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The Truth of the "time" we are in ...

snow job of the rich...

And measures and matters of The Truth of the "time" we are in ...how "man" ..."thought to change time and times ...

and the snow ...storm ...

 

 

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 ...like in the winter ...and the world at its coldest ...

      and there was a high mountain top ..and a place where people thought highly of themselves ...

      and a storm had come upon the place so horrible ...that all had to leave that high place ...

      even every each one ...no matter how highly they thought ...or thought they were ...

      and again ...all had to leave ...that high place ...

      and i was shown a man ...who was not of the place ...

      saying plainly he did not think highly of himself ...or desire high places in the world ...

      nevertheless his wife ...made him wait there at that place ...of her own thinking ...

      and his wife would have him thought highly of ...and in a high position ...

      even so the man would not ...

      nevertheless he waited for her...even to the last ...untill the time of the end ...

      even when all had left ...been driven from that high place ...

      Now this man ...last one out and waiting ...looked around ...

      and the snow was coming down in heaps ...

      so much so that everything would be buried deeply in the coldness ...of the snow ...

      and he looked around and the parking lot was empty ...except for one rich mans car ...

      and a emergency worker ...saw the man ...and the rich mans very expensive car ...

      and said to the waiting man ...take that car and get off this high place ...

      and the more ...said the emergency worker ...that no one could be saved from the high places ...

      no not even with all the devises of man ...not one could be saved ...

      and for why ...because the storm is so fierce ...and the coldness so horrible ...

      and again ....the devices of man could save any one ...no not one ...none ...

      Now the man that was waiting ...looked at the emergency worker and the rich mans car ....

      and keys were given him to drive ...a way ...

      and as he was going down the mountain of coldness ...the way was blocked ...

      and blocked so tight that the rich mans car might not make it over the walls of cold ...snow ...

      nevertheless the man prayed to God and Christ ...

      and waited ...the more ...and soon a way was shown him ...

      and so it was that the man who waited upon God and Christ to show him the way ...escaped ...

      that is to say he escaped the coldness of the world ...(a coldness unto death ) ...

      and the high place and high thinking and teaching of the world ...(also deadly high) ...

      and why ...for high high are those place and thinking and pride ...that there is little air ...

      even not enough air for breath ....life or living ...

      Yet the high places make such pride ...that they..." think "...they make no error ...

      even that they are perfect ...in and of the world ...

      and all things done right and proper in their eyes ...

      nevertheless the man that waited made it off the deadly ...cold ...high place ...

      and soon the rich man appeared to claim his expensive car from him ...

      and that man that waited gave the car to the rich man ...

      evenso the rich man thanked him not ...supposing that the man had been rewarded enough ...

      even because he was allowed to drive such a proud expensive vehicle ...

      nevertheless the waiting man ...asked if the rich man might pay for the gas that he had to put in the car ...

      even just enough to get it off the wicked high mountain ...     

      and the rich man grinned at him ...

      and gave him ...a piece of paper ...like a carnival ticket ...

      and on the paper was a promise to pay ...even a large amount of money ...

      nevertheless the man who had waited ...knew the paper was worthless ...

      and he looked at the rich man ...

      and the rich man was grinning still ...

      even so that the one who was waiting ...might believe in the carnival paper ...

      and why ? for the rich man ...also ...knew the paper was worthless ...       

      yet he delighted ...de lighted ...in having the poor "think" the promise was true ...

      and the one who waited walked away from the rich man ...

     

     and a scripture came to remembrance ...

for the love ...and hot lust and burning pride ...of money ...the world grows so cold ...

 

Amos Chpt 8

The Lord God showed me this vision: and behold, there was a maunder with summer fruit. And he said: Amos, what seest thou? I answered: a maunder with summer fruit. Then said the Lord unto me: the end cometh upon my people Israel, I will no more oversee them. In that day shall the songs of the temple be turned to sorrow, sayeth the Lord God. Many dead bodies shall lie in every place, and be cast forth secretly. Hear this, O ye that oppress the poor, and destroy the needy in the lands, saying: When will the new month be gone, that we may sell vitals, and the Sabbath, that we may have scarceness of corn: to make the bushel less, and the Sickle greater? We shall set up false weights, that we may get the poor under us with their money, and the needy also for shoes: yee let us sell the chaff for corn.
 

THE SECOND OF THE MACHABEES Chpt 3

What time as the holy city was inhabited in all peace and wealth, and when the laws were yet very well kept, ( for so was it ordained by Onias the high priest and other godly men, that were enemies of wickedness ) It came therefore, that even the kings and princes themselves did the place great worship, and garnished the temple with great gifts: Insomuch that Seleucus king of Asia of his own rents bare all the costs belonging to the service of the offerings. Then Simon of the tribe of Benjamin, a ruler of the temple, labored to work some mischief in the city: but the high priest resisted him.
      Nevertheless when he might not overcome Onias, he gat him to Apollonius the son of Thersa ( which then was chief lord in Celosyria and Phenice ) and told him that the treasury in Jerusalem was full of innumerable money, and how that the commons goods ( which belonged not unto the offerings ) were exceedingly great also: yee and how it were possible, that all these might come under the kings power.
      Now when Apollonius had showed the king of the money, as it was told him: the king called for Heliodorus his stewart, and sent him with a commandment, to bring him the same money. Immediately Heliodorus took his journey, but under a color, as though he would go through Celosyria and Phenices to visit the cities, but his purpose was to fulfil the kings pleasure. So when he came to Jerusalem, and was lovingly received of the high priest into the city: he told what was determined concerning the money, and showed the cause of his coming: he asked also, if it were so indeed. Then the high priest told him, that there was such money laid up for the up holding of widows and fatherless children, and how that certain of it belonged unto Hircanus Tobias a noble man: and that of all the money ( which that wicked Simon had *bewrayed ) there were four hundred talents of silver, and two hundred of gold: yee and that it were unpossible for those mens meaning to be deceived, that had layed up their money in the place and temple, (which is had in worship through the whole world) for the maintenance and honor of the same. Whereunto Heliodorus answered, that the king had commanded him in any wise, to bring him in the money.
      So at the day appointed, Heliodorus entered in to temple to order this matter. But there was no small fear throughout the whole city. The priests fell down before the altar in their vestments, and called unto heaven upon him, which had made a law concerning stuff given to keep, that they should be safely preserved, for such as commit them unto keeping. Then whoso had looked the high priest in the face, it would have grieved his heart: For his countenance and the changing of his color, declared the inward sorrow of his mind. The man was all in heaviness, and his body in fear: whereby they that looked upon him, might perceive the grief of his heart. The other people also came out of their houses by heaps unto the common prayer, because the place was like to come in to confusion. The women came together through the streets, with hairy clothes about their breasts.
      The virgins also that were kept in, ran to Onias, some to the walls, other some looked out of the windows: yee they all held their hands toward heaven, and prayed. A miserable thing was it, to look upon the common people, and the high priest being in such trouble. But they besought almighty God, that the goods that were committed unto them, might be kept whole, for those that had committed them unto their keeping. Nevertheless the thing that Heliodorus was determined to do, that performed he in the same place, he himself personally being about the treasury with his men of war. But the spirit of almighty God showed himself openly, so that all they which presumed to obey Heliodorus, fell through the power of God into great fearfulness and dread. For there appeared unto them an horse, with a terrible man sitting upon him, decked in goodly array, and the horse smote at Heliodorus with his forefeet. Now he that sat upon the horse, had harness of gold upon him.
      Moreover there appeared two fair and beautiful young men in goodly array, which stood by him, scourged him of both sides, and gave him many stripes without ceasing. With that fell Heliodorus suddenly unto the ground. So that they took him up ( being compassed about with great darkness ) and bare him out upon a *bare. Thus he that came with so many runners and men of war into the said treasury was born out, where as no man might help him: and so the power of God was manifest and known. He lay still dumb by also by the power of God, destitute of all hope and life. And they praised the Lord, that he had showed his power upon his place and temple, which a little afore was full of fear and trouble: and that through the revelation of the almighty Lord it was filled with joy and gladness.
      Then certain of Heliodorus friends prayed Onias, that in all hast he would call upon God, to grant him his life, which was giving up the ghost. So the high priest considered the matter, and least the king should suspect that the Jews had done Heliodorus some evil: he offered an healthoffering for him. Now when the high priest had obtained his petition, the same young men in the same clothing appeared, and stood beside Heliodorus, saying: Thank Onias the high priest, for his sake hath the Lord granted thee thy life: Therefore seeing that God hath scourged thee, give him praise and thanks, and show every man his might and power. And when they had spoken these words, they appeared no more.
 

 

 

 

 

     

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