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a man within the works of Howard Stern...

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.

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     Behold in a nightmare of the dark season ...of the times and time ..of the season of man ...see son of man ...

     and i was taken and show a man that worked within the works of Howard Stern ...

     and there was like a water front ...or a development on the water ...

     and it was a disaster ...built upon others works ...

     and others works were unworthy ...

     and so it was unworthiness upon unworthiness ...

     and there was hard concrete things ...

     and there were high things to be built ...

     and lowsome things to be built ...

     Yet al was like a waste of vanity ...

     and things falling down ...

     and proud things to be built on weak unworthy foundations ...

     and the work was dirty and filthy ...

     and the man who worked for howard Stern wanted to take a shower and go home ...

     Yet he was not allowed ...

     and Howard Stern himself came and took the man ...

     and took him down town to places Howard Stern was building down there ...

     and on the way Howard Stern became sick ...

     and of a sickness he had had for some time ...

     and he vomited often ...

     and sometimes on others ...

     and to that he would sometimes somewhat apologize ...

     and that depending on who and where and what circumstance ... 

     nevertheless they came to thigh places Howard Stern was building ...

     and these places were mighty high places ...

     and tall ceilings ...sealing ...

     and proud ...

     and had many veils and curtains and hidden things ...

     and there was another man who worked for Howard Stern ...

     and the man was very dark ...

     and he like to play evil ...

     and frighten people with evil ...

     evenso he frightened not the man who worked for Howard Stern ...

     and Howard Stern went off to wash himself ...

     Yet he could not for his sickness sake ...

     and the thing within would rise from his gut ...

     and he would vomit again and again ...

     and the man who worked for Howard Stern ...wanted also to wash up ...

     and that for Howard Stern had vomited on him ...

     evenso he was not allowed ...

     and was demanded upon to work on the higher prouder places ...

     evenso the man who worked for Howard Stern ...left ...

     and walked out and away into the wretched filthy city ... 

     and was shown his way home ...

     even where he would be washed clean ...

 

and scripture came back to remembrance ...

 

THE PROVERBS Chpt 26

 Like as snow is not mete in summer, nor rain in harvest: even so is worship unseemly for a fool.
      As the bird and the swallow take their flight and flee here and there, so the curse that is given in vain, shall not light upon a man.
      Unto the horse belongeth the whip, to the ass a bridle, and a rod to a fools back.
      Give not the fool an answer after his foolishness, lest thou become like him: but make the fool an answer to his foolishness, lest he be wise in his own conceit.
      He is lame of his feet, yee drunken is he in vanity, that committeth anything to a fool.
      Like as it is an unseemly thing to have legs and yet to halt, even so is a parable in a fools mouth.
      He that seateth a fool in a high dignity, that is even as if a man did cast a precious stone upon the *galous.
      A parable in a fools mouth is like a thorn that pricketh a drunken man in the hand.
      **
      A man of experience discerneth all things well, but who so hireth a fool, hireth such one as will take no heed.
      Like as a the dog turneth again to his vomit, even so a fool beginneth his foolishness again a fresh.
      If thou seest a man that is wise in his own conceit, there is more hope in a fool than in him.
      The slothful sayeth: There is a leopard in the way, and a lion in the midest of the streets.
      Like as the door turneth about upon the threshold, even so doth the slothful *welter himself upon his bed.
      The slothful body thrusteth his hand into his bosom, and it grieveth him to put it again to his mouth.
      The sluggard thinketh himself wiser, then seven men that sit and teach.
      Who so goeth by and meddleth with other mens strife, he is like one that taketh a dog by the ears.
      Like as one that shooteth arrows and darts out of a privy place, even so doth a dissembler with his neighbor.
      And then sayeth he: I did it in sport.
      Where no wood is, there the fire goeth out: and where the backbiter is taken away, there the strife ceaseth.
      Coals kindle heat, and wood the fire: even so doth a brawling fellow stirreth up variance.
      A scaundlers words are like flattery, but they pierce the inward parts of the body.
      Envious lips and a wicked heart are like a potsherd covered with silver dross.      
      An enemy dissembleth with his lips, and in the mean season he imagineth mischief: but when he speaketh fair, believe him not, for there are seven abominations in his heart.
      Who so keepeth evil will, secretly do hurt, his malice shall be showed before the whole congregation.
      Who diggeth up a pit, shall fall therein: and he that weltereth a stone, shall stumble upon it himself.
      A dissembling tongue hateth one that rebuketh him, and a flattering mouth worketh mischief

*galous =       may be gallows
**kjv and other bibles of man ;enters this line here. RN = The great God that formed all things both rewardeth the fool, and rewardeth wickeds.
* welter = to waller, roll, and toss about as if in high seas

ESAI or ISAIAH Chpt 28

 Woe to the crown of pride, to the drunken *Ephraimites, and to the fading flower, to the glory of his pomp, that is upon the top of the plentious valley: which men be overladen with wine. Behold, the strength and power of the Lord shall break into the land on every side, like a tempest of hail, that beareth down strongholds, and like an horrible, mighty and overflowing water. And the proud crown of the drunken Ephraimites, shall be trodden under foot. And as the fading flower, which is upon the top of the plentious valley: it shall happen unto him, as to an untimely fruit before the harvest come. Which as soon as it is seen, is by and by devoured, or ever it come well in a mans hand.
       And then shall the Lord of Hosts be a joyful crown, and a glorious garland unto the remnant of his people. Unto the lowly, he shall be a spirit of Judgement, and unto them that drive away the enemies from the gates, he shall be a spirit of strength. But they go wrong by the reason of wine, they fall and *stacker because of strong drink. Yee even the priests and prophets themselves go amiss, they are drunken with wine, and weak brained through strong drink. They error in seeing, and in judgement they fail. for all tables are so full of vomit and filthiness, that no place is clean. What is he among them, that can teach, instruct or inform the children, which are weened from suck or taken from the breasts: of any other fashion then: Command that may be commanded, bid that may be bidden, forbid that may be forbidden, keep back that may be kept back, here a little there a little. And therefore the Lord also shall speak with lisping lips and with a strange language unto this people, to whom he spake afore of this manner: This shall bring rest, if one refresh the weary, yee this shall bring rest. But they had no will to hear. And therefore the Lord shall answer their stubbornness. Command that may be commanded, bid that my be bidden, forbid that may be forbidden, keep back that may be kept back, here a little there a little. That they may go forth, fall backward, be bruised, snared, and taken. Wherefore hear the word of the Lord, ye mockers that rule the Lords people, which is at Jerusalem. For ye comfort yourselves thus: Tush, death and we are at point, and as for hell, we have made a condition with it, that though it break out any sore plague, it shall not come upon us. For with deceit we shall escape, and with nimbleness we will defend ourselves. Therefore saith the Lord God: Behold, I will lay a stone in Sion, a great stone, a costly corner stone, for a sure foundation: that who so putteth his trust in him, shall not be confounded. Righteousness will I set up again in the balance, and judgement in the weights. The tempest of hail shall take away your refuge, that ye have to deceive withal: and the overflowing waters shall break down your strongholds of dissimulation. Thus the appointment you have made with death, shall be done away: and the condition that ye made with hell, shall not stand. When the great destruction goeth through, it shall all to tread you. It shall take you quiet away before it. For it shall go forth early in the morning, and continue only that day and that night. And the very fear only shall teach you, when ye hear it. For the bed shall be so narrow that a man can not lie upon it: And the covering to small, that a man may not wind himself therin. For the Lord shall step forth as he did upon the mount Perazim, and take on as he did upon the dale of Gabaon: that he may bring forth his device, his strange device: and fulfill his work, his wonderful work. And therefore make no mocks at it, that your captivity increase not: for I have heard the Lord God of Hosts say, that there shall come a sudden destruction and plague upon the whole earth. Take heed, and hear my voice, ponder and *mark my words well. Goeth not the houseband man ever in due season earnestly to his land? He moweth and ploweth his ground to sow. And when he hath made it plain, he soweth it with *fetches or *comin. He soweth the wheat and Barley in their place, Milium and Rye also in their place. And that he may do it right, his God teacheth him and showeth him. For he treadeth not the fitches out with a *wane, neither bringeth he the cart here and there over the comin, but he thresheth the fitches out with a flayle, and the comin with a rod. As for the wheat, he grindeth it to make bread thereof, In as much as he can not bring it to pass with treading out. For neither the bruising that the cart wheels make, ner his beasts can grind it. This and such like things come of the Lord of Hosts which is marvelous in counsel, and great in righteousness

*Ephraimites; the Hebrew : double ash heap , double fruitful, increased. RN
*stacker (stagger) *fetches (wheat like crop) or *comin (cumin like parsley)
*wane (farm wagon)

JEREMIE or JEREMIAH Chpt 48

Thus saith the Lord of Hosts, the God of Israel against Moab: Woe unto Nabo, for it shall be layed waste, brought to confusion and taken. Yee the strong city of Kariathiarim shall be brought to shame, and afraid: Moab shall be no more had in honor: Wicked counsel shall be taken upon Hesebon. Come, ( shall they say ) let us root them out, that may be no more among the number of the Gentiles, yee that they may no more be thought upon: Thus the sword shall persecute thee: A voice shall cry from Horonaim, With great wasting and destruction, is Moab made desolate.
      And this cry shall be heard in all her cities. At the going up unto Luith there shall arise a lamentation: and down toward Horonaim, there shall be heard a cruel and deadly cry: Get you away, save your lives and be like unto the *heeth in the wilderness. For because thou hast trusted in thy strongholds and treasure, thou shalt be taken Chamos with his priests and princes shall go away into captivity.
      The destroyer shall come upon all cities, none shall escape. The valleys shall be destroyed, and the fields shall be layed waste: like as the Lord hath determined.
      Make a token unto Moab, that she get her away speedily: for her cities shall be made so desolate, that no man shall dwell therin. Cursed be he that doeth the work of the Lord negligently, and cured be he that keepeth back his sword from shedding blood.
      Moab hath ever been rich and careless from her youth up, she hath sitten and taken her ease with her treasure. She was never yet put out of one vessel into another, that is, she never went away in to captivity, therefore her taste remaineth, and her savoure is not yet changed.
      But lo, the time cometh, sayeth the Lord, that I shall send her trussers to truss her up, to prepare a season her vessels: yee her tankards rattle and shake to and fro. And Moab shall be ashamed of Chamos, like as Israel was ashamed of Bethel, wherin she put her trust.
      Wherefore do ye think thus: We are mighty, and strong men of war? Moab shall be destroyed, her cities burnt up: her chosen young men shall be slain, saith the King, whose name is the Lord of Hosts. The destruction of Moab cometh on a pace, and her fall is at hand.
      All her neighbors shall mourn for her, and all they that know her name, shall say: O how happeneth it, that the strong staff and goodly rod is broken? And thou daughter Dibon, come down from thy glory, and sit in poverty. For he that destroyeth Moab, shall come up also, and break down thy strong holds.
      And thou that dwellest in Aroer, get thee to the street, and look about thee: ask them that are fled and escaped, and say: What thing is happened? O Moab is confounded and overcome.
      Mourn and cry, tell it out at Armon, that Moab is destroyed. And misery shall come upon the plain land: Namely, upon Holon, and Jahazah, and Mephaath and Dibon, upon Nabo, and the house of Deblathaim, upon Cariathiarim and Bethgamul, upon Bethmaon and Carioth, upon Bozrah and all the cities of the land of Moab, whether they lie far or near.
      The horn of Moab shall be smitten down, and her arm broken, saith the Lord. Make her drunken, for she magnified herself above the Lord, that men may clap their hands at her vomit, and that she also may be laughed into scorn. O Israel, shalt thou not laugh him to scorn, when he is taken among thieves? Yee because of thy words that thou hast spoken against him, thou shalt be driven away. Ye Moabites shall leave the cities, and dwell in the rocks of stone, and become like doves, that make their nest in holes.
      As for Moabs pride, we have heard of it, she is very high minded. I know her stoutness, her boasting, her arrogance and the pride of her stomach, sayeth the Lord. For her furriousness may neither uphold her with strength ner deed. Therefore shall their mourning be made for Moab, and every man shall cry for Moabs sake: a lamentation shall be made to the men that stand upon the wall. So will I mourn for thee also O Jazer, and for thee, O thou vineyard of Sabamah.
      Thy wine branches shall come over the sea, and the branches of Jazer but unto the sea: the destroyer shall break into thy harvest and grape gathering: Mirth and cheer shall be taken away from the timber field, and from the whole land of Moab.
      There shall be no sweet wine in the press, the treader shall have no stomach to cry, yee there shall be none to cry unto him: which afore time were heard from Hesebon to Eleale, and Jahaz, which lifted up their voice from Zoar unto Horonaim, that bullock of three years old. The waters also of Nemrim shall be dried up.
      Moreover I will make Moab cease ( saith the Lord ) from the offerings and *censing that she hath made unto her gods in high places. Wherefore my heart mourneth for Moab, like a crowd playing an heavy song: and for the mens sake of the brick wall my heart mourneth also, even as a pipe that pipeth a doleful song: for they shall be very few, and destroyed.
      All heads shall be shaven, and all beards clipped off: all hands bound, and all loins girded about with sack cloth. Upon all the housetops and streets of Moab, there shall be mourning: For I will break Moab like an unprofitable vessel saith the Lord. O how fearful is she? O how mourneth she? O how doth Moab hang down her head, and is ashamed? Thus shall Moab be a laughing stock, and had in *derision of all them, that be round about her.
      For thus saith the Lord: Behold, the enemy shall come flying as an *Aegle, and shall spread his wings upon Moab. They shall climb over the walls, and win the strongholds. Then the mighty mens hearts in Moab shall be like the heart of a woman travailing with child.
      And Moab shall be made desolate, that she shall no more be a people, because she hath set up herself against the Lord. Fear, pit, and snare shall come upon thee ( O Moab ) saith the Lord. Who so escapeth the fear, shall fall in the pit: and who so getteth out of the pit, shall be taken in the snare.
      For I will bring a year of visitation upon Moab, saith the Lord. They that are able to flee, shall stand under the shadow of Hesebon. For there shall go a fire out of Heshbon, and a flame from Sion, and shall burn up that proud people of Moab, both before and behind.
      Woe be unto thee, (O Moab ) for thou people of Chamos shall perish: Yee thy sons and daughters shall be led away captive. Yet at the last will I bring Moab out of captivity again, saith the Lord. Thus far of the plague of Moab

*heeth ( low shrub ) *censing ( burning of incense ) *derision (ridicule, contempt)
*Aegle (Eagle) Cap A ; elsewhere see: Eagle; 4th Esdras, Reveleation also see modern "Moab".

THE SECOND EPISTLE OF ST. PETER Chpt 2

There were false Prophets among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you: which privily shall bring in damnable sects, even denying the Lord that hath bought them, and bring upon themselves swift damnation, and many shall follow their damnable ways, by which the way of truth shall be evil spoken of, and through covetousness shall they with *feigned words make merchandise of you, whose judgment is not far off, and their damnation sleepeth not.
      For if God spared not the angels that sinned, but cast them down into hell, and delivered them in chains of darkness, to be kept unto judgement: Neither spared the old world, but saved Noah the eight preacher of righteousness, and brought in the flood upon the world of the ungodly, and turned the cities of Zodom and Gomor into ashes: overthrew them, damned them, and made of them an example unto all that after should live ungodly. And just Lot vexed with the uncleanly conversation of the wicked, delivered he. For he being righteous and dwelling among them in seeing and hearing, vexed his righteous soul from day to day with their unlawful deeds. The Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly out of temptation, and how to reserve the unjust unto the day of judgment for to be punished: namely them that walk after the flesh in the lust of uncleanness, and despise the rulers. Presumptuous are they, and stubborn and fear not to speak evil of them that are in authority. When the angels which are greater both in power and might, receive not of the Lord railing judgement against them. But these as brute beasts, naturally made to be taken and destroyed, speak evil of that they know not, and shall perish through their own destruction, and receive the reward of unrighteousness.
      They count it pleasure to live deliciously for a season. Spots they are and filthiness, living at pleasure, and in deceivable ways, feasting with you: having eyes full of *advoutry and that cannot cease to sin, beguiling unstable souls. Hearts they have exercised with covetousness. They are cursed children, and have forsaken the right way, and are gone astray following the way of Balaam the son of Bosor, which loved the reward of unrighteousness: but was rebuked of his iniquity. The tame and dumb beast, speaking with mans voice, forbade the foolishness of the Prophet.
      These are wells without water and clouds carried about of a tempest, to whom the mist of darkness is reserved for ever. For when they have spoken the swelling words of vanity, they beguile with wantonness through the lusts of the flesh, them that were clean escaped: but now are wrapped in errors. They promise them liberty, and are themselves the bond servants of corruption. For of whom soever a man is overcome, unto the same is he in bondage. For if they, after they have escaped from the filthiness of the world through the knowledge of the Lord and of the saviour Jesus Christ, they are yet tangled again therein and overcome: then is the latter end worse with them than the beginning. For it had been better for them, not to have known the way of righteousness than after they have known it, to turn from the holy commandment given unto them. It is happened unto them according to the true proverb: The dog is turned to his vomit again, and the sow that was washed, to her wallowing in the mire

*feigned (made up, beguiling) *advoutry: prefix "a" meaning not or without, devout: devotion; plain hearted to God, being devoted to something or some one else. see James 2 for adultery.

     

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