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The Truth of the "time" we are in ...

unworthy home for the aged...

And measures and matters of The Truth of the "time" we are in ...how "man" ..."thought to change time and times ...

...and the man who only wanted money ...

 

 

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 afar off into mountains ...

      and to a place high up ...

      and there was an old hospital ...that was made into a "retirement" home ...for the aged ...

      and the place was all painted green ...like the green of the horse ...

      and scripture came back to remembrance ...

      THE REVELATION OF ST JOHN THE DIVINE Chpt 6

And when he opened the third seal, I heard the third beast say: come and see. And I beheld, and lo, a black horse: and he that sat on him, had a pair of balances in his hand. And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say: a measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a penny: and oil and wine see thou hurt not. And when he opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth beast say: come and see. And I looked. And behold a green horse, and his name that sat on him, was death, and hell followed after him, and power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, that cometh of vermin of the earth.
 

and mark this ...is NOT the "pale" horse of the vile changers of scriptures ...of the "bibles of man" ...

      nevertheless the people who worked at the place loved the aged peoples who might come there ...

      that is to say all except one ...

      and he was the chief administrator of the place ...

      and keeper of the monies ...

      and he loved to bind the aged to leases ...according to the length of their life ...

      and he cared not for any one or anything of worth ...save for the money only ...

      and a man tried to warn him of the neglecting the needs of the place ...

      and thereby placing the aged in danger ...

      and to this the niggerdly man said only tush ...whatever ...

      and niggerdly ...of scripture came to remembrance ...

     

THE PROVERBS Chpt 11

Some man giveth out his goods, and is richer, but the *nigard ( having enough) will depart from nothing, and is yet ever in poverty.

ESAI or ISAIAH Chpt 32

Behold, the king shall *govern after the rule of righteousness, and the Princes shall rule according to the *balance of equity. He shall be unto men, as a defense *for the wind, and as a refuge *for the tempest, like as a river of water in a thirsty place, and the shadow of a great rock in a dry land. The eyes of the seeing shall not be dim, and the ears of them that hear, shall take diligent heed. The heart of the unwise, shall attain to knowledge, and the unperfect tongue shall speak plainly and distinctly. Then shall the *nigarde be no more called gentle, nor the *churle liberal. But the churle will be churlishly minded, and his heart will work evil and play the hypocrite, and imagine abominations against God, to make the hungry lean, and withhold drink from the thirsty: These are the perilous weapons of the covetous, these be his shameful counsels: that he may beguile the poor with deceitful works, yee even there as he should give sentence with the poor. But the liberal person imagineth honest things, and cometh up with honesty.
 

* these two words mean: *nigard = miserly, cheap, petty, stingy and ignoble. *churle = boorish, rude crude, fat with stingy desire for money. Also note: Used as an evil term against a member of any dark-skinned people. Used as a evil term for a member of any socially, economically, or politically deprived group of people: Indeed, as we see today, the world is up side down. RN
 

      and the man again...tried to warn the nigardly man was shown all the unworthiness of the place ...

      Yet the more the miserly, cheap, petty, stingy and ignoble ..administrator ...laughed him off ...

      and a rich woman that had ..."in"vested in the place ...

      even thinking to to good for her friends ...thought the nigardly administrator man to be worthy of the business ...

      and turned a blind eye to the truth ...

      and even the elderly were taken in by the charm and psychology of the administrator ...

      and the more ...for the man that would warn any ...was taken up on high ...

      and was at the last still warning ...as many as might hear ...

      nevertheless the place began to crumble ...from the top down ...

      and the man asked again if any would see ...

      and help ...

      and i was not shown whethersoever ...any saw ...

      or any helped ...

      i only know the last thing ...i was shown ...was that the man asked for any to see ...

      and for any to help ...

     

and scripture came to remembrance ...of filthy lucre ...

FIRST BOOK OF SAMUEL Chpt 8

 When Samuel was old, he made his sons judges over Israel. The name of his eldest son was Joel, and the name of the second Abiath, which were judges in Bersabe. Nevertheless his sons followed not his steps: but turned aside after *lucre and took rewards, and perverted the right. Then all the elders of Israel gathered them together and came to Samuel unto Kamath and said unto him: behold, thou art old and thy sons follow not thy ways. Now therefore make us a king to judge us, as all other nations have. But the thing displeased Samuel, when they said, give us a king to judge us. And Samuel prayed unto the Lord. And the Lord said unto Samuel, hear the voice of the people in all that they say unto thee. For they have not cast thee away, but me: that I should not reign over them. And as they have ever done (since I brought them out of Egypt unto this day, and have forsaken me and served other Gods) even so do they unto thee. Now therefore hearken unto their voice: howbeit yet, testify unto them and show them the duty of the king that shall reign over them. And Samuel told all the words of the Lord unto the people that asked a king of him, and he said: this shall be the *duty of the king that shall reign over you: he will take your sons and put them to his chariots and make his horsemen of them and they must run before his chariot, and will make him captains of them over thousands and over fifties, and set them to ear his ground, and to gather in his harvest, and to make instruments of war and apparel for his chariots. And he will take your daughters and make them the dressers of his ointments, and his cooks and bakers. And he shall take the best of your fields, and of your vineyards and of your olive trees, and give them to his servants. And he shall take the tenth of your seed and of your vines, and give it to his lords, and to his servants. And he shall take the best of your menservants and maidservants and young men, and of your asses, and do his work with them. And he shall take the tenth of your sheep, and ye shall be his servants. And when ye cry out at that time upon your king which ye shall have chosen you, the Lord will not hear you at that day.
 

JEREMIE or JEREMIAH Chpt 6

Wherefore gird thee a sackcloth about thee ( O daughter of my people ) sprinkle thyself with ashes, mourn and weep bitterly, as upon the only beloved son: for the destroyer shall suddenly fall upon us. Thee have I set as a prover of my hard people, to seek out and try their ways. For they are all unfaithful and fallen away, they hang upon filthy lucre, they are clean brass and iron, for they have hurt and destroyed every man. The bellows are burnt in the fire, the lead is consumed, the melter melteth in vain, for the evil is not taken away from them. Therefore shall they be called naughty silver, because the Lord hath cast them out.

JEREMIE or JEREMIAH Chpt 8

 From the lowest to the highest, they follow all filthy lucre: and from the Prophet unto the priest, they deal with all lies. Nevertheless, they heal the hurt of my people with sweet words, saying peace, peace where there is no peace at all.
 

EZEKIEL or JEHEZEKIEL Chpt 22

And the word of the Lord came unto me, saying: Thou son of man, tell her: Thou art an unclean land, which is not rained upon in the day of the cruel wrath: thy Prophets that are in thee, are sworn together to devour souls, like as a roaring Lion, that liveth by his prey. They receive riches and good, and make many widows in thee. Thy priests break my law, and defile my Sanctuary. They put no difference between the holy and unholy, neither discern between the clean and the unclean: they turn their eyes from my sabbaths, and I am unhallowed among you. Thy rulers in thee are like raving wolves, to shed blood, and to destroy souls, for their own *covetous lucre. As for thy Prophets, they daub with untempered clay, they see vanities, and prophecy lies unto thee, saying: the Lord God sayeth so, where as the Lord hath not spoken. The people in the land useth wicked extortion and robbery. They vex the poor and needy and oppress the stranger against right. And I sought the land for a man, that would make up the hedge, and set himself in the gap before me in the lands behalf, that I should not utterly destroy it: but I could find none. Therefore will I poured out my cruel displeasure upon them, and burn them in the fire of my wrath: their own ways will I recompense upon their heads saith the Lord God.

*covetous lucre= unearned profit, unjust gain, and/ or gain (profit) acquired by violence and or usury (Heb) RN

and see that the root of all eveil is NOT ...NOT money ...yet is covetousness...

THE FIRST TO TIMOTHYE Chpt 6

When we have food and raiment, let us therewith be content. They that will be rich, fall into temptation and snares, and into many foolish and noisome lusts, which drown men in perdition and destruction. For covetousness is root of all evil, which while some lusted after, they errored from the faith, and tangled themselves with many sorrows. But thou which art the man of God, fly such things. Follow righteousness, godliness, love, patience and meekness. Fight the good fight of faith. Lay hand on eternal life, whereunto thou art called, and hast professed a good profession before many witnesses.

 

EZEKIEL or JEHEZEKIEL Chpt 33

Then shall they learn to know, that I am the Lord, when I make the land waste and desolate, because of all their abominations, that they have wrought. And thou son of man, the children of thy people that talk of thee, by the walls and in the doors of their houses, saying to one to another: Come, let us hear, what word is gone forth from the Lord: These come unto thee, after the manner of a great people: yee my people sit down before thee, and hear thy words, but they do not thereafter: for in their mouths they show themselves, as though they were fervent, but their heart goeth after their own covetous lucre. And as a baler that hath a sweet tune, and is pleasant to sing, so shalt thou be unto them: thy words shall they hear, but they will not do thereafter. When this cometh to pass, ( for lo, it cometh indeed ) then shall they know, that there hath been a prophet among them.

MICHEAS or MICHEAH Chpt 3

O hear this ye rulers of this house of Jacob, and ye judges of the house of Israel: ye that abhor the thing that is lawful, and wrest aside the thing that is straight: Ye that build up Sion with blood, and Jerusalem with doing wrong. O ye judges, ye give sentence for gifts,: O ye priests, ye teach for *lucre: O ye prophets, ye prophecy for money. Yet will they be taken as those that hold upon God, and say: Is not the Lord among us? Tush, there can no misfortune happen us. Therefore shall Sion ( for your sakes ) be plowed like a field: Jerusalem shall become a heap of stones, and the hill of the temple shall be turned to an high wood

THE SECOND OF THE MACHABEES Chpt 11

 Not long after this, Lysias the kings steward and a kinsman of his, which had the governance of his matters ( took sore displeasure for the things that had happened: and when he had gathered eighty thousand men of foot with all the host of horsemen, he came against the Jews, thinking to win the city to make it an habitation for the Heathen, and the temple would he have to be an house of *lucre, like as the other goddes houses of the Heathen are, and to sell the priests office every year: Not considering the power of God, but was wild in his mind, trusting in the multitude of footmen, in thousands of horsemen, and in his eighty Elephants.

THE FIRST TO TIMOTHYE Chpt 3

This is a true saying: If a man covet the office of a Bishop he desireth a good work. Ye and a Bishop must be faultless, the husband of one wife, sober, discreet, honestly apparelled, *harbourous, apt to teach, not drunken, no fighter, not given to *filthy lucre: but gentle, abhorring fighting, abhorring covetousness, and one that ruleth his own house honestly, having children under obedience with all honesty. For if a man cannot rule his own house, how shall he care for the congregation of God. He may not be a young scholar, lest he swell and fall into the judgment of the evil speaker. He must also be well reported of among them which are with outforth, lest he fall into rebuke and snare of the evil speaker.
      Likewise must the Deacons be honest, not double tongued, not given unto much drinking, neither unto filthy lucre: but having the mystery of the faith in pure conscience. And let them first be proved, and then let them minister, if they be found faultless.
 

THE FIRST TO TIMOTHYE Chpt 6

 These things teach and exhort. If any man teach otherwise, and is not content with the wholesome words of our Lord Jesu Christ, and with the doctrine of godliness, he is puffed up and knoweth nothing: but wasteth his brains about questions and strife of words, whereof spring envy, strife, railings, evil surmisings and vain disputations of men with corrupt minds and destitute of the truth, which think that lucre is godliness. From such separate thyself. Godliness is great riches, if a man be content with that he hath. For we brought nothing into the world, and it is a plain case that we can carry nothing out.

TO TITUS Chpt 1

For this cause left I thee in Crete, that thou shouldest perform that which was lacking, and shouldest ordain elders in every city as I appointed thee. If any be faultless, the husband of one wife, having faithful children, which are not *sclandered of riot, neither are disobedient. For a bishop must be faultless, as it becometh the minister of God: not stubborn, not angry, no drunkard, no fighter, not given to filthy *lucre: but harbourous, one that loveth goodness, sober minded, righteous, holy, temperate, and such as cleaveth unto the true word of doctrine, that he may be able to exhort with wholesome learning, and to improve them that say against it.
      For there are many disobedient and talkers of vanity and deceivers of minds, namely they of the circumcision, whose mouths must be stopped, which pervert whole houses, teaching things which they ought not because of filthy lucre. One being of themselves, which was a poet of their own, said: The Cretans are always liars evil beasts, and slow bellies. This witness is true, wherefore rebuke them sharply that they may be sound in the faith, and not taking heed to Jewes fables and commandments of men that turn from the truth. Unto the pure, are all things pure: but unto them that are defiled and unbelieving, is nothing pure: but even the very minds and consciences of them are defiled. They confess that they know God: but with the deeds they deny him, and are abominable and disobedient, and unto all good works *discommendable

THE FIRST EPISTLE OF ST. PETER Chpt 5

 The elders which are among you, I exhort, which am also an elder and a witness of the afflictions of Christ, and also a partaker of the glory that shall be opened: see that ye feed Christs flock which is among you taking the oversight of them not as though ye were compelled thereto, but willingly: not for the desire of filthy lucre, but of a good mind, not as though ye were lords over the parishes: but that ye be an example to the flock. And when the chief shepherd shall appear, ye shall receive an incorruptible crown of glory. Likewise ye younger submit your selves unto the elder. Submit your selves every man, one to another, knit yourselves together in lowliness of mind. For God resisteth the proud and giveth grace to the humble. Submit your selves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you, when the time is come. Cast all your care to him: for he careth for you.
 

THE EPISTLE OF JUDAS Chpt 1

Michael the archangel when he strove against the devil, and disputed the body of Moses, durst not give railing sentence, but said: the Lord rebuke thee. But these speak evil of those things which they know not: and what things they know naturally, as beasts which are without reason, in those things they corrupt themselves. Woe be unto them, for they have followed the way of Cain and are utterly given to the error of Balaam for *lucres sake, and in the treason of Core.

     

       

 

     

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