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Chapter 6 22 And suddenly shall the sown places appear unsown, the full storehouses shall suddenly be found empty:23 And tha trumpet shall give a sound, which when every man heareth, they shall be suddenly afraid.24 At that time shall friends fight one against another like enemies, and the earth shall stand in fear with those that dwell therein, the springs of the fountains shall stand still, and in three hours they shall not run.25 Whosoever remaineth from all these that I have told thee shall escape, and see my salvation, and the end of your world.26 And the men that are received shall see it, who have not tasted death from their birth: and the heart of the inhabitants shall be changed, and turned into another meaning.27 For evil shall be put out, and deceit shall be quenched.28 As for faith, it shall flourish, corruption shall be overcome, and the truth, which hath been so long without fruit, shall be declared.29 And when he talked with me, behold, I looked by little and little upon him before whom I stood.30 And these words said he unto me; I am come to shew thee the time of the night to come.31 If thou wilt pray yet more, and fast seven days again, I shall tell thee greater things by day than I have heard.32 For thy voice is heard before the most High: for the Mighty hath seen thy righteous dealing, he hath seen also thy chastity, which thou hast had ever since thy youth.33 And therefore hath he sent me to shew thee all these things, and to say unto thee, Be of good comfort and fear not34 And hasten not with the times that are past, to think vain things, that thou mayest not hasten from the latter times.35 And it came to pass after this, that I wept again, and fasted seven days in like manner, that I might fulfil the three weeks which he told me.36 And in the eighth night was my heart vexed within me again, and I began to speak before the most High.37 For my spirit was greatly set on fire, and my soul was in distress.38 And I said, O Lord, thou spakest from the beginning of the creation, even the first day, and saidst thus; Let heaven and earth be made; and thy word was a perfect work.39 And then was the spirit, and darkness and silence were on every side; the sound of man's voice was not yet formed.40 Then commandedst thou a fair light to come forth of thy treasures, that thy work might appear.41 Upon the second day thou madest the spirit of the firmament, and commandedst it to part asunder, and to make a division betwixt the waters, that the one part might go up, and the other remain beneath.42 Upon the third day thou didst command that the waters should be gathered in the seventh part of the earth: six pats hast thou dried up, and kept them, to the intent that of these some being planted of God and tilled might serve thee.43 For as soon as thy word went forth the work was made.44 For immediately there was great and innumerable fruit, and many and divers pleasures for the taste, and flowers of unchangeable colour, and odours of wonderful smell: and this was done the third day.