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the woodworker and the woman with swollen thighs...

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 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 a man ...

     and the man went about to doings ...

     and to accomplish things ...

     and he thought to teach others of doings and accomplishing things ...

     and he thought to get honor ...of doings and accomplishing things and teaching others ...

     even to do the same ...

     Yet the man ...of himself could do or accomplish nothing ...of any worth ...

     and...the others...that he thought to teach ...

     even they ...could do or accomplish nothing... of any worth ...

     even so he was seven years in doing things ...

     and there came a woman to the man ...

     and the woman showed him around ...the world ...of the worldly ...

     even places he had not seen before ...

     and secret and hidden places where only the honorable in and of the world were allowed ...

     and she showed him windows ...that looked out upon the works and doings and wonders and accomplishments of the world of the worldly ...

     and the man was in ...within ...a mighty wonder ...of all the woman showed him ...

     and the woman saw that he was ...

     and she took him to secret chamber ...

     and showed him more of the windows of the world of the worldly ...

     and he could look out and see more of the works and doings and accomplishments ...

     and the man pressed his face against the windows of the world of the worldly ...

     and the woman said look over here ...

     and there were windows all roundabout her ...

     and she was laying on a bed ...of pillows and perfume ...

     and she looked seductively upon the man ...

     and she raised her dress up upon her thighs ...

     and her thighs and belly were swollen ...and huge ...

 

and scripture came back to remembrance ...

THE GOSPELL OF ST. MATTHEW Chpt 13

 Jesus said unto them: Understand ye all these things? They said, ye Lord. Then said he unto them: Therefore every Scribe which is taught unto the kingdom of heaven is like an householder, which bringeth forth, out of his treasure, things both new and old.
      And it came to pass when Jesus had finished these similitudes, that he departed thence, and came in to his own country, and taught them in their synagogues, in so much that they were astonied and said: whence cometh all this wisdom and power unto him? Is not this the carpenters son? Is not his mother called Mary? and his brethren be called James and Joses and Simon and Judas? And are not his sisters all here with us? Whence hath he all these things. And they were offended by him. Then Jesus said to them, a Prophet is not without honour, save in his own country, and among his own kin. And he did not many miracles there, for their unbeliefs sake

THE FIRST EPISTLE OF ST. JOHN Chpt 2

  See that ye love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the father is not in him. For all that is in the world (as the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of goods) is not of the father, but of the world. And the world vanisheth away and the lust there of: but he that fulfilleth the will of God, abideth ever.

 

THE BOOK OF THE PREACHER Chpt 2

 Then said I thus in mine heart: Now go to, I will take mine ease and have good days. But lo, that was vanity also: in so much as I said unto laughter: thou art mad, and to *mirth: What doest thou?
      So I thought in my heart, *to withdraw myself from wine, to apply my mind unto wisdom, and to comprehend foolishness until the time that among all things which are under the Sun, I might see what were best for men do, so long as they live under heaven.
      I made gorgeous fair works. I builded me houses, and planted vineyards. I made me orchards and gardens of pleasure, and planted trees in them of all manner fruits. I made pools of water, to water the green and fruitful trees withal. I bought servants and maidens, and had a great household. As for cattle and sheep, I had more substance of them, then all they that were before me in Jerusalem. I gathered silver and gold together, even a treasure of kings and lands.
      I provided me singers and women which could play of instruments, to make man mirth and pastime. I got me drinking cups also and glasses. Shortly, I was greater and in more worship, than all my predecessors in Jerusalem. For wisdom remained with me: And look whatsoever mine eyes desired, I let them have it: and wherein so ever my heart delighted, or had any pleasure, I withheld it not from it. Thus my heart rejoiced in all that I did, and this I took of all my travail. But when I considered all the works that my hands had wrought, and all the labors that I had taken therin: Lo, all was vanity and vexation of mind, and nothing of any value under the Sun. Then turned I me to consider wisdom, error and foolishness, for what is he among men, that might be compared to me the king in such work? And I saw that wisdom excelleth foolishness, as far as light doeth darkness. For a wise man beareth his eyes about in his head, but the fool goeth in the darkness. I perceived also that they both had one end. Then thought I in my mind: If it happeneth unto the fool as it doeth unto me, what needeth me then to labor any more for wisdom? So I confessed within my heart, that this also was but vanity. For the wise are ever as little in remembrance as the foolish, and all the days for to come shall be forgotten, Yee the wise man dieth as well as the fool. Thus began I to be weary of my life, in so much that I could away with nothing that is done under the Sun, for all was vanity and vexation of mind: Yee I was weary of all my labor, which I had taken under the Sun, because I should be *faine to leave them unto another man, that cometh after me for who knoweth, whether he shall be a wise man or a fool? And yet shall he be lord of all my labors, which I with such wisdom have taken under the Sun. Is this not a vain thing?
      So I turned me to refrain from all such travail, as I took under the Sun: For so much as a man should weary himself with wisdom, with understanding and opportunity, and yet be fain to leave his labors unto another, that never sweat for them. This is also a vain thing and a great misery. For what getteth a man of all that labor and travail of his mind, that he taketh under the Sun, but heaviness, sorrow and disquietness all the days of his life? In so much that his heart can not rest in the night. Is this not also a vain thing? Is it not better then for a man to eat and drink, and his soul to be merry in his labor? Yee I saw that this also was a gift of God: For who may eat, drink, or bring anything to pass without him? And why? He giveth unto man, what it pleaseth him: whether it be wisdom, understanding, or gladness. But unto the sinner he giveth weariness and sorrow, that he may gather and heap together the thing, that afterward shall be given unto him whom it pleaseth God. This is now a vain thing, yee a very disquietness and vexation of mind

*mirth from the Hebrew is joy, gladness, rejoice
*to withdraw myself from wine; * (kjv and other bibles of man =to give myself unto wine )
*faine (obliged/ willing happy)

FOURTH BOOK OF MOSES Chpt 5

And the Lord spake unto Moses saying: Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them. If any mans wife go aside and trespass against him, so that another man lie with her fleshly and the thing be hid from the eyes of her husband and is not come to light that she is defiled (for there is no witness against her) in as much as she was not taken with the manner, and the spirit of jealousy cometh upon him and he is jealous over his wife and she defiled, or happily the spirit of jealousy cometh upon him, and he is jealous over his wife and she yet undefiled. Then let her husband bring her unto the priest and bring an offering for her: the tenth part of an Epha of barley meal, but shall pour none oil thereunto, nor put frankincense theron: for it is an offering of jealousy, and an offering that maketh remembrance of sin.
      And let the priest bring her and set her before the Lord, and let him take holy water in an earthen vessel and of the dust that is in the floor of the habitation, and put it into the water. And the priest shall set the wife before the Lord and uncover her head, and put the memorial of the offering in her hands which is the jealousy offering, and the priest shall have bitter and cursing water in his hand, and he shall conjure her and shall say unto her: If no man have lien with thee neither hast gone aside, and defiled thyself behind thy husband, then have thou no harm of this bitter cursing water.
      But and if thou hast gone aside behind thine husband and art defiled and some other man hath lien with thee beside thine husband (and let the priest conjure her with the conjuration of the curse and say unto her) the Lord make thee a curse and a conjuration among thy people: so that the Lord make thy thigh rot, and thy belly swell and this bitter cursing water go into the bowels of thee, that thy belly swell and thy thigh rot, and the wife shall say :Amen Amen.
      And the priest shall write this curse in a bill and wash it out in the bitter water. And when the cursing water is in her that it is bitter, then let the priest take the jealousy offering out of the wifes hand, and wave it before the Lord, and bring it unto the altar: and he shall take an handful of the memorial offering and burn it upon the altar, and then make her drink the water and when he hath made her drink the water. If she be defiled and have trespassed against her husband, then shall the cursing water go into her and be so bitter, that her belly shall swell and her thigh shall rot, and she shall be a curse among her people. And if she be not defiled but is clean, then she shall have no harm, but that she may conceive.
      This is the law of jealousy, when a wife goeth aside behind her husband and is defiled, or when the spirit of jealousy cometh upon a man, so that he is jealous over his wife: then he shall bring her before the Lord, and the priest shall minister all this law unto her, and the man shall be guiltless, and the wife shall bear her sin.

THE PSALMS Chpt 73 

O' How loving is God unto Israel, to such as are of a clean heart?
      Nevertheless my feet were almost gone, my treadings had well nigh slipped.
      And why? I was grieved at the wicked, to see the ungodly in such prosperity.
      For they are in no peril of death, but stand fast like a palace.
      They come in no misfortune like other folk, neither are they plagued like other men. And this is the cause that they be so puffed up in pride, and overwhelmed with cruelty and unrighteousness. Their eyes swell for fatness, they do even what they list.
      Corrupt are they, and speak blasphemies maliciously, proud and presumptuous are their words. They stretch forth their mouth unto the heaven, and their tongue goeth through the world.
      Therefore fall the people unto them, and there out suck they no small advantage.
      Tush ( they say ) How should God perceive it? is there knowledge in the most highest? Lo, these are the ungodly, these prosper in the world, these have riches in possession.
      Should I then cleanse my heart in vain, ( thought I ) and *wash my hands in innocency?
      Wherefore should I be then punished daily, and be chastened every morning?
      Yee I had almost said even as they do: but lo, then should I have condemned the generation of thy children.
      Then I thought I to understand this, but it was too hard for me.
      Until I went into the Sanctuary of God, and considered the end of these men.
      Namely how thou hast set them in a slippery place, that thou mayest cast them down *headlyings and to destroy them.
      O how suddenly do they consume, perish and come to an end.
      Yee even like as a dream when one awaketh, so makest thou their *image to vanish out of the city.
      Thus my heart was grieved, and it even went through my reins.
      So foolish was I and ignorant, and as it were a beast before thee.      
      Nevertheless I am always by thee, thou hast holdest me by my right hand.
      Thou leadest me with thy counsel, and afterward receivest me unto glory.
      O what is there prepared for me in heaven? there is no thing upon earth, that I desire in comparison of thee. My flesh and my heart faileth, but God is the strength of my heart, and my portion for ever.
      For lo, they that forsake thee shall perish: thou destroyest all them that *commit fornication against thee.
      But it is good for me, to hold fast by God, and to speak of all thy works

To wash his hands in innocency isto show his life to be pure and without       reproof, as said in Psalms 26 MN. Is this headlines or head lyings? RN
*image to vanish out of the city. * that is their esteem or glory. MN
*They commit fornication against him, that put their trust in any other than him alone. MN

THE FIRST TO THE CORINTHIANS Chpt 4

Let men this wise esteem us, even as the ministers of Christ, and disposers of the secrets of God. Furthermore it is required of the disposers that they be found faithful. With me is it but a very small thing, that I should be judged of you, either of (mans day). No, I judge not mine own self. I know *nought by myself: yet am I not thereby justified. It is the Lord that judgeth me. Therefore judge nothing before the time until the Lord come, which will lighten things that are hid in darkness and open the counsels of the hearts. And then shall every man have praise of God.
      These things brethren I have described in mine own person and Apollos, for your sakes, that ye might learn by us, that no man count of him self beyond that which is above written: that one swell not against another for any mans cause. For who preferreth thee? What hast thou, that thou hast not received? If thou have received it, why rejoicest thou as though thou haddest not received it? Now ye are full: now ye are made rich: ye reign as kings without us: and I would to God ye did reign, that we might reign with you.
      Me thinketh that God hath set forth us which are Apostles, for the lowest of all, as it were men appointed to death. For we are a gazing stock unto the world, and to the angels, and to men. We are fools for Christs sake and ye are wise through Christ. We are weak, and ye are strong. Ye are honorable, and we are despised. Even unto this day we hunger and thirst, and are naked, and are buffeted with fists, and have no certain dwelling place, and labour working with our own hands. We are reviled, and yet we bless. We are persecuted, and suffer it. We are evil spoken of, and we pray. We are made as it were the filthiness of the world, the off scouring of all things, even unto this time.
      I write not these things to shame you: but as my beloved sons I warn you. For though ye have ten thousand instructors in Christ: yet have ye not many fathers. In Christ Jesu, I have begotten you through the Gospell. Wherefore I desire you to follow me. For this cause have I sent unto you Timotheus, which is my dear son and faithful in the Lord, which shall put you in remembrance of my ways which I have in Christ, even as I teach everywhere in all congregations. Some swell as though I would come no more at you. But I will come to you shortly, if God will: and will know, not the words of them which swell, but the power: for the Kingdom of God is not in words, but in power. What will ye? Shall I come unto you with a rod, or else in love and in the spirit of meekness?

*nought (nothing)

THE FIRST TO THE CORINTHIANS Chpt 8

 To speak of things dedicate unto idols, we are sure that we all have knowledge. Knowledge maketh a man swell: but love edifieth. If any man think that he knoweth any thing, he knoweth nothing yet as he ought to know. But if any man love God, the same is known of him.

THE FIRST TO THE CORINTHIANS Chpt 13

 Though I spake with the tongues of men and angels, and yet had no love, I were even as sounding brass: or as a tinkling cymbal. And though I could prophesy, and understood all secrets, and all knowledge: yee, if I had all faith so that I could move mountains out of their places, and yet had no love, I were nothing. And though I bestowed all my goods to feed the poor, and though I gave my body even that I burned, and yet had no love, it profiteth me nothing.
      Love suffereth long and is courteous. Love envieth not. Love doth not *frowardly, swelleth not, dealeth not dishonestly, seeketh not her own, is not provoked to anger, thinketh not evil, rejoiceth not in iniquity: but rejoiceth in the truth, suffereth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth in all things. Though that prophesying fail, or tongues shall cease, or knowledge vanish away, yet love falleth never away.
      For our knowledge is imperfect, and our prophesying is imperfect. But when that which is perfect is come, then that which is imperfect shall be done away. When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I imagined as a child. But as soon as I was a man, I put away childishness. Now we see in a glass, even in a dark speaking: but then shall we see face to face. Now I know imperfectly: but then shall I know even as I am known. Now abideth faith, hope, and love, even these three: but the chief of these is love

*frowardly: stubbornly headstrong, contrary to love and truth

THE REVELATION OF ST JOHN Chpt 12

  And I heard a loud voice saying: in heaven is now made salvation and strength and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ. For he is cast down which accused them before God day and night. And they overcame him by the blood of the lamb, and by the word of their testimony, and they loved not their lives unto the death. Therefore rejoice heavens, and ye that dwell in them. Woe to the inhabiters of the earth, and of the sea: for the devil is come down unto you which hath great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.
      And when the dragon saw, that he was cast unto the earth, he persecuted the woman, which brought forth the man child. And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness, into her place, where she is nourished for a time, times, and half a time, from the presence of the serpent. And the dragon cast out of his mouth water after the woman as it had been a river, because she should have been caught of the flood. And the earth helped the woman, and the earth opened her mouth and swallowed, up the river, which the dragon cast out of his mouth. And the dragon was wroth with the woman: and went and made war with the remnant of her seed, which keep the commandments of God, and have the testimony of Jesus Christ. And I stood on the sea *stonde

     *stonde: two possible words come from the Middle English: stound: meaning "a short time" and stonen: meaning "stunned". stunned because of the vision


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