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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 wonder full dream during the 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 a man ...

     and the man loved God his father and Jesus his brother and Lord.

     and that in spirit and truth. 

     and the man was walking on the face of the world ...

     and the way of the world was crooked and steep...

     and had high cliffs ...

     and many pits ...

     and there was hardness and coldness... 

     and hard places like concrete heaved up where any might walk ...

     and any might trip and fall over the many stumbling places ...

     and the man felt old in the world ...of the tiresome troubles ...

     and the troubles of his heart and soul and mind rose up ... 

     even as a prayer before his God his father and Jesus his brother ...

     and there came a renewing over the man ...

     and he rose up of the renewing ...

     even as he was in his youth ...

     and he began to walk swiftly ...

     and easily stepped over the stumbling blocks ...

     and the weary way and wicked ways of the world seemed easy for him ...to avoid...

      and soon he began to run ...

      and he ran past the pits ...

      and dodged and danced passed beasts in the way of the world ...

      and leapt over the many obstacles ...

      and he came to a place where the wicked waters of the world rushed ... 

      and the wicked waters (teachings of the world ) ripped away the good land ...

      and there was a wide chasm in the earths surface ...

      even as though to separate all from any ...

      nevertheless he was able to leap ...

      even as to fly over the wicked wide chasm ...

      and to run the more ...like a springale ...leaping for joy ...

 

and scripture came back to remembrance ...

 

ZACHARIE or ZACHARIAH Chpt 5

 So I turned me, lifting up mine eyes, and looked, and behold, a flying book. And he said unto me: what seest thou? I answered: I see a flying book of twenty cubits long, and ten cubits broad. Then said he unto me: This is the curse, that goeth forth over the whole earth: for all thieves shall be judged after this book, and all swearers shall be judged according to the same, I will bring it forth ( saith the Lord of hosts ) so that it shall come to the house of the thief, and to the house of him, that falsely sweareth by my name: and shall remain in his house, and shall consume it, with the timber and stones thereof. Then the angel that talked with me, went forth, and said unto me: lift up thine eyes and see what this is that goeth forth. And I said: what is it? He answered: this is a measure going out. He said moreover: Even thus are they ( that dwell upon the whole earth ) to look upon. And behold, there was lifted up a talent of lead: and lo, a woman sat in the midst of the measure. And he said: This is ungodliness. So he cast her into the midst of the measure, and threw the lump of lead up in to an whole.
      Then lift up I mine eyes, and looked: and behold, there came out two women, and the wind was in their wings ( for they had wings like the wings of a stork ) and they lifted up the measure between the earth and the heaven. Then spake I to the angel that talked with me: whither will these bare the measure? And he said unto me: in to the land of Sinear, to build them an house: which when it is prepared, the measure shall be set there in his place.

THE BOOK OF WISDOM Chpt 18

 Nevertheless thy saints had a very great light ( and their enemies heard their voice, but they saw not the figure of them ) And because they suffered not the same things, they magnified thee: and they that were vexed afore ( because they were not hurt now ) thanked thee, and besought thee ( O' God ) that there might be a difference. Therefore had they a burning pilar of fire to lead them in the unknown ways and thou gavest them the Sun for a free gift without any hurt. Reason was, that they should want light and be put in prison of darkness, which kept thy children in captivity, by whom the uncorrupt light of the law of the world was for to be given. When they thought to slay the babes of the righteous ( one being layed out, and preserved to be led unto the other ) thou broughtest out the whole multitude of the children, and destroyest these in the mighty water. Of that night were our fathers certified afore, that they knowing unto what oaths they had given credence, might be of good cheer. Thus thy people received the health of the righteous, but the ungodly were destroyed. For like as thou hast hurt our enemies, so hast thou promised us whom thou callest afore. For the righteous children of the good men offered secretly and ordered the law of righteousness unto unite: that the just should receive good and evil in like manner, singing praises unto the father of all men. Again there was heard an unconvenient voice of the enemies, and a piteous cry for children that were bewailed. The master and the servant were punished in like manner. For they all together had innumerable that died one death. Neither were the living sufficient to bury the dead, for in the twinkling of an eye, the noblest nation of them was destroyed. As often as God helped them before, yet would it not make them believe: but in the destruction of the first born they knowledged, that it was the people of God. For while all things were still, and when the night was in the midst of her course, thy Allmighty word ( O' Lord ) leaped down from heaven out of thy royal throne, as a rough man of war, in the midst of the land that was destroyed: and the sharp sword performed their straight commandment, standing and filling all things with death: yee it stood upon the earth and reached unto heaven. Then the sight of the evil dreams vexed them suddenly, and fearfulness came upon them unawares.
      Then lay there one here, another there, half dead and half quick, and showed the cause of his death. For the visions that vexed them, showed them these things afore: so they were not ignorant, wherefore they perished.
      The *tentacion of death touched the righteous also, and among the multitude in the wilderness there was insurrection, but thy wrath endured not long. For the faultless man went in all the haste, and took the battle upon him, brought forth the weapon of his ministration: even prayer and censors of reconciling: set himself against the wrath, and so brought the misery to an end: declaring thereby, that he was thy servant. For he overcame not the multitude with bodily power, ner with weapons of might: but with the word he subdued him that vexed him, putting thee in remembrance of the oath and covenant made unto the fathers. For when the dead were fallen down by heaps one upon another, he stood in the midst, pacified the wrath, and parted the way unto the living. And why? in his long garment was all the beauty, and in the four rows of the stones was the glory of the fathers graven, and thy majesty was written in the crown of his head. Unto these the destroyer gave place, and was afraid of them: for it was only a *tentacion worthy of wrath

*tentacion (temptation / attention)

SECOND BOOK OF SAMUEL Chpt 6

 After that, David chose out all the chief young men in Israel to the sum of thirty thousand, and arose and went and all the folk that were with him of the men of Juda, to fetch away the Ark of God upon which is called the name of the Lord of hosts that dwelleth between the cherubins. And they put the Ark of God upon a new cart and brought it out of the house of Abinadab that dwelt at Gabaah. And Ozah and Ahio the sons of Abinadab drove the new cart. And when they brought it out of that house of Abinadab that dwelt at Gabaah with the Ark of God, Ahio went before the ark. And David and all the house of Israel played before the Lord with all manner instruments of fir wood, with harps, psalteries, timbrels, fiddles and cymbals.
      And when they came to Nachons threshing floor, Ozah put his hand to the ark of God and held it, for the oxen stumbled. And the Lord was wrath with Ozah and God smote him in the same place for his fault, and there he died by the ark of God. And David was displeased because the Lord had rent Ozah. And the name of the place was called Perez Ozah until this day. And David was then afraid of the Lord and said: how should the Ark of the Lord come to my house? And so David would not bring the Ark of the Lord with him into the city of David. But carried it into the house of Obed Edom a Gethite. And the Ark of the Lord continued in the house of Obed Edom the Gethite, three months, and the Lord blessed Obed Edom and all his household. And when it was told King David how that the Lord had blessed the house of Obed Edom and all that pertained unto him, because of the Ark of God, he went and brought the Ark of God from the house of Obed Edom unto the city of David with gladness. And ever when they that bare the Ark of the Lord, had gone six *passes, he offered an ox and a fat sheep. And David danced before the Lord with all his might in a linen Ephod gird unto him. And David and all the house of Israel brought the ark of the Lord with shouting and trumpet blowing.
      And as the ark of the Lord came into the city of David, Michol Sauls daughter looked through a window and saw King David spring and dance before the Lord, and therefore despised him in her heart. And when they had brought in the Ark of the Lord, and had set it even in his place, even in the tabernacle that David had prepared for it: David offered burntofferings and peaceofferings before the Lord, and as soon as David had made and end of offering burntofferings and peaceofferings he blessed the people in the name of the Lord of Hosts, and gave among all the folk, even among the whole multitude of Israel, as well to the women as men every one a Cake of bread and a piece of flesh and a flacket of wine. And so the people departed every man to his house.
      Then David returned to salute his household. And Michol the daughter of Saul came out against him and said: Oh how glorious was the king of Israel today, which stripped himself today before the eyes of the maidens of his servants, as a light brained fellow is wont to strip himself. But David said again to Michol, I will make sport before the Lord which chose me before thy father and before all his kin, commanding me to be ruler over all his people Israel. And I will be yet more vile than so, and will be meek in mine own sight: and shall for all that of the very same maidservants which thou speakest of, be had in honor. But the said Michol daughter to Saul had no child unto the day of her death

*passes (paces),

THE PSALMS Chpt 18

For thou shalt save the poor oppressed, and bring down the high looks of the proud.
      Thou lightest my candle, O' Lord my God: thou makest my darkness to be light.
       For in thee I can discomfort an host of men: yee in my God I can leap over the wall.
       The way of God is a perfect way: the words of the Lord are tried in fire: he is a shield of defense, for all them that trust in him.
       For who is God, but the Lord? Or, who hath any strength, but our God?
       It is God that girdeth me with strength, and made my way uncorrupt.
       He hath made my feet like hertes feet, and set me up on high.

hertes feet: deers feet 

 

THE PSALMS Chpt 96

O' sing unto the Lord a new song, sing unto the Lord all the whole earth. Sing unto the Lord, and praise his name, be telling of his salvation from day to day.
      Declare his honor among the Heathen, and his wonders among all people. For the Lord is great, and *can not worthily be praised: he is more to be feared then all gods. As for all the gods of the Heathen, they be put Idols, but it is the Lord that made the heavens.
      Thanksgiving and worship are before him, power and honor are in his Sanctuary.
      Ascribe unto the Lord ( O ye kindreds of the Heathen ) ascribe unto the Lord worship and strength. Ascribe unto the Lord the honor of his name, *bring presents, and come into his courts.

O' worship the Lord in the *beauty of holiness, let the whole earth stand in awe of him.
      Tell it among the Heathen, that the Lord is King: and it is he that maketh the round world so fast, that it can not be moved, and how he shall judge the people righteously.
      Let the heavens rejoice, and let the earth be glad: let the sea make a noise, yee and all that therin is. Let the field be joyful, and all that is in it, let all the trees of the wood leap for joy.
      Before the Lord, for he cometh: for he cometh to judge the earth: yee with righteousness shall he judge the world, and the people with his truth.

*kjv and other bibles of man: *KJ = greatly to be praised, and KJ = *bring an offering. See this plainly if our father is all spiritual, what presents could we offer except those things pleasing to his heart and spirit. Also, come into the judgement of God, not men. RN. See Psalms 86, where holiness is trusting in the Lord, RN

ESAI or ISAIAH Chpt 35     

But the desert and wilderness shall rejoice, the waste ground shall be glad, and flourish as a lily. She shall flourish pleasantly, and be joyful, and ever be giving thanks more and more. For the glory of Libanus, the beauty of Carmel and Saron shall be given her. These shall know the honor of the Lord, and the majesty of our God. And therefore strengthen the weak hands, and *comfort the feeble knees.
      Say unto them that are of a fearful heart: Be of good cheer, and fear not. Behold, your God cometh, to take vengeance, and to reward, God cometh his own self, and will deliver you. Then shall the eyes of the blind be lightened, and the ears of the deaf opened. Then shall the lame man leap as an *hart and the dumb mans tongue shall give thanks.
      In the wilderness also there shall wells spring, and floods of water in the desert. The dry ground shall turn to rivers, and the thirsty to springs of water. Where as dragons dwelt afore, there shall grow sweet flowers and green rushes. There shall be foot paths and common streets, this shall be called the holy way. No unclean person shall go through it, for the Lord himself will go with them that way, and the *ignorant shall not error, There shall be no lion, and no raving beast shall come therin, nor be there, but men shall go there free and safe. And the redeemed of the Lord shall convert, and come to Sion with thanksgiving. Everlasting joy shall they have, pleasure and gladness shall be among them. And as for all sorrow and heaviness, it shall vanish away


*comfort (kjv and other bibles of man =confirm)
*hart (deer) *and the ignorant (kjv and other bibles of man = fools) shall not error

Joel Chpt 2

Blow out the trumpet in Sion, and cry upon my holy hill, that all such as dwell in the land, may tremble at it: for the day of the Lord cometh, and is hard at hand: a dark day, a cloudy day, yee and a stormy day, like as the morning spreadeth out upon the hills: Namely, a great and mighty people: such as have not been since the beginning, neither shall be after them for evermore. Before him shall be a consuming fire, and behind him a burning flame. The land shall be as a garden of pleasure before him, but behind him shall be a very waste wilderness, and there is no man, that shall escape him. They are to look upon like *barded horses, and run like horse men. They skipped up upon the hills, as it were the sound of chariots: as the flame of fire that consumeth the straw, and as a mighty people ready to the battle.
      The folk shall be afraid of him, all faces shall be as black as the pot. These shall run like giants, and leap over the walls like men of war. Every man in his going will keep his array, and not go out of his Path. There shall not one drive another, but each shall keep his own way. They shall break in at the windows, and not be hurt: They shall come in to the city, and run upon the walls: They shall climb up upon the houses, and slip in at the windows like a thief. The earth shall quake before him, yee the heavens shall be moved: The Sun and Moon shall be darkened, and the stars shall withdraw their shine. The Lord shall show his voice before his host, for his host is great, strong and mighty to fulfill his commandment. This is that great and marvelous fearful day of the Lord: And who is able to abide it.
      Now therefore sayeth the Lord: Turn you unto me with all your hearts, with fasting, weeping and mourning, rent your hearts, and not your clothes. Turn you unto the Lord your God, for he is gracious and merciful, long suffering and of great compassion: and ready to pardon wickedness. Then ( no doubt ) he also shall turn, and forgive: and after his chastening, he shall let your increase remain, for meat and drink offerings unto the Lord your God: Blow out with the trumpet in Sion, proclaim a fasting, call the congregation, and gather the people together: warn the congregation, gather the elders, bring the children and sucklings together. Let the bridegroom go forth of his chamber, and the bride out of her closet. Let the priests serve the Lord between the porch and the alter, weeping and saying: be favorable O' Lord, be favorable unto thy people: let not thy heritage be brought to such confusion, lest the Heathen be Lords thereof. Wherefore should they say among the Heathen: where is now their God?
      Then shall the Lord be jealous over his land, and spare his people: yee the Lord shall answer, and say unto his people: Behold, I will send you corn, wine, and oil, so that ye shall have plenty of them: And I will no more give you over to be a reproof among the Heathen. Again as for him of the North, I shall drive him far from you: and shoot him out in to a dry and waste land, his face toward the east sea, and his hinder parts toward the upmost sea. The stink of him shall go up, and his filthy corruption shall fall upon himself, because he hath dealt so proudly. Fear not ( O land ) but be glad and rejoice, for the Lord will do great things. Be not ye afraid neither ( O ye beasts of the field ) for the pastures shall be green and the trees shall bear their fruit: the fig trees and vineyards shall give their increase.
      Be glad then ( O ye children of Sion ) and rejoice in the Lord your God, for he hath given you a teacher of righteousness: and he it is that shall send you down showers of rain, early and late in the first month: so that the gardeners shall be full of corn, and the priests plenteous in wine and oil. And as for the years that the grasshopper, locust, blasting, and caterpillar ( my great host, which I sent among you) have eaten up, I shall restore them to you again: so that ye shall have enough to eat, and be satisfied: and praise the name of the Lord your God, that so marvelously hath dealt with you.
      And my people shall never be confounded anymore. Ye shall well know, that I am in the midst of Israel, and that I am your God: yee and that there is none other, and my people shall no more be brought to confusion.
      After this, I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and daughters shall prophesy: your old men shall dream dreams , and your young men shall see visions in those days I will pour out my spirit upon servants and maidens. I will show wonders in the heavens above, and tokens in the earth beneath: blood and fire, and the vapor of smoke. The sun shall be turned to darkness, and the moon into blood: before the great and notable day of the Lord come. And the time shall come: that whosoever calleth upon the name of the Lord, shall be saved. For upon the mount Sion and at Jerusalem, there shall be a salvation, like as the Lord hath promised: yee and among the other remnant, whom the Lord shall call

*barded =armored and ornamented.

THE SECOND OF THE MACHABEES 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. These had they that carried them, desired under such a fashion, as though they should not have been offered, but bestowed to other uses. Nevertheless he that sent them, sent them to the intent that they should be offered unto Hercules. But because of those that were present, they were given as to the making of ships. And Apollonius the son of Nesteus was sent into Egypt, because of the noble men of king Ptolomy Philometor. Now when Antiochus perceived that he was put out from meddling in the realm, he sought his own profit, departed from thence, came to Joppa, and then to Jerusalem: where he was honorably received of Jason and the city, and was brought in with torch light and with great praise: and so he turned his host unto Phenices.

THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 3

 Peter and John went up together into the temple at the ninth hour of prayer. And there was a certain man halt from his mothers womb, whom they brought and laid at the gate of the temple called beautiful, to ask alms of them that entered into the temple. Which same when he saw Peter and John, that they would into the temple, desired to receive an alms. And Peter fastened his eyes on him with John and said: look on us. And he gave heed unto them, trusting to receive something of them. Then said Peter: Silver and gold have I none, such as I have, give I thee. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk. And he took him by the right hand, and lifted him up. And immediately his feet and anklebones received strength. And he sprang, stood and also walked, and entered with them into the temple, walking, and leaping and lauding God.
      And all the people saw him walk and *laud God. And they knew him, that it was he which sat and begged at the beautiful gate of the temple. And they wondered and were sore astonied at that which had happened unto him. And as the halt which was healed, held Peter and John, all the people ran amazed unto them in Solomons porch.
      When Peter saw that, he answered unto the people. Ye men of Israel, why marvel ye at this, or why look ye so steadfastly on us, as though by our own power or holiness, we had made this man go? The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the God of our fathers hath glorified his son Jesus, whom ye delivered, and denied in the presence of Pilate when he had judged him to be loosed. But ye denied the holy and just, and desired a murderer to be given you, and killed the Lord of life, whom God hath raised from death, of the which we are witnesses. And his name through the faith of his name, hath made this man sound, whom ye see and know. And the faith which is by him, hath given to him this health in the presence of you all.
      And now brethren I *wot well that through ignorance ye did it, as did also your heads. But those things which God before had showed, by the mouth of all his Prophets, how that Christ should suffer, he hath thus wise fulfilled. Repent ye therefore and turn, that your sins may be done away, when the time of refreshing cometh, which we shall have of the presence of the Lord, and when God shall send him, which before was preached unto you, that is to wit Jesus Christ, which must receive heaven until the time that all things, which God hath spoken by the mouth of all his holy Prophets since the world began, be restored again.
      For Moses said unto the fathers: A Prophet shall the Lord your God raise up unto you, even of your brethren like unto me: him shall ye hear in all things whatsoever he shall say unto you. For the time will come, that every soul which shall not hear that same Prophet, shall be destroyed from among the people. Also all the Prophets from Samuel and thenceforth, as many as have spoken, have in like wise told of these days.
      Ye are the children of the Prophets, and of the covenant, which God hath made unto our fathers, saying to Abraham: Even in thy seed shall all the kindreds of the earth be blessed. First unto you hath God raised up his son Jesus, and him he hath sent to bless you, that every one of you should turn from your wickedness

 

 

 

     

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