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another mans wife...

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 shown a man ...who loved God and Christ in spirit and truth ...

     and the man went to visit the house of his sister-in-law ...

     and when he arrived he looked passed his sister-in-law at her husband ...

     even his brother-in-law...

     and his brother-in-law laying in the open ...naked in his flesh ...sleeping ...

     even as the brother-in-law was consumed of his own flesh ...

     and had many other women ...

     and repented not ...and thought nothing of his lust of his flesh ...upon others ...

     Nevertheless the man who loved God and Christ entered his sister-in-laws house ...

     and his sister-in-law came to him ...to greet him ...

     and his sister-in-law hugged him and held him in her embrace ...

     and the man comforted his sister-in-law ...

     and told her he loved her ...in spirit and truth ...

     nevertheless he was was moved in the embrace ...in the flesh ... 

     Yet he only held his sister-in-law to comfort her ...

     even for the fear of God and Christ in spirit and truth ...

     

     and scripture came back to remembrance ...

 

THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 5

        Ye have heard how it was said to them of old time: Thou shalt not commit *advoutry. But I say unto you, that whosoever looketh on a wife, lusting after her, hath committed advoutry with her already in his heart.

     *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.

SECOND BOOK OF SAMUEL Chpt 11     

 And it came to pass in the beginning of a new year, in the times when kings are wont to go forth to battle, that David sent Joab and his servants with him and all Israel. And they destroyed the children of Ammon, and beseiged Rabah. But David tarried still at Jerusalem. And it chanced in an evening that David arose from his couch and walked upon the roof of the kings palace, and from the roof saw a very beautiful woman washing herself. And he sent to enquire what woman it should be. And it was answered again, that she was Bethsabe the daughter of Eliam and wife to Urias the Hethite. And David sent messengers and fetched her, and she came unto him, and he lay with her. And she was straightway purified of her uncleanness, and returned unto her house. And when the woman had perceived that she had conceived, she sent and told David, and said: I am with child. Then David sent to Joab, to send unto him Urias the hethite. And Joab sent Urias to David. And when Urias was come unto him he demanded how Joab did, and how the people fared, and how the war prospered. And David said moreover to Urias: go down to thine house and wash thy feet. And Urias departed out of the kings palace, and there followed him a service from the kings table: But Urias slept at the door of the kings palace with all the servants of his Lord, and went not down to his house.
      Then they told David saying: Urias descended not into his house. Then said David unto Urias: seeing that thou art come from journeying, why dost thou not go down unto thine house? And Urias said unto David: the ark and Israel and Juda dwell in pavilions: and my Lord Joab and the servants of my Lord lie in tents upon the flat earth: and should I then go into mine house, to eat and to drink and to lie with my wife? By thy life and as sure as thy soul liveth I will not do that thing. Then said David unto Urias: tarry here this day also, and tomorrow I will let thee depart. And so Urias abode in Jerusalem that day and on the morrow. And David called him, and he ate and drank before him, and he made him drunk. And at even he went out to lie on his couch with the servants of the Lord, and went not down to his house. Wherefore on the morrow David wrote a letter to Joab and sent it by Urias. And he wrote in the letter saying: put Urias in the forefront of the battle where it is most strong, and come back from him that he may be smitten to death. And as Joab beseiged the city he assigned Urias unto a place where he knew that strong men were. And the men of the city came out and fought with Joab. And there were certain overthrown of the people and of the servants of David, and Urias the hethite died also.
       Then Joab sent and told David all the process of the war and charged the messengers saying: when thou hast made an end of telling the story of war unto the king if he begin to fume and say unto thee: wherefore approached ye so nigh unto the city to fight? know ye not that men would hurl and shoot from the walls? who smote Abimelech son of Jerobeseth? did not a woman cast a piece of a millstone upon him from off the walls, that he died in Thebes? why then went ye nigh the walls? then say thou? thy servant Urias the Hethite is dead also.
      And the messengers went and came and showed David all that Joab had sent him with, and said unto David: the men prevail against us, and came out unto us into the field, and we stuck unto them, even unto the entering of the gate. And the shooters shot from the walls, and some of the servants of the king be dead. And thy servant Urias the hethite is dead also. Then said David unto the messenger, thus wise say unto Joab, let not that thing trouble thee. For the sword devoureth one as well as another: make thy battle more strong against the city and destroy it, and see that thou courage Joab. And when the wife of Urias heard that her husband was dead, she mourned for him, and as soon as the mourning was ended, David sent and fetched her to his house, and she was his wife and bare him a son. But the deed that David had committed, displeased the Lord

     

FIRST BOOK OF SAMUEL Chpt 25

 And then Samuel died, and all Israel gathered together and lamented him, and buried him in his own house at Ramath.
      And David arose and gat him to the wilderness of Pharan. And there was a man in Maon whose cattle was in Carmel, and the man was exceeding mighty, and had three thousand sheep and a thousand goats. And he was shearing his sheep in Carmel. The name of the man was Nabal, and the name of his wife was Abigail, and was a woman of good wisdom and beautiful. But the man was churlish and of shrewd conditions and was a Calebite. And when David heard in the wilderness, that Nabal share his sheep, he sent out ten of his young men, and said unto them: get you up to Carmel and go to Nabal and greet him in my name. And thus wise say unto my friend: peace be to thee, peace be to thine house and peace be unto all that thou hast. I have heard say that thou hast shearers. Now the shepherds were with us, and we did them no spite, neither was there ought missing unto them, all the while they were in Carmel: ask thy lads, and they will show thee. Wherefore let these young men find favour in thine eyes (for we come in a good season) and give I pray thee whatsoever cometh to thine hand unto thy servants and to thine son David.
      And Davids young men came and told Nabal all those words in the name of David and then stopped. And Nabal answered Davids servants and said: What is David? and what is the son of Isai? there is plenty of servants now a days, that break away every man from his master. I should take my bread, my water and my flesh that I have killed for my shearers, and give it men which I know not *whence they be?
      And Davids servants turned their way and went again, and came and told him according to all those sayings. Then David said unto his men: gird every man his sword about him. And they girded every man his sword on, and David thereto girded on his sword. And there followed David upon a four hundred men, and two hundred abode by the stuff.
      But one of the lads told Abigail Nabals wife saying: see David sent messengers unto our master out of the wilderness to salute him, and he railed on them. And yet the men were very good unto us and did us no displeasure, neither missed we anything, as long as were conversant with them, when we were in the fields. But they were a wall of defense unto us both by night and also by day, all the while we were with them keeping sheep. Now take heed and see what thou hast to do, for it is concluded to do mischief unto our master and to all his household. And he is ungracious to speak to. Then Abigail made haste and took two hundred loaves and two bottles of wine and five sheep ready dressed and five measures of parched corn, and a hundred bundles of raisins and two hundred *frails of figs, and laded them on asses, and said unto her young men: go before me, and see I come after you, and told her husband Nabal nothing thereof. And as she rode on her ass and was coming down in a *slade of the hill, David and his men came down against her, and she met them.
      And David said: in vain have I kept all that this fellow had in the wilderness: so that nought was missed that pertained unto him, for he hath quit me with evil for good. So and so do God unto the enemies of David, as I will not leave of all that pertain to him, by the dawning of the day, ought that *pisseth against the wall.
      When Abigail saw David, she hasted and lighted off her ass and fell before David on her face, and bowed herself to the ground, and fell at his feet and said: Let this unhappy deed be counted mine, my Lord, and let thine handmaid speak in thine audience, and hear the words of thy handmaid. Let not my Lord regard this unthrifty man Nabal, for as his name is, so is he. Nabal is his name and folly is with him. But I thine handmaid saw not the young men of my Lord which thou sendest.
      And now my Lord as sure as the Lord liveth and as thy soul liveth, the Lord hath withholden thee from coming to shed blood and from avenging thyself with thine own hand. Furthermore I pray God that thine enemies and they that intend to do my Lord evil, may be as Nabal. And now this blessing which thine handmaid hath brought, let it be given unto the young men that follow my Lord.
      Forgive the trespass of thine handmaid that the Lord may make my Lord a sure house, because my Lord fighteth the battles of the Lord, and there could none evil be found in thee in all thy life. And if any man rise to persecute thee and to seek thy soul, the soul of my Lord be bound in a bundle of life with the Lord thy God. And the souls of thy enemies be slung in the middle of a sling. And moreover when the Lord shall have done to my Lord all the good that he hath promised thee, and shall have made thee ruler over Israel: then shall it be no grudge of conscience unto thee or discourage of heart unto my Lord, that thou sheddest blood causeless and didst avenge thyself.
      And moreover when the Lord shall have dealt well with my Lord, then think on thine handmaid. Then said David to Abigail: blessed be the Lord God of Israel which sent thee this day to meet me. And blessed be thy behavior, and blessed be thou which hath kept me this day from coming to shed blood and from avenging myself with mine own hand. For in very deed as sure as the Lord God of Israel liveth which hath kept me back from hurting thee, except thou hadst hasted and met me, there had not been left Nabal by the dawning of the day, a pisser against the wall. And so David received of her hand that she brought him, and said to her: go in peace to thine house. And see I have obeyed thy voice and have received thee to grace.
      And when Abigail came to Nabal: behold, he held a feast in his house like the feast of a King, and Nabals heart was merry within him, and he was drunk a good. Wherefore she told him nought neither little nor more, until the morrow day. But in the morning, when the wine was gone out of Nabal, his wife told him these words, and his heart died within him, and he became as a stone, and upon a ten days after the Lord smote Nabal, that he died. And when David heard that Nabal was dead, he said: Blessed be the Lord that hath judged the cause of my rebuke of the hand of Nabal, and hath kept his servant from evil, and hath turned the wickedness of Nabal again upon his own head. And David sent to commune with Abigail, to the intent to take her to his wife. And when the servants of David were come to Abigail to Carmel, they spake unto her saying: David sent us unto thee, to take thee to his wife. And she arose and bowed herself on her face to the earth, and said: Behold thy handmaid, to be a servant to wash the feet of the servants of my Lord. And Abigail hasted and arose and gat her up upon an Ass, with five damsels of hers that went at her feet, and went after the messengers of David and was his wife. David also took Ahinoam of Jezrahel, and they were both his wives. But Saul gave Michol his daughter Davids wife to Phalti the son of Lais of Gallin

     *whence (from where) *frails (reed baskets) *slade (side of, valley) *pisseth against the wall. *(meaning anything male)

     

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