Table Of Contents
- 1 Introduction to the repentance Of Kings And The Mighty: From The Book Of Noah Fragment.
- 1.1 Two examples of the judgment of kings, the mighty and the strong in the Book of Enoch.
- 1.2 God has written a specific ordinance in Heaven regarding the judgment of kings, the strong and the mighty
- 1.3 The judgment and repentance of the wicked is by the writers of the Holy Bible.
- 1.4 Book of Noah Fragment – Chapter 63
- 1.5 The unavailing Repentance of the Kings and the Mighty.
- 1.6 Book of Noah Fragment: Chapter 64.
- 1.7 Vision of the fallen Angels in the Place of Punishment.
Introduction to the repentance Of Kings And The Mighty: From The Book Of Noah Fragment.
The repentance of kings and the mighty in the Book of Noah Fragment, Chapter 63, is very satisfying to read. It is satisfying because, as the Book of Enoch revealed, Kings, the mighty, the strong, and those who possess the earth are cruel and oppressive.
However, this repentance took place too late, when the day of repentance had passed. It took place when the kings, strong and the mighty discovered too late, that they had been judged according to “the ordinance written,” and were condemned to eternal punishment.
Two examples of the judgment of kings, the mighty and the strong in the Book of Enoch.
JUDGMENT is a MAJOR theme that is threaded throughout the Book of Enoch. When you read, pay attention to the judgment of sinners. Do not gloss over this theme.
Here are two examples:
– Sinners shall be judged for their sins, and shall be driven from the face of the earth. (Book of Enoch 38: 1).
The Son of Man judges kings, the mighty and strong. (Book of Enoch 45: 4-8).
God has written a specific ordinance in Heaven regarding the judgment of kings, the strong and the mighty
God has written down a law regarding the judgment of kings, the mighty and the strong.He will deliver them to His Angels of Punishment for vengeance
Thus spake the Lord of Spirits:
‘This is the ordinance and judgement with respect to the mighty and the kings and the exalted and those who possess the earth before the Lord of Spirits.’ (Book of Enoch 63: 12>.
Here are THREE highlights of the ordinance:
– They will confess Him as their Lord.
– They will descend to the “burden of Sheol.”
– They will beg for rest and respite or a break to praise Him.
The Book of Enoch opens on the theme of judgment. This is cause for the Righteous to rejoice and sinners to quake in fear. This is a warning and the Law of First Things:
And behold! He cometh with ten thousands of ⌈His⌉ holy ones
To execute judgement upon all,
And to destroy ⌈all⌉ the ungodly. (Book of Enoch 1:9).
The judgment and repentance of the wicked is by the writers of the Holy Bible.
Every knee will bow and confess God is Lord
I have sworn by myself, the word is gone out of my mouth in righteousness, and shall not return, That unto me every knee shall bow, every tongue shall swear. (Isaiah 45:23).
That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth. (Philippians 2:10).
The saints are commanded to execute the judgment written with the Word of God and high praises.
Let the saints be joyful in glory: let them sing aloud upon their beds.
Let the high praises of God be in their mouth, and a twoedged sword in their hand;
To execute vengeance upon the heathen, and punishments upon the people;
To bind their kings with chains, and their nobles with fetters of iron;
To execute upon them the judgment written: this honour have all his saints. Praise ye the LORD. (Psalm 149: 5-9).
Book of Noah Fragment – Chapter 63
1. In those days shall the mighty and the kings who possess the earth implore (Him) to grant them a little respite from His angels of punishment to whom they were delivered,
that they might fall down and worship before the Lord of Spirits, and confess their sins before Him.
2. And they shall bless and glorify the Lord of Spirits, and say:
‘Blessed is the Lord of Spirits and the Lord of kings,
And the Lord of the mighty and the Lord of the rich,
And the Lord of glory and the Lord of wisdom,
3. And splendid in every secret thing is Thy power from generation to generation,
And Thy glory for ever and ever:
Deep are all Thy secrets and innumerable,
And Thy righteousness is beyond reckoning.
4. We have now learnt that we should glorify
And bless the Lord of kings and Him who is king over all kings.’
5. And they shall say:
‘Would that we had rest to glorify and give thanks
And confess our faith before His glory!
6. And now we long for a little rest but find it not:
We follow hard upon and obtain (it) not:
And light has vanished from before us,
And darkness is our dwelling-place for ever and ever:
7. For we have not believed before Him
Nor glorified the name of the Lord of Spirits, [nor glorified our Lord]
But our hope was in the sceptre of our kingdom,
And in our glory.
8. And in the day of our suffering and tribulation He saves us not,
And we find no respite for confession
That our Lord is true in all His works, and in His judgements and His justice,
And His judgements have no respect of persons.
9. And we pass away from before His face on account of our works,
And all our sins are reckoned up in righteousness.’
10. Now they shall say unto themselves: ‘Our souls are full of unrighteous gain, but it does not prevent us from descending from the midst thereof into the †burden† of Sheol.’
11. And after that their faces shall be filled with darkness
And shame before that Son of Man,
And they shall be driven from his presence,
And the sword shall abide before his face in their midst.
12. Thus spake the Lord of Spirits:
‘This is the ordinance and judgement with respect to the mighty and the kings and the exalted and those who possess the earth before the Lord of Spirits.’
Book of Noah Fragment: Chapter 64.
Vision of the fallen Angels in the Place of Punishment.
1. And other forms I saw hidden in that place.
2. I heard the voice of the angel saying: ‘These are the angels who descended to the earth, and revealed what was hidden to the children of men and seduced the children of men into committing sin.’