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the care less wife...

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 show a man ...

and the man lived like in a mansion ...

even a subdivision where the houses were not crammed together ...

and the man came home ...to his house...

and found that his wife did not watch after ...the house ...

and was careless ...

and one of the children of the man ...ran wild in the house ...

and running wild of the children of the family had defecated ...dunged a whole room ...within ...within the house ...

even as the wife knew about it and did nothing ...

even as the wife would do nothing to clean the room up ...

and the man was horrified at the sight ...

and ordered ...hired ...others to come into his house and remove anything that was dunged ...

and to take the dunged things and make a fire ...

and the fire was great ...

even so much so that any and all and every one of the subdivision could see the fire and smoke of the burning up of the dung ...

and the man was sore vexed ...of his care less wife ...

and still she was care less the more ...

and the mans daughter came ...and walked with her father ...

and hoped to reconcile her father and mother ...

Yet the daughter could see plainly ...that her mother ...was care less ....

and i was not shown if the man was able to clean his house of the dung ...

and or to reconcile with his care less wife ...

even that they could live in the house together ...

 

 

TO THE HEBREWS Chpt 3

Therefore holy brethren, partakers of the celestial callings consider the ambassador and high priest of our profession Christ Jesus, which was faithful to him that made him, even as was Moses in all his house. And yet was this man counted worthy of more glory than Moses: In as much as he which hath prepared the house, hath most honour in the house. Every house is prepared of some man. But he that ordained all things, is God. And Moses verily was faithful in all his house, as a minister, to bear witness of those things which should be spoken afterward. But Christ as a son, hath rule over the house, whose house are we, so that we hold fast the confidence and the rejoicing of that hope, unto the end.
      Wherefore as the *holy ghost saith: today if ye shall hear his voice, harden not your hearts, after the rebellion in the day of temptation in the wilderness, where your fathers tempted me, proved me, and saw my works forty years long. Wherefore I was grieved with that generation and said: They *erre ever in their hearts: they verily have not known my ways so that I sware in my wrath, that they should not enter into my rest. Take heed brethren that there be in none of you an evil heart in unbelief, that he should depart from the living God: but exhort one another daily, while it is called today, lest any of you wax hard hearted through the deceitfulness of sin.
      We are partakers of Christ if we keep sure unto the end the first substance, so long as it is said: today if ye hear his voice, harden not your hearts, as when ye rebelled. For some, when they heard, rebelled: how be it not all that came out of Egypt under Moses. But with whom was he displeased forty years? Was he not displeased with them that sinned whose carcasses were overthrown in the desert? To whom sware he that they should not enter into his rest: but unto them that believed not? And we see that they could not enter in, because of unbelief.

JUDGES Chpt 18

  In those days there was no King in Israel. And in those days the tribe of Dan sought them an inheritance to dwell in, for unto that time there fell none inheritance unto them among the tribe of Israel. And the children of Dan sent of their kindreds five men of activity, out of their coasts, even out of Zaraah and Esthaol, to view the land and search it out, and said unto them: go and search out the land. And they came to mount Ephraim, even to the house of Micah and lodged there. And when they were come unto the house of Micah, they knew the voice of the young man the Levite, and turned in thither, and said unto him: who brought thee hither? and what makest thou in this place? And what hast thou here. And he said unto them, thus and thus dealeth Micah with me and hath hired me to be his priest. And they said unto him: Ask of God I pray thee, that we may know whether the way which we go, shall be prosperous or no. And the priest said unto them: go in peace, for the way which ye go is before the Lord.
      Then the five men departed and came to Lais, and saw the people that were therein, how they dwelt careless, and after the manner of the Sidons: still, and without casting of perils, and that no man made any trouble in the land or usurped any dominion, and how they were far from the Sidons and had no business with any nation. And they came unto their brethren, to Zaraah, and Esthaol. And their brethren said unto them: what tidings bring you?
      And they said up and let us go unto them, for we have seen the land, that it is very good. Haste therefore and be not slothful to depart and go and conquer the land. When ye be come, ye shall come unto a people that casteth no perils, and unto a large country: for God hath given into your hands a place wherein is no lack of anything that is in the world.
      And there departed thence of the kindred of the Danites, out of Zaraah and Esthaol six hundred men appointed with instruments of war. And they went and pitched in Kariath Jarim in Juda. Wherefore the place is called Mahanah Dan unto this day, which is on the back side of Kariath Jarim. And they went thence unto mount Ephraim, and came to the house of Micah. Then answered the five men that went to spy out the country of Lais, and said unto their brethren: know ye not that there is in these houses and Ephod and Images, and a graven Image and an Image of metal? Now therefore consider what ye have to do.
      And they turned thitherward and came to the house of the young man the Levite in the house of Micah, and saluted him peaceably. And the six hundred men girded with weapons of war which were of the children of Dan stood in the entering of the gate. And the five men that went to spy out the land, went in thither and took the carved Image, and the Ephod, the carved Image, and the Image of metal. And the priest stood in the entering of the gate with the six hundred men that were armed unto battle, while the other went to Micahs house, and fetched the carved Image, the Ephod, the carved Image and the Image of metal. Then said the priest unto them: what do ye? and they answered him, hold thy peace and put thine hand upon thy mouth, and come with us, and be unto us a father and a priest, whether is it better for thee to be a priest unto the house of one man, or to be priest unto a tribe or a kindred in Israel? And the priest was glad and took the Ephod and the Images, and the graven Image, and went with the people. And they turned and departed, and put the children, the cattle and their costly things before them.
       When they were a good way from the house of Micah, the men that were in the houses that were by Micahs house, made an outcry, and followed after the children of Dan and called unto them. And they turned their faces, and said unto Micah, what aileth thee, that thou makest an outcry: And he said, ye have taken away my Gods which I made and also the priest, and go your ways with them: And what have I more, how then say ye unto me, what aileth thee? And the children of Dan said unto him, let not thy voice be heard among us, lest angry fellows run upon thee, and thou lose thy life, with the lives of all thine household too. And so the children of Dan went their ways. And when Micah saw that they were too strong for him, he turned and went back unto his house again.
      And they took the things which Micah had made, and the priest which he had, and went unto Lais, even unto a people that were at rest and without mistrust, and smote them with the edge of the sword and burnt the city with fire. And there was no man to help, because it was far from Sidon, and they had no meddling with any other nation. And the city stood in the valley that lieth by Bethrehob. And they built the city and dwelt therein. And called it Dan, after the name of Dan their father which was born unto Israel. Howbeit in very deed the name of the city was Lais at the beginning.
      And the children of Dan set them up the graven Image. And Jonathan the son of Gerson, the son of Manasses and his sons were the priests unto the tribe of the Danites, until they were carried away out of the land captive. And they set them up the carved Image which Micah made, all the while that the house of God was in Siloh

THE BOOK OF THE PREACHER Chpt 5

  Be not hasty with thy mouth, and let not thine heart speak anything rashly before God. For God is in heaven, and thou upon earth, therefore let thy words be few. For where much carelessness is, there are many dreams: and where many words are, there men may hear fools. If thou make a vow unto God, be not slack to perform it. As for foolish vows, he hath no pleasure in them. If thou promise anything, pay it: for better it is that thou make no vow than that thou shouldest promise, and not pay. Use not thy mouth to cause thy flesh for to sin, that thou sayest not before the angel: my foolishness is in the fault. For then God will be angry at thy voice, and destroy all the work of thine hands. And why? Where as are many dreams and many words, there are also divers vanities: but look that thou fear God. If thou seest the poor to be oppressed and wrongestly dealt withal, so that equity and the right of the law is *wrasted in the land: marvel not thou at such judgement, for one great man keepeth touch with another, and the mighty help themselves together. The land also with the fields and all that is therin, is in subjection to the king. He that loveth money, will never be satisfied with money: and whoso delighteth in riches, shall have no profit thereof. Is not this also a vain thing? Where as much riches is, there are also many that spend them away. And what pleasure more hath he that possesseth them, saving that he may look upon them with his eyes? A laboring man sleepeth sweetly, whether it be little or much that he eateth: but the aboundance of the rich will not suffer them to sleep.
      Yet is there a sore plague, which I have seen under the sun, (namely) riches to keep the hurt of him that hath them in possession.
      For often times they perish with his great misery and trouble: and if he have a child it getteth nothing. Like as he came naked out of his mothers womb, so goeth he thither again, and carryeth nothing away with him for all his labor. This is a miserable plague, that he shall go away even as he came. What helpeth him then, that he hath labored in the wind? All the days of his life also must he eat in the dark, with great carefulness, sickness and sorrow. Therefore me think it a better and fairer thing, a man to eat and drink, and be refreshed of all his labor, that he taketh under the Sun all the days of his life, which God gave him, for this is his portion. For unto whom so ever God giveth riches, goods and power, he giveth it him to enjoy it, to take for his portion, and to be refreshed of his labor: this is now the gift of God. For he thinketh not much how long he shall live, for so much as God filleth his heart with gladness


*wrasted (to twist or distort the meaning of )

THE BOOK OF THE PREACHER Chpt 9

  For all these things purposed I in my mind to seek out. The righteous and wise, yee and their works also are in the hand of God: and there is no man that knoweth either the love or hate of the thing that he hath before him. It happeneth unto one as unto another: It goeth with the righteous as with the ungodly: with the good and clean as with the unclean: with him that offereth as with him that offereth not: like as goeth with the virtuous, so goeth it also with the sinner: As it happeneth unto the *perjured, so happeneth it also unto him that is afraid to be foresworn. Among all things that come to pass under the Son, this is a mystery, that it happeneth unto all alike. This is the cause also that men are full of wickedness and mad foolishness is in their hearts, as long as they live, until they die.
      And why? As long as a man liveth, he is careless: for a quick dog (they say) is better than a dead lion: for they that be living, know that they shall die: but they that be dead, know nothing, neither deserve they anymore. For their memorial is forgotten, so they that be neither loved, hated ner envied: neither have they anymore part in the world, in all that is done under the Son. Go thy way then, eat thy bread with joy, and drink thy wine with gladness, for thy works please God. Let thy garments be always white, and let thy head *want none ointment. Use thy self to live joyfully with thy wife whom thou lovest, all the days of the life, which is but vanity, that God hath given thee under the *Son, all the days of thy vanity: for that is thy portion in this life, of all thy labor and travail that thou takest under the *Son. Whatsoever thou takest in thy hand to do, do that with all thy power: for among the dead, where thou goest unto, there is neither work, counsel, knowledge ner wisdom.
      So I turned me unto other things under the Son, and I saw, that in running, it helps not to be swift: in battle, it helps not to be strong: to feeding, it helps not to be wise: to riches, it helps not to be futile: to be had in favor, it helps not to be cunning: but that all lieth in time and fortune. For man knoweth not his time, but as the fish are taken with the *angle and as the birds are catched with the snare: Even so are men taken in the perilous time, when it cometh suddenly upon them.
      This wisdom have I seen also under the *Son, and me thought it a great thing. There was a little city, and few men within it: so there came a great king and besieged it, and made great bulwarks against it. And in the city there was found a poor man, ( but he was wise) which with his wisdom he delivered the city: yet was there no body, that had any respect for such a simple man. Then said I: Wisdom is better than strength. Nevertheless, a simple mans wisdom is despised, and his words are not heard. A wise mans counsel that is followed in silence, is far above the crying of a captain among fools. For wisdom is better than harness: but one unthrifty alone destroyeth much good


*Son is Son as recorded.
head *want (kjv = lack) none ointment. *angle (hook)

ESAI or ISAIAH Chpt 13

This is the heavy burden of Babylon, which Esai the son of Amos did see. Make some tokens to the high hills, call unto them, hold up your hand, that the Princes may go in at the door. For I will send for my deputies and my giants ( sayeth the Lord )and in my wrath I will call for such, as triumph in my glory.
      With that , me thought I heard in the mountains, a noise, like as it had been a great people: and a rushing, as though the Kingdoms of all nations had come together. ( And the Lord of Hosts was the Captain of the whole army ) As they had come not only out of far countries, but also from the ends of the heavens: Even the Lord himself with the ministers of his wrath, to destroy the whole land. Mourn therefore, for the day of the Lord is at hand, and cometh as a destroyer from the Almighty. Then shall all hands be letten down, and all mens hearts shall melt away, they shall stand in fear, carelessness and sorrow shall come upon them, and they shall have pain, as a woman that travaileth with child. One shall ever be abashed of another, and their faces shall burn like the flame.
      For lo, the day of the Lord shall come, terrible, full of indignation and wrath: to make the land waste, and to root out the sin thereof. For the stars and *planets of heaven shall not give their light, the sun shall be quenched *in the rising, and the moon will not shine with his light. And I will punish the wickedness of the world, and the sins of the ungodly, sayeth the Lord. The high stomachs of the proud will I take away, and will lay down the boasting of the tyrants. I will make a man dearer than fine gold, and a man to be more worth, than a golden wedge of Ophir. Moreover I will so shake the heaven, that the earth shall remove out of her place.
      Thus shall it go with Babylon in the wrath of the Lord of Hosts in the day of his fearful indignation. And Babylon shall be as an hunted or chased doe, and as a flock without a shepherd. Every man shall turn to his own people, and flee each one into his own land. Who so is found alone, shall be shot through: And who so gather together, shall be destroyed with the sword. Their children shall be slain before their eyes, their houses spoiled, and their wives ravished. For lo, I shall bring up the Medes against them, which shall not regard silver, nor be desirous of gold. Then shall young mens bows be snapped asunder. The Medes shall have no pity upon women with child, and their faces shall not spare the children. And Babylon ( that glory of Kingdoms and beauty of the Caldees honor ) shall be destroyed, even as God destroyed Sodom and Gomorra. It shall never be more inhabited, neither shall there be any more dwelling place there, from generation to generation.
      The Arabians shall make no more tents there, neither shall the shepherds make their folds there any more: but wild beasts shall lay there, and the houses shall be full of great Owls. Ostriches shall dwell there, and *apes shall dance there: the little owls shall cry in the palaces, one after another, and Dragons shall be in their pleasant parlors. And as for Babylons time it is at hand, and her days may not be long absent:


*planets (kjv and other bibles of man = constellations; again asstrology of the greek egyptians) *in the rising, (kjv and other bibles of man = in his going forth) and *apes (kjv and other bibles of man = satyrs) * satyrs are mythology of the greeks ie ..text of greek rather than Hebrew was used ...to make the “bibles of man” also see 100 and 100’s of other proofs found throughout the text.

ESAI or ISAIAH Chpt 32

Behold, the king shall *govern after the rule of righteousness, and the Princes shall rule according to the *balance of equity. He shall be unto men, as a defense *for the wind, and as a refuge *for the tempest, like as a river of water in a thirsty place, and the shadow of a great rock in a dry land. The eyes of the seeing shall not be dim, and the ears of them that hear, shall take diligent heed. The heart of the unwise, shall attain to knowledge, and the unperfect tongue shall speak plainly and distinctly. Then shall the *nigarde be no more called gentle, nor the *churle liberal. But the churle will be churlishly minded, and his heart will work evil and play the hypocrite, and imagine abominations against God, to make the hungry lean, and withhold drink from the thirsty: These are the perilous weapons of the covetous, these be his shameful counsels: that he may beguile the poor with deceitful works, yee even there as he should give sentence with the poor. But the liberal person imagineth honest things, and cometh up with honesty.
      Up ( ye rich and idle *cities ) harken unto my voice. Ye careless cities, *mark my words. After years and days shall ye be brought in fear, O ye careless cities. For the *Harvest shall be out, and the grape gathering shall not come. O ye rich idle cities ye that fear no peril, ye shall be abashed and removed: when ye see the bareness, the nakedness and the preparing to war. Ye shall knock upon your breasts, because of the pleasant field, and because of the fruitful vineyard. My peoples field shall bring thorns and thistles for every house is voluptuousness: and in the cities, wilfulness. The palaces also shall be broken, and the greatly occupied cities desolate. The towers and bulwarks shall be become dens for evermore, the pleasure of Mules shall be turned to pasture for sheep: unto the time, that the spirit be poured upon us from above.
      Then shall the wilderness be a fruitful field, and the fruitful field be reckoned for a wood. Then shall equity dwell in the desert, and righteousness in the fruitful land. And the reward of righteousness shall be peace, and her fruit rest and quietness for ever. And my people shall dwell in the inns of peace, in my tabernacle and pleasure where there is enough in them all. And when the hail falleth, it shall fall in the wood and in the city. O how happy shall ye be, when ye shall safely sow your seed beside all waters, and drive thither the feet of your oxen and the asses

*govern (kjv and other bibles of man = reign; like of kingdoms of man)
*balance of equity.(kjv = in judgment)
as a refuge *for the tempest *(kjv and other bibles of man = from)
* these two words mean: *nigard = miserly, cheap, petty, stingy and ignoble. *churle = boorish, rude crude, fat with stingy desire for money. Also note: Used as an evil term against a member of any dark-skinned people. Used as a evil term for a member of any socially, economically, or politically deprived group of people: Indeed, as we see today, the world is up side down. RN
Up ( ye rich and idle *cities ) (kjv and other bibles of man = women)
*Mark this word in all things. *It is worthy to note this capital letter of the word Harvest. RN And the reward (kjv and other bibles of man = work ; wicked labor ) of righteousness shall be peace

ESAI or ISAIAH Chpt 47

But as for thee ( O daughter thou virgin Babylon ) Thou shalt sit in the dust thou shall sit upon the ground, and not in a throne, ( O thou maiden of Chaldea ) Thou shalt no more be called tender and pleasant. Thou shalt bring forth that *querne and grind meal, put down thy stomacher make bear thy knees, and shalt wade through the water rivers. Thy shame shall be discovered, and thy *previties shall be seen. For I will avenge me of thee, and no man shall let me: sayeth our redeemer, which is called the Lord of Hosts, the holy one of Israel.
      Sit still, hold thy tongue, and get thee into some dark corner, O daughter Chaldea, for thou shalt no more be called lady of kingdoms. I was so wroth with my people, that I *punished mine inheritance, and give them into thy power. Nevertheless, thou showiest them no mercy, but even the very aged men of them, didest thou oppress right sore with thy yoke, and thou thoughtest thus. I shall be lady for ever. And beside all that, thou hast not regarded these things, neither cast, (camest) what should come after. Hear now therefore, thou willful, that sittest so careless, and speakest it thus in thine heart: I am alone, and without me is there none: *I shall never be widow, ner desolate again. And yet both these things shall come to thee upon one day in the twinkling of an eye: Namely widowhood, and desolation. They shall mightily fall upon thee, for the multitude of thy *witches, and for the great heap of thy *conjurers. For thou hast comforted thyself in deceitfulness, and hast said: No man seeth me. Thy own wisdom and conning has deceived thee. In that thou hast said: I am alone, and without me there is none. Therefore shall trouble come upon thee, and thou shall not know, from whence it shall arise. Mischief shall fall upon thee, which thou shalt not be able to put off. A sudden misery shall come upon thee, or ever thou be aware.
      Now go to thy conjurers, and to the multitude of thy witches ( whom thou hast been acquainted withal from thy youth ) if they may help thee, or strengthen thee. Thou hast hither to had many counsels of them, so let the heaven gazers and the beholders of stars come on now and deliver thee: yee and let them show, when these new things shall come upon thee. Behold, they shall be like straw, which if it be kindled with fire, no man may rid it for the vehemence of the flame: And yet it giveth no cinders to warm a man by, ner clear fire to sit by. Even so shall they be unto thee whom thou hast used and occupied from thy youth. Every one shall show thee his erroneous way, yet shall none of them defend thee


*querne = hand held grain mill. *previties = secrets held between people, to cover up something . Not "private parts" as we have been told, see Genesis 3:11, when God asked Adam, "who told thee that thou wast naked"
*punished mine inheritance, (kjv and other bibles of man = polluted )
*I shall never be a widow; see Apocalypse 18. Look to the Hebrew root words for the revealing definitions of witches and conjurers. RN

JEREMIE or JEREMIAH Chpt 48

 Thus saith the Lord of Hosts, the God of Israel against Moab: Woe unto Nabo, for it shall be layed waste, brought to confusion and taken. Yee the strong city of Kariathiarim shall be brought to shame, and afraid: Moab shall be no more had in honor: Wicked counsel shall be taken upon Hesebon. Come, ( shall they say ) let us root them out, that may be no more among the number of the Gentiles, yee that they may no more be thought upon: Thus the sword shall persecute thee: A voice shall cry from Horonaim, With great wasting and destruction, is Moab made desolate.
      And this cry shall be heard in all her cities. At the going up unto Luith there shall arise a lamentation: and down toward Horonaim, there shall be heard a cruel and deadly cry: Get you away, save your lives and be like unto the *heeth in the wilderness. For because thou hast trusted in thy strongholds and treasure, thou shalt be taken Chamos with his priests and princes shall go away into captivity.
      The destroyer shall come upon all cities, none shall escape. The valleys shall be destroyed, and the fields shall be layed waste: like as the Lord hath determined.
      Make a token unto Moab, that she get her away speedily: for her cities shall be made so desolate, that no man shall dwell therin. Cursed be he that doeth the work of the Lord negligently, and cured be he that keepeth back his sword from shedding blood.
      Moab hath ever been rich and careless from her youth up, she hath sitten and taken her ease with her treasure. She was never yet put out of one vessel into another, that is, she never went away in to captivity, therefore her taste remaineth, and her savoure is not yet changed.
      But lo, the time cometh, sayeth the Lord, that I shall send her trussers to truss her up, to prepare a season her vessels: yee her tankards rattle and shake to and fro. And Moab shall be ashamed of Chamos, like as Israel was ashamed of Bethel, wherin she put her trust.
      Wherefore do ye think thus: We are mighty, and strong men of war? Moab shall be destroyed, her cities burnt up: her chosen young men shall be slain, saith the King, whose name is the Lord of Hosts. The destruction of Moab cometh on a pace, and her fall is at hand.
      All her neighbors shall mourn for her, and all they that know her name, shall say: O how happeneth it, that the strong staff and goodly rod is broken? And thou daughter Dibon, come down from thy glory, and sit in poverty. For he that destroyeth Moab, shall come up also, and break down thy strong holds.
      And thou that dwellest in Aroer, get thee to the street, and look about thee: ask them that are fled and escaped, and say: What thing is happened? O Moab is confounded and overcome.
      Mourn and cry, tell it out at Armon, that Moab is destroyed. And misery shall come upon the plain land: Namely, upon Holon, and Jahazah, and Mephaath and Dibon, upon Nabo, and the house of Deblathaim, upon Cariathiarim and Bethgamul, upon Bethmaon and Carioth, upon Bozrah and all the cities of the land of Moab, whether they lie far or near.
      The horn of Moab shall be smitten down, and her arm broken, saith the Lord. Make her drunken, for she magnified herself above the Lord, that men may clap their hands at her vomit, and that she also may be laughed into scorn. O Israel, shalt thou not laugh him to scorn, when he is taken among thieves? Yee because of thy words that thou hast spoken against him, thou shalt be driven away. Ye Moabites shall leave the cities, and dwell in the rocks of stone, and become like doves, that make their nest in holes.
      As for Moabs pride, we have heard of it, she is very high minded. I know her stoutness, her boasting, her arrogance and the pride of her stomach, sayeth the Lord. For her furriousness may neither uphold her with strength ner deed. Therefore shall their mourning be made for Moab, and every man shall cry for Moabs sake: a lamentation shall be made to the men that stand upon the wall. So will I mourn for thee also O Jazer, and for thee, O thou vineyard of Sabamah.
      Thy wine branches shall come over the sea, and the branches of Jazer but unto the sea: the destroyer shall break into thy harvest and grape gathering: Mirth and cheer shall be taken away from the timber field, and from the whole land of Moab.
      There shall be no sweet wine in the press, the treader shall have no stomach to cry, yee there shall be none to cry unto him: which afore time were heard from Hesebon to Eleale, and Jahaz, which lifted up their voice from Zoar unto Horonaim, that bullock of three years old. The waters also of Nemrim shall be dried up.
      Moreover I will make Moab cease ( saith the Lord ) from the offerings and *censing that she hath made unto her gods in high places. Wherefore my heart mourneth for Moab, like a crowd playing an heavy song: and for the mens sake of the brick wall my heart mourneth also, even as a pipe that pipeth a doleful song: for they shall be very few, and destroyed.
      All heads shall be shaven, and all beards clipped off: all hands bound, and all loins girded about with sack cloth. Upon all the housetops and streets of Moab, there shall be mourning: For I will break Moab like an unprofitable vessel saith the Lord. O how fearful is she? O how mourneth she? O how doth Moab hang down her head, and is ashamed? Thus shall Moab be a laughing stock, and had in *derision of all them, that be round about her.
      For thus saith the Lord: Behold, the enemy shall come flying as an *Aegle, and shall spread his wings upon Moab. They shall climb over the walls, and win the strongholds. Then the mighty mens hearts in Moab shall be like the heart of a woman travailing with child.
      And Moab shall be made desolate, that she shall no more be a people, because she hath set up herself against the Lord. Fear, pit, and snare shall come upon thee ( O Moab ) saith the Lord. Who so escapeth the fear, shall fall in the pit: and who so getteth out of the pit, shall be taken in the snare.
      For I will bring a year of visitation upon Moab, saith the Lord. They that are able to flee, shall stand under the shadow of Hesebon. For there shall go a fire out of Heshbon, and a flame from Sion, and shall burn up that proud people of Moab, both before and behind.
      Woe be unto thee, (O Moab ) for thou people of Chamos shall perish: Yee thy sons and daughters shall be led away captive. Yet at the last will I bring Moab out of captivity again, saith the Lord. Thus far of the plague of Moab


*heeth ( low shrub ) *censing ( burning of incense ) *derision (ridicule, contempt)
*Aegle (Eagle) Cap A ; elsewhere see: Eagle; 4th Esdras, Reveleation also see modern "Moab".

JEREMIE or JEREMIAH Chpt 49

 As concerning the Ammonites, thus the Lord sayeth: Hath Israel no children, or is he without an heir? Why hath your king then taken Gad in? Wherefore doth his people dwell in his cities? Behold therefore, the time cometh ( saith the Lord ) that I will bring a noise of war into Rabah of the Ammonites. Lahel shall be desolate, and her cities burnt up: and the Israelites shall be lords over those that had them in possession afore, saith the Lord. Hesebon shall mourn, for it shall be rooted out of the ground,saith the Lord. The cities of Rabah shall cry out, and gird themselves with sackcloth: they shall mourn, and run about the walls: for their king shall be led away prisoner: yee his priests and princes with him.
      Wherefore trusteth thou in the water streams that flow to and fro, O thou fierce daughter: and thinkest thou art so safe ( by reason of thy treasure ) that no man shall come to thee?
      Behold, I will bring a fear upon thee, saith the Lord God of Hosts, from all those that be about thee: so that ye shall be scattered every man from another, and no man shall gather them together again that be fled. But after that, I will bring the Ammonites also out of captivity again.
      Upon the Edomites hath the Lord of Hosts spoken on this manner: Is there no wisdom in Thema? Is there no more good counsel among his people? Is their wisdom then turned clean to nought? Get you hence, turn your backs creep down into the deep, O ye citizens of Dedan.
      For I will bring destruction upon Esau, ye and the day of his visitation. If the grape gathers come upon thee, should they not leave some grapes? If the night robbers came upon thee, should they not take so much as they thought were enough?
      But I will make Esau bare, and discover his secrets, so that he shall not be able to hide them. His seed shall be wasted away yee his brethren and his neighbors, and he himself shall not be left behind.
      Thou shalt leave thy fatherless children behind thee, and I will keep them and thy widows shall take their comfort in me. For thus hath the Lord spoken: Behold, they that men thought were *unmete to drink of the cup, have drunken with the first: and thinkest thou then to be free?
      No, no: thou shalt neither be quiet nor free, but thou must drink also: For why, I have sworn by myself ( sayeth the Lord ) that Bozrah shall become a wilderness, an open shame, a laughing stock and cursing: and her cities shall be a continual desert.
      For I am perfectly informed of the Lord, that he hath sent a message all ready unto the Heathen. Gather you together, and go forth against them: make you ready to battle, for, lo: I will make thee but small among the Heathen, and little regarded among men.
      Thy high stomach and pride of thy heart have deceived thee, Because thou wilt dwell in the holes of stony rocks, and have the high mountains in possession. Nevertheless though thy nest were as high as the *Aegles, yet will I cast thee down, saith the Lord. Moreover Idumea shall be a wilderness: who so goeth by it, shall be abashed, and wonder at all her miserable plagues. Like as Sodom, Gomor, and the cities that lay there about, were turned up side down ( saith the Lord ) so shall no body dwell in Idumea, and no man shall have his habitation there. Behold, like as the Lion cometh up from the pleasant meadows of Jordan unto the green pastures of Etham, so will I drive him, and make him turn against her. But who is the young man that I will ordain thereto? Who is like unto me? What is he that will strive with me? What shepherd may stand in my hands?
      Therefore hear the counsel of the Lord, that he hath taken upon Idumea: and his purpose, that he hath devised upon the citizens of Theman: The least of the flock shall tear them in pieces, and look what fair thing they have, they shall make it waste, and themselves also. At the noise of their fall, the earth shall quake, the cry of their voice shall be heard to the red sea. Behold, the enemy shall come and fly up hither, like as it were an *Aegle and spread his wings upon *Bozrah. Then shall the hearts of the worthies in Edom be as the heart of a woman travailing with child. Upon Damascus, Hamath and Arphad shall come confusion, for they shall hear evil tidings: they shall be tossed to and fro like the sea that can not stand still. Damascus shall be sore afraid, and shall flee, trembling shall come upon her. Sorrow and pain shall over take her as a woman travailing of child. But how should so worshipful and glorious a city be forsaken? Hear therefore: her young men shall fall in the streets, and all her men of war shall be taken away in that time, sayeth the Lord of Hosts. I will kindle a fire in the walls of Damascus, which shall consume the palace of Benhadad.
      As for Cedar and kingdom of Hazor, whom Nabuchodonosor the king of Babylon smote down, the Lord hath spoken thus upon them: Arise, and get you up to Cedar, and destroy the people toward the east. Their tents and their flocks shall they take away, yee their hangings and their vessel. Their Camels also shall they carry away with them. Then shall come about them on every side with a fearful cry.
      Flee, get you soon away, creep into caves, that ye may dwell there: O yee inhabitantors of Hazor, saith the Lord. For Nabuchodonosor the king of Babylon hath holden a counsel concerning you, and concluded his devise against you. Arise, and get you up against yonder rich and careless people ( sayeth the Lord ) which have neither gates nor door bars, and dwell not together. Their camels shall be stolen, and the droves of their cattle driven away.
      Moreover, these that be shaven will I scatter toward all the winds, and bring them to destruction: yee and that through their own familiars, saith the Lord. Hazor also shall be a dwelling for Dragons, and an everlasting wilderness: so that no body shall dwell there, and no man shall have there his habitation.
      These are the words, that the Lord spake to the prophet Jeremy concerning Elam, in the beginning of the reign of Zedekiah King of Judah. Thus saith the Lord of Hosts: Behold, I will break the bow of Elam, and take away their strength: and upon Elam I will bring the four winds from the four quarters of heaven, and will scatter them against the same the same four winds: And there shall be no people, but some of them shall flee unto them.
      For I will cause Elam to be afraid of their enemies, and of them that seek their lives: and will bring upon them the indignation of my wrath, saith the Lord. And I will persecute them with the sword so long till I have brought them to naught. I will set my stool in Elam, I will destroy both the king and the princes from thence, saith the Lord. But in the process of time, I will bring Elam out of captivity again, saith the Lord


*unmete (not worthy) *Aegles (eagles) note Cap A and see Eagle in 4th Esdras and Revelation. *Bozrah note; modern day Bozrah.

EZEKIEL or JEHEZEKIEL Chpt 30

 The word of the Lord came more over unto me, saying: thou son of man, prophesy and speak: thus saith the Lord God: Mourn, woe worth this day! for the day is here, the day of the Lord is come: the dark day of the heathen, the hour is at hand, the sword cometh upon Egypt. when wounded men fall down in Egypt, when her people are taken away, and her foundations are destroyed, the Morians land shall be afraid, yee the Morians land, Libia and Lydia, all their common people, and Chub, and all that be confederate unto them, shall fall with them through the sword.
      Thus saith the Lord: The maintainers of the land of Egypt shall fall, the pride of her power shall come down: even unto the tower of Syenes shall they be slain down with the sword, saith the Lord God: among other desolate countries they shall be desolate, and among other waste cities they shall be wasted. And they shall know that I am the Lord, when I kindle a fire in Egypt, and when all her helpers are destroyed. At that time, shall their messengers go forth from me in ships, to make the careless Moryans afraid, and sorrow shall come upon them in the day of Egypt for doubtless it shall come.
      Thus saith the Lord God: I will make an end of the people of Egypt through the hand of Nabuchodonosor king of Babylon. He and his people with him, Yee and the cruel tyrants of the Heathen shall be brought to destroy the land. They shall draw out their swords upon Egypt and fill the land full of slain men. I will dry up their floods of water, and sell the land into the hands of wicked people. The land and all that is therein, will I destroy through the enemies. Even I the Lord have said it.
      An thus saith the Lord God: I will destroy the Idols, and bring the images of Noph to an end. There shall no more be a prince of Egypt, and a fearfulness will I send into the Egyptians land. As for Pathures, I will make it desolate, and kindle a fire in Zoan. Alexandria will I punish and pour my wrothful indignation upon. Sin which is the strength of Egypt. All the substance of Alexandria will I destroy, and kindle a fire in Egypt.
      Sin shall be in great heaviness, Alexandria shall be rooted out, and Noph shall have daily sorrow, the best men of Neliopolis and Bubasto shall be slain with the sword, and carried away captive. At Taphnis the day shall be dark, when I break there the scepter of the land of Egypt, and when the pomp of her power shall have an end. A cloud shall cover her, and her daughters shall be led away into captivity. Thus will I punish Egypt, that they may know, how that I am the Lord.
      It happened in the eleventh year, upon the seventh day of the first Month, that the Lords word came unto me, saying: Behold, thou son of man, I will brake the arm of Pharaoh king of Egypt: and lo, it shall not be bound up to be healed, neither shall any plaster be layed upon it, for to ease it, or to make it so strong, as to hold a sword. Therefore, thus saith the Lord God: Behold, I will upon Pharaoh the king of Egypt, and bruise his strong arm ( yet it is but a broken one ) and will smite the sword out of his hand.
      As for the Egyptians, I will scatter them among the Heathen, and strew them in the lands about. Again I will strengthen the arm of the king of Babylon, and give him my sword in his hand: but I will break Pharaohs arm so that he shall hold it before him pitifully, like a wounded man.
      Yee I will stablish the king of Babylons arm, and the armies of Pharaoh shall fall down: that it may be known that I am the Lord, which gave the king of Babylon my sword in his hand, that he may draw it out upon the land of Egypt: and that when I scatter the Egyptians among the Gentiles, and strew them in the lands about, they may know, that I am the Lord

EZEKIEL or JEHEZEKIEL Chpt 39

Therefore O thou son of man, prophesy against Gog, and speak: Thus saith the Lord God: Behold, O Gog: thou chief prince at Mesech and Tubal, I will upon thee, and turn thee about, and carry thee forth, and lead thee from the north parts, and bring thee up to the mountains of Israel. As for thy bow, I will smite it out of thy left hand, and cast thine arrows out of thy right hand. Thou with all thine heap, and all the people that is with thee, must fall upon the mountains of Israell. Then will I give thee unto the fouls and wild beasts of the field, to be devoured: there must thou lie upon the field: for even I the Lord have spoken it, saith the Lord God.
      Into Magog, and among those that sit carelessly in the isles: will I send a fire, and they shall know, that I am the Lord. I will make also the name of my holiness to be known among my people of Israel: and I will not let my holy name be evil spoken of any more: but the very Heathen also shall know, that I am the Lord, the holy one in Israel. Behold, it cometh, and shall be fulfilled in deed, saith the Lord God. This is the day whereof I have spoken: They that dwell in the cities of Israel, shall go forth and set fire upon the weapons, and burn them: shields and spears, bows and arrows, bills and clubs: handstaves, seven years shall they be burning thereof, so that they shall else bring no sticks from the field, neither have need to hew down any out of the wood: For they shall have weapons now to burn. They shall rob those that robbed them, and spoil those that spoiled them, saith the Lord God.
      At the same time I will give unto Gog, a place to be buried in, in Israel: even the valley, where through men go from the east to the seaward: Those that travel thereby, shall abhor it. There shall Gog and all his people be buried: and it shall be called The valley of the people of Gog. Seven months long shall the house of Israel be burying of them, that they may cleanse the land. Yee, all the people of the land shall bury them. O it shall be a glorious day, when I get me that honor, saith the Lord God. They shall ordain men also to be dead buryers, ever going through the land, and appoint them certain places to bury those in, which remain upon the field, that the land may be cleansed. From end to end shall they seek, and that seven months long. Now those that go through the land, where they see a mans bone, they shall set up a token by it, till the dead buryers have buried it also, in the valley of the people of Gog. And the name of the city shall be called, Hamonah. Thus shall they make the land clean.
      And, thou son of man: thus saith the Lord God: Speak unto all the fouls and every bird, yee and to all the wild beasts of the field: heap you together and come, gather you round about upon my slaughter, that I have slain for you: even a great slaughter upon the mountains of Israel: eat flesh and drink blood. Ye shall eat the flesh of the worthies, and drink the blood of the princes of the land: of the wethers, of lambs, of goats, and of the oxen that all be slain at Bashan. Eat the fat your belly full, and drink blood till ye be drunken of the slaughter, which I have slain unto you. Fill you at my table, with horses and strong horsemen: with captains and all men of war, saith the Lord God.
      I will bring my glory also among the Gentiles, that all the Heathen may see my judgment, that I have kept, and my hand which I have laid upon them: that the house of Israel may know, how that I am the Lord their God, from that day forth. And the Heathen shall know, that where as the house of Israel were led into captivity: was for their wickedness sake, because they offended me.
      For which cause I hid my face from them, and delivered them into the hands of their enemies, that they might all be slain with the sword. According to their uncleanness and unfaithful dealings, so have I entreated them, and hid my face from them. Therefore thus saith the Lord God, Now will I bring again the captives of Jacob, and have mercy upon the whole house of Israel, and will be jealous for my holy names sake. All their confusion and offense that they have done against me, shall be taken away: and so safely shall they dwell in their land, that no man shall make them afraid. And when I have brought them again from among the people, when I have gathered them together out of their enemies lands, and am praised in them before many Heathen: then shall they know, that I am the Lord their God, which suffered them to be led into captivity among the Heathen, but have brought them again into their own land, and not left one of them in yonder.
      After that, will I hide my face no more from them, but will pour out my spirit upon the house of Israel, saith the Lord God

Gog and Magog ...

SOPHONIAS or ZOPHONIAH Chpt 2

Come together and gather you, O *froward people: or the thing go forth that is concluded, and or the time be passed away as dust: or the fearful wrath of the Lord come upon you, yee or the day of the Lords sore displeasure come upon you. Seek the Lord all yee meek hearted upon the earth, ye that work after his judgement: seek righteousness, seek lowliness: that yee may be defended in the wrothfull day of the Lord. For Gaza shall be destroyed, and Ascalon shall be laid waste. They shall cast out Asood at the noon day, and Accaron shall be plucked up by the roots.
      Woe unto you that dwell upon the sea coast, ye murderous people: the word of the Lord shall come upon you. O Canaan thou land of the Phillistines, I will destroy thee, so that there shall no man dwell in thee any more: and as for the sea coast, it shall be herdmans cottages and sheep folds: yee it shall be a portion for such as remain of the house of Juda, to feed there upon. In the houses of Ascalon shall they rest toward the night: for the Lord their God shall visit them, and turn away their captivity. I have heard the despite of Moab, and the blasphemies of the children of Ammon how they have shamefully entreated my people, and magnified themselves within the borders of their land. Therefore as truly as I live ( sayeth the Lord of hosts the God of Israel ) Moab shall be as Sodom, and Ammon as Gomora: even dry thorn hedges, *salt pits and perpetual wilderness. The residue of my folk shall spoil them, the remnant of my people shall have them in possession. This shall happen unto them for their pride, because they have dealt so shamefully with the Lord of hosts people, and magnified themselves above them . The Lord shall be grim upon them, and destroy all the goods in the land. And all the Isles of Heathen shall worship him, every man in his place.
      Ye Morians also shall perish with my sword: yee he shall stretch out his hand over the north, and destroy Assur. As for Nivive, he shall make it desolate, dry and waste. The flocks and the beasts of all the people shall lye in the midest of it, pelicans and storks shall abide in the upper posts of it, fowls shall sing in the windows, and ravens shall sit upon the *balcks, for the boards of cedar shall be run down. This the proud and careless city, that said in her heart: I am, and there is else none. O how is she made so waste, that the beasts lie therein? Who so goeth by, mock her, and pointeth at her with his finger

*froward=stubbornly contrary to truth, love and /or the spirit. *as barren as the places where salt is cast.       *balcks= wooden beam or rafter

ZACHARIE or ZACHARIAH Chpt 1

 In the eighth month of the second year of king Darius, came the word of the Lord unto Zachary the son of Barachias, the son of Addo, the Prophet, saying: the Lord hath been sore displeased at your forefathers. And say thou unto them: thus saith the Lord of hosts. Turn you unto me ( saith the Lord of hosts ) and I will turn me unto you, saith the Lord of hosts. Be not ye like your forefathers, unto whom the Prophets cried afore time, saying: Thus saith the Lord of hosts: Turn you from your evil ways, and from your wicked imaginations. But they would not hear, nor regard me, saith the Lord. What is now become of your forefathers and the prophets? are they yet still alive? But did not my words and my statutes ( which I commanded by my servants the Prophets ) touch your forefathers? Upon this, they gave answer and said: like as the Lord of hosts devised to do unto us, according to our ways and imaginations, even so hath he dealt with us.
      Upon the twenty forth day of the eleventh month which is the month Sebat, in the second year of Darius, came the word of the Lord unto Zachary the son of Barachias, the son of Addo the Prophet, saying: I saw by night, and lo, there sat one upon a red horse, and stood still among the Myrtle trees, that were beneath upon the ground: and behind him were there red, speckled and white horses. Then said I: O my Lord, what are these? And the angel that talked with me, said unto me : I will show thee what these be. And the man that stood among the Myrtle trees, answered and said: These are they, whom the Lord hath sent to go through the world. And they answered the angel of the Lord, that stood among the myrtle trees, and said: We have gone through the world: and behold all the world dwell at ease, and are careless.
      Then the Lords angel gave answer, and said: O' Lord of hosts, how long wilt thou be unmerciful to Jerusalem and to the cities of Juda, with whom thou hast been displeased now these seventy years. So the Lord gave a loving and comfortable answer unto the angel that talked with me. And the angel that communed with me, said unto me: Cry thou, and speak: Thus sayeth the Lord of hosts: I am exceedingly jealous over Jerusalem and Sion, and sore displeased at the careless Heathen: for where I was but a little angry, they did their best that I might destroy them. Therefore thus sayeth the Lord: I will turn me again in mercy toward Jerusalem, so that my house shall be build in it, sayeth the Lord of hosts: yee and the plummet shall be laid abroad in Jerusalem, sayeth the Lord of hosts.
      Cry also, and speak: thus sayeth the Lord of hosts: My cities shall be in good prosperity again, the Lord shall yet comfort Sion, and choose Jerusalem. Then lift I mine eyes and saw, and behold, four horns. And I said unto the angel, that talketh with me: What be these: he answered me : These are the horses, which have scattered Juda, Israel, and Jerusalem abroad. And the Lord showed me four carpenters. Then said I: what will these do? He answered, and said: Those are the horns, which have so strewed Juda abroad, that no man durst lift up his head: But these are come to *fraye them away, and to cast out the horns of the Gentiles, which lift up their horn over the land of Juda, to scatter it abroad

*fraye= alarm, wear down, to frighten.

THE THIRD BOOK OF ESDRAS Chpt 3

King Darius made a great feast unto his servants, unto all his court, and to all the officers of Medea and Persia, yee to all the deputies and rulers that were under him, from India unto Ethiopia, an hundred twenty seven countries. So when they had eaten and drunken being satisfied, and were gone home again. Darius the King went into his chamber, layed him down to sleep, and so awaked.
      Then three young men, that kept the Kings person, and watched his body communed among themselves, and spake one to another: Let every one of us say something, and look whos sentence is wiser and more excellent then the other unto him shall King Darius give great gifts, and cloth him in purple. He shall give him vessels of gold to drink in, clothes of gold and coverings: he shall make him a costly chariot and a bridle of gold, he shall give him a bonnet of white silk, and a chain of gold about his neck: yee he shall be the second and principal next unto King Darius and that because of his wisdom, and shall be called the Kings kinsman.
      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 have 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 their 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 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)

and others of a similitude ...

"the care less LEFT."

"the care full and care less military and VA."

"loved ones and nations destroyed of drugs and death and care less ness..."

"do not marry into a care less family..."

"the dead death wishers and the care less..."

 "care less murder us people..."

"the care less vile VA..."

 "the care less football player..."

"power failure and burning of care less charities..."

"the careless VA...care less..."

 "care less corporate schools..."

"be care full ...around the care less rich man."

"disabled veterans...and a careless VA (could not care less) "

" careless merchants ...(couldn't care less ) "

 "careless death camps of the aged ...couldn't care less... "

 "care less hospital ... "

"the blood of the care less city ... "

"Horribly homeless ...in a land of care less ...ness... "

"care less destroyers of the earth ..."

"care less for the need full..."

 "care less U ...university... "

 

"careless wretched realtor in the kenai..."

"careless for the aged..."

 "careless corporation being...being consumed of unGodly corruption..."

 "thoughtless careless factory..."

"careless merchant rule..."

"careless foreign woman..."

 "careless kwikleen..."

"careless destruction"

"desk of deception...robbery extortion and theft ...carelessness ..."

"careless corp ..."

"shipwreck...carelessness..."

"corporate carelessness...and corruption..."

"the careless man..."

 

 

 

     

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