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religious restaurant ...

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

religious restaurant...stain less steal ....

...rest our want...

 

 

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 show like a restaurant ...that within was also a church ...

      even a church ...that cooked up ...the stuff that people might eat ...would eat ...

      and that might be sold to them ...as worthy substance ....

      nevertheless no one could see any of the food ...for it was supposed to be spiritual ...

      even so all appeared to be a worthy and clean ...a restaurant ...a church ...

      and because of the appearance of the stainless steel ...

      and they all thought of being ...being made of the steel ...that all would be stainless ...

      and an oven was shown me ...to test the peoples faith ...

      even their fullness from eating their churchly religious spiritual food ...

      and a man was put in the oven ...

      even an oven ...like it was of scripture ...of Sidrach, Misach, and Abednago...

      and the churchly and religious ...put a man in the oven ...

      nevertheless he did not survive ...

      Yet was consumed by the fire ...

      and the breath that was breathed into him ...that he might have live ...was gone from the heat ...

     

and scriptures came back to remembrance ...

      and of stain ...there is the stain even in home churches ...

      even as anothers dream came back to remembrance ...cooking up dung ...

     

JOB Chpt 30

But now they that are mine inferiors and younger then I , have me in derision: yee even they, whose fathers I would have thought scorn to have set with the dogs of my cattle. The power and strength of their hands might do me no good, and as for their age, it is spent and past away without any profit. For very misery and hunger, they went about in the wilderness like wretches and beggars, plucking up herbs from among the bushes, and the Junipers root was their meat. And when they were driven forth, men cried after them, as it had been after a thief. Their dwelling was beside foul brooks, yee even in the caves and dens of the earth. Upon the dry *heath went they about crying, and in the broom hills they gathered them together. They were children of fools and villains, which are dead away from the world. Now am I their song, and am become their jesting stock: they abhor me, they flee far from me, and stain my face with spit, for the lord has opened his quiver, he hath hit me and put a bridle in my mouth. Upon my right hand they rose together against me, they have hurt my feet, made a way to destroy me, and my path have they clean marred. It was so easy for them to do me harm, that they needed no man to help them. They fell upon me, as it had been the breaking in of waters, and came in by heaps to destroy me. Fearfulness has turned against me.
 

JOB Chpt 31

 I made a covenant with mine eyes, that I would not look upon a damsel. For how great a portion shall I have of God from above? and what inheritance from the almighty from on high? As for the ungodly and he that joineth himself to the company of wicked doers shall not destruction and misery come upon him? Doth not he see my ways, and tell all my goings. If I have cleaved unto vanity, or if my feet have run to deceive: Let me be weighed in an even balance, that God may see my innocency. If so be that I have withdrawn my foot out of the right way, if my heart hath followed mine eyesight, if I have stained or defiled mine hands: O' then is it reason that I sow, and another eat, yee that my generation and posterity be clean rooted out. If mine heart hath *lusted after my neighbors wife, or if I have laid wait at his door. O' then let my wife *be another mans harlot and let other lie with her. For this is a wickedness and sin, that is worthy to be punished, yee and a fire that utterly shall consume, and root out all my substance. Did I ever think scorn to do right unto my servants and maidens, when they had any matter against me. But seeing that God will sit in judgement what shall I do? And for so much as he will needs visit me, what answer shall I give him? He that did fashion me in my mothers womb, made he not him also? were we not both shaped alike in our mothers bodies? When the poor desireth anything at me, have I denied them? Have I caused the widow stand waiting for me in vain? Have I eaten my portion alone, that the fatherless hath had no part with me? For mercy grew up with me from my youth, and compassion from my mothers womb. Have I seen any man perish through nakedness and want of clothing? Or any poor man for lack of raiment, whose sides thanked me not, because he was warmed with the wool of my sheep?

THE PSALMS Chpt 106

And shed the innocent blood of their sons and of their daughters, whom they offered unto the images of Canaan, so that the land was defiled with blood. Thus were they stained with their own works, and went a-whoring with their own inventions.
 

THE PROVERBS Chpt 9

Wisdom hath builded herself an house, and hewn out seven pillars: She hath killed her vitailes, *poured out her wine, and prepared her table. She hath sent forth her maidens to cry upon the highest place of the city: Whoso is ignorant, let him come hither. And to the unwise she said: O' come on your way, eat my bread, and drink my wine, which I have poured out for you. forsake ignorance, and ye shall live: and see that ye go in the way of understanding. Who so reproveth a scornful person, getteth himself dishonor: and he that rebuketh the ungodly, staineth himself. Reprove not a scorner, lest he owe thee evil will: but rebuke a wise man, and he will love thee. Give a discrete man but occasion, and he will be the wiser, teach a righteous man, and he will increase. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of holy things is understanding. For through me thy days shall be prolonged, and the years of thy life shall be many. If thou be wise thy wisdom shall do thyself good: but if thou thinkest scorn thereof, it shall be thine own harm.
 

ESAI or ISAIAH Chpt 63

What is he this, that cometh from *Edom, with stained red clothes of *Bosra:( which is so costly cloth ) and cometh in so nimbly with all his strength: I am he that teacheth righteousness, and am of power to help. Wherefore then is thy clothing red, and thy raiment like his that treadeth the winepress? I have trodden the press myself alone, and of all people, there was not one with me. Thus have I trodden down mine enemies in my wrath, and set my feet upon them in my indignation: And their blood sprang upon my clothes, and so have I stained all my raiment. For that day of vengeance that I have taken in hand, and the year of my deliverance is come. I looked about me, and there was no man to show me any help, I fell down, and no man held me up. I trodden down the people in my wrath, and bathed them in my displeasure: In so much that I have shed their blood upon the earth.
 

ESAI or ISAIAH Chpt 64

Thou helpest him that doth right with cheerfulness, and them that think upon thy ways. But lo, thou art angry, for we offend, and have been ever in sin, and there is not one whole. We are all as an unclean thing, and all our righteousnesses are as the clothes stained with the flours of a woman: we fall every each one as a leaf, for our sins carry us away like the wind. There is no man that calleth upon thy name, that standeth up to take hold of thee. Therefore hidest thou thy face from us and consumest us, because of our sins.
 

JEREMIE or JEREMIAH Chpt 2

   I have ever broken thy yoke of old, and burst thy bonds: yet sayest thou, I will no more serve, but ( like an harlot ) thou runnest about upon all high hills, and among all green trees where as I planted thee out of noble grapes and good roots. How art thou turned then in to a bitter, unfruitful, strange grape? Yee and that so sore: that though thou wash thee with *Nitrus and make thyself to favor with that sweet smelling herb of Borith: yet in my sight thou art stained with thy wickedness, sayeth the Lord thy God.
 

THE LAMENTATIONS OF JEREMIAH Chpt 4

Nun
      So that these blind men went stumbling in the streets, and stained themselves with blood, which else would touch no bloody cloth.

Samech
      But they cried unto every man: flee the staining, away, get you hence, touch it not. Yee ( say they ) ye must be burnt, ye must dwell among the Gentiles, and bide no longer her.
 

EZEKIEL or JEHEZEKIEL Chpt 4

Thou shalt drink also a certain measure of water: Namely, the sixth part of an Hin shalt thou drink daily from the beginning to the end. Barley cakes shalt thou eat, yet shalt thou first strike them over with mans dung, that they may see it. And with that said the Lord: Even thus shall the children of Israel eat their defiled bread in the midest of the Gentiles, among whom I will scatter them.
      Then said I: Oh Lord God. Behold, my soul was yet never stained: for from my youth up to this hour. I did never eat of a dead carcass, or that which was slain of wild beasts, neither came there ever any unclean flesh in my mouth.
      Where unto he answered me, and said: Well then, I will grant thee to take cows dung, for the dung of a man, and to strike the bread over with all, before them.
      And he said unto me: Behold thou son of man, I will minish all the provision of bread in Jerusalem., so that they shall weigh their bread, and eat it with scarceness. But as for water, they shall have a very little measure thereof, to drink. And when they have no more bread or water, one shall be destroyed with another, and famish away for their wickedness.

EZEKIEL or JEHEZEKIEL Chpt 23

  Therefore thus saith the Lord God: For so much as thou hast forgotten me, and cast me aside, so bear now thy own filthiness and whoredom. The Lord said moreover unto me: Thou son of man, wilt thou not reprove Oholah and Oholibah? Show them their abominations: namely, That they have broken their wedlock, and stained their hands with blood: Yee even with their idols have they committed *advoutry, and offered them their own children ( to be devoured ) whom they have born unto me. Yee and this have they done unto me also: they have defiled my Sanctuary in that same day, and have unhallowed my sabbaths. For when they had slain their children for their idols, they came the same day into my Sanctuary to defile it. Lo, this have they done in my house. Beside all this, thou has sent thy messengers for men out of far countries: and when they came, thou hast bathed, trimmed and set forth thy self of the best fashion: thou satest upon a goodly bed, and a table spread before thee: whereupon thou hast set mine incense and mine oil.
*advoutry: prefix "a" meaning not or without, devout: devotion to God our father, Jesu his son, love, truth, spirit. In most cases; in the KJV and other bibles of man this word was replaced with "adultery". see the children are offered up to the same advoutry. see James 2 for adultery.

 

THE FIRST OF THE MACHABEES Chpt 9

Now Judas had pitched his tents at Laisa, with three thousand chosen men. And when they saw the multitude of the other army that was so great, they were sore afraid, and many conveyed themselves out of the host, Insomuch that there abode no more of them but eight hundred men. When Judas saw that his host failed him, and that he must needs fight: it break his heart, that he had no time to gather them together: wherefore the man was in extreme trouble. Nevertheless he said unto them, that remained with him: Up, let us go against our enemies, *peradventure we shall be able to fight with them. But they would have stopped him, saying: We shall not be able, therefore let us now save ourselves, and turn again to our brethren and then we will fight against them, for we are here but few. And Judas said: God forbid, that we should flee from them. Wherefore if your time be come, let us die manfully for our brethren, and let us not stain our honor. Then the host removed out of the tents, and stood against them. The horsemen were divided into two parts: the sling casters and the archers went before the host, and all the mighty men were foremost in the field. Bacchides himself was in the right wing of the battle, and the host drew nye in two parts, and blew the trumpets. They of Judas side blew the trumpets also, and the earth shook at the noise of the hosts, and they struck a field from the morrow till night. And when Judas saw that Bacchides host was strongest of the right side, he took with him all the hardy men, and break the right wing of their order, and followed upon them unto the mount Azot.
 

   

       

 

     

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