, his princes and his people altogether one with another and all the kings of the land of Huz, all the kings of the Philistines land, Ascalon, Azah, Accaron and the remnant of Asood, the Edomites, the Moabites, and the Ammonites: all the kings of Tirus, and Sidon: the kings of the Isles, that are beyond the sea, Dedan, Thema, Buz and the shaven Ismaelites: all the kings of Araby, and ( generally ) all the kings that dwell in the desert: all the kings of Zamri, all the Kings of Elam, all the kings of the Meedes, all kings towards the north, whether they be far or nye, everyone with his neighbors: Yee and all the kingdoms that are upon the whole earth. The king of Sezach, said he, shall drink with them also.
And said thou unto them: This is the commandment of the Lord of hosts the God of Israel: Drink and be drunken, spue and fall, that ye never rise: and that through the sword, which I will send among you. But if they will not receive the cup of thy hand, and drink it, then tell them: Thus doth the Lord of Hosts threaten you: drink it ye shall, and that shortly. For lo, I bring a plague to the city, that my name is given unto: think ye then, that I will leave you unpunished? Ye shall not go quiet. For why, I call for a sword upon all the inhabitants of the earth, saith the Lord of hosts.
Therefore tell them all these words, and say unto them: The Lord shall cry from above, and let his voice be heard from his holy habitation. With a great noise shall he cry from his court regal. He shall give a great voice ( like the grape gatherers ) and the sound thereof shall be heard unto the ends of the world. For the Lord hath a judgement to give upon all people, and will hold his court of justice with all flesh and punish the ungodly, saith the Lord.
For thus saith the Lord of Hosts: Behold, a miserable plague shall go from one people to another, and a great stormy water shall arise from all the ends of the earth. And the same day shall the Lord himself slay them, from one end of the earth to another. There shall no moan be made for any of them, none gathered up, none buried: but shall lie as dung upon the ground.
Mourn ( O ye shepherds ) and cry: sprinkle yourselves with ashes, O ye rams of the flock: for the time of your slaughter is fulfilled, and ye shall fall like vessels conningly made for pleasure.
The shepherds shall have no way to flee, and the rams of the flock shall not escape. Then shall the shepherds cry horribly, and the rams of the flock shall mourn: for the Lord shall consume their pasture, and their best fields shall lie dead because of the horrible wrath of the Lord. They shall forsake their folds like an lion: for their land shall be waste, because of the wrath of the destroyer, and because of his fearful indignation
*cresshettes (torch) *three score years and ten (70).
THE PSALMS Chpt 83
Hold not thy tongue, O' God, keep not still silence, refrain not thyself O' God.
For lo, thine enemies make a murmuring, and they that hate thee, lift up their head.
They imagine craftily against thy people, and take consul against thy secret ones.
Come (say they) let us root them out from among the people, that the name of Israel may be put out of remembrance. For they have cast their heads together with one consent, and are confederate against thee.
The tabernacles of the Edomites, and Ishmaelites, the Moabites, and the Hagarenes. Gebal, Ammon, and Amalech: the Philistines with them that dwell at Tyre.
Assur also is joined unto them, and help the children of Loth. Selah.
But do unto them as unto the Madianites, unto Sisera, and unto Jabin by the brook of Kison. Which perished at Endor, and became as the dung of the earth.
Make their Princes like Oreb and Zeb. Yee, make all their Princes as Zebea and Salmana. Which say: we will have the houses of God in possession.
O' my God, make them like unto a wheel, and as the stubble before the wind.
Like as a fire that burneth up the wood, and as the flame that consumeth the mountains. Persecute them even so with thy tempest, and make them afraid with thy storm.
Make their faces ashamed, O' Lord, that they may seek thy name.
Let them be confounded and vexed ever more and more: let them be put to shame and perish. That they may know that thou art alone, that thy name is the Lord, and that thou only art the most high over all the earth.
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