BMAR-126

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Chapter 126

BLASPHEMY OF THE BATHING ADHERENTS OF THE DRAGON. THE LORD'S PACIFYING AND INSTRUCTIVE WORDS.

126,1. While Borem, Martin and Chorel are taking the women to the sun-door, the thousand bathing guests are becoming most unruly in their bath. They are beginning to utter terrible blasphemies, loud enough for all the cleansed monks, and even Chanchah and Gella, to hear.

126,2. The two are coming out of their blessed ecstasy of love and are beginning to listen more attentively. Chanchah is at the point of asking Me what all this means, when a hundred monks hurry towards Me, entreating Me to silence the guests in the bath as this might have a bad effect on the weaker brothers among them.

126,3. (At this moment also the Chinese with all their wives and the parents of the nuns approach Me, saying): "You mighty messenger of God, don't You hear the adherents of the dragon in the bath threatening God, You, and all of us? If this evil scum from hell is not stopped, the situation here will become quite unbearable for us.

126,4. Listen to those terrible blasphemies! Those beasts are worse than the dragon himself, which seemed to speak quite sensibily to Martin and also to You. Do make an end to these goings-on, or let us all go outside so that we don't have to listen to such blasphemies of the Most Holy!"

126,5. (Say I): "It is quite right that your hearts are filled with disgust at such annoying scenes, but it is still necessary for you to watch My reaction and not your own, for otherwise you might set yourselves up forjudges. That would then be even worse than all this empty blaspheming by the admittedly still very wicked bathing guests.

126,6. With blasphemies one can prove nothing but his impotence. One who had any power would act immediately and not waste words that are nothing but an empty noise. One who is impotent but pretends to possess power, only sets himself up for a false judge, thus maliciously interfering with God's exclusive rights. Through his impotence, he desecrates these, whilst in God alone there is and has to be all the might and power and the exclusive right to judge for the sake of the necessary eternal order.

126,7. Look, dear friends and brothers, you are annoyed by the vile abuse on the part of these bathing guests, and it is only right that in your hearts you find it disgusting. However, in addition to that, I detect in all of you a fire strong enough to finish these bathers off forever. This fire is worse than that senseless, futile abuse.

126,8. These guests only abuse us knowing quite well that they can never hurt us. They are also aware of God's patience and forbearance. We, however, would destroy them for this, or at least forsake them forever, because we have the power to do it. Would that be wise? Would it be within the order of God, which never wants to destroy but at all times to preserve? It has to do this, for the Deity would suffer if anything that has emanated from It could be destroyed.

126,9. "So let them swear and blaspheme. This will eventually come to an end and they will be seized with great remorse. They are still going to be very dear and true brothers to us, or rather sisters, for most of them are female.

126,10. That they are absolutely helpless you can see from the fact that they cannot move from the bath by even a hair's breadth. It would certainly not be to our credit if we took revenge on them because we have the power and they have not. It would be like a lion degrading himself by becoming a catcher of gnats!

126,11. I advise you to always look at Me and note what I do, and that should prevent you from being annoyed and feeling in your hearts a desire to judge others. All this concerns Me most of all and still I am calm. Since all this abuse does not concern you in any way, you have all the more reason to be calm.

126,12. They only abuse God's justice which makes them bathe here and, naturally, this process cannot be quite painless if they are to be helped at all. Every mutation is painful to a certain degree until an integrated being has transmuted to a different order. The pain as such is necessary for if there were no pain, there could be no bliss, and a being that could feel no pain would be incapable of experiencing bliss.

126,13. These bathers are at present in a mighty process of transmutation, and the pain they must suffer drives their tongues to such abuse. Eventually, as they get nearer to a new, firm order, their pains will diminish and, consequently, their tongues will cease to abuse and begin to form exalting words of remorse, thus building a bridge to love and life.

126,14. To save you from further annoyance through this idle abuse, follow Me to that door where Borem, Martin, and Chorel are already standing with all the women. The door is still closed to your eyes, but I will open it. You will be afforded a great opportunity to humble your entire being to the innermost fibers of your still rather proud hearts, which is very much needed by all of you. Therefore, follow Me. So be it!"

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