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trusting in technology...

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 show a mass of peoples ...

     and they were crowded into a place ...

     even packed in ...in rows upon rows ...side to side and front to back ...

     and i looked again and the thing was like a giant airliner ...

     and it was flying way ...a way ...way above the earth ...

     and there rose up troubles in the midst of the masses ...

     and the plane became unsteady ...

     and the people were stirred up of the troubles...

     and of the unsteadiness of the craft ...

     and they came to the conclusion to ...go see the captain of the plane ...

     and they went to the place where they thought the captain would be ...

     evenso there was no captain of the plane ...

     neither was there any pilot of the craft ...

     and there arose a fear of what to do ...

     and many women gathered together to discuss what should be done ...

     and men ran around looking for answers ...

     and they looked out the windows of the plane ...

     and they were over a city of millions and millions ...

     and the city scurried and crawled with people ...

     and electricity and fuel and cunning devices kept the city ...

     and they flew over a wasted earth ...devoid of any life or living ...

     and they flew over the high places of the world ...

     and mountains so high ...only a few could ever go there ...

     and the people below scurried and crawled and climbed to be one above another ...

     and the plane began to shudder and shake ...

     and faultier the more ...

     and there was a panic to find someone to fly the plane ...

     and no pilot could be found ...

     Yet one that had flown in simulators ...did the people find ... 

     and so the remote control pilot tried to fly the plane ...

     and he struggled to overcome the computers ...

     and the computers corrected the corrections ...

     and the computer defaulted the faults ....

     evenso there was a fear of the sure thing ...

     and that they plane would have to come down ...at some time ...

     and that from the high place...and places...it had taken the masses of peoples.     

     and of the many ...none worried ...for they trusted in the technology ...

     and in the cunning devises and inventions of man ...

     even in those things ...things of the imaginations of any and all ...

     

and cars that drive themselves came back to remembrance ...

and people going places they should not ....alone ...

Yet they think a cell phone will save them ...

and others that take directions of which way ...which way to to go ...

and end up ...in places they should not ...

even to the end ...

 

and scripture came back to remembrance ...

 

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)

THE SECOND TO THE CORINTHIANS Chpt 1

   Brethren I would not have you ignorant of our trouble, which happened unto us in Asia. For we were grieved out of measure passing strength, so greatly that we despaired even of life. Also we received an answer of death in ourselves, and that because we should not put our trust in ourselves: but in God, which raiseth the dead to life again, and which delivered us from so great a death, and doth deliver. On whom we trust, that yet hereafter he will deliver, by the help of your prayer for us, that by the means of many occasions, thanks may be given of many on our behalf, for the grace given unto us.

THE SECOND OF THE MACHABEES Chpt 8

 When Judas knew of this, he told the Jews that were with him of Nicanors coming. Now were there some of them fearful, not trusting unto the righteousness of God and fled their way. But the other remained, came together and besought the Lord, to deliver them from that wicked Nicanor, which had sold or ever he came nye them: and thought he would not do it for their sakes, yet for the covenant that he made with their fathers, and because they called upon his holy and glorious name. And so Machabeus called his men together, namely about six thousand, exhorting them not to agree unto their enemies neither to be afraid for the multitude of their adversaries coming against them unrighteously: but to fight manfully, considering the reproof that they had done to the holy place without cause, how they had despised and oppressed the city, yee and destroyed the laws of the fathers. For they ( said he ) trust in their weapons and boldness, but our confidence is in the almighty Lord, which in a twinkling of an eye may both destroy them that come against us, and all the world.
      He exhorted them also to call to remembrance the help, that God showed unto their fathers: as when there perished an hundred and eighty five thousand of Sennacheribs people: and of the battle that they had in Babylon against the Galatians: how that all the Macedonians that came to help them, stood in fear: and how they being but only six thousand, slew an hundred and twenty thousand through the help that was given them from heaven, whereby they also had received many benefits.
      Through these words the men took good hearts unto them, ready to die for the law and the country. So he set upon every company a captain, one of his own brethren: Simon, Joseph and Jonathas: giving each one fifteen hundred men. He caused *Esdras also to read the holy book unto them, and to give them a token of the help of God.

JUDITH or JEHUDITH Chpt 9

    Now when they were gone their way, Judith went into her *oratory, put on an hairy smock, strewed ashes upon her head, fell down before the Lord, and cried unto him, saying O' Lord God of my father Simeon, which gavest him a sword for a defense against the enemies, that used violence and willfulness and that ravished the virgin and put her to dishonesty. Thou that gavest their wives into prey, and their daughters into captivity, and all their prey for a spoil unto thy servants, which bare a zeal unto thee, help me widow, O' Lord my God, I beseech thee For thou hast done all things from the beginning, and look what thou hast taken in hand and devised, it came ever to pass. For all thy ways are prepared, and thy judgements are done in thy everlasting for knowledge. O' look now upon the armies of the Assyrians, like as it was thy pleasure sometime to look upon the host of the Egyptians, when they being weaponed, persecuted thy servants, and put their trust in their chariots, horsemen, and in the multitude of their men of war. But thou lookest upon their host casting a thick darkness before them: and when they came into the deep, the waters overwhelmed them.
      Even so Lord let it go with these, that trust in the power and multitude of their men of war, in their chariots, arrows and spears, and know not, that thou only art our God, which destroyest wars from the beginning, and that thou art the Lord. O' lift up thine arm now like as ever from the beginning, and in thy power bring their power to naught, cause their might to fall in thy wrath. They make their boast, that they will unhallow and defile thy Sanctuary, and to waste the tabernacle of thy name and to cast down the horn of thine altar with their sword. Bring to pass ( O' Lord) that the pride of the enemy may be cut down with his own sword that he may be taken with the snare of his eyes in me and that thou mayest smite him with the lips of my love. O' give me a steadfast mind, that I may despise him and his strength, and that I may destroy him.

 JEREMIE or JEREMIAH Chpt 13

Then said the Lord unto me: Thus saith the Lord: Even so will I corrupt the pride of Judah, and the high mind of Jerusalem. This people is a wicked people, they will not hear my word, they follow the wicked imaginations of their own heart, and hang upon strange Gods, them have they served and worshiped: and therefore they shall be as this breech, that serveth for nothing. For as straightly as a breech lieth upon a mans loins, so straightly did I bind the whole house of Israel, and the whole house of Juda unto me, sayeth the Lord: that they might be my people: that they might have a glorious name: that they might be in honor: but they would not obey me. Therefore lay this riddle before them, and say: Thus saith the Lord God of Israel: Every pot shall be filled with wine. And they shall say: thinkest thou we know not, that every pot shall be filled with wine? Then shalt thou say unto them: Thus saith the Lord: Behold, I shall fill all the inhabitors of this land with drunkenness, the Kings that sit upon Davids stool, the Priests and Prophets, with all that dwell at Jerusalem. And I will *shute them one against another, yee the fathers against the sons, sayeth the Lord.
      I will not pardon them, I will not spare them, ner have pity upon them: but destroy them. Be obedient, give ear, take no destain at it, for it is the Lord himself that speaketh. Honor the Lord your God herein, or he take his light from you, and or ever your feet stumble in darkness at the hill: lest when ye look for the light, he turn it into the shadow and darkness of death. But if ye will not hear me, that give you secret warning, I will mourn from my whole heart for your stubbornness. Piteously will I weep, and the tears shall gush out of mine eyes. For the Lords flock shall be carried away captive. Tell the king and the rulers: Humble yourselves, set you down low, for the crown of your glory shall fall from your head. The cities toward the south shall be shut up, and no man shall open them. All Juda shall be carried away captive, so that none shall remain.
      Lift up your eyes, and behold them, that come from the North: Like a fat flock shall they fall upon thee. To whom will thou make thy moan, when they come upon thee, for thou hast taught them thyself, and made them masters over thee. Shall not sorrow come upon thee, as on a woman travailing with child? And if thou wouldest say then in thine heart: Wherefore come these things upon me? Even for the multitude of thy blasphemes, shall thy hinder parts and thy feet be discovered. For like as the man of Inde may change his skin, and the cat of the mountains her spots: so may ye that be exercised in evil, do good. Therefore will I scatter you, like as the stubble that is taken away with the south wind. This shall be your portion, and the portion of your measure, where with ye shall be rewarded of me, saith the Lord: because ye have forgotten me, and put your trust in deceitful things. Therefore shall I turn thy clothes over thy head, and discover thy thighs, that thy privates may be seen, thy *advoutry, thy deadly malice, thy beastliness, and thy shameful whoredom. For upon the fields and hills I have seen thy abominations. Wo be unto thee ( O Jerusalem ) when wilt thou ever be cleansed any more?

*shute: shut; as shut out, or shoot at, as in darts of the accuser.
*advoutry: prefix "a" meaning not or without, devout: devotion; plain hearted to God, being devoted to something or some one else. see James 2 for adultery

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

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