Behold in the coldness of the night season ...a face appeared ...a pale fat ...green eyed swollen face of a man ...and its eyes were wide open ...as if it was stunned ...or looking intently ...and I measured and discerned the face intently ...to see the matters of it.
And behold the answer was given ...it is the face of death ...and the greenness thereof is a reflection of death ...and I though it was blind too me ...not seeing ...yet it looked upon ..or was of ...the hole of the world ...and the fatness thereof ...and the lifeless paleness thereof ...and the fleshliness thereof ...the consuming thereof ...and I waved my hand in front of the face ...and it saw not my hand ...and I jumped infront of it ...and it saw not my face or my body ...and it was opened to me that death can not look upon ...or see ...the children of YHWH (God) ...those being saved by Yeshua (Jesus) ...for there is no death in them ...neither is the father ...the father of the dead ...or of the dying ...but of the living ...yet Yeshua (Jesus) saves from death ...even the face of death.
And it came to remembrance ...the "green" horse that death rides; in the book of Christs revelation ...given to him of the father ...as to the matters of things that must come to pass ...things that rightly discerned ...are already upon us... or passed ...
And the fatness of the flesh ...leads the heart away from rightness ...and in unrightness ...come death ...for death is the fruit of unrightness of the flesh ...and the hole of the worldly comsumes them ...that the unGodly see not ...hear not ...neither care for Godly matters...thought they might have the appearance of Godliness ...(in their own eyes) ...their eyes show the matters of their souls ...as the eye reflects the ...greedy green wantoness ...green with pride...green with envy ...green with strife.
And when he opened the third seal, I heard the third beast say: come and see. And I beheld, and lo, a black horse: and he that sat on him, had a pair of balances in his hand. And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say: a measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a penny: and oil and wine see thou hurt not. And when he opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth beast say: come and see. And I looked. And behold a green horse, and his name that sat on him, was death, and hell followed after him, and power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, that cometh of vermin of the earth. (Kjv=pale horse...nevertheless death be the same)
And Dalilah said to Samson. Oh, tell me where thy great strength lieth, and if thou were bound wherewith men might constrain thee. And Samson said unto her: If men bound me with seven green withies (willow like branches) that were never dried, I should be weak and as another man. And then the Lords of the Philistines brought her seven withies that were yet green and never dried and she bound him therewith. Notwithstanding she had men lying in wait with her in the chamber. And she said unto him, the Philistines be upon thee Samson. And he brake the cords as a string of tow breaketh, when it feeleth fire. And so his strength was not known.
Then the Lords of the Philistines came and brought the *money in their hands. And she made him sleep upon her lap, and sent for a man, and cut off the seven locks of his head and began to vex him. But his strength was gone from him. And she said the Philistines be upon thee Samson. And he awoke out of his sleep and thought to go out as at other times before and shake himself, and knew not that the Lord was departed from him. But the Philistines took him and put out his eyes, and brought him down to Gaza, and bound him with fetters. And he was made to grind in the prison house, how be it the hair of his head began to grow again after that he was shorn.*note the money in the hand ...witch purchased Samsons' bondage.
May a rush be green without moistness? may the grass grow without water? No: but ( or ever it be shot forth, and or ever it be gathered ) it withereth, before any other herb. Even so goeth it with all them, that forget God: and even thus also shall the hypocrites hope come to naught. His confidence shall be destroyed, for he trusteth in a spiders web. He leaneth upon his house, but he shall not stand: he holdeth him fast by it, yet shall he not endure. Often time a thing do flourish, and men think that it may abide the *Son shining: it shooteth forth the branches in his garden, it taketh many roots, in so much that it is like a house of stones. *Son = this word Sonne is Son, they did make a spelling difference between Sun and Son, this is Son.
For they shall soon be cut down like the grass, and be withered even as the green herb.
I myself have seen the ungodly in great power, and flourishing like a green bay tree: but when I went by, lo, he was gone: I sought him, but he could no where be found.
In the morning it is green groweth up, but in the evening it is cut down and withereth.
That the ungodly are green as grass, and that all the works of wickedness do flourish to be destroyed for ever.
He that trusteth in his riches shall fall, but the righteous shall flourish as the green leaf.
If there be no water, I will give drink. And as for waters of defense, I shall dry them up with the feet of my Host. Yee ( sayest thou ) hast thou not heard, what I have taken in hand, and brought to pass of old time? That same will I do now also: waste, destroy, and bring strong cities into heaps of stones. For their inhabitants shall be like lame men, brought in fear and confounded. They shall be like the grass and green herbs of the field, like the hay upon the housetops, that withered afore it be grown up.
The Lord shall come forth as a giant, and take a stomach to himself as a fresh man of war. He shall roar and cry, and overcome his enemies. I have long time holden my peace, (sayeth the Lord ) should I therefore be still, and keep silence for ever? I will cry like a travailing woman, and once will I destroy, and devour. I will make waste both mountain and hill, and dry up every green thing that groweth theron. I will dry up the floods of water, and drink up the rivers. I will bring the blind into the street, that they know not: and lead them in to such a foot path that they are ignorant in. I shall make darkness light before them, and the thing that is crooked to be straight. These things will I do, and not forget them. And therefore let them convert, and be ashamed earnestly, that hope in Idols, and say to fashioned images: ye are our gods.
But in the mean season the righteous perisheth, and no man regardeth it in his heart, Good godly people are taken away, and no man considereth it. Namely: that the righteous is conveyed away through the wicked: that he himself might be at rest, lie quietly upon his bed, and live after his own pleasure. Come hither therefore ye charmers children, ye sons of adouvtry, and the whore: Wherein take ye your pleasure? Upon whom gape ye with your mouth, and bleat out your tongue? Are ye not children of *advoutry, and the seed of *dissimilation? Ye take your pleasure under the oaks, and under all green trees, the child being slain in the valleys, and the dens of stone. Thy part shall be with the stoney rocks by the river: Yee even these shall be thy part. For there thou hast poured meat and drink offerings unto them. Should I oversee that? (overlook that?) Thou hast made thy bed upon high mountains, thou wentest up thither, and there hast thou slain sacrifices. Behind the doors and posts, hast thou set up thy remembrance. When thou hast discovered thyself to another then me, when thou wentest down and made thy bed wider ( that is ) when thou didest carve the certain yonder Idols, and lovest their couches, where thou sawest them. Thou wentest straight to kings with oil and diverse ointments (that is ) thou hast sent thy messengers far off, and yet are thou fallen into the pit thereby. Thou hast had trouble for the multitude of thine own ways, yet saidest thou never: I will leave off. Thou thinkest to have life ( or health ) of thy self, and therefore thou believest not that thou art sick. For when wilt thou be abashed or fear, seeing thou hast broken thy promise, and rememberest me not, neither hast me in thy heart? Thinkest thou, that I also will hold my peace ( as afore time ) that thou fearest me not? Yee verily I will declare thy goodness and thy works but they shall not profit thee when thou cryest, let thy chosen heap deliver thee. But the wind shall take them all away, and carry them in to the air. Nevertheless, they that put their trust in me, shall inherit the land, and have my holy hill in possession.
* advoutry : see the word devoted, a-devoted; where the heart is: prefix: a meaning: not, without against. devoted to God, Christ, love and the truth. Note also that this word is most often replaced in the kjv with adultery. see James 2 for adultery. *dissimulation : Dictionary; the act or process of making or becoming dissimilar. distinct, diverse, unlike, incompatible, disparate. **note: the word "religion" is not found in all the original text. RN
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