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worldly view caught in the eye

causes blindness...

And the measures and matters of Dreams and visions shown ...for all ...or any whatsoever is Given is a blessing for the children of God.

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     and i was taken and shown as though from within... looking upon the world of the worldly...

     and looking for answers and ways of the world and through the world ...

     and the world of the worldly was to look upon as a deep valley and full of darkness ...

     and there were tangles and twisted thorns and briars and weeds ...

     and flies and blood sucking gnats swarmed the lower parts ...

     and cockatrice ...spiders ...wove webs to catch any unawares ...

     and i was shown a man ...who though above it all ...looked upon it ...

     and he though within himself ...that he would understand ...if looked upon it...to see ...

     NOW as he looked upon it ...the flies and gnats flew in his eyes ...

     and went after the water ...the water ...that was in his eyes ...

     and if the flies and gnats were able to get to the water ...water in his eye ...then the man could be over come ...

     and that for once the flies and gnats ...covered his eyes ...then the cockatrice came ...and blinded him ...

     and i watched and looked ...and was astounded ...

     and that for the man ...though blinded of the world of the worldly ...could still see ...

     Yet he could only see the things ...THINGS of the world ...

      and only see ...the way ...the world would have him see ...

     and the seeing changed ...

     and the scene ...of the seeing changed ...

     and all that could be seen ...was the lust of the flesh ...

     and that though it was never satisfied ...

     even from the lust of the eye ...lust of the flesh ...

     and the pride of goods ...

 

and scripture came back to remembrance ...

 Jesus said: I am come unto judgement into this world: that they which see not, might see, and they which see, might be made blind. 

THE GOSPELL OF ST. LUKE Chpt 8

 And it fortuned after that, that he himself went throughout cities and towns, preaching, and showing the kingdom of God, and the twelve with him. And also certain women, which were healed of evil spirits, and infirmities: Mary called Magdalen, out of whom went seven devils, and Joanna the wife of Chuza Herods steward, and Susanna and many other: which ministered unto them of their substance. When much people were gathered together, and were come to him out of all cities, he spake by a similitude. A sower went out to sow his seed: and as he sowed, some fell by the way side, and it was trodden under feet, and the fowls of the air devoured it up. And some fell on stone, and as soon as it was sprung up, it withered away, because it lacked moistness. And some fell among thorns, and the thorns sprang up with it, and choked it. And some fell on good ground and sprang up, and bare fruit, an hundred fold. And as he said these things, he cried: He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.
      And his disciples asked him saying: what manner similitude is this? And he said: unto you is it given to know the secrets of the kingdom of God: but to other in similitudes, that when they see, they should not see, and when they hear they should not understand.
      The similitude is this.
The seed is the word of God. Those that are beside the way, are they that hear, and afterward cometh the devil and taketh away the word out of their hearts lest they should believe and be saved. They on the stones, are they which when they hear, receive the word with joy. But these have no roots, which for a while believe, and in time of temptation go away. And that which fell among thorns, are they which hear, and go forth, and are choked with cares and with riches, and voluptuous living, and bring forth no fruit. That in the good ground, are they which with a good and pure heart, hear the word and keep it and bring forth fruit with patience.
      No man lighteth a candle, and covereth it under a vessel, neither putteth it under the table, but setteth it on a candlestick, that they that enter in, may see the light. Nothing is in secret that shall not come abroad: Neither any thing hid, that shall not be known, and come to light. Take heed therefore how ye hear. For whosoever hath, to him shall be given: And whosoever hath not, from him shall be taken, even that same which he supposeth that he hath.
      Then came to him his mother and his brethren, and could not come at him for press. And they told him saying: Thy mother and thy brethren stand without, and would see thee. He answered and said unto them: my mother and my brethren are these which hear the word of God and do it.

THE BOOK OF WISDOM Chpt 3

Who so despiseth wisdom and nurture, he is unhappy, and as for the hope of such, it is but vain, their labors unfruitful, and their works unprofitable. Their wives are *indiscreet, and their children most ungodly. Their creature is cursed. Blessed is rather, the barren and undefiled, which hath not known the sinful bed: she shall have fruit in the reward of the holy souls. And blessed is the gelded, which with his hands hath wrought no unrighteousness, nor imagined wicked things against God. For unto him shall be given the special gift of faith, and the most acceptable portion in the temple of God. For glorious is the fruit of good labor, and the root of wisdom shall never fade away. As for the children of *advouters, they shall come to an end, and the seed of an unrighteous bed shall be rooted out. And though they live long, yet shall they be nothing regarded, and their last age shall be without honor. If they die hastily, they have no hope, neither shall they be spoken to in the day of knowledge. For horrible is the death and end of the unrighteous

 *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

THE GOSPELL OF ST. JOHN Chpt 9

  And as Jesus passed by, he saw a man which was blind from his birth. And his disciples asked him saying. Master, who did sin: this man or his father and mother, that he was born blind? Jesus answered: Neither hath this man sinned, nor yet his father and mother: but that the works of God should be showed on him. I must work the works of him that sent me, while it is day. The night cometh when no man can work. As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world.
      As soon as he had thus spoken, he spat on the ground and made clay of the spittle, and rubbed the clay on the eyes of the blind, and said unto him: Go wash thee in the pool of Siloe, which by interpretation, signifieth sent. He went his way and washed, and came again seeing. The neighbours and they that had seen him before how that he was a beggar, said: is not this he that sat and begged? Some said: this is he. Other said: he is like him.
      But he himself said: I am even he. They said unto him: How are thine eyes opened then? He answered and said. The man that is called Jesus, made clay, and anointed mine eyes, and said unto me. Go to the pool Siloe and wash. I went and washed and received my sight. They said unto him: where is he? He said: I cannot tell.
      Then brought they to the Pharisees, him that a little before was blind: for it was the Saboth day when Jesus made the clay and opened his eyes. Then again the Pharisees also asked him how he had received his sight. He said unto them: He put clay upon mine eyes and I washed, and do see. Then said some of the Pharisees: this man is not of God, because he keepeth not the Saboth day. Other said: how can a man that is a sinner, do such miracles? And there was strife among them. Then spake they unto the blind again: What sayest thou of him, because he hath opened thine eyes? And he said: He is a Prophet.
      But the Jewes did not believe of the fellow, how that he was blind and received his sight, until they had called the father and mother of him that had received his sight. And they asked them saying: Is this your son, whom ye say was born blind? How doth he now see then? His father and mother answered them and said, we *wot well that this is our son, and that he was born blind: but by what means he now seeth that can we not tell, or who hath opened his eyes, can we not tell. He is old enough, ask him, let him answer for himself. Such words spake his father and mother, because they feared the Jewes. For the Jewes had conspired already that if any man did confess that he was Christ, he should be excommunicate out of the synagogue. Therefore said his father and mother: he is old enough, ask him.
      Then again called they the man that was blind, and said unto him: Give God the praise: we know that this man is a sinner. He answered and said: Whether he be a sinner or no, I cannot tell: One thing I am sure of, that I was blind, and now I see. Then said they to him again. What did he to thee? How opened he thine eyes? He answered them, I told you *yer while, and ye did not hear. Wherefore would ye hear it again? Will ye also be his disciples? Then rated they him, and said: Thou art his disciple. We be Mosess disciples. We are sure that God spake with Moses. This fellow we know not from whence he is.
      The man answered and said unto them: this is a marvelous thing that ye *wot not whence he is, seeing he hath opened mine eyes. For we be sure that God heareth not sinners. But if any man be a worshipper of God and do his will, him heareth he. Since the world began was it not heard that any man opened the eyes of one that was born blind. If this man were not of God, he could have done nothing. They answered and said unto him: thou art altogether born in sin, and dost thou teach us? And they cast him out.
      Jesus heard that they had excommunicated him: and as soon as he had found him, he said unto him: dost thou believe on the son of God? He answered and said: Who is it Lord, that I might believe on him? And Jesus said unto him: Thou hast seen him, and he it is that talketh with thee. And he said: Lord I believe: and worshipped him. Jesus said: I am come unto judgement into this world: that they which see not, might see, and they which see, might be made blind. And some of the Pharisees which were with him, heard these words and said unto him: are we then blind? Jesus said unto them: if ye were blind, ye should have no sin. But now ye say, we see, therefore your sin remaineth

*wot (know) *yer (before)

 

THE GOSPELL OF ST. JOHN Chpt 10

I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep. An hired servant, which is not the shepherd, neither the sheep are his own, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and flyeth, and the wolf catcheth them, and scattereth the sheep. The hired servant flyeth, because he is an hired servant, and careth not for the sheep. I am that good shepherd, and know mine, and am known of mine. As my father knoweth me: even so know I my father. And I give my life for the sheep: and other sheep I have, which are not of this fold. Them also must I bring, that they may hear my voice, and that there may be one flock and one shepherd.
      Therefore doth my father love me, because I put my life from me, that I might take it again. No man taketh it from me: but I put it away of myself. I have power to put it from me, and have power to take it again: This commandment have I received of my father. And there was a dissension again among the Jewes for these sayings, and many of them said. He hath the devil, and is mad: why hear ye him? Other said, these are not the words of him that hath the devil. Can the devil open the eyes of the blind?

THE GOSPELL OF ST. JOHN Chpt 11

 A certain man was sick, named Lazarus of Bethania the town of Mary and her sister Martha. It was that Mary which anointed Jesus with ointment, and wiped his feet with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was sick, and his sisters sent unto him saying. Lord behold he whom thou lovest, is sick. When Jesus heard that, he said: this infirmity is not unto death, but for the laud of God, that the son of God might be praised by the reason of it. Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. After he heard that he was sick, then abode he two days still in the same place where he was.
      Then after that, said he to his disciples: let us go into Jewry again. His disciples said unto him: Master, the Jewes lately sought means to stone thee, and wilt thou go thither again? Jesus answered, are there not twelve hours in the day? If a man walk in the day, he stumbleth not, because he seeth the light of this world. But if a man walk in the night, he stumbleth, because there is no light in him. This said he, and after that, he said unto them: our friend Lazarus sleepeth, but I go to wake him out of sleep. Then said his disciples: Lord if he sleep, he shall do well enough. How be it Jesus spake of his death: but they thought that he had spoken of the natural sleep. Then said Jesus unto them plainly, Lazarus is dead, and I am glad for your sakes, that I was not there, because ye may believe. Nevertheless let us go unto him. Then said Thomas which is called Didymus, unto the disciples: let us also go, that we may die with him. Then went Jesus, and found that he had lain in his grave four days already. Bethanie was nigh unto Jerusalem, about fifteen furlongs off, and many of the Jewes were come to Martha and Mary to comfort them over their brother. Martha as soon as she heard that Jesus was coming, went and met him: but Mary sat still in the house.
      Then said Martha unto Jesus: Lord if thou hadst been here, my brother had not been dead: but nevertheless, I know that whatsoever thou askest of God, God will give it thee. Jesus said unto her: Thy brother shall rise again. Martha said unto him: I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection at the last day. Jesus said unto her: I am the resurrection and the life: He that believeth on me, yea though he were dead, yet shall he live. And whosoever liveth and believeth on me, shall never die. Believest thou this? She said unto him: yes Lord, I believe that thou art Christ the son of God which should come into the world. And as soon as she had so said, she went her way and called Mary her sister secretly saying: The master is come and calleth for thee. And she as soon as she heard that, arose quickly, and came unto him. Jesus was not yet come into the town: but was in the place where Martha met him. The Jewes then which were with her in the house and comforted her, when they saw Mary that she rose up hastily, and went out, followed her, saying: She goeth unto the grave, to weep there.
      Then when Mary was come where Jesus was and saw him, she fell down at his feet, saying unto him: Lord if thou hadst been here, my brother had not been dead. When Jesus saw her weep, and the Jewes also weep, which came with her, he groaned in the spirit, and was troubled in himself and said: Where have ye laid him? They said unto him: Lord come and see. And Jesus wept. Then said the Jewes: Behold how he loved him. And some of them said: could not he which opened the eyes of the blind, have made also, that this man should not have died? Jesus again groaned in himself, and came to the grave. It was a cave, and a stone laid on it.
      And Jesus said: take ye away the stone. Martha the sister of him that was dead, said unto him: Lord by this time he stinketh. For he hath been dead four days: Jesus said unto her: Said I not unto thee, that if thou didst believe, thou shouldest see the glory of God. Then they took away the stone from the place where the dead was laid. And Jesus lift up his eyes and said: Father I thank thee because that thou hast heard me. I *wot that thou hearest me always: but because of the people that stand by I said it that they may believe, that thou hast sent me.
      And when he thus had spoken, he cried with a loud voice, Lazarus come forth. And he that was dead, came forth, bound hand and foot with grave bonds, and his face was bound with a napkin. Jesus said unto them: loose him, and let him go. Then many of the Jewes which came to Mary, and had seen the things which Jesus did, believed on him. But some of them went their ways to the Pharisees, and told them what Jesus had done.
      Then gathered the high Priests and the Pharisees a council, and said: what do we? This man doeth many miracles. If we let him scape thus, all men will believe on him, and the Romans shall come and take away our country and the people. And one of them named Caiphas which was the high priest that same year, said unto them: Ye perceive nothing at all nor yet consider that it is expedient for us, that one man die for the people, and not that all the people perish. This spake he not of himself, but being high Priest that same year, he prophesied that Jesus should die for the people, and not for the people only, but that he should gather together in one the children of God which were scattered abroad. From that day forth they held a counsel together, for to put him to death.
      Jesus therefore walked no more openly among the Jewes: but went his way thence unto a country nigh to a wilderness, into a city called Ephraim, and there haunted with his disciples. And the Jewes *ester was nigh at hand and many went out of the country up to Jerusalem before the *ester, to purify themselves. Then sought they for Jesus, and spake between themselves as they stood in the temple: What think ye, seeing he cometh not to the feast? The high Priests and Pharisees had given a commandment, that if any man knew where he were, he should show it, that they might take him

*wot (know) *ester: exact spelling, maybe the feast of sweet bread

 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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