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beastly accuser...

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

beastly accuser...

 

 

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 a very vile and grievous night mare ...nigh mare it was ...

      even as the green horse of death ....

      even as it is written ...

      nevertheless i was taken and shown a man that loved God and Christ ...

      and he was in the midst of the world of the worldly ...

      and there appeared another man ...

      and the other man appeared quite usual and "normal" ...

      and the other man allowed... for most all of all things ...done ...

      and listened ...appearing intently ...to anything that anyone said ...

      even all and any opinions ...

      and counted any and all judgments of any matter ...worthy to be heard ....

      and especially appeared ...to have an especially kind ear to the troubles of women ...

      and he gathered up to listen to the women accuse ...

      and the women loved him ...

      and he provide means and measures to any ..especially the womens ...

      and comfort in the flesh ...

      and as well as nurture in all things ...of the flesh ...

      and money for to satisfy the flesh ...and most wants of any ...

      even as many as the other man might desire ...gathered up to him ...

      and that because he appeared to care ...

      and feigned affection ...

      and provided for things in the flesh ...

      Now it came to pass that this other man ...looked upon the man of God and Christ ...

      and desired to have him also gather up with him ...

      Yet the man of God and was shown nothing of the other man ...

      and so the man of God gathered up with the other man ...unknowingly ...

      and the the other man said ...come with me ...i have something to show you ...

      and so they went together for a space ...

      and behold the other man showed the man of God and Christ ...a thing ...

      and the thing appeared as though a monkey ...

      and another ...another appeared like a man ...like the other man ...next to the monkey ...

      and in an instant the man that appeared next to the monkey ..turned into a beastly thing ...

      and the beastly thing appeared to be half man and half beast ...

      and the man of God and Christ was astounded ...at being shown this ...

      and he asked the other man ...what was that ???

      and the other man said ...it was half man and half beast ...

      even exactly the way it appears ...

      and the man of God and Christ desired to have nothing to do with the thing ...

      and to leave the presence of the thing as fast as possible ...

      and immediately the other man and the man of God and Christ ...went on another way ...

      even on the mans ...the other mans way ...

      and the other man thought to comfort the man of God and Christ ...

      even because it was such a dread thing to see such a thing as a man and beast ...

      and the other man reached out his hand to comfort the man of God and Christ ...

      and behold the ...other mans hands turned into the same ...

      even the paws of the beast ...

      and arms covered with the hairy redness ....of Esau...

      and the man of God and Christ was sore vexed ...

      and prayed to be loose from the measures of matters and the beastly thing ...things ...

      and it was shown plainly that in and of the world ...

      and the comfort and nurture and providing thereof ...

      even of any thing that might come of all of it ...

      even comes also the judgment of the world ...and the worldly ...

      even that it seems so .... justified ...

      even that it seems so ...right ...

      even that it seems so comfortable ...

      and that all ...the Godly...the unGodly ...

      even the beastly ...have to listen to the accusers ...

      even to the busy bodies ...and their accusing ...

      and those that give ear to such things ...and in -joy it ...

      even those that ...add their own accusing to the wicked judgment of the world ...

      and it becomes deadly ...

      even as it is written " the righteous accuseth himself first of all " ...

      and then if he would ...accept the wicked judgment of the world ...

      and ..or take upon themselves ...the opinions of the unGodly ...

      the weight of such is sore vexing to the soul ...even unto death ...

      nevertheless who can save us and keep us safe from the judgments of the world ...?

      even God our father and Jesus our brother and Lord ....

      even the spirit of truth ... 

      for that judgment ...which is not of God and Christ ...in spirit and truth ...

      is worth nothing ...

 

THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 12

In that time went Jesus on the Sabbath days through the corn and his disciples were an hungered, and began to pluck the ears of corn, and to eat. When the Pharisees saw that, they said unto him: Behold, thy disciples do that which is not lawful to do upon the Sabbath day. He said unto them: Have ye not read what David did, when he was anhungered, and they also which were with him? How he entered into the house of God, and ate the hallowed loaves which were not lawful for him to eat neither for them which were with him, but only for the priests. Or have ye not read in the law, how that the priests in the temple break the Sabbath day, and yet are blameless? But I say unto you: that here is one greater than the temple. Wherefore if ye had *wist what this saying meaneth: I require mercy, and not sacrifice: ye would never have condemned innocents. For the son of man is Lord even of the sabbath day.
      And he departed thence, and went into their synagogue: and behold there was a man which had his hand dried up. And they asked him, saying: is it lawful to heal upon the Sabbath days? because they might accuse him. And he said unto them: which of you would it be, if he had a sheep fallen into a pit on the Sabbath day, that would not take him and lift him out? And how much is a man better then a sheep? Wherefore it is lawful to do a good deed on the Sabbath days. Then said he to the man: stretch forth thy hand. And he stretched it forth. And it was made whole again like unto the other.
 

THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 27

And the chief priest took the silver plates and said: it is not lawful for to put them in to the treasury, because it is the price of blood. And they took counsel, and bought with them a potters field to bury strangers in. Wherefore that field is called the field of blood, until this day. Then was fulfilled, that which was spoken by Jeremy the Prophet saying: and they took thirty silver plates, the price of him that was valued whom they bought of the children of Israel, and they gave them for the potters field, as the Lord appointed me. Jesus stood before the *deputy: and the deputy asked him saying: art thou the king of the Jews: Jesus said unto him: Thou sayest. And when he was accused of the chief priests and elders, he answered nothing. Then said Pilate unto him: hearest thou not, how many things they lay against thee? And he answered him never a word: in so much that the deputy marvelled greatly.
 

THE GOSPELL OF ST. MARK Chpt 3

And he entered again into the synagogue, and there was a man there which had a withered hand. And they watched him to see, whether he would heal him on the Saboth day, that they might accuse him. And he said unto the man which had the withered hand: arise and stand in the midst. And he said to them: whether is it lawful to do a good deed on the sabboth days, or an evil? to save life or kill? But they held their peace. And he looked round about on them angerly, mourning on the blindness of their hearts, and said to the man, stretch forth thine hand. And he stretched it out. And his hand was restored, even as whole as the other.
 

THE GOSPELL OF ST. MARK Chpt 15

And *anon in the dawning the high Priests held council with the elders and the Scribes, and the whole congregation and bound Jesus and led him away, and delivered him to Pilate. And Pilate asked him: art thou the king of the Jews? And he answered and said unto him: thou sayest it. And the high priests accused him of many things. Wherefore Pilate asked him again saying: Answerest thou nothing? Behold how many things they lay unto thy charge. Jesus yet answered never a word, so that Pilate marvelled.
 

THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 11

Woe be to you lawyers: for ye have taken away the key of knowledge, ye entered not in yourselves, and them that came in ye forbade. When he thus spake unto them, the lawyers and the Pharisees began to wax busy about him, and to stop his mouth with many questions, laying wait for him, and seeking to catch something of his mouth, whereby they might accuse him.

THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 16

And he said also unto his disciples. There was a certain rich man, which had a steward, that was accused unto him, that he had wasted his goods. And he called him: and said unto him: How is it, that I hear this of thee? Give accounts of thy stewardship: for thou mayest be no longer steward. The steward said with in him self: what shall I do? for my master will take away from me the stewardship. I cannot dig, and to beg, I am ashamed. I *wot what to do, that when I am put out of the stewardship, they may receive me into their houses.
      Then called he all his masters debtors, and said unto the first: how much owest thou unto my master? And he said: an hundred tuns of oil. And he said to him: take thy bill, and sit down quickly, and write fifty. Then said he to another: what owest thou? And he said: an hundred quarters of wheat. He said to him: Take thy bill, and write fourscore. And the Lord commended the unjust steward because he had done wisely. For the children of this world are in their kind, wiser then the children of light. And I say also unto you: make you friends of the wicked mammon, that when ye shall depart, they may receive you into everlasting habitations.
      He that is faithful in that which is least the same is faithful in much. And he that is unfaithful in the least: is unfaithful also in much. So then if ye have not been faithful in the wicked mammon, who will believe you in that which is true? And if ye have not been faithful in another mans business: who shall give you your own? No servant can serve two masters, for either he shall hate the one and love the other, or else he shall lean to the one and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.
      All these things heard the Pharisees also which were covetous, and they mocked him. And he said unto them: Ye are they which justify yourselves before men: but God knoweth your hearts. For that which is highly esteemed among men, is abominable in the sight of God.
 

THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 23

And the whole multitude of them arose, and led him unto Pilate. And they began to accuse him saying: We have found his fellow perverting the people, and forbidding to pay tribute to Cesar: saying, that he is Christ a king. And Pilate opposed him saying: art thou the king of the Jews? He answered him and said: thou sayest it. Then said Pilate to the high Priests, and to the people: I find no fault in this man. And they were the more fierce saying. He moveth the people, teaching throughout Jewry, and began at Galile, even to this place.
      When Pilate heard mention of Galile he asked whether the man were of Galilee. And as soon as he knew that he was of Herodes jurisdiction he sent him to Herode, which was also at Jerusalem in those days. And when Herode saw Jesus, he was exceedingly glad. For he was desirous to see him of a long season, because he had heard many things of him, and trusted to have seen some miracle done by him. Then questioned he with him of many things. But he answered him not one word. The high Priests and Scribes, stood forth and accused him straitly. And Herod with his men of war, despised him, and mocked him, and arrayed him in white, and sent him again to Pilate. And the same day Pilate and Herod were made friends together. For before they were at variance.
      And Pilate called together the high Priests and the rulers, and the people, and said unto them: Ye have brought this man unto me, as one that perverted the people. And behold I have examined him before you, and have found no fault in this man, of those things whereof ye accuse him. No nor yet Herode. For I sent you to him: and lo nothing worthy of death is done to him. I will therefore chasten him and let him loose. For of necessity, he must have let one loose unto them at that feast.
 

THE GOSPELL OF ST. JOHN Chpt 5

 Search the scriptures, for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me. And yet will ye not come to me, that ye might have life. I receive not praise of men. But I know you, that ye have not the love of God in you. I am come in my fathers name, and ye receive me not. If another shall come in his own name, him will ye receive. How can ye believe which receive honour one of another, and seek not the honour that cometh of God only?
      Do not think that I will accuse you to my father. There is one that accuseth you: even Moses in whom ye trust. For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me: for he wrote of me. But seeing ye believe not his writing: how shall ye believe my words?

THE GOSPELL OF ST. JOHN Chpt 8

 And Jesus went unto mount olivet, and early in the morning came again into the temple and all the people came unto him, and he sat down and taught them. And the Scribes and the Pharisees brought unto him a woman taken in *advoutry, and set her in the midst and said unto him: Master, this woman was taken in *advoutry, even as the deed was a doing. Moses in the law commanded us that such should be stoned. What sayest thou therefore? And this they said to tempt him: that they might have, whereof to accuse him. Jesus stooped down, and with his finger wrote on the ground. And while they continued asking him, he lifted himself up, and said unto them: let him that is among you without sin, cast the first stone at her. And again he stooped down and wrote on the ground. And as soon as they heard that, they went out one by one, the eldest first. And Jesus was left alone, and the woman standing in the midst.
      When Jesus had lifted up himself again, and saw no man, but the woman, he said unto her: Woman where are those thine accusers? Hath no man condemned thee? She said: No man Lord. And Jesus said: Neither do I condemn thee.
      Go, and sin no more.
 

THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 19

Some of the company drew forth Alexander, the Jewes thrusting him forwards. Alexander beckoned with the hand, and would have given the people an answer. When they knew that he was a Jewe, there arose a shout almost for the space of two hours, of all men crying, great is Diana of the Ephesians.
      When the town clerk had ceased the people, he said: ye men of Ephesus, what man is it that knoweth not how that the city of the Ephesians is a worshipper of the great goddess Diana, and of the image which came from heaven. Seeing then that no man saith here against, ye ought to be content, and to do nothing rashly: For ye have brought hither these men which are neither robbers of churches, nor yet despisers of your goddess. Wherefore if Demetrius and the craftsmen which are with him, have any saying to any man, the law is open, and there are rulers, let them accuse one another. If ye go about any other thing, it may be determined in a lawful congregation. For we are in jeopardy to be accused of this days business: for as much as there is no cause whereby we may give a reckoning of this concourse of people. And when he had thus spoken he let the congregation depart.

THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 22

Then the upper Captain came, and said to him: tell me, art thou a Roman? He said: Ye. And the captain answered: with a great sum obtained I this freedom. And Paul said: I was free born. Then straight way departed from him, they which should have examined him. And the high Captain also was afraid, after he knew that he was a Roman: because he had bound him.
      On the morrow because he would have known the certainty wherefore he was accused of the Jewes, he loosed him from his bonds, and commanded the high Priests and all the council to come together, and brought Paul, and set him before them.

THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 23

 Claudius Lisias unto the most mighty ruler Felix, sendeth greetings. This man was taken of the Jewes, and should have been killed of them. Then came I with soldiers, and rescued him, and perceived that he was a Roman. And when I would have known the cause, wherefore they accused him, I brought him forth into their council. There perceived I that he was accused of questions of their law: but was not guilty of any thing worthy of death or of bonds. Afterward when it was showed me how that the Jews laid wait for the man, I sent him straightway to thee, and gave commandment to his accusers, if they had ought against him, to tell it unto thee: farewell. Then the soldiers as it was commanded them, took Paul, and brought him by night to Antipatras. On the morrow they left horsemen to go with him, and returned unto the castle. Which when they came to Cesarea, they delivered the epistle to the *debite, and presented Paul before him. When the *debits had read the letter, he asked of what country he was. And when he understood that he was of Cicill. I will hear thee (said he) when thine accusers are come also: and commanded him to be kept in Herods palace.

THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 24

After five days, Ananias the high Priest descended, with elders and with a certain Orator named Tartullus, and informed the ruler of Paul. When Paul was called forth, Tartullus began to accuse him saying: Seeing that we live in great quietness by the means of thee, and that many good things are done unto this nation through thy providence: that allow we ever and in all places most mighty Felix with all thanks. Notwithstanding, that I be not tedious unto thee, I pray thee, that thou wouldest hear us of thy courtesy a few words.
      We have found this man a pestilent fellow, and a mover of debate unto all the Jewes throughout the world, and a maintainer of the sect of the Nazarites, and hath also enforced to pollute the temple. Whom we took and would have judged according to our law: but the high captain Lysias came upon us, and with great violence took him away out of our hands commanding his accusers to come unto thee. Of whom thou mayest (if thou wilt enquire) know the certain of all these things whereof we accuse him. The Jewes likewise affirmed, saying that it was even so.
      Then Paul (after that the ruler himself had beckoned unto him that he should speak) answered: I shall with a more quiet mind answer for myself, for as much as I understand that thou hast been of many years a judge unto this people, because that thou mayest know that there are yet, but twelve days since I went up to Jerusalem for to pray, and that they neither found me in the temple disputing with any man, either raising up the people neither in the Synagogues, nor in the city. Neither can they prove the things whereof they accuse me.
      But this I confess unto thee, that after that way (which they call heresy) so worship I the God of my fathers, believing all things which are written in the law and the Prophets, and have hope towards God, that the same resurrection from death (which they themselves look for also) shall be, both of just and unjust. And therefore study I to have a clear conscience toward God, and toward man also.
      But after many years I came and brought alms to my people and offerings, in the which they found me purified in the temple, neither with multitude, nor yet with unquietness. Howbeit there were certain Jewes out of Asia, which ought to be here present before thee, and accuse me, if they had ought against me: or else let these same here say, if they have found any evil doing in me, while I stand here in the council: except it be for this one voice, that I cried standing among them, of the resurrection from death am I judged of you this day.
      When Felix heard these things, he deferred them, for he knew very well of that way, and said: when Lysias the captain is come, I will know the utmost of your matters. And he commanded an undercaptain to keep Paul and that he should have rest, and that he should forbid none of his acquaintance to minister unto him, or to come unto him.
      And after a certain days, came Felix and his wife Drusilla which was a Jewess, and called forth Paul, and heard him of the faith which is toward Christ. And as he preached of righteousness, temperance and judgement to come, Felix trembled and answered: thou hast done enough at this time, depart, when I have a convenient time, I will send for thee. He hoped also that money should have been given him of Paul, that he might loose him: wherefore he called him the oftener and communed with him. But after two year, Festus Porcius came into Felix room. And Felix willing to show the Jewes a pleasure, left Paul in prison bound.

THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 25

When Festus was come into the province, after three days, he ascended from Cesarea unto Jerusalem. Then informed him the high Priests and the chief of the Jews of Paul. And they besought him and desired favour against him, that he would send for him to Jerusalem: and laid wait for him in the way to kill him. Festus answered that Paul should be kept at Cesarea: but that he himself would shortly depart thither. Let them therefore (said he) which among you are able to do it, come down with us and accuse him, if there be any fault in the man.
      When he had tarried there more then ten days, he departed unto Cesarea, and the next day sat down in the judgement seat, and commanded Paul to be brought. When he was come, the Jewes which were come from Jerusalem, came about him and laid many and grievous complaints against Paul, which they could not prove as long as he answered for himself, that he had neither against the law of the Jewes, neither against the temple, nor yet against Cesar offended any thing at all.
      Festus willing to do the Jewes a pleasure answered Paul and said: wilt thou go to Jerusalem and there be judged of these things before me? Then said Paul: I stand at Cesars judgement seat, where I ought to be judged. To the Jewes have I no harm done, as thou verily well knowest. If I have hurt them, or committed any thing worthy of death I refuse not to die. If none of these things are, where of they accuse me, no man ought to deliver me to them. I appeal unto Cesar. Then spake Festus with deliberation, and answered. Thou hast appealed unto Cesar: unto Cesar shalt thou go.
      After a certain days, king Agrippa and Bernice came unto Cesarea to salute Festus. And when they had been there a good season, Festus rehearsed Pauls cause unto the king saying: there is a certain man left in prison of Felix, about whom when I came to Jerusalem, the high Priests and elders of the Jewes informed me, and desired to have judgement against him. To whom I answered: It is not the manner of the Romans to deliver any man, that he should perish, before that he which is accused, have the accusers before him, and have license to answer for himself concerning the crime laid against him: when they were come hither, without delay on the morrow I sat to give judgement, and commanded the man to be brought forth. Against whom when the accusers stood up, they brought none accusation of such things as I supposed: but had certain questions against him of their own superstition, and of one Jesus which was dead whom Paul affirmed to be alive. And because I doubted of such manner questions, I asked him whither he would go to Jerusalem, and there be judged of these matters. Then when Paul had appealed to be kept unto the knowledge of Cesar, I commanded him to be kept, till I might send him to Caesar. Agrippa said unto Festus: I would also hear the man myself. Tomorrow (said he) thou shalt hear him. And on the morrow when Agrippa was come and Bernice with great pomp, and were entered into the council house with the captains and chief men of the city, at Festus commandment Paul was brought forth. And Festus said: king Agrippa, and all men which are here present with us: ye see this man about whom all the multitude of the Jewes have been with me, both at Jerusalem, and also here, crying that he ought not to live any longer. Yet found I nothing worthy of death that he had committed. Nevertheless seeing that he hath appealed to Cesar, I have determined to send him. Of whom I have no certain thing to write unto my Lord. Wherefore I have brought him unto you, and specially unto thee, king Agrippa, that after examination had, I might have somewhat to write. For me thinketh it unreasonable, for to send a prisoner, and not to show the causes which are laid against him.

THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 26

Agrippa said unto Paul: thou art permitted to speak for thyself. Then Paul stretched forth the hand, and answered for himself. I think myself happy King Agrippa, because I shall answer this day before thee, of all the things whereof I am accused of the Jewes, namely because thou art expert in all customs and questions, which are among the Jewes. Wherefore I beseech thee to hear me patiently.
      My living of a child, which was at the first among mine own nation at Jerusalem know all the Jewes which knew me from the beginning, if they would testify it. For after the most straitest sect of our *lay, lived I a Pharisaye. And now I stand and am judged for the hope of the promise made of God unto our fathers: unto which promise our twelve tribes instantly serving God day and night hope to come. For which hopes sake, king Agrippa, am I accused of the Jewes. Why should it be thought a thing incredible unto you, that God should raise again the dead? I also verily thought in myself, that I ought to do many contrary things clean against the name of Jesus of Nazareth: which things I also did in Jerusalem. Where many of the saints I shut up in prison, and had received authority of the high priests. And when they were put to death, I gave the sentence. And I punished them oft in every synagogue, and compelled them to blaspheme: and was yet more mad upon them, and persecuted them even unto strange cities. About the which things as I went to Damasco with authority and license of the high Priests, even at midday (O king) I saw in the way a light from heaven, above the brightness of the sun, shine round about me and them, which journeyed with me.

THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 28

And it fortuned after three days, that Paul called the chief of the Jewes to gether. And when they were come, he said unto them: Men and brethren though I have committed nothing against the people or laws of our fathers: yet was I delivered prisoner from Jerusalem into the hands of the Romans. Which when they had examined me, would have let me go, because they found no cause of death in me. But when the Jewes cried contrary, I was constrained to appeal unto Cesar: not because I had ought to accuse my people of. For this cause have I called for you, even to see you, and to speak with you: because that for the hope of Israel, I am bound with this chain.
 

THE SECOND TO TIMOTHYE Chpt 3

This understand, that in the last days shall come parlous times. For the men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, cursed speakers, disobedient to father and mother, unthankful, unholy, unkind, trucebreakers, stubborn, false accusers, rioters, fierce despisers of them which are good, traitors, heady, high minded, greedy upon voluptuousness more then lovers of God, having a similitude of Godly living, but have denied the power thereof: and such abhor. Of this sort are they which enter into houses, and bring into bondage women laden with sin, which women are led of *diverse lusts, ever learning and never able to come unto the knowledge of the truth.
 

TO TITUS Chpt 2

But speak thou that which becometh wholesome learning. That, that the elder men be sober, honest, discreet, sound in the faith in love and in patience. And the elder women likewise, that they be in such raiment as becometh holiness, not false accusers, not given to much drinking, but teachers of honest things, to make the young women soberminded, to love their husbands, to love their children, to be discreet, chaste, housewifely, good and obedient unto their own husbands that the word of God be not evil spoken of. Young men likewise exhort that they be sober minded.
 

THE FIRST EPISTLE OF ST. PETER Chpt 3

Moreover who is it that will harm you, if ye follow that which is good? Notwithstanding happy are ye if ye suffer for righteousness sake. Ye and fear not though they seem terrible to you, neither be troubled: but sanctify the Lord God in your hearts. Be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you, and that with meekness and fear: having a good conscience, that when they backbite you as evildoers, they may be ashamed, for as much as they have falsely accused your good conversation in Christ.
 

THE REVELATION OF ST JOHN THE DIVINE Chpt 12

 And I heard a loud voice saying: in heaven is now made salvation and strength and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ. For he is cast down which accused them before God day and night. And they overcame him by the blood of the lamb, and by the word of their testimony, and they loved not their lives unto the death. Therefore rejoice heavens, and ye that dwell in them. Woe to the inhabiters of the earth, and of the sea: for the devil is come down unto you which hath great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.
      And when the dragon saw, that he was cast unto the earth, he persecuted the woman, which brought forth the man child. And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness, into her place, where she is nourished for a time, times, and half a time, from the presence of the serpent. And the dragon cast out of his mouth water after the woman as it had been a river, because she should have been caught of the flood. And the earth helped the woman, and the earth opened her mouth and swallowed, up the river, which the dragon cast out of his mouth. And the dragon was wroth with the woman: and went and made war with the remnant of her seed, which keep the commandments of God, and have the testimony of Jesus Christ. And I stood on the sea *stonde.

 

 

 

 

 

     

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