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lost way at college...

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 dread 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 college student...

and the college student was near the end of his enrolment ...

evenso he had not sealed himself...in a way of the world...that the college would have him go ...

and plainly...he had not settled on a career path ...

and the young man felt lost and confused ...

and guilty and foolish and wasted ...

even that he had wasted so much of his time and effort...

even the encouragement and help of others...

nevertheless he chose a table ...and he sat at...the table...

Now while he was sitting there did others try to take over the whole table ...

evenso he made room for others ...

Yet the others were rude ...and gave him little space ...

and the others thought highly of themselves and their own understandings ... 

and they thought little of the young man ...

and scoffed at him ...

even as they spread their works ...of building more ...in the world of the worldly...

and gloried in themselves and their own imagined intelligence ...of worldly works and things...

Nevertheless the young man treated them kindly ...

even as they were unkind to him ...

even as they were evil to him ...did he treat them kindly ...

Now the young man pulled out his laptop computer ...

and it was a thing he had modified and built himself ...

and it had two screens ...one facing himself ...and another facing away ...a way ...that other could watch also ...

and as soon as the young man started his laptop ...did the rude and scoffing unkind and evil ones at the table take notice ...

and they asked what is that ...

and the young man said ...oh it is nothing ..."just something that came to me in a dream " ...

and the rude and scoffing unkind and evil ones were astonished ...

Yet went back to their own proud and vain works of the world of the worldly ...

And the young man continued in his works on the laptop ...at his table ...

and he had created software that allowed any other device to also ...access the laptop...

and in that way anyone could also share of the information ...inner act with each other ...

even as students and teachers might ...

even to play games ...with each other ...

Nevertheless the young ...got up and went ...again ...the way of the college ...

and thought little of himself and his efforts ...even of the device ...shown him ...

and he went to the high places of the college ...

and to the low places of the college ...

even to the places where people only play ...

and where women look for husbands ...

and where men accomplish nothing ...

and he found that the way of the place was fast and slippery ...

and he knew that ...the coldness was coming ...

and he had thought to hang ...his coat ...in that place ...for another season ...

Yet he had lost his coat ...

and could not find it ...

and he wondered what he should do next ...

and he raced again along the high and low places ...

and looked on the high ways of the world of the worldly ...

and the ways of pride and pursuing profit ...above all things ...

and he ran and raced ...even as it was getting colder ...

and i was not shown ...if he took the time to pray ...that ...the way of the Lord for him ...be shown him also ... 

or that if shown ...he would go that way ...

and not the proud pompass pushing and pandering way for profit ...way of the world of the worldly...

 

and scripture came back to remembrance ...

THE FIRST TO TIMOTHYE Chpt 6

Charge them that are rich in this world, that they be not exceeding wise, and that they trust not in the uncertain riches, but in the living God, which giveth us abundantly all things to enjoy them, and that they do good, and be rich in good works, and ready to give and to distribute, laying up in store for themselves a good foundation against the time to come that they may obtain eternal life.
      O' Timothy save that which is given thee to keep, and avoid unghostly vanities of voices and oppositions of science falsely so called, which science while some professed, they have errored as concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen

THE PROVERBS Chpt 16

The fear of the Lord is the right science of wisdom, and lowliness goeth before honor.

THE FIRST TO THE CORINTHIANS Chpt 10

   And I would not that ye should have fellowship with the devils. Ye cannot drink of the cup of the Lord, and of the cup of the devils. Ye can not be partakers of the Lords table, and of the table of devils. Either shall we provoke the Lord? Or are we stronger then he? All things are lawful unto me, but all things are not *expedient. All things are lawful to me, but all things edify not. Let no man seek his own profit: but let every man seek anothers wealth.

 

ESAI or ISAIAH Chpt 40

Be of good cheer my people, be of good cheer, ( saith your God ) Comfort Jerusalem, and tell her, that her travail is at an end, that her offense is pardoned, that she hath received of the Lords hand sufficient correction for all her sins. A voice crieth: Prepared the way *for the Lord in the wilderness, make straight the path for our God in the desert. Let all valleys be exalted, and every mountain and hill layed low. What so is crooked, let it be made straight, and let the rough places be made plain fields. For the glory of God shall appear, and all flesh shall see it. For why? The mouth of the Lord hath spoken it.
      The same voice spake: Now cry. And I said: What shall I cry? Then spake it: That all flesh is grass, and that all the beauty thereof, is as the flower of the field. When the grass withereth, the flower faileth away. Even so is, the people as grass, when the *breath of the Lord bloweth upon *them. Nevertheless, whether the grass wither, or the flower fade away: Yet the word of our God endureth forever. Moreover the voice cried thus: Go up unto the hill ( O Sion ) thou that bringest good tidings, lift up thy voice with power, O thou preacher Jerusalem. Lift it up without fear, and say unto the cities of Judah, Behold your God, behold the Lord, even the Allmighty shall come with power, and beare rule with his arm. Behold, he bringeth his treasure with him, and his works go before him. He shall gather the lambs together with his arm, and carry them in his bosom, and shall kindly entreat those that beare young.
      Who hath holden the waters in his fist? Who hath measured heaven with his span, and hath comprehended all the earth of the world in three fingers? Who hath weighed the mountains and the hills? Who hath reformed the mind of the Lord? Or who is of his counsel to teach him? At whom hath he asked counsel, to make him understand, and to learn him the way of judgement: to teach him science: and to instruct him in the way of understanding. Behold, all people are in comparison of him, as a drop to a bucket full, and are counted as the least thing that the balance weigheth. Behold, the Isles are in comparison of him, as the shadow of the *son beam. Libanus is not sufficient to minister fire for his offering, and all the beasts thereof are not enough to one sacrifice. All people in comparison of him are reckoned as nothing, yee vain vanity and emptiness.
      To whom then will ye liken God? or what similitude will ye set up unto him? Shall the carver make him a carved image? and shall the goldsmith cover him with gold, or cast him into a form of silver plates? Moreover shall the image maker ( that the poor man which is disposed, may have something to set up also ) seek out and choose a tree, that is not rotten, and carve thereout an image, that moveth not? Know ye not this ? Heard ye never of it ? Hath it not been preached unto you since the beginning? Have ye not been enformed of this since the foundation of the earth was layed: That he sitteth upon the circle of the world, and all the inhabitors of the world are in comparison of him, but as grasshoppers: That he spreadeth out the heavens as a *covering that he stretcheth them out, as a tent to dwell in: That he bringeth Princes to nothing, and the judges of the earth to dust: so that they be not planted, nor sown again, neither their stock rooted again in the earth? For as soon as he bloweth upon them, they wither and fade away like the straw in a whirlwind.
      To whom now will ye liken me, and whom shall I be like, sayeth the holy one? Lift up your eyes on high, and consider. Who hath made those things, which come out by so great heaps? and he can call them all by their names. For their is nothing hid unto the greatness of his power, strength, and might. Now then may Jacob think, or how may Israel say: My ways are hid from the Lord, and my God knoweth not my judgments. Knowest thou not, or hast thou not heard, that the everlasting God, the Lord, which made all the corners of the earth, is neither weary nor faint: and that his wisdom can not be comprehended? but that he giveth strength to the weary, and power to the faint, and the strongest men fall: But unto them that have the Lord before their eyes, shall strength be increased, Eagles wings shall grow upon them: When they run, they shall not fall: and when they go, they shall not be weary

Prepared the way *for (kjv and other bibles of man =of) the Lord in the wilderness
*breath ( kjv and other bibles of man =the spirit) upon *them.(kjv and other bibles of man = it) This is the exact spelling; son. RN
*covering (kjv and other bibles of man = curtain)

 

THE BOOK OF WISDOM Chpt 7

Wherefore I desired, and understanding was given me: I called, and the spirit of wisdom came in to me. I set more by her then by kingdoms and royal seats, and counted riches nothing in comparison of her. As for precious stone I compared it not unto her: for all gold is but gravel unto her, and silver shall be counted but clay before her sight. I loved her above welfare and beauty, and purposed to take her for my light, for her shine can not be quenched. All good things come to me with her, and innumerable riches through her hands. And I was glad in them all, for this wisdom went before me, and I knew not that she was the mother of all good things. Now as I myself learned unfainedly, so do I make other men partakers of her, and hide her riches from no man: For she is an infinite treasure unto men, which who so use, become partakers of the love and friendship of God, and are accepted unto him for the gifts of wisdom.
      God hath granted me to talk wisely, and convenient to handle the things that he hath graciously lent me. For it is he, that leadeth unto wisdom, and teacheth to use wisdom and right. In his hand are we and our words: yee all our wisdom, our understanding and knowledge of all our works. For he hath given me the true science of these things: so that I know how the world was made, and the powers of the elements: The beginning, ending and midst of the times: how the times alter, how one goeth after another, and how they are fulfilled: the course of the year: the ordinances of the stars: the natures and kinds of beasts: the furriousness of beasts: the power of the winds: the imaginations of men: the diversities of young plants: the virtues of roots, And all such things as are secret and not looked for, have I learned. For the workmaster of all things hath taught me wisdom. In her is the spirit of understanding, which is holy, manyfold, one only, subtle, courteous, discreet, quick, undefiled, plain, sweet, loving the thing that is good, sharp, which forbiddeth not to do well, gentile, kind, steadfast, sure, free having all virtues, circumspect in all things: receiving all spirits of understanding, being clear and sharp. For wisdom is nimbler then all nimble things: she goeth through and attaineth to all things, because of her cleanness. For she is the breath of the power of God, and a pure clean expressing of the clearness of Almighty God. Therefore can no undefiled thing come unto her: for she is the brightness of the everlasting light, the undefiled mirror of the majesty of God, and the image of his goodness. And for so much as she is one, she may do all things: and being steadfast herself she reneweth all, and among the people conveyeth she herself in to the holy souls. She maketh Gods friends and prophets: for God loveth no man, but him in whom wisdom dwelleth. For she is more beautiful then the Sun and giveth more light then the stars, and the day is not to be compared unto her: for upon the day cometh night. But wickedness can not overcome wisdom, and foolishness may not be with her

 

THE BOOK OF WISDOM Chpt 15

 But thou ( O' our God ) art sweet, long suffering and true, and in mercy orderest thou all things. Though we sin, yet we are thine, for we know thy strength. If we sin not, then are we sure, that thou regard us. For to know thee, is perfect righteousness: Yee to know thy righteousness and power, is the root of immortality. As for the thing that men have found out through their evil science, it hath not deceived us: as the painting of a picture ( an unprofitable labor ) an carved image, with diverse colors, whose sight enticeth the ignorant: so that he honoreth and loveth the picture of the dead image that hath no soul.
      Nevertheless, they that love such evil things, are worthy of death: they that trust in them, they that make them, they that love them, and they that honor them. The potter also taketh and tempereth soft earth, laboreth it, and giveth it the fashion of a vessel, whatsoever serveth for our use: and so of one piece of clay he maketh some clean vessel for service, and some contrary. But where to every vessel serveth, that knoweth not the potter himself. So with his vain labor he maketh a God of the same clay: this doth even he, which a little afore was made of earth himself, and within a little while after ( when he dieth ) turneth to earth again.
      Notwithstanding, he careth not the more because he shall labor, ner because his life is short: but striveth to excel goldsmiths, the silversmiths and coppersmiths, and taketh it for an honor to make vain things. For his heart is ashes, his hope is but vain earth, and his life is more vile than clay: for so much as he knoweth not his own maker, that gave him his soul to work, and breath in him the breath of life. They count our life but a pastime and our conversation to be but a market, and that men should ever be getting, and that by evil means. Now he that of earth maketh frail vessels and images, knoweth himself to offend above all other.
      All the enemies of thy people and that hold them in subjection, are unwise, unhappy, and exceedingly proud unto their own souls: for they judge all the Idols of the Heathen to be gods, which neither have eye sight to see, ner noses to smell, ner ears to hear, nor fingers of hands for to grope: and as for their feet, they are too slow to go. For man made them, and he that hath but a borrowed spirit, fashioned them. But no man can make a God like unto him: for seeing he is but mortal himself, it is but mortal that he maketh with ungodly hands. He himself is better then they whom he worshipeth, for he lived though he was mortal, but so did never they. Yee they worship beasts also, which are most miserable: for compare things that cannot feel unto them, and they are worse then those. Yet is there not one of these beasts, that with his sight can behold any good thing, neither have they given praise ner thanks unto God

 

   THE FIRST EPISTLE OF ST. JOHN Chpt 2

      See that ye love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the father is not in him. For all that is in the world (as the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of goods) is not of the father, but of the world. And the world vanisheth away and the lust there of: but he that fulfilleth the will of God, abideth ever.

 

  THE FOURTH BOOK OF ESDRAS Chpt 4

      And the angel that was sent unto me ( whos name was Uriel ) gave me an answer, and said: Thy heart has taken to much upon it in this world, and thou thinkest to comprehend the way of the Highest. Then said I: Yee my Lord: And he answered me, and said: I am sent to show thee these ways, and to set forth these similitudes, before thee: whereof if thou canst declare me one , I will show thee also the way, that thou desirest to see: and I shall show thee from whence the wicked heart cometh. And I said: Tell on my Lord. Then said he unto me: Go thy way, weigh me the weight of the fire, or measure me the blast of the wind, or call me again the day that is past. Then answered I and said: What man born is able to do that? Why requirest thou such of me? And he said unto me: If I should ask thee, how deep dwellings are in the sea? Or how great water springs are upon the firmament: Or how great water springs are in the firmament of the deep? Or which are the out goings of paradise? Peradventure thou wouldest say unto me: I never went down into the deep nor hell, neither did I ever climb up in to heaven. Nevertheless now have I asked thee but only of fire and wind and of the day, where through thou hast traveled, and from the which thou canst not be separated: and yet canest thou give me no answer of them.

      He said moreover unto me: Thine own things, and such as are grown up with thee, canest thou not know: how should thy vessel then be able to comprehend the way of the Highest, and now outwardly in the corrupt world, to understand the corruption that is evident in my sight: Then said I unto him: It were better that we were not at all, then that we should live in wickedness, and to suffer, and not to know wherefore. He answered me, and said: I went in a wood, and the trees took such a device and said: Come let us go, and fight against the sea, that it may depart away from us, and that we may make us yet more woods.

      The floods of the sea in like manner took this device, and said: Come, let us go up, and fight against the trees of the wood, that we may make our land wider. The thought of the wood was but vain and nothing worth, for the fire came and consumed the wood: The thought of the floods of the sea came likewise to naught also, for the sand stood up and stopped them.

      If thou were judge now between these two, whom wouldest thou justify, or whom wouldest thou condemn? I answered and said: Shurly it is a foolish thought that they both devised. For the ground is given unto the wood, and the sea also has his place to bare his floods. Then answered he me, and said: Thou hast given a right judgement, why judgest thy self also? For like as the ground is given unto the wood, and the sea to his flood: even so they that dwell upon the earth, may understand nothing, but that which is upon the earth: and he that dwelleth above the heavens, may only understand the things that are above the heavens. Then answered I, and said: I beseech thee, O' Lord, let me have understanding: for it was not my mind to be curious of thy high things, but of such as we meddle with all, namely, wherefore that Israel is blasphemed of the Heathen, and for what cause the people ( whom thou ever hast loved ) is given over, to be punished of ungodly nations: and why the law of our fathers is brought to nought, and the written covenants come to none effect, and we pass away out of the world as the grasshoppers, and our life is very fear, and we are not worthy to obtain mercy. What will he do unto his name, which is called upon over us? Of these things have I asked question.

      Then answered he me, and said: The more thou searchest, the more thou shalt marvel, for the world hasteth fast to pass away, and can not comprehend the things, that are promised for the righteous in time to come, for this world is full of unrighteousness and weakness.

      But as concerning the things whereof thou asked me, I will tell thee. The evil is sown, but the destruction thereof is not yet come. If the evil now that is sown, be not turned upside down, and the place where the evil is sown, pass not away, then can not the thing come that is sown with good. For the corn of evil seed hath been sown in the heart of man from the beginning, and how much ungodliness hath he brought up unto this time? and how much shall he yet bring forth, until he come into the barn?

      Ponder now by thy self, when the corn of the evil seed is cut down, how great a barn it shall fill: I answered and said: How and when shall these things come to pass? Wherefore are our years few from evil? And he answered me, saying: Ask not thou too much upon the Highest, for thy hastiness to be above him is but vain, thou makest to much a do. Did not the souls also of the righteous ask question of these things in their holiness:* How long shall I hope of this fashion? When cometh the fruit of my barn, and my reward? And upon this Jeremiel the Archangel gave them answer, and said: Even when the number of the seeds is filled in you: for he hath weighed the world in the balance: in measure and number hath he measured the time, and moveth it not, until the same measure be fulfilled. Then answered I and said: O' Lord, Lord, now are we all full of sin, and for our sake peradventure is it not, that the barn of the righteous shall not be filled, because of the sins of them that dwell upon the earth.

 

 

     

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