Home | The Proving Up | Your Testimony | Recorders Testimony | Discernment | GT vs KJV | Yes Word


child abduction...

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.

creteis@yahoo.com

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

     and of a worse nightmare have i hardly ...hardly have been shown ...

     and i was shown and old man who loved God and Christ in spirit and truth.

     and the old man was working roundabout his house ...

     and his grand children playing roundabout his house ...

     and it was broad day light and a plain and ordinary day ...

     and the old man looked up ...

     and there upon the street ...a stone throws away ...was an hooded abductor...

     and the hooded abductor was walking away with one of his grand children ...

     and hooded ...so as no one might plainly see ...the face of the abductor ...

     and the hooded abductor ...dressed plainly as to be seen ...as ordinary ...

     evenso the hooded abductor was bent over ...talking to the child ...

     and had one hand firmly clinched on the child's shoulder ...

     and the fingers and nails of the abductors hands clawed into the child's clothes ...

     even so ...walking beside ...bending over ...smiling at the child ...

     and having the child in such a grip ...as not to frighten the child ...

     Yet caught ...hooked of the wicked hand so as the child could not escape ...

     and the hooded abductor was speaking sweet and pleasant things ...very subtly to the child ...

     even as the hooded abductor led the child away from the old mans ...house ...

     Now the old man seeing this ...became wroth and enraged ...within raged ...

     and as swiftly as he could ...he ran ...hobbling of age ...after the child ...

     and he was mindless of anything else ...eyes of wrath focused only to stop the hooded abductor ...

     even as if to slay the hooded abductor ...if he was able to catch up ...

     and behold the old man gained ground ...for the subtle slow walking of the hooded abductor ...

     and in an instant the old man was upon the hooded abductor ...

     and he reached out to rip away the hand and arm of the hooded abductor off the child ...

     even to break the arm of the hooded abductor... if needs be to lose the child ...and of reprisal of wrath...

     and as the aged man grabbed the arm of the abductor ...a neighbor turned to see it ...

     Yet the neighbor did not see ...the abduction ...

     and only came running thinking that the old man acted rudely ...

     and had offended some one ...who just going for a walk along the street ...

     and so the unknowing neighbor was ready to defend the hooded abductor ...

     nevertheless the old man wrathfully wrenched the child from the grip of the hooded abductor ...

     and put the child behind him ...at an arms length away ...

     and the old man turned on the hooded abductor ...

     and looked into the face ...within the hood ...

     and behold there was no face ...

     Yet was a globe ...like of the world ...sculpted of wires ...

     even like the one on the stage ...of the preacher of prosperity for profit ... 

     and in an instant it was shown ...that the world taketh away the children of men ...

     and the wretchedness of the world against righteousness of God and Christ in the schools of men ...

     and the bending of their little necks ...to honor pride and power and wretched rulers of darkness ...

     even spiritual wickedness for heavenly things ...

     and the teachings of sodomitish ways ...

     and pagan whorship of foreign nations ...glorified as cultural diversity ...

     and the science of lies ...and psychology of sin ... 

     and of all and any offending the young and tender hearts and souls and minds of these little ones ...

     even the wretched self righteous religiousness and indoctrinations of dogma ...

     and doctrine of devils ...appearing as though they were saints ...

     even the slightest of churlish churchly ways ...

     even a single wicked word ...or loathsome look ...upon the innocent ...

 

and scripture came back to remembrance ...

But whosoever offend one of these little ones, which believe in me: ...

THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 18

The same time the disciples came unto Jesus saying: who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven? Jesus called a child unto him, and set him in the midst of them, and said: Verily I say unto you: except ye turn, and become as children, ye cannot enter into the kingdom of heaven. Whosoever therefore humble himself as this child, the same is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. And whosoever receiveth such a child in my name, receiveth me. But whosoever offend one of these little ones, which believe in me: it were better for him, that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea. Woe be unto the world because of offenses. How be it, it cannot be avoided but that offences shall be given. Nevertheless woe be to the man, by whom the offense cometh.
      Wherefore if thy hand or thy foot offend thee, cut him off and cast him from thee. It is better for thee to enter into life halt or maimed, rather then thou shouldest having two hands or two feet, be cast into everlasting fire. And if also thine eye offend thee, pluck him out and cast him from thee. It is better for thee to enter into life with one eye, than having two eyes to be cast into hell fire. See that ye despise not one of these little ones. For I say unto you, that in heaven their angels always behold the face of my father, which is in heaven. Ye, and the son of man is come to save that which is lost. How think ye? If a man have an hundred sheep, and one of them be gone astray, doth he not leave ninety and nine in the mountains, and go and seek that one which is gone astray? If it happen that he find him, verily I say unto you: he rejoiceth more of that sheep, then of the ninety and nine which went not astray. Even so it is not the will of your father in heaven, that one of these little ones should perish.
      Moreover if thy brother trespass against thee. Go and tell him his fault between him and thee alone. If he hear thee, thou hast won thy brother: But if he hear thee not, then take yet with thee one or two, that in the mouth of two or three witnesses, all things may be established. If he hear not them, tell it unto the congregation. If he hear not the congregation, take him as an heathen man and as a publican. Verily I say unto you, whatsoever ye bind on earth, shall be bound in heaven. And whatsoever ye *lowse on earth, shall be *lowsed in heaven. Again I say unto you, that if two of you shall agree in earth upon any manner thing, whatsoever they shall desire: it shall be given them of my father which is in heaven. For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.
      Then came Peter to him, and said: master, how oft shall I forgive my brother, if he sin against me, seven times? Jesus said unto him: I say not unto thee seven times: but seventy times seven times. Therefore is the kingdom of heaven likened unto a certain king, which would take accounts of his servants. And when he had begun to reckon, one was brought unto him, which ought him ten thousand talents: whom because he had nought to pay, his master commanded him to be sold, and his wife, and his children, and all that he had, and payment to be made. The servant fell down and besought him saying: Sir, give me *respite, and I will pay it every whit. Then had the lord pity on that servant, and *lowsed him, and forgave him the debt.
      And the said servant went out and found one of his fellows, which *ought him an hundred pence, and laid hands on him, and took him by the throat, saying: pay me that thou owest. And his fellow fell down and besought him saying: have patience with me, and I will pay thee all. And he would not but went and cast him into prison, till he should pay the debt. When his other fellows saw what was done, they were very sorry, and came and told unto their Lord all that had happened. Then his Lord called him, and said unto him. O evil servant I forgave thee all that debt, because thou prayedst me: was it not *mete also that thou shouldest have had compassion on thy fellow, even as I had pity on thee? And his lord was wroth, and delivered him to the jailers, till he should pay all that was due to him. So likewise shall my heavenly father do unto you, except ye forgive with your hearts, each one to his brother their trespasses

*lowse: again as above; low from the Hebrew is to humble. *respite (reprieve),*ought (owed/ anything) *mete (measured;worthy)

THE REVELATION OF ST JOHN Chpt 18

   Rejoice over her thou heaven, and ye holy Apostles and Prophets: for God hath given your judgement on her. And a mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone, and cast it into the sea, saying: with such violence shall that great city Babylon be cast, and shall be found no more. And the voice of harpers, and musicians, and of pipers, and trumpeters, shall be heard no more in thee: and no crafts man, of whatsoever craft he be, shall be found any more in thee. And the sound of a mill shall be heard no more in thee, and the voice of the bridegroom and of the bride, shall be heard no more in thee, for thy merchants were the great men of the earth. And with thine enchantment were deceived all nations: and in her was found the blood of the Prophets, and of the saints, and of all that were slain upon the earth

Chpt 4 Second Book of Machabees (excluded from most "bibles of men")

      [Chpt 4] This Simon now ( of whom we spake afore ) being a betrayer of the money and of his own natural country, reported the worst of Onias: as though he had moved Heliodorus unto this, and as though he had been a bringer up of evil. Thus he was not ashamed to call him an enemy of the realm, that was so faithful an overseer and defender of the city and of his people: yee and so fervent in the law of God. But when the malice of Simon increased so far, that through his friends there were certain manslaughters committed: Onias considered the peril that might come through this strife, and how that Apollonius ( namely the chief lord in Celosyria and Phenices ) was all set up tyranny, and Simons malice increased the same: He gat him to the king, not as an accuser of the citizens, but as one that by himself intended the common wealth of the whole multitude. For he saw it was not possible to live in peace, neither Simon to leave off from his foolishness, except the king did look thereto. But after the death of Seleucus, when *Antiochus ( which is called the noble ) took the kingdom: Jason the brother of Onias labored to be high priest: for he came unto the king, and promised him three hundred and sixty talents of silver, and of the other rents eighty talents. Beside this he promised him yet an hundred and fifty if he might have *the school of the children, and that he might call them of Jerusalem Antiochians. Which when the king had granted, and he had gotten the superiority, he began immediately to draw his kinsmen to the custom of the Heathen, put down the things that the Jews had set up of love, by John the father of Eupolemius, which was sent ambassador unto Rome, for to make the bond of friendship and love. He put down all the Jews and Liberties of the Jews, and set up the wicked statutes. He durst make a frightening school under the castle, and set fair young men to learn the manners of whores and brodels.

      This was now the beginning of the Heathenish and strange conversation, brought in through the ungracious and unheard wickedness of Jason, which should not be called a Priest, but an ungodly person. In so much that the priests were now no more occupied about the service of the altar, but despised the temple, regarded not the offerings: yee gave their diligence to learn to fight, to wrestle, to leap, to dance, and to put at the stone: not setting by the honor of the fathers, but liked the glory of the Greeks best of all: for the which they strove perilously, and were greedy to follow their statutes, yee their lust was in all things to be like them, which afore were their enemies and destroyers. How be it to do wickedly against the law of God, shall not escape unpunished: but of this we shall speak here after.

      What time as the Olympiades sports were played at Tyrus ( the king himself being present ) this ungracious Jason sent *wicked men bearing from them of Jerusalem ( which were now called Antiochians ) three hundred drachmas of silver for an offering to Hercules.

THE SECOND TO THE CORINTHIANS Chpt 11

  If the truth of Christ be in me, this rejoicing shall not be taken from me in the regions of Achaia. Wherefore? Because I love you not? God knoweth. Nevertheless what I do, that will I do, to cut away occasion from them which desire occasion, that they might be found like unto us in that wherein they rejoice. For these false apostles are deceitful workers, and fashion them selves like unto the Apostles of Christ. And no marvel, for Satan himself is changed into the fashion of an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing, though his ministers fashion them selves as though they were the ministers of righteousness: whose end shall be according to their deeds.

     

     

     

     

Back to Dreams & Visions Page

Home | The Proving Up | Your Testimony | Recorders Testimony | Discernment | GT vs KJV | Yes Word