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.
Behold in a dread nightmare of the dark season ...of the times and time ..of the season of man ...see son of man ...
and i was taken and shown an UnGodly small town ...on a high hill ...
and it was thought imagined ...fantasized to be a high place ...
and a she bear ...went about the place ...looking for ...food.
and the most and many of the people of the place ...though light and little of the she bear ..
evenso they told the young men to capture the she bear ...
and to take the she bear ...a far off ...even very afar off ...that the she bear comes not near the town again ...
and the young men captured the she bear ...
and did take the she bear ...a way ...a ways from the UnGodly small town ..that thought imagined ...fantasized to be a high place ...
Yet the young men took not the she bear seriously ...either ...just like the most and many...
and so the young men let loose the she bear ...not far ...from the UnGodly small town that thought imagined ...fantasized to be a high place ...
and soon ...very soon ...sooner than any thought imagined ...fantasized...did the she bear come back to the UnGodly small town.
and the she bear sat in the brush and woods ...waiting ...on the very edge of the UnGodly small town.
and the scene changed ...and the seeing changed ...
and a mighty wind came and blew the horribly from the LEFT ...against the RIGHT.
and the wind swept away ...a way ...any covering ...that was over anything ...
even any thing that was thought imagined ...or fantasized ...to be covered.
and i was shown young men thinking to make their fortunes ...in a far away place ...
even a very very far off place ...
Yet a man appeared and warned the young men Not to be hasty ...
and that all increase comes from God our father and Jesus our brother and Lord.
and that in spirit and truth ...
THEN if any might go to a place afar off or city a high up ...let them pray Gods will be done.
and scripture came back to remembrance ...
THE SECOND BOOK OF KINGS Chpt 2
And it chanced when the Lord would take up Eliah to heaven in a whirlwind, that Eliah and Eliseus were going from Galgal. And Eliah said to Eliseus, tarry here, I pray thee, for the Lord hath sent me to Bethel. But Eliseus said: as surely as the Lord liveth, and as thy soul liveth, I will not leave thee. And when they came to Bethel, the children of the Prophets that were at Bethel came out to Eliseus and said to him: knowest thou not how that the Lord will take away thy master from thee this day? And he said, I know it too, hold your peace.
Then said Eliah to Eliseus: tarry here a fellowship, for the Lord hath sent me to Jericho. And he said: as surely as the Lord liveth, and as surely as thy soul liveth, I will not leave thee, and so they went to Jericho. And the children of the Prophets that were at Jericho came to Eliseus and said unto him: art thou not ware that the Lord will take away thy master from thee this day? And he answered: I know it also, hold your peace. And Eliah said to him: tarry I pray thee here, for the Lord hath sent me to Jordan. But he said: as surely as the Lord liveth, and as thy soul liveth, I will not leave thee. And so they went both of them together. And fifty men of the sons of the Prophets went and stood in sight afar off, as they two stood by Jordan.
And then Eliah took his mantle and wrapped it together and smote the water, and it divided itself, part the one way and part the other, and they two went over on the dry land. And as soon as they were over, Eliah said to Eliseus, ask what I shall do for thee before I be taken away from thee. And Eliseus said: let me, I pray thee, have thy spirit double in me. And he said: thou hast asked a hard thing. Nevertheless if thou see me when I am taken away from thee, thou shalt have it so: if thou do not, it shall not be. And as they went walking and talking: behold, there came a chariot of fire and horses of fire and put them asunder. And Eliah went up in the whirlwind to heaven. And Eliseus saw and cried: O my father, O my father, the chariot of Israel and the horsemen thereof, and saw him no more: and therefore took his own clothes and rent them in two pieces.
And then he took up the mantle of Eliah that fell from him, and went back again and stood by Jordans side, and took the mantle of Eliah that fell from him, and smote the water and said: where is the Lord God of Eliah where is he? And when he had smitten the water it divided part this way and part that way, and Eliseus went over. And the children of the Prophets of Jericho which saw from afar, said: the spirit of Eliah doth rest on Eliseus, and went against him and bowed to the earth unto him. And they said unto him: see, there be among thy servants fifty lusty men: let them go and seek thy master: happily the spirit of the Lord hath taken him up and cast him upon some mountain or in some valley. And he said: send not. Nevertheless yet they lay upon him, till he was a shamed, and said: send, and they sent fifty men which sought him three days and three nights, but found him not. And they came again to him, for he tarried at Jericho. And he said to them, did I not say unto you that ye should not go?
Then the men of Jericho said to Eliseus: behold the city standeth pleasantly as my Lord saith, but the water is nought and the ground barren. And he said: bring me a new cruse and put salt therein. And they brought it to him. And he went unto the spring of the water and cast the salt in thither, and said thus saith the Lord: I heal this water, there shall not come henceforth either death or barrenness. And the water was healthsome ever after according to the saying of Eliseus which he spake.
And he went from thence up to Bethel. And as he was going up in the way, there came little lads out of the city and mocked him, and said to him: go up thou bald head, go up thou baldhead. And he turned back and looked on them and cursed them in the name of the Lord. And there came two Bears out of the wood and tare forty two of the boys. And he went from thence to mount Carmel, and from thence went again to Samaria
THE EPISTLE OF ST. JAMES Chpt 4
Go to now ye that say: today and tomorrow let us go into such a city and continue there a year and buy and sell, and win: and yet cannot tell what shall happen tomorrow. For what thing is your life? It is even a vapor that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away: For that ye ought to say: if the Lord will and if we live, let us do this or that. But now ye rejoice in your boastings. All such rejoicing is evil. Therefore to him that knoweth how to do good, and doth it not, to him it is sin.
THE PROVERBS Chpt 17
A *sedicious person seeketh mischief, but a cruel messenger shall be sent against him.
It were better to come against a she bear robbed of her whelps, then against a fool in his foolishness.
Whoso rewardeth evil for good, the plague shall not depart from his house.
He that soweth discord and strife, is like one that diggeth up a water brook: but an open enemy is like the water that breaketh out and runneth abroad.
The Lord hateth as well him that justifieth the ungodly, as him that condemeth the innocent.
What helpeth it to give a fool money in his hand, where as he hath no mind to buy wisdom?
He is a friend that always loveth, and in adversity a man shall know who is his brother.
Whom so promiseth by the hand, and is surety for another, he is a fool.
He that loveth strife, delighteth in sin: and he that setteth his door to high, seeketh after a fall.
Who so hath a froward heart obtaineth no good: and he that hath an *overthwart tongue, shall fall into mischief.
An unwise body bringeth himself in to sorrow, and the father of a fool can have no joy.
A merry heart maketh a lusty age, but a sorrowful mind drieth up the bones.
The ungodly taketh gifts out of the bosom, to *wreste the ways of judgment.
Wisdom shineth in the face of him that hath understanding, but the eyes of fools wander throughout all lands.
An undiscreet son is a grief unto his father, and an heaviness unto his mother that bare him.
To punish the innocent, an to smite the Princes that give true judgement, are both evil.
He is wise and discreet that tempereth his words: and he is a man of understanding, that maketh much of his spirit.
Yee a very fool ( when he holdeth his tongue ) is counted wise, and to have understanding, when he shutteth his lips
* sedition = disloyalty, treachery, labored strife, promotes rebellion (against godly ways) RN *overthwart = to impede, obstruct, prevent, frustrate. *wreste = from wrest meaning; to distort or twist the nature or meaning of
THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 9
And he said to them all, if any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily and follow me. Whosoever will save his life, shall lose it. And whosoever shall lose his life for my sake, the same shall save it. For what advantageth it a man to win the whole world if he lose himself or run in damage of himself? For whosoever is ashamed of me, and of my sayings: of him shall the son of man be ashamed, when he cometh in his own glory, and in the glory of his father, and of the holy angels. And I tell you of a surety: There be some of them that stand here, which shall not taste of death, till they see the kingdom of God.
And it followed about an eight days after those sayings, that he took Peter, James, and John, and went up into a mountain to pray. And as he prayed, the fashion of his countenance was changed, and his garment was white and shone. And behold, two men talked with him, and they were Moses and *Helias, which appeared gloriously, and spake of his departing, which he should end at Jerusalem. Peter and they that were with him, were heavy with sleep. And when they woke, they saw his glory, and two men standing with him.
Chpt 16 The Gospel of St Matthew
Jesus then said to his disciples. If any man will follow me let him forsake himself and take up his cross and follow me. For whosoever will save his life, shall *loose it. And whosoever shall *loose his life for my sake, shall find it. What shall it profit a man, though he should win all the whole world if he *loose his own soul? Or else what shall a man give to redeem his soul again with all? For the son of man shall come in the glory of his father, with his angels: and then shall he reward every man according to his deeds. Verily I say unto you, some there be among them that here stand, which shall not taste of death, till they shall have seen the son of man come in his kingdom.
HOSEA or OSEAS Chpt 13
The abomination of Ephraim is come also into Israel. He is gone back to Baal, therefore must he die. And now they sin more and more: of their silver, they make them molten Images, like the idols of the Heathen, and yet all is nothing but the works of the craftsmen. Not withstanding they preach of the same: who so will kiss the calves, offereth to men. Therefore they shall be as the morning cloud, and as the dew that early passeth away, and like as the dust that the wind taketh away from the floor, and as smoke that goeth out of the chimney.
I am the Lord thy God, which brought thee out of the land of Egypt: that thou shouldest know no God but me only, and that thou shouldest have no Savior but only me. I took diligent heed of thee in the wilderness, that dry land. But when they were well fed and had enough, they waxed proud, and forgot me. Therefore I will be unto them as a lion, and as a leopard in the way of the Assirians. I will come upon them as a bear, that is robbed of her whelps, and I will break that stubborn heart of theirs. There will I devour them as a lion: yee the wild beast shall tear them.
O Israel, thou doest but destroyed thyself, In me only is thy help. Where are thy kings now, that shouldest help thee in all thy cities? Yee and thy judges, of whom thou sayest: give me a king and princes? well, I gave thee a king in my wrath, and in my displeasure will I take him from thee again. The wickedness of Ephraim is bound together, and his sin lieth hid. Therefore shall sorrows come upon him, as upon a woman that travaileth. An indiscrete son is he: for he considereth not, that he should not have been able to have endured the time of his birth, had I not defended him from the grave, and delivered him from death.
O death, I will be thy death: O hell, I will be thy sting. Yet can I see no come forth, for when he is now the goodliest among the brethren, the East wind ( even the wind of the Lord ) shall come down from the wilderness, and dry up his conduits, and drink up his wells: he shall spoil the treasure of all pleasant vessels.
As for Samaria, they shall be made waste, and why? they are disobedient unto their God. They shall perish with the sword, their children shall be slain, and their women great with child shall be ripped up.
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