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worms...

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 as it is the sewers of man ...

     and they were just beneath the toilets of man ... 

     and above in high places ...the toilets of man were high and gilded and marbled and garnished ...

     and proud asses sat over places of riches and squalor...

     and i was taken and shown worms ...as come from the flesh of man ...

     and there were worms ...plain and clear to see ...see through ...

     even like invisible...

     and the worms grew as soon as they came into the world ...

     and the worms went from flesh to flesh ...

     and was like no one could see them ...

     and no one wanted to see them ...

     and the worms slithered and crawled exceedingly fast from one flesh to the other ...

     and they filled the institutions of man ...

     and slithered along marble hallways ...

     and crept into the high ceilings ...

     and a young man came hollering and said ...oh shit ...what are these ...

     and it was shown him these are what comes of the flesh ...

      and of the dung of man ...and his thinking and imaginations ...

     and from the overlooking...passing by ...not caring ...of those things that are unworthy before God and Jesus.

     even everything or anything against the truth and Love of God.

     and is why the worms are as though see through... invisible ...for the NOT looking upon them ...not wanting to see ...

     

     and scripture came back to remembrance ...

     

JOB Chpt 21

Job answered, and said: O' hear my words, and amend yourselves. Suffer me a little, that I may speak also, and then laugh my words to scorn, if you will. Is it with a man, that I make this disputation? Which if it were so, should not my spirit be in sore trouble? Mark me well, be abashed, and lay your hand upon your mouth. For when I ponder and consider this, I am afraid, and my flesh is smitten with fear. Wherefore do wicked men live in health and prosper, come to their old age, and increase in riches? Their childrens children live in their sight, and their generation before their eyes. Their houses are safe from all fear, for the rod of God does not smite them. Their bullock gendereth, and that not out of time: their cow calveth, and is not unfruitful.
      They send forth their children by flocks, and their sons lead the dance. They bare with them taberetts and harps, and have instruments of music at their pleasure. They spend their days in wealthiness: but suddenly they go down to hell. They say unto God: go from us, we desire not the knowledge of thy ways. What manner of fellow is the Almighty, that we should serve him? What profit should we have, to submit our selves unto him? Lo, there is utterly no goodness in them, therefore will not I have to do with the counsel of the ungodly. How often shall the candle of the wicked put out? How often cometh their destruction upon them? Oh what sorrow shall God give them for their part in his wrath. Yee they shall be even as chaff before the wind, and as dust that the storm carrieth away.
      And though God save their children from such sorrow, yet will he so reward themselves, that they shall know it. Their own destruction and misery shall they see with their own eyes, and drink of the fearful wrath of the Almighty. For what careth he, what be come of his household after his death? Whose months pass away swifter than an arrow. In as much then as God hath the highest power of all, who can teach him any knowledge? One dieth now when he is mighty and at his best, rich, and in prosperity: even when his bowels are at the fattest, and his bones full of merry. An other dieth in sorrow and heaviness, and never had good days. Now sleep they both alike in the earth, and the worms cover them. But I know what ye think, yee and what yee imagine against me unrighteously. For ye say: Where is the Princes palace? where is the dwelling of the ungodly: Ask any man that goeth by the way, and ( if ye will not regard their tokens and deeds) he shall tell you, that the wicked is kept unto the day of destruction, and that the ungodly shall be brought forth in the day of wrath. Who dare reprove him for his ways to his face? Who rewardeth him for the ungraciousness that he doth? Yet shall he be brought to his grave, and watch among the heap of the dead. Then shall he be *faine to be buried among the stones by the brook side. All men must follow him, and there are innumerable gone before him. O how vain is the comfort that ye give me? Are not your answers clean contrary to right and truth?

     ESAI or ISAIAH Chpt 14

 But the lord will be merciful unto Jacob, and take up Israel again, and set them in their own land. Strangers shall cleave unto them, and get them to the house of Jacob. They shall take the people, and carry them home with them. And the house of Israel shall have them in possession for servants and maidens in the land of the Lord. They shall take those prisoners, whose captives they had been afore: and rule those that had oppressed them. When the Lord shall bring thee to rest, from the travail, fear, and hard bondage that thou wast ladened with all: Then thou shalt use this mocking upon the King of Babylon, and say: How happeneth that the oppressor leaveth off? Is the golden tribute come to an end? Doubtless the Lord hath broken the staff of the ungodly, and the scepter of the lordly. Which when he is wroth smiteth the people with durable strokes, and in his wonders he persecuteth them, and tameth them continually. And therefore the whole world is at rest and quietness, and men sing for joy.
      Yee, even the fir trees and the Cedars of Libanus rejoice at your fall, saying: Now that thou art laid down, there come no more up to destroy us. Hell also trembleth at thy coming, all mighty men and Princes of the earth, step forth before thee. All Kings of the earth, stand up from their seats, that they may all ( one after another ) sing and speak unto thee. Art thou wounded also as we? art thou become like unto us? Thy pomp and thy pride is gone down to hell: Moths shall be layed under thee, and worms *shall be thy covering.
      *Now art thou fallen from heaven,( O Lucifer ) thou fair morning child? hast thou gotten a fall even to the ground, thou that ( not withstanding ) didest subdue the people? And yet thou thoughtest in thine heart: I will climb up into heaven, and make my seat above the stars of God, I will sit upon the glorious mount toward the North, I will climb up above the clouds, and will be like the highest of all.
Yet dare I lay, that thou shalt be brought down to the deep of hell. They that see thee, shall narrowly look upon thee, and think in themselves, saying: Is this the man, that brought all lands in fear, and made the kingdoms afraid: Is this he that made the world in a manner waste, and layed the cities to the ground, which let not his prisoners go home?

     *shall be thy covering. Note this word "covering"; there is..Yet one covering, our Lord and redeemer Christ unto our father God only. RN
*How art thou fallen from heaven,( O Lucifer ) thou fair morning child? (kjv and other bibles of man = son of the morning.) *besom (broom) *worm. (kjv and other bibles of man = flying serpent)

THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES Chpt 12

   As soon as it was day there was no little ado among the soldiers, what was become of Peter. When Herod had called for him, and found him not, he examined the keepers, and commanded them to depart. And he descended from Jewry to Cesarea, and there abode. Herod was displeased with them of Tyre and Sidon. And they came all at once, and made intercession unto Blastus the kings chamberlain, and desired peace, because their country was nourished by the kings land. And upon a day appointed, Herod arrayed him in royal apparel, and set him in his seat, and made an *oration unto them. And the people gave a shout, saying: it is the voice of a God and not of a man. And immediately the angel of the Lord smote him, because he gave not God the honour, and he was eaten of worms and gave up the ghost. And the word of God grew and multiplied. And Barnabas and Paul returned to Jerusalem, when they had fulfilled their office, and took with them John, which was also called Marcu

     And the people gave a shout, saying: it is the voice of a God and not of a man.

  ....and he was eaten of worms and gave up the ghost. 

     

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