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Unfriendly Reminder

The moment when you realize that Jon didn’t talk about the future here:

“I see lakes flooding their shores, swallowing men whole. I see a man with one eye, his coat blue, his gun smoking -”

Farley beats a fist against the table. “Enough!” (Glass Sword page 301)

but about how Farley’s mother and sister died:

“The king of the Lakelands punished us himself.  (…) My father and I were away when he raised the shores of the Hud, pulling water out of the bay to flood our village and wipe it from the face of his kingdom.”

“They drowned,” I murmur. (King’s Cage page 387)

Do you agree, @lilyharvord @dewydrael @the-little-lightning-queen ?

WHO IS HE?

In Genesis, He is the seed of the woman.
In Exodus, He is the Passover Lamb.
In Leviticus, He is our High Priest.
In Numbers, He is pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night.
In Deuteronomy, He is the prophet like unto Moses.
In Joshua, He is the captain of our salvation.
In Judges, He is our judge and lawgiver.
In Ruth, He is our kinsman redeemer.
In I and II Samuel, He is our trusted prophet.
In Kings and Chronicles, He is our reigning king.
In Erza, He is our faithful scribe.
In Nehemiah, He is the rebuilder of the broken down walls of human life.
In Ester, He is our Mordecai.
In Job, He is our ever-living redeemer: “For I know my redeemer lives.”
In Psalms, He is our shepherd.
In Proverbs and Ecclesiastes, He is our wisdom.
In Song of Solomon, He is the lover and the bridegroom.
In Isaiah, He is the prince of peace.
In Jeremiah, He is the righteous branch.
In Lamentations, He is the weeping prophet.
In Ezekiel, He is the wonderful four-faced man.
In Daniel, He is the fourth man walking in the midst of the burning fiery furnaces of life.
In Hosea, He is the husband forever married to the backslider.
In Joel, He is the mighty baptizer in the Holy Ghost.
In Amos, He is my burden bearer.
In Obadiah, He is mighty to save.
In Jonah, He is God’s great foreign missionary.
In Micah, He is the messenger of beautiful feet.
In Nahum, He is the avenger of God’s elect.
In Habakkuk, He is God’s evangelist, crying, “Revive thy work in the midst of the years.”
In Zephaniah, He is our Savior.
In Haggai, He is the restorer of the lost heritage of Israel.
In Zechariah, He is fountain opened up on the house of David for sin and uncleanness.
In Malachi, He is the Son of Righteousness arisen with healing in His wings.
In Matthew, He is the Messiah.
In Mark, He is the wonder worker.
In Luke, He is the Son of Man.
In John, He is the Son of God.
In Acts, He is the mighty baptizer in the Holy Ghost.
In Romans, He is my justifier.
In Corinthians, He is my sanctifier.
In Galatians, He is the redeemer from the curse of the law.
In Ephesians, He is the Christ of unsearchable riches.
In Philippians, He is the God that supplies all my needs.
In Colossians, He is the fullness of the godhead bodily.
In I and II Thessalonians, He is my soon-coming King!
In I and II Timothy, He is the mediator between God and man.
In Tidus, He is my faithful pastor.
In Philemon, He is the friend that sticketh closer than a brother.
In Hebrews, He is the blood of the everlasting covenant.
In James, He is our Great Physician, for “the prayer of faith shall save the sick.”
In I and II Peter, He is my good shepherd.
In I John, He is love.
In II John, He is love.  
In III John, He is love.
In Jude, He is the Lord coming with 10,000 of His saints.
In Revelation, He is King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

HE IS THE WORD OF GOD.

WHO  IS HE?

WHO IS HE?

In Genesis, He is the seed of the woman.
In Exodus, He is the Passover Lamb.
In Leviticus, He is our High Priest.
In Numbers, He is pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night.
In Deuteronomy, He is the prophet like unto Moses.
In Joshua, He is the captain of our salvation.
In Judges, He is our judge and lawgiver.
In Ruth, He is our kinsman redeemer.
In I and II Samuel, He is our trusted prophet.
In Kings and Chronicles, He is our reigning king.
In Erza, He is our faithful scribe.
In Nehemiah, He is the rebuilder of the broken down walls of human life.
In Ester, He is our Mordecai.
In Job, He is our ever-living redeemer: “For I know my redeemer lives.”
In Psalms, He is our shepherd.
In Proverbs and Ecclesiastes, He is our wisdom.
In Song of Solomon, He is the lover and the bridegroom.
In Isaiah, He is the prince of peace.
In Jeremiah, He is the righteous branch.
In Lamentations, He is the weeping prophet.
In Ezekiel, He is the wonderful four-faced man.
In Daniel, He is the fourth man walking in the midst of the burning fiery furnaces of life.
In Hosea, He is the husband forever married to the backslider.
In Joel, He is the mighty baptizer in the Holy Ghost.
In Amos, He is my burden bearer.
In Obadiah, He is mighty to save.
In Jonah, He is God’s great foreign missionary.
In Micah, He is the messenger of beautiful feet.
In Nahum, He is the avenger of God’s elect.
In Habakkuk, He is God’s evangelist, crying, “Revive thy work in the midst of the years.”
In Zephaniah, He is our Savior.
In Haggai, He is the restorer of the lost heritage of Israel.
In Zechariah, He is fountain opened up on the house of David for sin and uncleanness.
In Malachi, He is the Son of Righteousness arisen with healing in His wings.
In Matthew, He is the Messiah.
In Mark, He is the wonder worker.
In Luke, He is the Son of Man.
In John, He is the Son of God.
In Acts, He is the mighty baptizer in the Holy Ghost.
In Romans, He is my justifier.
In Corinthians, He is my sanctifier.
In Galatians, He is the redeemer from the curse of the law.
In Ephesians, He is the Christ of unsearchable riches.
In Philippians, He is the God that supplies all my needs.
In Colossians, He is the fullness of the godhead bodily.
In I and II Thessalonians, He is my soon-coming King!
In I and II Timothy, He is the mediator between God and man.
In Tidus, He is my faithful pastor.
In Philemon, He is the friend that sticketh closer than a brother.
In Hebrews, He is the blood of the everlasting covenant.
In James, He is our Great Physician, for “the prayer of faith shall save the sick.”
In I and II Peter, He is my good shepherd.
In I John, He is love.
In II John, He is love.
In III John, He is love.
In Jude, He is the Lord coming with 10,000 of His saints.
In Revelation, He is King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

HE IS THE WORD OF GOD.

Afraid of King’s Cage

So, I reread Jon’s prophecy about the Colonel because I thought I might use it in my fanfiction like having Firebird deal with the problem which I thought was frozen rivers. But I remembered wrong:

I see lakes flooding their shores, swallowing men whole. (Glass Sword page 301)

You know which place can be flooded? The Scarlet Guard base in Irabelle (see Steel Scars in Cruel Crown, page 65)

One order from the Colonel and the whole place goes under, drowned like the old world before it.

And now I get paranoid and in too deep and think that the rebels and civillians will move to Irabelle and Maven’s soldiers or whoever (I think it’s in the Lakelands) will sabotage the base to be flooded while everyone is still inside!

Or: In my fanfiction, I have voiced the idea that Maven will attack Tuck of which his mindreaders learned from Mare. But I have the Scarlet Guard be aware of this and pre-empting him, evacuating everyone and setting a trap.

But what if they don’t? What if Maven has Tuck attacked and everyone is still there?

And the other prophecy on page 301:

Shadow twisting on a bed of flames.

Okay, this could be anything, but it’s definitely angsty. But why shadow, not “a shadow” or “shadows”? Is that a literal bed?

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