And the measures and matters of The Truth of the "time" we are in ...how "man" ..."thought to change time and times ... of man and woman ...maidens and wives ... 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. firstname.lastname@example.org
Behold in the night season ..of the season of man ...within ..a dream and a nightmare ...of man and woman and maidens and wives ...
and i would show again ..what i was shown ...the measures of matters within being ...being both nightmare and dream ...
and within the dream or the nighmarish parts of the sleeping ...were all the measures of matters ...of spirit and truth and flesh ...shown me ...again of men and women and maidens and wives ...
and of the Word of came swirling within ...of mine heart and mind and soul ...and the judgements of God and Christ shown within ...and the judgements of man and woman and maidens and wives shown without ...
and this is to say what was ...and is shown plainly...that the judgements of God our father ...of truth and spirit ..through Jesus our brother and saver ...are much different ...and perfect ...than what is today the judgements of men women and maidens and wives ...
and only way that i might show this is to offer up the truth of God our father as recorded and as given of our brother Jesus ...
for any to discern within ...within themselves ...within their own heart mind and soul ...of the way ..shown us ...of spirit and truth ...
and it might be unpossible for to write all that there is shown us ...save to record again much of the Word of God ...
Nevertheless for recording sake and that it be easily recorded again ...those scriptures that came to heart and mind and soul ...within the dream ..and within the nightmare ....those i record below ...
Of women and truth ...3rd Esdras 3
So every one wrote his meaning sealed it, and laid it under the Kings pillow, and said: when the king ariseth, we will give him our writings: and look whose word the King and his chief Lords judge to be the most wisely spoken, the same shall the victory. One wrote: Wine is a strong thing. The second wrote: The king is stronger. The third wrote: Women have yet more strength, but above all things the truth beareth away the victory. Now when the king was risen up, they took their writings and delivered them unto him, and so he read them. Then sent he forth and called all his chief lords, all the deputies and rulers of the countries of Medea and Persia. And when they were set down in the counsel, the writings were read before them. And he commanded to call for the young men that they might declare their meanings themselves by mouth. So when they were sent for, and came in, the King said unto them: show us and make us to understand, what the things are that ye have written.
Then began the first, ( which had spoken of the strength of wine ) and said: O ye men, wine is marvelous strong, and over cometh them that drink it: it decieveth the mind, and bringeth both the poor man and the King to *dotage and vanity. Thus doth it also the bondman and with the free, with the poor and rich: it taketh away then understanding, and make them careless and merry, so that none of them remembereth any heaviness, debt or duty: It causeth a man to think also that the thing which he doeth, is honest and good: and remembereth not that he is a King, nor that he is in authority, and that he ought not to do such things. Moreover, when men are drinking, they forget all friendship, all brotherly faithfulness and love: but as soon as they are drunken, they draw out the sword and will fight: and when they are layed down from the wine, and so risen up again, they can not tell what they did: judge ye now, is not wine the wine the strongest? For who would else take in hand to do such things? And when he had spoken this he held his tongue. *dotage (unfamiliar affection)
Of women and truth ...3rd Esdras 4
Then the second which had said, that the king was stronger, began to speak, saying: O ye men, are not they the strongest and most excellent, that conquer the land and the sea, and all that is in the sea and in the earth? Now is the King lord of all these things, and hath dominion of them all: and look what he commandeth is done. If he send his men forth a warfare, they go, and break down hills, walls and towns. They are slain, and slay ( other men ) themselves, and overpass not the Kings word. If they get the victory they bring the King all the spoil. Like wise the other that meddle not with wars and fighting, but till the ground: when they reap, they bring tribute unto the King. And if the King alone do but command to kill, they kill: if he command to forgive, they forgive: If he command to smite, they smite: if he command to drive away, they drive away: if he command to build, they build: If he command to break down, they break down: if he command to plant, they plant. The common people and the rulers are obedient unto him. And the King in the mean season sitteth him down, eateth, and drinketh, and taketh his rest: Then keep they watch round about the King, and not one of them dare get him out of the way, to do his own business, but must be obedient unto the King at a word. Judge ye now, O ye men, how should not he go far above, unto whom men are this obedient? And when he had spoken this, he held his tongue. The third whose name was Zorobabel, which had spoken of women and of truth, began to say after this manner: O ye men, it is not the great king, it is not the multitude of men, neither is it wine that excelleth: Who is it then that hath the lordship over them? Have not women borne the king, and all the people that rule those things? Have not women born them, and brought them up, that plant the vines, where out the wine cometh? They make the garments for all men, they give honor unto all men, and without women can not men live.
If they gather gold and silver and all precious things, and see a fair well favored woman, they leave all together, and turn their eyes only unto the woman, and gape upon her, and have more desire unto her, then unto the silver and gold, or any manner of precious thing. A man leaveth his father that brought him up, he leaveth his own natural country, and cleaveth unto the woman: yee he jeopardizeth his life with the woman, and remembereth neither father, ner mother, ner country. By this then yee must needs know, that women have the dominion over you. Doth it grieve you? A man taketh his sword, and goeth his way to steal, to kill, to murder to sail upon the sea, and seeth a lion, and goeth in the darkness: and when he hath stolen, deceived and robbed, he bringeth it unto his love. Again, a man loveth his wife better then father and mother: yee many one there be, that run out of their wits, and become bondmen for their wives sakes: many one also have perished, and have been slain, and have sinned because of women.
And now believe me, I know a King which is great in his power, and all lands stand in awe of him, and no man dare lay hand upon him: yet did I see, that Apame (the daughter of the great King Bartacus ) the Kings concubine, sat beside the King upon the right hand, and took off his crown from his head, and set it upon her own head, and smote the King with her left hand. Moreover, the King looked upon her with open mouth: if she laughed upon him, he laughed also: but if she took any displeasure with him, the King was *faine to flatter her, and to give her good words, till he had gotten her favor again.
O ye men, are not women then stronger? Great is the earth, and high is the heaven that do these things. Then the King and the Princes looked one upon another. So he began to speak of the truth: O ye men, are not women stronger? Great is the earth, high is the heaven, swift is the course of the sun, he compasses the heaven round about, and fetcheth his course again to his own place in one day. Is he not excellent that doeth this? Yee great is the truth, and stronger than all things. All the earth calleth upon the truth, the heaven praiseth it, all works shake and tremble at it, and with it is no unrighteous thing. Wine is unrighteous: the King is unrighteous: women are unrighteous: all the children of men are unrighteous, yee all their works are unrighteous, and there is no truth in them, in their unrighteousness also shall they be destroyed and perish. As for the truth, it endureth, and is all way strong: it liveth and conquereth for evermore world with out end.
The truth accepteth no persons, it putteth no difference between rich or poor, between the mighty or simple, but doeth right unto every man, whether they be evil or good, and all men are lovingly dealt with all in the works of it. In the judgement of it there is no unrighteous thing, but strength, Kingdom and power and majesty for evermore. Blessed be the God of truth.
And with that he held his tongue, and all the people cried and said: Great is truth, and above all. Then said the king unto him: Ask what thou wilt, more than is appointed in the writing, and I shall give it thee, for thou art found wiser than thy companions: thou shalt sit next me, and be my kinsman. Then said he unto the king: Remember thy promise and vow, which thou hast vowed and promised ( in the day when thou camest to the Kingdom ) to build up Jerusalem, and to send again all the vessels and Jewels, that were taken away out of Jerusalem: which Cyrus separated, when he offered in Babylon, and would send them again. And thy mind was to build up the temple, which the Edomites burnt, when Jerusalem was destroyed by the Caldees. This only ( O King ) is the thing that I require, this is the majesty, which I desire and ask of thee: that thou perform the vow, which thou with thine own mouth hast made unto the King of heaven.
Then Darius the King stood up, and kissed him, and wrote a letter unto all the deputies and *Shreves, to all the Lords and nobles, that they should convey him forth, and all them that would go up with him. He wrote a letter also unto the Shreves that were in Celosyria and Phenices, and unto Libanus, that they should draw cedar trees from Libanus unto Jerusalem, to build the city with all. Moreover he wrote unto all the Jews that were gone out of his realm into Jewry, because of the freedom, that no officer, no ruler, nor Shreve, **should come to their doors: and that all their land which they had conquered, should be free and not tributary: And that the Edomites should give over the cities and villages of the Jews, which they had taken in: yee and that they should yearly give twenty talents to the building of the temple, until the time that it were finished: and to the daily hallowing of the burntofferings, as it is commanded, ten talents yearly also: And that all they which come from Babylon to build the city, should have free liberty, they and their children, and all the Priests.
He wrote the greatness also, and commanded that the holy garment should be given them, wherein they ministered: and wrote that commandments should be given to the Levites, until the day, that the house were finished and Jerusalem builded up: and commanded that all they that watched the city, should have their portions and wages.
He gave over also all the vessels that Cyrus had separated from Babylon: and all that Cyrus had given in commandment, the same charged he also, that it should be done, and sent unto Jerusalem. Now when this young man was gone forth, he turned his face toward Jerusalem, and praised the King of heaven, and said: Of thee cometh the victory, of thee cometh wisdom and clearness, and I am thy servant. Blessed art thou, which hast given me wisdom: thee will I praise, O' Lord, thou God of our fathers.
And so he took the letters, and went unto Babylon: And when he came there, he told this to all his brethren that were at Babylon, and they praised the God of their fathers, that he had given them refreshing and liberty to go up, and to build Jerusalem and the temple ( which is called after the name of the Lord ) and they rejoiced with instruments and gladness seven days long.
*faine (obliged / willing happy) **should come to their doors: (kjv and other bibles of men =forcibly enter) *Shreve; governmental authority to forgive civil offenses, like unto a governor.
Book of the preacher 7
For who knoweth what is good for man living, in the days of his vain life, which is but a shadow?
**Or, who will tell a man, what shall happen after him under the *Son?
A good name is more worth than a precious ointment, and the day of death is better than the day of one birth. It is better to go into an house of mourning, than into a banquetting house. For there is the end of all men, and he that is living, taketh it to heart. It is better to be sorry than to laugh, for when the countenance is heavy, the heart is joyful. The heart of the wise is in the mourning house, but the heart of foolish is in the house of mirth. It is better to give ear to the chastening of a wise man, than to hear the song of fools. For the laughting of fool is like the crackling of thorns under a pot. And that is but a vain thing.
Who so doeth wrong, maketh a wise man go out of his wit, and destroyeth a gentle heart. The end of a thing is better than the beginning. The patient of spirit is better than the* high minded. Be not hastily angry in thy mind, for wrath resteth in the bosom of a fool. Say not thou: What is the cause that the days of the old were better, than they that be now? For that were no wise question. Wisdom is better than riches, yee much more worth than the eyesight. For wisdom defendeth as well as money, and the excellent knowledge and wisdom giveth life to him that have it in possession. Consider the work of God, how that no man can make the thing straight, which he maketh crooked. Use well the time of prosperity and remember the time of misfortune: For God maketh one by the other, so that a man can find nothing else.
These two things also have I considered in the time of vanity: that the just man perisheth for his righteousness sake, and the ungodly liveth in his wickedness. Therefore be thou neither too righteous or over wise, that thou perish not: be neither too unrighteous also nor too foolish, lest thou die before thy time. It is good for thee to take hold of this, and not to let that go out of thy hand. For he that feareth God shall *escape them all.
Wisdom giveth more courage unto the wise, than ten mighty men of the city. For there is not one just upon earth, that doeth good, and sinneth not. Take not heed unto every word that is spoken, lest thy servant curse thee: For thine own heart knoweth, that thou thyself also hast often times spoken evil by other men. All these things I have proved because of wisdom: For I thought to be wise, but she went farther from me than she was before, yee and so deep that i might not reach unto her. I applied my mind also to knowledge, and to seek out *science, wisdom and understanding: to know the foolishness of the ungodly, and the error of the doting fools. And I found, that a woman is bitterer than death: for she is a very *angle, her heart is a net, and her hands are chains. Who so pleaseth God shall escape from her.
Behold ( sayeth the preacher) this have I diligently searched out and proved, that I might come by knowledge: which as yet I seek, and find it not. Among a thousand men I have found one, but not one woman among all. Lo, this only have I found, that God made man just and right, but they seek diverse *subtleties, where as no man hath wisdom and understanding, to give answer there unto.
**The two lines above, were left out of the kjv and other bibles of man. *And again this is Son. RN * high minded. (kjv and other bibles of man = proud in spirit) *escape them all. (kjv = come forth of them all.) and to seek out *science, ( kjv = wisdom) *angle, (hook) *subtleties = crafty, sly, devious. Operating in hidden, insidious and destructive way.
Maidens of the new testament
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MARK Chpt 5
wife of the new testament
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 1
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 5
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 8
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 14
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 18
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 19
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 22
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 27
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MARK Chpt 6
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MARK Chpt 10
THE GOSPELL OF ST. MARK Chpt 12
THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 1
THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 2
THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 3
THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 8
THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 14
THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 16
THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 17
THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 18
THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 20
THE GOSPELL OF ST. JOHN Chpt 19
THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 5
THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 18
THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 24
THE FIRST TO THE CORINTHIANS Chpt 5
THE FIRST TO THE CORINTHIANS Chpt 7
THE FIRST TO THE CORINTHIANS Chpt 9
TO THE EPHESIANS Chpt 5
THE FIRST TO TIMOTHYE Chpt 3
THE FIRST TO TIMOTHYE Chpt 5
TO TITUS Chpt 1
TO TITUS Chpt 2
THE FIRST EPISTLE OF ST. PETER Chpt 3
THE REVELATION OF ST JOHN THE DIVINE Chpt 17
THE REVELATION OF ST JOHN THE DIVINE Chpt 19
THE REVELATION OF ST JOHN THE DIVINE Chpt 21
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