Comparison Of The Definitive Thing.
== Purity And Poise With Wisdom of Solomon (Chapt. 13 vv.1-6 Of
The Apocrypha Section Of The Holy Bible. ==
(A thing is an contagious emotive influential natural living energy or entity
that takes form from a desire to perfected or prefect a love, passion or more
desires as an impressible or conceivable qualities or quantities.)
Surely as vain are all men by nature;
(When driven with conceptual sensations and emotive spirits is this desperated
who are ignorant of God, and could not out of the good things that are
seen know him that is.
(Which are those who ignored the experienced truth from peering into one's
self as an as you ARE not as you IS with one and others cultivation matures.)
neither by considering the works did they acknowledge the workmaster; 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,
(while maintaining the ableness to conceived earthen passages and devised
one's self learned into self-masteries.)
to be the gods which govern the world; with whose beauty? if they being
(By a quality that infested inspiration inward converting the emotive void and
sadness into joyful motivation and mends.)
took them to be gods.
(Into view is such an archetype found surpassing one's own's maturities, so
admirably well that one would reappeared emulating these example's type to the
delights of the archetypal masteries.)
let them know how much better the Lord of them is:
(For an archetypal conducting templates can guide well enough with an
archetypal infatuated guile and can experience and govern more within all
other cultivated matures and conducts well within any given stately manner or
mind state propers.)
for the first author of beauty hath created them.
(And there with these first great authors of beauty they are to be and not
manned as IS and not fulfilled alone within their guides and guiles' templates
as a communicate and caring charge.)
But if they were astonished at their power and virtue, let them understand
by them, how much mightier he is that made them.
(To orderly manned perfection and prefection the loves, the passions and more
desires are the same as to manned the beauty known as life)
For by the greatness and beauty of the creatures proportionably, the maker
of them is seen, but yet for this;
(To the thing, "a life" fully mend and manned, aged, and able is to and is for all things' and all souls' created,
a Creator and also, the mastery's makers, perfecters and prefectures for all things to come and be evermore made
and all others' things and souls found, seen and as evenmore for new learning and knew knowledge found not forever evermore
resolvable and continuously mendable.
they are the less to be blamed: for they peradventure err, seeking God, and
desirous to find him.
(For a desirable passionate love of life.)
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
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.
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.
4 But if they were astonished at their
power and virtue, let them understand by them, how much mightier he is that
5 For by the greatness and beauty of the
creatures proportionably the maker of them is seen.
6 But yet for this they are the less to
be blamed: for they peradventure err, seeking God, and desirous to find him.
being conversant in his works they search him diligently, and believe their
sight: because the things are beautiful that are seen.
8 Howbeit neither are they to be
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
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.
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;
12 And after spending the refuse of his
work to dress his meat, hath filled himself;
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;
14 Or made it like some vile beast,
laying it over with vermilion, and with paint colouring it red, and covering
every spot therein;
15 And when he had made a convenient
room for it, set it in a wall, and made it fast with iron:
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 of help:
17 Then maketh he prayer for his goods,
for his wife and children, and is not ashamed to speak to that which hath no
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:
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 any thing.