Page IX of the Legend of Thomas

The Shema was written on the frames. The door was unpinned shaken off the hinges. Isaiah reached from out of here pulled them through the eye of the needle, "Hear, O Israel!" The 6th chapter the 4th verse and the 29th chapter emphasis on the 16th-19th verses of Isaiah 
  • Logion 10 Jesus said, "I have cast fire upon the world, and see, I am guarding it until it blazes."
  • Luke 12:49 "I have come to bring fire on the earth - and how I wish it were already kindled!
    Note 8

At that time the first two stars appeared and Origami asked, "will the fire become bright on this night?" Thomas sighed, "woe to me, "I am a block of stubble a hidden ember dying beneath the ashes."

"Beware of the unbelief of the Sadducee's," the eyes glowed Thomas was no longer tethered to the moment. The stars dimmed by the Ruah the luminous words Origami rendered, "the love of the Lord was never reduced to love as I love," Thomas. Note 9
The Angel by Origami's side was unseen by the words Thomas heard (he was too depressed). The flare of anger was not enraged, nothing other than a defense mechanism remained, the residual speck, sparkling in the eye. The first two stars of the evening sky, were not the ending, only the beginning of another day, the old man was dead in the twinkle. Then Origami sighed, "am I going away soon, Thomas?"
"No," Thomas refused to say anything more the moment was salted under the eyes of the stellar night, by Origami.
The continuation was soon to follow.... .

  • Note 8 I am the spherical ball at the end of my pen; the click and the clack of depressed keys on the keyboard. The board was made my ivory the shadowy step springs; IT counterclockwisely whirled about upon the back of the elephant...'...
  • Note 9 John 15:12 "My commandment is this—to love one another just as I have loved you." Understand what the author(s) meant to convey.