BMAR-151

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Chapter 151

THE THREE FAIR MAIDENS ASK THE LORD WHY HE AND HIS COMPANIONS DID NOT COME TO THEIR HOUSES. THE LORD'S WISE ANSWER.

151,1. (As the three sun-maidens reach us, still clothed in the same garments they had donned before Martin, they immediately address Me, saying): "0, Most Sublime, how long will you and your companions keep us waiting before you deem us worthy of entering one of our dwellings, which have been duly prepared for your reception?

151,2. Thanks to our sages and the spirits of our great world, as well as the spirits of many other worlds visiting us on many occasions, and also from the angels of the Most High Spirit, we know that we, the dwellers in this world, are not only of great physical beauty, but also morally so pure that even the purest angels cannot find fault with us. That they always find us worthy of their visits, enjoy our company in all purity, telling us about all the wonders that are found in the infinite kingdom of the Most High Spirit, Whom you call your God and Father, and new ones that are being created more magnificent and inconceivable, every moment.

151,3. If all the angels and spirits have such an opinion of us and are not at all reserved, we cannot understand what fault you find with us that you like us so little. We never ask the other spirits to come to us, but they still like to come, because they always find in us what gives them great pleasure. As for you, we implored you to come to us in the purest manner of the wisdom of our greatest sages, but it does not seem to have had much effect on you. Oh, tell us, Most Sublime, what is the true reason for this, and why did you not come to our houses, where thousands are expecting you?"

151,4. (Say I): "It is not your fault morally. I know best what you are like. I know your physical appearance, your pure morals, and your dwellings. However, we are as free as you are, and can please ourselves. Nobody has the right to ask us to account for our actions and say to us: 'Why do you do this, or that?'

151,5. And with all your wisdom, you should realize that we cannot be attracted by wisdom alone, but only by the proper, living love. We shall follow the desire of your hearts when we are truly loved, but your supposedly great wisdom will not ever make us advance a single step.

151,6. I am quite aware that you have used your wise words to Me only as a pretense to hide from Me your real love. However, I am not a friend of such pretense, but only appreciate complete honesty of the heart. So, if you want Me and My companions to come to your houses, you must not pretend outwardly to be different from what you are within; for I see through every most secret fiber of your lives. And what I see, all Mine see too, and countless others who are completely Mine forever, just as these here."

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