September 11, 2013
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Wis 1:15 (For righteousness is immortal:)
Wis 1:1 Love righteousness, ye that be judges of the earth: think of
the Lord with a good (heart,) and in simplicity of heart seek
Wis 1:7 For the Spirit of the Lord filleth the world: and that which
containeth all things hath knowledge of the voice.
Wis 1:14 For he created all things, that they might have their being:
and the generations of the world were healthful; and there is no
poison of destruction in them, nor the kingdom of death upon the
Wis 1:2 For he will be found of them that tempt him not; and sheweth
himself unto such as do not distrust him.
Wis 1:6 For wisdom is a loving spirit; and will not acquit a
blasphemer of his words: for God is witness of his reins, and a
true beholder of his heart, and a hearer of his tongue.
Wis 1:8 Therefore he that speaketh unrighteous things cannot be hid:
neither shall vengeance, when it punisheth, pass by him.
Wis 1:5 For the holy spirit of discipline will flee deceit, and
remove from thoughts that are without understanding, and will
not abide when unrighteousness cometh in.
Wis 1:3 For froward thoughts separate from God: and his power, when
it is tried, reproveth the unwise.
Wis 1:10 For the ear of jealousy heareth all things: and the noise of
murmurings is not hid.
Wis 1:11 Therefore beware of murmuring, which is unprofitable; and
refrain your tongue from backbiting: for there is no word so
secret, that shall go for nought: and the mouth that belieth
slayeth the soul.
Wis 1:13 For God made not death: neither hath he pleasure in the
destruction of the living.
Wis 1:16 But ungodly men with their works and words called it to them:
for when they thought to have it their friend, they consumed to
nought, and made a covenant with it, because they are worthy to
take part with it.
Wis 1:4 For into a malicious soul wisdom shall not enter; nor dwell
in the body that is subject unto sin.
Wis 1:12 Seek not death in the error of your life: and pull not upon
yourselves destruction with the works of your hands.
Wis 1:9 For inquisition shall be made into the counsels of the
ungodly: and the sound of his words shall come unto the Lord for
the manifestation of his wicked deeds.
Wis 2:23 For God created man to be immortal, and made him to be an
image of his own eternity.
Wis 2:22 As for the mysteries of God, they kn ew them not: neither
hoped they for the wages of righteousness, nor discerned a
reward for blameless souls.
Wis 2:24 Nevertheless through envy of the devil came death into the
world: and they that do hold of his side do find it.
Wis 2:18 For if the just man be the son of God, he will help him, and
deliver him from the hand of his enemies.
Wis 2:19 Let us examine him with despitefulness and torture, that we
may know his meekness, and prove his patience.
Wis 2:14 He was made to reprove our thoughts.
Wis 2:12 Therefore let us lie in wait for the righteous; because he is
not for our turn, and he is clean contrary to our doings: he
upbraideth us with our offending the law, and objecteth to our
infamy the transgressings of our education.
Wis 2:15 He is grievous unto us even to behold: for his life is not
like other men's, his ways are of another fashion.
Wis 2:17 Let us see if his words be true: and let us prove what shall
happen in the end of him.
Wis 2:13 He professeth to have the knowledge of God: and he calleth
himself the child of the Lord.
Wis 2:16 We are esteemed of him as counterfeits: he abstaineth from
our ways as from filthiness: he pronounceth the end of the just
to be blessed, and maketh his boast that God is his father.
Wis 2:20 Let us condemn him with a shameful death: for by his own
saying he shall be respected.
Wis 2:21 Such things they did imagine, and were deceived: for their
own wickedness hath blinded them.
Wis 2:1 For the ungodly said, reasoning with themselves, but not
aright, Our life is short and tedious, and in the death of a man
there is no remedy: neither was there any man known to have
returned from the grave.
Wis 2:5 For our time is a very shadow that passeth away; and after
our end there is no returning: for it is fast sealed, so that no
man cometh again.
Wis 2:6 Come on therefore, let us enjoy the good things that are
present: and let us speedily use the creatures like as in youth.
Wis 2:2 For we are born at all adventure: and we shall be hereafter
as though we had never been: for the breath in our nostrils is
as smoke, and a little spark in the moving of our heart:
Wis 2:3 Which being extinguished, our body shall be turned into
ashes, and our spirit shall vanish as the soft air,
Wis 2:4 And our name shall be forgotten in time, and no man shall
have our works in remembrance, and our life shall pass away as
the trace of a cloud, and shall be dispersed as a mist, that is
driven away with the beams of the sun, and overcome with the
Wis 2:11 Let our strength be the law of justice: for that which is
feeble is found to be nothing worth.
Wis 2:10 Let us oppress the poor righteous man, let us not spare the
widow, nor reverence the ancient gray hairs of the aged.
Wis 2:9 Let none of us go without his part of our voluptuousness: let
us leave tokens of our joyfulness in every place: for this is
our portion, and our lot is this.
Wis 2:7 Let us fill ourselves with costly wine and ointments: and let
no flower of the spring pass by us:
Wis 2:8 Let us crown ourselves with rosebuds, before they be
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Wis 3:15 For glorious is the fruit of good labours: and the root of
wisdom shall never fall away.
Wis 3:9 They that put their trust in him shall understand the truth:
and such as be faithful in love shall abide with him: for grace
and mercy is to his saints, and he hath care for his elect.
Wis 3:14 And blessed is the eunuch, which with his hands hath wrought
no iniquity, nor imagined wicked things against God: for unto
him shall be given the special gift of faith, and an inheritance
in the temple of the Lord more acceptable to his mind.
Wis 3:8 They shall judge the nations, and have dominion over the
people, and their Lord shall reign for ever.
Wis 3:7 And in the time of their visitation they shall shine, and run
to and fro like sparks among the stubble.
Wis 3:6 As gold in the furnace hath he tried them, and received them
as a burnt offering.
Wis 3:4 For though they be punished in the sight of men, yet is their
hope full of immortality.
Wis 3:5 And having been a little chastised, they shall be greatly
rewarded: for God proved them, and found them worthy for
Wis 3:16 As for the children of adulterers, they shall not come to
their perfection, and the seed of an unrighteous bed shall be
Wis 3:1 But the souls of the righteous are in the hand of God, and
there shall no torment touch them.
Wis 3:11 For whoso despiseth wisdom and nurture, he is miserable, and
their hope is vain, their labours unfruitful, and their works
Wis 3:13 Their offspring is cursed. Wherefore blessed is the barren
that is undefiled, which hath not known the sinful bed: she
shall have fruit in the visitation of souls.
Wis 3:10 But the ungodly shall be punished according to their own
imaginations, which have neglected the righteous, and forsaken
Wis 3:17 For though they live long, yet shall they be nothing
regarded: and their last age shall be without honour.
Wis 3:18 Or, if they die quickly, they have no hope, neither comfort
in the day of trial.
Wis 3:3 And their going from us to be utter destruction: but they are
Wis 3:2 In the sight of the unwise they seemed to die: and their
departure is taken for misery,
Wis 3:12 Their wives are foolish, and their children wicked:
Wis 3:19 For horrible is the end of the unrighteous generation.
Wis 4:2 When it is present, men take example at it; and when it is
gone, they desire it: it weareth a crown, and triumpheth for
ever, having gotten the victory, striving for undefiled rewards.
Wis 4:7 But though the righteous be prevented with death, yet shall
he be in rest.
Wis 4:14 For his soul pleased the Lord: therefore hasted he to take
him away from among the wicked.
Wis 4:10 He pleased God, and was beloved of him: so that living among
sinners he was translated.
Wis 4:11 Yea speedily was he taken away, lest that wickedness should
alter his understanding, or deceit beguile his soul.
Wis 4:12 For the bewitching of naughtiness doth obscure things that
are honest; and the wandering of concupiscence doth undermine
the simple mind.
Wis 4:16 Thus the righteous that is dead shall condemn the ungodly
which are living; and youth that is soon perfected the many
years and old age of the unrighteous.
Wis 4:8 For honourable age is not that which standeth in length of
time, nor that is measured by number of years.
Wis 4:9 But wisdom is the gray hair unto men, and an unspotted life
is old age.
Wis 4:13 He, being made perfect in a short time, fulfilled a long
Wis 4:18 They shall see him, and despise him; but God shall laugh them
to scorn: and they shall hereafter be a vile carcase, and a
reproach among the dead for evermore.
Wis 4:17 For they shall see the end of the wise, and shall not
understand what God in his counsel hath decreed of him, and to
what end the Lord hath set him in safety.
Wis 4:20 And when they cast up the accounts of their sins, they shall
come with fear: and their own iniquities shall convince them to
Wis 4:19 For he shall rend them, and cast them down headlong, that
they shall be speechless; and he shall shake them from the
foundation; and they shall be utterly laid waste, and be in
sorrow; and their memorial shall perish.
Wis 4:15 This the people saw, and understood it not, neither laid they
up this in their minds, That his grace and mercy is with his
saints, and that he hath respect unto his chosen.
Wis 4:4 For though they flourish in branches for a time; yet standing
not last, they shall be shaken with the wind, and through the
force of winds they shall be rooted out.
Wis 4:6 For children begotten of unlawful beds are witnesses of
wickedness against their parents in their trial.
Wis 4:1 Better it is to have no children, and to have virtue: for the
memorial thereof is immortal: because it is known with God, and
Wis 4:3 But the multiplying brood of the ungodly shall not thrive,
nor take deep rooting from bastard slips, nor lay any fast
Wis 4:5 The imperfect branches shall be broken off, their fruit
unprofitable, not ripe to eat, yea, meet for nothing.
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Wis 5:14 For the hope of the Godly is like dust that is blown away
with the wind; like a thin froth that is driven away with the
storm; like as the smoke which is dispersed here and there with
a tempest, and passeth away as the remembrance of a guest that
tarrieth but a day.
Wis 5:23 Yea, a mighty wind shall stand up against them, and like a
storm shall blow them away: thus iniquity shall lay waste the
whole earth, and ill dealing shall overthrow the thrones of the
Wis 5:1 Then shall the righteous man stand in great boldness before
the face of such as have afflicted him, and made no account of
Wis 5:2 When they see it, they shall be troubled with terrible fear,
and shall be amazed at the strangeness of his salvation, so far
beyond all that they looked for.
Wis 5:21 Then shall the right aiming thunderbolts go abroad; and from
the clouds, as from a well drawn bow, shall they fly to the
Wis 5:22 And hailstones full of wrath shall be cast as out of a stone
bow, and the water of the sea shall rage against them, and the
floods shall cruelly drown them.
Wis 5:17 He shall take to him his jealousy for complete armour, and
make the creature his weapon for the revenge of his enemies.
Wis 5:18 He shall put on righteousness as a breastplate, and true
judgment instead of an helmet.
Wis 5:19 He shall take holiness for an invincible shield.
Wis 5:20 His severe wrath shall he sharpen for a sword, and the world
shall fight with him against the unwise.
Wis 5:3 And they repenting and groaning for anguish of spirit shall
say within themselves, This was he, whom we had sometimes in
derision, and a proverb of reproach:
Wis 5:7 We wearied ourselves in the way of wickedness and
destruction: yea, we have gone through deserts, where there lay
no way: but as for the way of the Lord, we have not known it.
Wis 5:4 We fools accounted his life madness, and his end to be
Wis 5:6 Therefore have we erred from the way of truth, and the light
of righteousness hath not shined unto us, and the sun of
righteousness rose not upon us.
Wis 5:5 How is he numbered among the children of God, and his lot is
among the saints!
Wis 5:8 What hath pride profited us? or what good hath riches with
our vaunting brought us?
Wis 5:9 All those things are passed away like a shadow, and as a post
that hasted by;
Wis 5:10 And as a ship that passeth over the waves of the water, which
when it is gone by, the trace thereof cannot be found, neither
the pathway of the keel in the waves;
Wis 5:12 Or like as when an arrow is shot at a mark, it parteth the
air, which immediately cometh together again, so that a man
cannot know where it went through:
Wis 5:11 Or as when a bird hath flown through the air, there is no
token of her way to be found, but the light air being beaten
with the stroke of her wings and parted with the violent noise
and motion of them, is passed through, and therein afterwards no
sign where she went is to be found;
Wis 5:13 Even so we in like manner, as soon as we were born, began to
draw to our end, and had no sign of virtue to shew; but were
consumed in our own wickedness.
Wis 5:15 But the righteous live for evermore; their reward also is
with the Lord, and the care of them is with the most High.
Wis 5:16 Therefore shall they receive a glorious kingdom, and a
beautiful crown from the Lord's hand: for with his right hand
shall he cover them, and with his arm shall he protect them.
Wis 6:22 As for wisdom, what she is, and how she came up, I will tell
you, and will not hide mysteries from you: but will seek her out
from the beginning of her nativity, and bring the knowledge of
her into light, and will not pass over the truth.
Wis 6:12 Wisdom is glorious, and never fadeth away: yea, she is easily
seen of them that love her, and found of such as seek her.
Wis 6:14 Whoso seeketh her early shall have no great travail: for he
shall find her sitting at his doors.
Wis 6:13 She preventeth them that desire her, in making herself first
known unto them.
Wis 6:16 For she goeth about seeking such as are worthy of her,
sheweth herself favourably unto them in the ways, and meeteth
them in every thought.
Wis 6:15 To think therefore upon her is perfection of wisdom: and
whoso watcheth for her shall quickly be without care.
Wis 6:17 For the very true beginning of her is the desire of
discipline; and the care of discipline is love;
Wis 6:18 And love is the keeping of her laws; and the giving heed unto
her laws is the assurance of incorruption;
Wis 6:19 And incorruption maketh us near unto God:
Wis 6:20 Therefore the desire of wisdom bringeth to a kingdom.
Wis 6:25 Receive therefore instruction through my words, and it shall
do you good.
Wis 6:2 Give ear, ye that rule the people, and glory in the multitude
Wis 6:3 For power is given you of the Lord, and sovereignty from the
Highest, who shall try your works, and search out your counsels.
Wis 6:1 Hear therefore, O ye kings, and understand; learn, ye that be
judges of the ends of the earth.
Wis 6:21 If your delight be then in thrones and sceptres, O ye kings
of the people, honour wisdom, that ye may reign for evermore.
Wis 6:7 For he which is Lord over all shall fear no man's person,
neither shall he stand in awe of any man's greatness: for he
hath made the small and great, and careth for all alike.
Wis 6:6 For mercy will soon pardon the meanest: but mighty men shall
be mightily tormented.
Wis 6:9 Unto you therefore, O kings, do I speak, that ye may learn
wisdom, and not fall away.
Wis 6:11 Wherefore set your affection upon my words; desire them, and
ye shall be instructed.
Wis 6:10 For they that keep holiness holily shall be judged holy: and
they that have learned such things shall find what to answer.
Wis 6:8 But a sore trial shall come upon the mighty.
Wis 6:5 Horribly and speedily shall he come upon you: for a sharp
judgment shall be to them that be in high places.
Wis 6:23 Neither will I go with consuming envy; for such a man shall
have no fellowship with wisdom.
Wis 6:4 Because, being ministers of his kingdom, ye have not judged
aright, nor kept the law, nor walked after the counsel of God;
Wis 6:24 But the multitude of the wise is the welfare of the world:
and a wise king is the upholding of the people.
Wis 7:28 For God loveth none but him that dwelleth with wisdom.
Wis 7:25 For she is the breath of the power of God, and a pure
influence flowing from the glory of the Almighty: therefore can
no defiled thing fall into her.
Wis 7:26 For she is the brightness of the everlasting light, the
unspotted mirror of the power of God, and the image of his
Wis 7:24 For wisdom is more moving than any motion: she passeth and
goeth through all things by reason of her pureness.
Wis 7:23 Kind to man, steadfast, sure, free from care, having all
power, overseeing all things, and going through all
understanding, pure, and most subtil, spirits.
Wis 7:14 For she is a treasure unto men that never faileth: which they
that use become the friends of God, being commended for the
gifts that come from learning.
Wis 7:27 And being but one, she can do all things: and remaining in
herself, she maketh all things new: and in all ages entering
into holy souls, she maketh them friends of God, and prophets.
Wis 7:29 For she is more beautiful than the sun, and above all the
order of stars: being compared with the light, she is found
Wis 7:30 For after this cometh night: but vice shall not prevail
Wis 7:22 For wisdom, which is the worker of all things, taught me: for
in her is an understanding spirit holy, one only, manifold,
subtil, lively, clear, undefiled, plain, not subject to hurt,
loving the thing that is good quick, which cannot be letted,
ready to do good,
Wis 7:11 All good things together came to me with her, and innumerable
riches in her hands.
Wis 7:21 And all such things as are either secret or manifest, them I
Wis 7:13 I learned diligently, and do communicate her liberally: I do
not hide her riches.
Wis 7:9 Neither compared I unto her any precious stone, because all
gold in respect of her is as a little sand, and silver shall be
counted as clay before her.
Wis 7:15 God hath granted me to speak as I would, and to conceive as
is meet for the things that are given me: because it is he that
leadeth unto wisdom, and directeth the wise.
Wis 7:16 For in his hand are both we and our words; all wisdom also,
and knowledge of workmanship.
Wis 7:17 For he hath given me certain knowledge of the things that
are, namely, to know how the world was made, and the operation
of the elements:
Wis 7:18 The beginning, ending, and midst of the times: the
alterations of the turning of the sun, and the change of
Wis 7:19 The circuits of years, and the positions of stars:
Wis 7:20 The natures of living creatures, and the furies of wild
beasts: the violence of winds, and the reasonings of men: the
diversities of plants and the virtues of roots:
Wis 7:12 And I rejoiced in them all, because wisdom goeth before them:
and I knew not that she was the mother of them.
Wis 7:5 For there is no king that had any other beginning of birth.
Wis 7:6 For all men have one entrance into life, and the like going
Wis 7:1 I myself also am a mortal man, like to all, and the offspring
of him that was first made of the earth,
Wis 7:2 And in my mother's womb was fashioned to be flesh in the time
of ten months, being compacted in blood, of the seed of man, and
the pleasure that came with sleep.
Wis 7:3 And when I was born, I drew in the common air, and fell upon
the earth, which is of like nature, and the first voice which I
uttered was crying, as all others do.
Wis 7:4 I was nursed in swaddling clothes, and that with cares.
Wis 7:7 Wherefore I prayed, and understanding was given me: I called
upon God, and the spirit of wisdom came to me.
Wis 7:8 I preferred her before sceptres and thrones, and esteemed
riches nothing in comparison of her.
Wis 7:10 I loved her above health and beauty, and chose to have her
instead of light: for the light that cometh from her never goeth
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Wis 8:17 Now when I considered these things in myself, and pondered
them in my heart, how that to be allied unto wisdom is
Wis 8:18 And great pleasure it is to have her friendship; and in the
works of her hands are infinite riches; and in the exercise of
conference with her, prudence; and in talking with her, a good
report; I went about seeking how to take her to me.
Wis 8:13 Moreover by the means of her I shall obtain immortality, and
leave behind me an everlasting memorial to them that come after
Wis 8:21 Nevertheless, when I perceived that I could not otherwise
obtain her, except God gave her me; and that was a point of
wisdom also to know whose gift she was; I prayed unto the Lord,
and besought him, and with my whole heart I said,
Wis 8:16 After I am come into mine house, I will repose myself with
her: for her conversation hath no bitterness; and to live with
her hath no sorrow, but mirth and joy.
Wis 8:19 For I was a witty child, and had a good spirit.
Wis 8:20 Yea rather, being good, I came into a body undefiled.
Wis 8:9 Therefore I purposed to take her to me to live with me,
knowing that she would be a counsellor of good things, and a
comfort in cares and grief.
Wis 8:2 I loved her, and sought her out from my youth, I desired to
make her my spouse, and I was a lover of her beauty.
Wis 8:3 In that she is conversant with God, she magnifieth her
nobility: yea, the Lord of all things himself loved her.
Wis 8:1 Wisdom reacheth from one end to another mightily: and sweetly
doth she order all things.
Wis 8:4 For she is privy to the mysteries of the knowledge of God,
and a lover of his works.
Wis 8:6 And if prudence work; who of all that are is a more cunning
workman than she?
Wis 8:7 And if a man love righteousness her labours are virtues: for
she teacheth temperance and prudence, justice and fortitude:
which are such things, as en can have nothing more profitable in
Wis 8:5 If riches be a possession to be desired in this life; what is
richer than wisdom, that worketh all things?
Wis 8:8 If a man desire much experience, she knoweth things of old,
and conjectureth aright what is to come: she knoweth the
subtilties of speeches, and can expound dark sentences: she
foreseeth signs and wonders, and the events of seasons and
Wis 8:10 For her sake I shall have estimation among the multitude, and
honour with the elders, though I be young.
Wis 8:12 When I hold my tongue, they shall bide my leisure, and when I
speak, they shall give good ear unto me: if I talk much, they
shall lay their hands upon their mouth.
Wis 8:14 I shall set the people in order, and the nations shall be
subject unto me.
Wis 8:15 Horrible tyrants shall be afraid, when they do but hear of
me; I shall be found good among the multitude, and valiant in
Wis 8:11 I shall be found of a quick conceit in judgment, and shall be
admired in the sight of great men.
Wis 9:10 O send her out of thy holy heavens, and from the throne of
thy glory, that being present she may labour with me, that I may
know what is pleasing unto thee.
Wis 9:15 For the corruptible body presseth down the soul, and the
earthy tabernacle weigheth down the mind that museth upon many
Wis 9:17 And thy counsel who hath known, except thou give wisdom, and
send thy Holy Spirit from above?
Wis 9:13 For what man is he that can know the counsel of God? or who
can think what the will of the Lord is?
Wis 9:16 And hardly do we guess aright at things that are upon earth,
and with labour do we find the things that are before us: but
the things that are in heaven who hath searched out?
Wis 9:14 For the thoughts of mortal men are miserable, and our devices
are but uncertain.
Wis 9:4 Give me wisdom, that sitteth by thy throne; and reject me not
from among thy children:
Wis 9:6 For though a man be never so perfect among the children of
men, yet if thy wisdom be not with him, he shall be nothing
Wis 9:9 And wisdom was with thee: which knoweth thy works, and was
present when thou madest the world, and knew what was acceptable
in thy sight, and right in thy commandments.
Wis 9:11 For she knoweth and understandeth all things, and she shall
lead me soberly in my doings, and preserve me in her power.
Wis 9:12 So shall my works be acceptable, and then shall I judge thy
people righteously, and be worthy to sit in my father's seat.
Wis 9:18 For so the ways of them which lived on the earth were
reformed, and men were taught the things that are pleasing unto
thee, and were saved through wisdom.
Wis 9:1 O God of my fathers, and Lord of mercy, who hast made all
things with thy word,
Wis 9:2 And ordained man through thy wisdom, that he should have
dominion over the creatures which thou hast made,
Wis 9:7 Thou hast chosen me to be a king of thy people, and a judge
of thy sons and daughters:
Wis 9:3 And order the world according to equity and righteousness,
and execute judgment with an upright heart:
Wis 9:5 For I thy servant and son of thine handmaid am a feeble
person, and of a short time, and too young for the understanding
of judgment and laws.
Wis 9:8 Thou hast commanded me to build a temple upon thy holy mount,
and an altar in the city wherein thou dwellest, a resemblance of
the holy tabernacle, which thou hast prepared from the
Wis 10:1 She preserved the first formed father of the world, that was
created alone, and brought him out of his fall,
Wis 10:2 And gave him power to rule all things.
Wis 10:3 But when the unrighteous went away from her in his anger, he
perished also in the fury wherewith he murdered his brother.
Wis 10:4 For whose cause the earth being drowned with the flood,
wisdom again preserved it, and directed the course of the
righteous in a piece of wood of small value.
Wis 10:5 Moreover, the nations in their wicked conspiracy being
confounded, she found out the righteous, and preserved him
blameless unto God, and kept him strong against his tender
compassion toward his son.
Wis 10:6 When the ungodly perished, she delivered the righteous man,
who fled from the fire which fell down upon the five cities.
Wis 10:7 Of whose wickedness even to this day the waste land that
smoketh is a testimony, and plants bearing fruit that never come
to ripeness: and a standing pillar of salt is a monument of an
Wis 10:8 For regarding not wisdom, they gat not only this hurt, that
they knew not the things which were good; but also left behind
them to the world a memorial of their foolishness: so that in
the things wherein they offended they could not so much as be
Wis 10:9 Rut wisdom delivered from pain those that attended upon her.
Wis 10:10 When the righteous fled from his brother's wrath she guided
him in right paths, shewed him the kingdom of God, and gave him
knowledge of holy things, made him rich in his travels, and
multiplied the fruit of his labours.
Wis 10:11 In the covetousness of such as oppressed him she stood by
him, and made him rich.
Wis 10:12 She defended him from his enemies, and kept him safe from
those that lay in wait, and in a sore conflict she gave him the
victory; that he might know that goodness is stronger than all.
Wis 10:13 When the righteous was sold, she forsook him not, but
delivered him from sin: she went down with him into the pit,
Wis 10:14 And left him not in bonds, till she brought him the sceptre
of the kingdom, and power against those that oppressed him: as
for them that had accused him, she shewed them to be liars, and
gave him perpetual glory.
Wis 10:16 She entered into the soul of the servant of the Lord, and
withstood dreadful kings in wonders and signs;
Wis 10:17 Rendered to the righteous a reward of their labours, guided
them in a marvellous way, and was unto them for a cover by day,
and a light of stars in the night season;
Wis 10:18 Brought them through the Red sea, and led them through much
Wis 10:19 But she drowned their enemies, and cast them up out of the
bottom of the deep.
Wis 10:15 She delivered the righteous people and blameless seed from
the nation that oppressed them.
Wis 10:20 Therefore the righteous spoiled the ungodly, and praised thy
holy name, O Lord, and magnified with one accord thine hand,
that fought for them.
Wis 10:21 For wisdom opened the mouth of the dumb, and made the tongues
of them that cannot speak eloquent.
I will briefly speak about matters in the present, and the future. I intend for the nations that are left standing to learn from the lesson, the universe has been teaching. The force used against the son today, will be equally met with force from the universe, in your season during the day of judgment, for your enemies should there be any. If anything I've proved the first exercise of euthanasia was not enough, and subsequently it was performed again the following week, not far from today.
Not to far from today, I will spend a few hours walking around the City of Philadelphia, subsequent measures will continue to be performed as long as they are necessary in sight of the force that is used to attack the potential, according to the law I designed. I am satisfied with what has and is being done, I am not defeated in any capacity. Stay stong and believe, and hopefully I will have a reason to present the universe, to achieve things early, rather then rouse the children and this is their intention, depending on what is done ... Keeping things clean, but let me inform you that should my identification and message reach all televisions and forms of broadcast, simply let nature follow its course, I am the law.
September 11, 2013
Wis 11:24 For thou lovest all the things that are, and abhorrest
nothing which thou hast made: for never wouldest thou have made
any thing, if thou hadst hated it.
Wis 11:21 For thou canst shew thy great strength at all times when thou
wilt; and who may withstand the power of thine arm?
Wis 11:25 And how could any thing have endured, if it had not been thy
will? or been preserved, if not called by thee?
Wis 11:22 For the whole world before thee is as a little grain of the
balance, yea, as a drop of the morning dew that falleth down
upon the earth.
Wis 11:23 But thou hast mercy upon all; for thou canst do all things,
and winkest at the sins of men, because they should amend.
Wis 11:16 That they might know, that wherewithal a man sinneth, by the
same also shall he be punished.
Wis 11:17 For thy Almighty hand, that made the world of matter without
form, wanted not means to send among them a multitude of bears
or fierce lions,
Wis 11:18 Or unknown wild beasts, full of rage, newly created,
breathing out either a fiery vapour, or filthy scents of
scattered smoke, or shooting horrible sparkles out of their
Wis 11:19 Whereof not only the harm might dispatch them at once, but
also the terrible sight utterly destroy them.
Wis 11:15 But for the foolish devices of their wickedness, wherewith
being deceived they worshipped serpents void of reason, and vile
beasts, thou didst send a multitude of unreasonable beasts upon
them for vengeance;
Wis 11:5 For by what things their enemies were punished, by the same
they in their need were benefited.
Wis 11:3 They stood against their enemies, and were avenged of their
Wis 11:10 For these thou didst admonish and try, as a father: but the
other, as a severe king, thou didst condemn and punish.
Wis 11:20 Yea, and without these might they have fallen down with one
blast, being persecuted of vengeance, and scattered abroad
through the breath of thy power: but thou hast ordered all
things in measure and number and weight.
Wis 11:9 For when they were tried albeit but in mercy chastised, they
knew how the ungodly were judged in wrath and tormented,
thirsting in another manner than the just.
Wis 11:8 Declaring by that thirst then how thou hadst punished their
Wis 11:12 For a double grief came upon them, and a groaning for the
remembrance of things past.
Wis 11:7 For a manifest reproof of that commandment, whereby the
infants were slain, thou gavest unto them abundance of water by
a means which they hoped not for:
Wis 11:11 Whether they were absent or present, they were vexed alike.
Wis 11:6 For instead of of a perpetual running river troubled with
Wis 11:14 For whom they respected with scorn, when he was long before
thrown out at the casting forth of the infants, him in the end,
when they saw what came to pass, they admired.
Wis 11:4 When they were thirsty, they called upon thee, and water was
given them out of the flinty rock, and their thirst was quenched
out of the hard stone.
Wis 11:1 She prospered their works in the hand of the holy prophet.
Wis 11:2 They went through the wilderness that was not inhabited, and
pitched tents in places where there lay no way.
Wis 11:13 For when they heard by their own punishments the other to be
benefited, they had some feeling of the Lord.
Wis 12:16 For thy power is the beginning of righteousness, and because
thou art the Lord of all, it maketh thee to be gracious unto
Wis 12:18 But thou, mastering thy power, judgest with equity, and
orderest us with great favour: for thou mayest use power when
Wis 12:1 For thine incorruptible Spirit is in all things.
Wis 12:15 Forsomuch then as thou art righteous thyself, thou orderest
all things righteously: thinking it not agreeable with thy power
to condemn him that hath not deserved to be punished.
Wis 12:27 For, look, for what things they grudged, when they were
punished, that is, for them whom they thought to be gods; [now]
being punished in them, when they saw it, they acknowledged him
to be the true God, whom before they denied to know: and
therefore came extreme damnation upon them.
Wis 12:7 That the land, which thou esteemedst above all other, might
receive a worthy colony of God's children.
Wis 12:13 For neither is there any God but thou that careth for all, to
whom thou mightest shew that thy judgment is not unright.
Wis 12:22 Therefore, whereas thou dost chasten us, thou scourgest our
enemies a thousand times more, to the intent that, when we
judge, we should carefully think of thy goodness, and when we
ourselves are judged, we should look for mercy.
Wis 12:12 For who shall say, What hast thou done? or who shall
withstand thy judgment? or who shall accuse thee for the nations
that perish, whom thou made? or who shall come to stand against
thee, to be revenged for the unrighteous men?
Wis 12:25 Therefore unto them, as to children without the use of
reason, thou didst send a judgment to mock them.
Wis 12:11 For it was a cursed seed from the beginning; neither didst
thou for fear of any man give them pardon for those things
wherein they sinned.
Wis 12:19 But by such works hast thou taught thy people that the just
man should be merciful, and hast made thy children to be of a
good hope that thou givest repentance for sins.
Wis 12:24 For they went astray very far in the ways of error, and held
them for gods, which even among the beasts of their enemies were
despised, being deceived, as children of no understanding.
Wis 12:8 Nevertheless even those thou sparedst as men, and didst send
wasps, forerunners of thine host, to destroy them by little and
Wis 12:3 For it was thy will to destroy by the hands of our fathers
both those old inhabitants of thy holy land,
Wis 12:5 And also those merciless murderers of children, and devourers
of man's flesh, and the feasts of blood,
Wis 12:4 Whom thou hatedst for doing most odious works of witchcrafts,
and wicked sacrifices;
Wis 12:6 With their priests out of the midst of their idolatrous crew,
and the parents, that killed with their own hands souls
destitute of help:
Wis 12:20 For if thou didst punish the enemies of thy children, and the
condemned to death, with such deliberation, giving them time and
place, whereby they might be delivered from their malice:
Wis 12:9 Not that thou wast unable to bring the ungodly under the hand
of the righteous in battle, or to destroy them at once with
cruel beasts, or with one rough word:
Wis 12:17 For when men will not believe that thou art of a full power,
thou shewest thy strength, and among them that know it thou
makest their boldness manifest.
Wis 12:2 Therefore chastenest thou them by little and little that
offend, and warnest them by putting them in remembrance wherein
they have offended, that leaving their wickedness they may
believe on thee, O Lord.
Wis 12:23 Wherefore, whereas men have lived dissolutely and
unrighteously, thou hast tormented them with their own
Wis 12:26 But they that would not be reformed by that correction,
wherein he dallied with them, shall feel a judgment worthy of
Wis 12:14 Neither shall king or tyrant be able to set his face against
thee for any whom thou hast punished.
Wis 12:10 But executing thy judgments upon them by little and little,
thou gavest them place of repentance, not being ignorant that
they were a naughty generation, and that their malice was bred
in them, and that their cogitation would never be changed.
Wis 12:21 With how great circumspection didst thou judge thine own
sons, unto whose fathers thou hast sworn, and made covenants of
Wis 13:11 Now a carpenter that felleth timber, after he hath sawn down
a tree meet for the purpose, and taken off all the bark
skilfully round about, and hath wrought it handsomely, and made
a vessel thereof fit for the service of man's life;
Wis 13:13 And taking the very refuse among those which served to no
use, being a crooked piece of wood, and full of knots, hath
carved it diligently, when he had nothing else to do, and formed
it by the skill of his understanding, and fashioned it to the
image of a man;
Wis 13:14 Or made it like some vile beast, laying it over with
vermilion, and with paint colouring it red, and covering every
Wis 13:15 And when he had made a convenient room for it, set it in a
wall, and made it fast with iron:
Wis 13:16 For he provided for it that it might not fall, knowing that
it was unable to help itself; for it is an image, and hath need
Wis 13:17 Then maketh he prayer for his goods, for his wife and
children, and is not ashamed to speak to that which hath no
Wis 13:18 For health he calleth upon that which is weak: for life
prayeth to that which is dead; for aid humbly beseecheth that
which hath least means to help: and for a good journey he asketh
of that which cannot set a foot forward:
Wis 13:19 And for gaining and getting, and for good success of his
hands, asketh ability to do of him, that is most unable to do
Wis 13:12 And after spending the refuse of his work to dress his meat,
hath filled himself;
Wis 13:1 Surely vain are all men by nature, who are ignorant of God,
and could not out of the good things that are seen know him that
is: neither by considering the works did they acknowledge the
Wis 13:4 But if they were astonished at their power and virtue, let
them understand by them, how much mightier he is that made them.
Wis 13:3 With whose beauty if they being delighted took them to be
gods; let them know how much better the Lord of them is: for the
first author of beauty hath created them.
Wis 13:7 For being conversant in his works they search him diligently,
and believe their sight: because the things are beautiful that
Wis 13:5 For by the greatness and beauty of the creatures
proportionably the maker of them is seen.
Wis 13:6 But yet for this they are the less to be blamed: for they
peradventure err, seeking God, and desirous to find him.
Wis 13:9 For if they were able to know so much, that they could aim at
the world; how did they not sooner find out the Lord thereof?
Wis 13:2 But deemed either fire, or wind, or the swift air, or the
circle of the stars, or the violent water, or the lights of
heaven, to be the gods which govern the world.
Wis 13:8 Howbeit neither are they to be pardoned.
Wis 13:10 But miserable are they, and in dead things is their hope, who
call them gods, which are the works of men's hands, gold and
silver, to shew art in, and resemblances of beasts, or a stone
good for nothing, the work of an ancient hand.
September 11, 2013
Wis 14:2 For verily desire of gain devised that, and the workman built
it by his skill.
Wis 14:8 But that which is made with hands is cursed, as well it, as
he that made it: he, because he made it; and it, because, being
corruptible, it was called god.
Wis 14:10 For that which is made shall be punished together with him
that made it.
Wis 14:3 But thy providence, O Father, governeth it: for thou hast
made a way in the sea, and a safe path in the waves;
Wis 14:1 Again, one preparing himself to sail, and about to pass
through the raging waves, calleth upon a piece of wood more
rotten than the vessel that carrieth him.
Wis 14:7 For blessed is the wood whereby righteousness cometh.
Wis 14:5 Nevertheless thou wouldest not that the works of thy wisdom
should be idle, and therefore do men commit their lives to a
small piece of wood, and passing the rough sea in a weak vessel
Wis 14:6 For in the old time also, when the proud giants perished, the
hope of the world governed by thy hand escaped in a weak vessel,
and left to all ages a seed of generation.
Wis 14:4 Shewing that thou canst save from all danger: yea, though a
man went to sea without art.
Wis 14:13 For neither were they from the beginning, neither shall they
be for ever.
Wis 14:11 Therefore even upon the idols of the Gentiles shall there be
a visitation: because in the creature of God they are become an
abomination, and stumblingblocks to the souls of men, and a
snare to the feet of the unwise.
Wis 14:12 For the devising of idols was the beginning of spiritual
fornication, and the invention of them the corruption of life.
Wis 14:16 Thus in process of time an ungodly custom grown strong was
kept as a law, and graven images were worshipped by the
commandments of kings.
Wis 14:29 For insomuch as their trust is in idols, which have no life;
though they swear falsely, yet they look not to be hurt.
Wis 14:17 Whom men could not honour in presence, because they dwelt far
off, they took the counterfeit of his visage from far, and made
an express image of a king whom they honoured, to the end that
by this their forwardness they might flatter him that was
absent, as if he were present.
Wis 14:14 For by the vain glory of men they entered into the world, and
therefore shall they come shortly to an end.
Wis 14:22 Moreover this was not enough for them, that they erred in the
knowledge of God; but whereas they lived in the great war of
ignorance, those so great plagues called they peace.
Wis 14:15 For a father afflicted with untimely mourning, when he hath
made an image of his child soon taken away, now honoured him as
a god, which was then a dead man, and delivered to those that
were under him ceremonies and sacrifices.
Wis 14:21 And this was an occasion to deceive the world: for men,
serving either calamity or tyranny, did ascribe unto stones and
stocks the incommunicable name.
Wis 14:19 For he, peradventure willing to please one in authority,
forced all his skill to make the resemblance of the best
Wis 14:20 And so the multitude, allured by the grace of the work, took
him now for a god, which a little before was but honoured.
Wis 14:23 For whilst they slew their children in sacrifices, or used
secret ceremonies, or made revellings of strange rites;
Wis 14:24 They kept neither lives nor marriages any longer undefiled:
but either one slew another traiterously, or grieved him by
Wis 14:9 For the ungodly and his ungodliness are both alike hateful
Wis 14:25 So that there reigned in all men without exception blood,
manslaughter, theft, and dissimulation, corruption,
unfaithfulness, tumults, perjury,
Wis 14:26 Disquieting of good men, forgetfulness of good turns,
defiling of souls, changing of kind, disorder in marriages,
adultery, and shameless uncleanness.
Wis 14:28 For either they are mad when they be merry, or prophesy lies,
or live unjustly, or else lightly forswear themselves.
Wis 14:30 Howbeit for both causes shall they be justly punished: both
because they thought not well of God, giving heed unto idols,
and also unjustly swore in deceit, despising holiness.
Wis 14:27 For the worshipping of idols not to be named is the
beginning, the cause, and the end, of all evil.
Wis 14:18 Also the singular diligence of the artificer did help to set
forward the ignorant to more superstition.
Wis 14:31 For it is not the power of them by whom they swear: but it is
the just vengeance of sinners, that punisheth always the offence
of the ungodly.
Wis 15:3 For to know thee is perfect righteousness: yea, to know thy
power is the root of immortality.
Wis 15:11 Forasmuch as he knew not his Maker, and him that inspired
into him an active soul, and breathed in a living spirit.
Wis 15:10 His heart is ashes, his hope is more vile than earth, and his
life of less value than clay:
Wis 15:1 But thou, O God, art gracious and true, longsuffering, and in
mercy ordering all things,
Wis 15:2 For if we sin, we are thine, knowing thy power: but we will
not sin, knowing that we are counted thine.
Wis 15:12 But they counted our life a pastime, and our time here a
market for gain: for, say they, we must be getting every way,
though it be by evil means.
Wis 15:14 And all the enemies of thy people, that hold them in
subjection, are most foolish, and are more miserable than very
Wis 15:15 For they counted all the idols of the heathen to be gods:
which neither have the use of eyes to see, nor noses to draw
breath, nor ears to hear, nor fingers of hands to handle; and as
for their feet, they are slow to go.
Wis 15:18 Yea, they worshipped those beasts also that are most hateful:
for being compared together, some are worse than others.
Wis 15:19 Neither are they beautiful, so much as to be desired in
respect of beasts: but they went without the praise of God and
Wis 15:16 For man made them, and he that borrowed his own spirit
fashioned them: but no man can make a god like unto himself.
Wis 15:8 And employing his labours lewdly, he maketh a vain god of the
same clay, even he which a little before was made of earth
himself, and within a little while after returneth to the same,
out when his life which was lent him shall be demanded.
Wis 15:17 For being mortal, he worketh a dead thing with wicked hands:
for he himself is better than the things which he worshippeth:
whereas he lived once, but they never.
Wis 15:9 Notwithstanding his care is, not that he shall have much
labour, nor that his life is short: but striveth to excel
goldsmiths and silversmiths, and endeavoureth to do like the
workers in brass, and counteth it his glory to make counterfeit
Wis 15:13 For this man, that of earthly matter maketh brittle vessels
and graven images, knoweth himself to offend above all others.
Wis 15:5 The sight whereof enticeth fools to lust after it, and so
they desire the form of a dead image, that hath no breath.
Wis 15:7 For the potter, tempering soft earth, fashioneth every vessel
with much labour for our service: yea, of the same clay he
maketh both the vessels that serve for clean uses, and likewise
also all such as serve to the contrary: but what is the use of
either sort, the potter himself is the judge.
Wis 15:6 Both they that make them, they that desire them, and they
that worship them, are lovers of evil things, and are worthy to
have such things to trust upon.
Wis 15:4 For neither did the mischievous invention of men deceive us,
nor an image spotted with divers colours, the painter's
Wis 16:24 For the creature that serveth thee, who art the Maker
increaseth his strength against the unrighteous for their
punishment, and abateth his strength for the benefit of such as
put their trust in thee.
Wis 16:14 A man indeed killeth through his malice: and the spirit, when
it is gone forth, returneth not; neither the soul received up
Wis 16:29 For the hope of the unthankful shall melt away as the
winter's hoar frost, and shall run away as unprofitable water.
Wis 16:20 Instead whereof thou feddest thine own people with angels'
food, and didst send them from heaven bread prepared without
their labour, able to content every man's delight, and agreeing
to every taste.
Wis 16:21 For thy sustenance declared thy sweetness unto thy children,
and serving to the appetite of the eater, tempered itself to
every man's liking.
Wis 16:25 Therefore even then was it altered into all fashions, and was
obedient to thy grace, that nourisheth all things, according to
the desire of them that had need:
Wis 16:4 For it was requisite, that upon them exercising tyranny
should come penury, which they could not avoid: but to these it
should only be shewed how their enemies were tormented.
Wis 16:2 Instead of which punishment, dealing graciously with thine
own people, thou preparedst for them meat of a strange taste,
even quails to stir up their appetite:
Wis 16:3 To the end that they, desiring food, might for the ugly sight
of the beasts sent among them lothe even that, which they must
needs desire; but these, suffering penury for a short space,
might be made partakers of a strange taste.
Wis 16:7 For he that turned himself toward it was not saved by the
thing that he saw, but by thee, that art the Saviour of all.
Wis 16:26 That thy children, O Lord, whom thou lovest, might know, that
it is not the growing of fruits that nourisheth man: but that it
is thy word, which preserveth them that put their trust in thee.
Wis 16:16 For the ungodly, that denied to know thee, were scourged by
the strength of thine arm: with strange rains, hails, and
showers, were they persecuted, that they could not avoid, and
through fire were they consumed.
Wis 16:19 And at another time it burneth even in the midst of water
above the power of fire, that it might destroy the fruits of an
Wis 16:27 For that which was not destroyed of the fire, being warmed
with a little sunbeam, soon melted away:
Wis 16:22 But snow and ice endured the fire, and melted not, that they
might know that fire burning in the hail, and sparkling in the
rain, did destroy the fruits of the enemies.
Wis 16:17 For, which is most to be wondered at, the fire had more force
in the water, that quencheth all things: for the world fighteth
for the righteous.
Wis 16:15 But it is not possible to escape thine hand.
Wis 16:18 For sometime the flame was mitigated, that it might not burn
up the beasts that were sent against the ungodly; but themselves
might see and perceive that they were persecuted with the
judgment of God.
Wis 16:1 Therefore by the like were they punished worthily, and by the
multitude of beasts tormented.
Wis 16:9 For them the bitings of grasshoppers and flies killed,
neither was there found any remedy for their life: for they were
worthy to be punished by such.
Wis 16:23 But this again did even forget his own strength, that the
righteous might be nourished.
Wis 16:5 For when the horrible fierceness of beasts came upon these,
and they perished with the stings of crooked serpents, thy wrath
endured not for ever:
Wis 16:6 But they were troubled for a small season, that they might be
admonished, having a sign of salvation, to put them in
remembrance of the commandment of thy law.
Wis 16:11 For they were pricked, that they should remember thy words;
and were quickly saved, that not falling into deep
forgetfulness, they might be continually mindful of thy
Wis 16:8 And in this thou madest thine enemies confess, that it is
thou who deliverest from all evil:
Wis 16:10 But thy sons not the very teeth of venomous dragons overcame:
for thy mercy was ever by them, and healed them.
Wis 16:12 For it was neither herb, nor mollifying plaister, that
restored them to health: but thy word, O Lord, which healeth all
Wis 16:28 That it might be known, that we must prevent the sun to give
thee thanks, and at the dayspring pray unto thee.
Wis 16:13 For thou hast power of life and death: thou leadest to the
gates of hell, and bringest up again.
You must better then they are, better then there kind. Abstain from the same mistake, choose the peace that I intend, and not the pain and suffering of your own motivations. Learn now, against a kind that has no value in your judgment ... but they have value dead. We will talk again soon about what will be done soon.
September 11, 2013
Wis 17:20 For the whole world shined with clear light, and none were
hindered in their labour:
Wis 17:6 Only there appeared unto them a fire kindled of itself, very
dreadful: for being much terrified, they thought the things
which they saw to be worse than the sight they saw not.
Wis 17:12 For fear is nothing else but a betraying of the succours
which reason offereth.
Wis 17:13 And the expectation from within, being less, counteth the
ignorance more than the cause which bringeth the torment.
Wis 17:9 For though no terrible thing did fear them; yet being scared
with beasts that passed by, and hissing of serpents,
Wis 17:18 Whether it were a whistling wind, or a melodious noise of
birds among the spreading branches, or a pleasing fall of water
Wis 17:19 Or a terrible sound of stones cast down, or a running that
could not be seen of skipping beasts, or a roaring voice of most
savage wild beasts, or a rebounding echo from the hollow
mountains; these things made them to swoon for fear.
Wis 17:17 For whether he were husbandman, or shepherd, or a labourer in
the field, he was overtaken, and endured that necessity, which
could not be avoided: for they were all bound with one chain of
Wis 17:21 Over them only was spread an heavy night, an image of that
darkness which should afterward receive them: but yet were they
unto themselves more grievous than the darkness.
Wis 17:11 For wickedness, condemned by her own witness, is very
timorous, and being pressed with conscience, always forecasteth
Wis 17:7 As for the illusions of art magick, they were put down, and
their vaunting in wisdom was reproved with disgrace.
Wis 17:2 For when unrighteous men thought to oppress the holy nation;
they being shut up in their houses, the prisoners of darkness,
and fettered with the bonds of a long night, lay [there] exiled
from the eternal providence.
Wis 17:14 But they sleeping the same sleep that night, which was indeed
intolerable, and which came upon them out of the bottoms of
Wis 17:3 For while they supposed to lie hid in their secret sins, they
were scattered under a dark veil of forgetfulness, being
horribly astonished, and troubled with [strange] apparitions.
Wis 17:15 Were partly vexed with monstrous apparitions, and partly
fainted, their heart failing them: for a sudden fear, and not
looked for, came upon them.
Wis 17:8 For they, that promised to drive away terrors and troubles
from a sick soul, were sick themselves of fear, worthy to be
Wis 17:16 So then whosoever there fell down was straitly kept, shut up
in a prison without iron bars,
Wis 17:4 For neither might the corner that held them keep them from
fear: but noises [as of waters] falling down sounded about them,
and sad visions appeared unto them with heavy countenances.
Wis 17:5 No power of the fire might give them light: neither could the
bright flames of the stars endure to lighten that horrible
Wis 17:10 They died for fear, denying that they saw the air, which
could of no side be avoided.
Wis 17:1 For great are thy judgments, and cannot be expressed:
therefore unnurtured souls have erred.
Wis 18:15 Thine Almighty word leaped down from heaven out of thy royal
throne, as a fierce man of war into the midst of a land of
Wis 18:5 And when they had determined to slay the babes of the saints,
one child being cast forth, and saved, to reprove them, thou
tookest away the multitude of their children, and destroyedst
them altogether in a mighty water.
Wis 18:19 For the dreams that troubled them did foreshew this, lest
they should perish, and not know why they were afflicted.
Wis 18:18 And one thrown here, and another there, half dead, shewed the
cause of his death.
Wis 18:17 Then suddenly visions of horrible dreams troubled them sore,
and terrors came upon them unlooked for.
Wis 18:6 Of that night were our fathers certified afore, that
assuredly knowing unto what oaths they had given credence, they
might afterwards be of good cheer.
Wis 18:4 For they were worthy to be deprived of light and imprisoned
in darkness, who had kept thy sons shut up, by whom the
uncorrupt light of the law was to be given unto the world.
Wis 18:2 But for that they did not hurt them now, of whom they had
been wronged before, they thanked them, and besought them pardon
for that they had been enemies.
Wis 18:14 For while all things were in quiet silence, and that night
was in the midst of her swift course,
Wis 18:10 But on the other side there sounded an ill according cry of
the enemies, and a lamentable noise was carried abroad for
children that were bewailed.
Wis 18:13 For whereas they would not believe any thing by reason of the
enchantments; upon the destruction of the firstborn, they
acknowledged this people to be the sons of God.
Wis 18:12 So they all together had innumerable dead with one kind of
death; neither were the living sufficient to bury them: for in
one moment the noblest offspring of them was destroyed.
Wis 18:11 The master and the servant were punished after one manner;
and like as the king, so suffered the common person.
Wis 18:1 Nevertheless thy saints had a very great light, whose voice
they hearing, and not seeing their shape, because they also had
not suffered the same things, they counted them happy.
Wis 18:7 So of thy people was accepted both the salvation of the
righteous, and destruction of the enemies.
Wis 18:8 For wherewith thou didst punish our adversaries, by the same
thou didst glorify us, whom thou hadst called.
Wis 18:25 Unto these the destroyer gave place, and was afraid of them:
for it was enough that they only tasted of the wrath.
Wis 18:3 Instead whereof thou gavest them a burning pillar of fire,
both to be a guide of the unknown journey, and an harmless sun
to entertain them honourably.
Wis 18:9 For the righteous children of good men did sacrifice
secretly, and with one consent made a holy law, that the saints
should be like partakers of the same good and evil, the fathers
now singing out the songs of praise.
Wis 18:20 Yea, the tasting of death touched the righteous also, and
there was a destruction of the multitude in the wilderness: but
the wrath endured not long.
Wis 18:23 For when the dead were now fallen down by heaps one upon
another, standing between, he stayed the wrath, and parted the
way to the living.
Wis 18:22 So he overcame the destroyer, not with strength of body, nor
force of arms, but with a word subdued him that punished,
alleging the oaths and covenants made with the fathers.
Wis 18:21 For then the blameless man made haste, and stood forth to
defend them; and bringing the shield of his proper ministry,
even prayer, and the propitiation of incense, set himself
against the wrath, and so brought the calamity to an end,
declaring that he was thy servant.
Wis 18:16 And brought thine unfeigned commandment as a sharp sword, and
standing up filled all things with death; and it touched the
heaven, but it stood upon the earth.
Wis 18:24 For in the long garment was the whole world, and in the four
rows of the stones was the glory of the fathers graven, and thy
Majesty upon the daidem of his head.
Wis 19:22 For in all things, O Lord, thou didst magnify thy people, and
glorify them, neither didst thou lightly regard them: but didst
assist them in every time and place.
Wis 19:19 For earthly things were turned into watery, and the things,
that before swam in the water, now went upon the ground.
Wis 19:21 On the other side, the flames wasted not the flesh of the
corruptible living things, though they walked therein; neither
melted they the icy kind of heavenly meat that was of nature apt
Wis 19:20 The fire had power in the water, forgetting his own virtue:
and the water forgat his own quenching nature.
Wis 19:18 For the elements were changed in themselves by a kind of
harmony, like as in a psaltery notes change the name of the
tune, and yet are always sounds; which may well be perceived by
the sight of the things that have been done.
Wis 19:1 As for the ungodly, wrath came upon them without mercy unto
the end: for he knew before what they would do;
Wis 19:3 For whilst they were yet mourning and making lamentation at
the graves of the dead, they added another foolish device, and
pursued them as fugitives, whom they had intreated to be gone.
Wis 19:5 And that thy people might pass a wonderful way: but they
might find a strange death.
Wis 19:4 For the destiny, whereof they were worthy, drew them unto
this end, and made them forget the things that had already
happened, that they might fulfil the punishment which was
wanting to their torments:
Wis 19:2 How that having given them leave to depart, and sent them
hastily away, they would repent and pursue them.
Wis 19:6 For the whole creature in his proper kind was fashioned again
anew, serving the peculiar commandments that were given unto
them, that thy children might be kept without hurt:
Wis 19:8 Wherethrough all the people went that were defended with thy
hand, seeing thy marvellous strange wonders.
Wis 19:9 For they went at large like horses, and leaped like lambs,
praising thee, O Lord, who hadst delivered them.
Wis 19:7 As namely, a cloud shadowing the camp; and where water stood
before, dry land appeared; and out of the Red sea a way without
impediment; and out of the violent stream a green field:
Wis 19:12 For quails came up unto them from the sea for their
Wis 19:11 But afterwards they saw a new generation of fowls, when,
being led with their appetite, they asked delicate meats.
Wis 19:13 And punishments came upon the sinners not without former
signs by the force of thunders: for they suffered justly
according to their own wickedness, insomuch as they used a more
hard and hateful behaviour toward strangers.
Wis 19:15 And not only so, but peradventure some respect shall be had
of those, because they used strangers not friendly:
Wis 19:10 For they were yet mindful of the things that were done while
they sojourned in the strange land, how the ground brought forth
flies instead of cattle, and how the river cast up a multitude
of frogs instead of fishes.
Wis 19:16 But these very grievously afflicted them, whom they had
received with feastings, and were already made partakers of the
same laws with them.
Wis 19:14 For the Sodomites did not receive those, whom they knew not
when they came: but these brought friends into bondage, that had
well deserved of them.
Wis 19:17 Therefore even with blindness were these stricken, as those
were at the doors of the righteous man: when, being compassed
about with horrible great darkness, every one sought the passage
of his own doors.
The Book of Wisdom ... Wisdom is another name for the Holy Spirit the inheritance. So there is no wonder, that the Exodus would be view, as this is not only the place where the Antichrist would be elected. This is also the place of very specific activity that mirrors the Cosmic Shift ... The Black Shroud Dancing, Euthanasia ... Nibiru the Fire that does not hurt the eyes or flesh or the earth, but translated into stones "UFO"'s. We can see all these things come together, as we gain the greater understanding. Of matching Nostradamus's visualization of the Cosmic Shift, with the visualization we are presented from the Book of Wisdom.
Tomorrow or the day after, I will walk around the City of Philadelpha, we have reach such a level in this conversation, you can expect to see thousands ... in the news. We have clearly demonstrated, the future of mankind is more important then a few billion disillusioned individuals that have no place in my covenant. Now, let them perish, you are learning now not to make the same mistake in the day that is soon approaching, you will receive the same response. Euthanasia.
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