The Concluding Section of the Book: Self-indulgence of Sinners: Sin originated by Man: all Sin recorded in Heaven: Woes for the Sinners.
nd now I swear to you, the wise and the foolish; for ye will see much on this earth.
For ye, men, will put on more ornaments than the women, and colored stuffs more than the virgin; in royalty, and in greatness, and in power, and in silver, and in gold, and purple and honor, and in food, they will float away like water.
And therefore they will have no knowledge and no wisdom, and thereby they are destroyed together with their treasures, and with all their glory and their honor, and in shame and in murder and in great poverty their spirits will be cast into an oven of fire.
I swear to you sinners: as a mountain has not and will not become a slave, nor a hill the maid of a woman, thus too has sin not been sent on the earth, but man of himself has created it, and it will be for a great curse to those who do it.
And barrenness has not been given to a woman, but on account of the deeds of her hands she dies without children.
I swear to you sinners, by the Holy and the Just One, that all your wicked deeds are revealed in the heavens, and none of your deeds of violence are covered or hidden.
And do not think in your souls, and do not say in your hearts, that ye do not know and do not see that every sin is daily being written down in heaven before the Most High.
And from now ye know that all your violence which ye commit is written down on each day to the day of your judgment.
Woe to you fools, for ye will be destroyed by your foolishness; and ye do not listen to the wise, and will not attain anything good!
And now know that ye are prepared for the day of destruction, and do not hope that ye will live, ye sinners, but ye shall depart and die, for ye do not know a ransom; for ye are prepared for the day of the great judgment, and for the day of trouble and of great disgrace to your souls.
Woe to you hardened of heart, who do evil and devour blood; whence have ye good eating and drinking and satisfaction? from all the good which our Lord the Most High has spread in abundance over the earth; and ye will have no peace.
Woe to you who love the deeds of injustice; why do ye hope for goodness to yourselves? Know that ye shall be given into the hands of the just; they will cut off your necks and slay you, and will not pity you.
Woe to you who rejoice in the trouble of the just, for a grave will not be dug for you.
Woe to you who make the words of the just in vain, for the hope of life will not be to you.
Woe to you who write down words of untruth and words of the impious; for they write down their lies that they be heard, and do not forget their foolishness;
and there will be no peace to them, but they will die a sudden death!
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