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Chapter 163

PETER GIVES-INFORMATION ABOUT THE PARTY AND THE PURPOSE OF ITS VISIT. THE SAGE'S DOUBTS REGARDING GOD'S VISIBLE PRESENCE.

163,1. (Says Peter): "Well then, listen: All of us, as you see us here, are children of God; that is, in accordance with your concepts, children of the Most High Spirit. In addition to that, some of us are also chief servants of the Most High, Who has personally designated them foundation pillars of His church in the whole of infinity. Originally, only on earth - namely, the planet which you call sacred; however, when they had performed their task there with gladness and devotion, after a painful removal from their bodies, they were taken to Him into the highest of heavens, there to enjoy all that He has, thus experiencing the greatest, unlimited beatitude everlastingly. At the same time, they are able to perform the same service on the largest possible scale, which on earth they had performed on a small scale. I, Peter, and that one there, John, are such servants. The others are more or less beginners in this world and in the service I have just mentioned.

163,2. Our purpose in coming here is that in the first instance we initiate new arrivals in this world into the higher service of love, and then we want to right some communities of dwellers in this world of light that have strayed from the right path.

163,3. However, since the latter task is so difficult that our strength might not suffice, God, the Lord Himself, is present also, in the fullness of His strength and might. And He is even visible in human shape, which actually is the divine shape as God has made man in His image, both outwardly and inwardly. For His beloved children, He used the original shape of His eternal love.

163,4. Therefore, there is not a single world in the whole of infinity where human beings have different shapes from ours. They only differ sometimes in size, color, and a few more things in their outer appearance. The basic shape, however, remains the divine at all times.

163,5. Therefore, you should not be surprised if you soon see God, the Supreme Spirit, in a shape and stature like mine. His boundless, infinite might and greatness does not depend on His stature, but solely on the greatness of His Spirit within, and this is dwelling forever in an inaccessible holy light and will never be seen or comprehended by any created spirit.

163,6. Now you know everything! I have omitted nothing that might be essential in the answer to your question. Now tell me faithfully and without hypocrisy - which is most common with you people, particulaly in this community - whether you believe everything that I have just now told you."

163,7. (Says the sage): "Sublime friend, I honestly believe you - everything, except your last statement. For that God, the Supreme, Infinite, Primordial Spirit, should be here among you in your shape and stature, is really hard to believe. You will understand this if you are only a little bit familiar with our most ancient prophecies and revelations. Maybe I shall understand that later, but at this moment, with the conception I have of God, the Supreme Being, it is practically impossible for me.

163,8. You know that God sends His angels to us on very rare occasions only, who reveal to us top sages the Supreme Godhead, but they always add: 'No one can see God and live!' They claim that this is why He dwells in an unfathomable depth so that no being should lose its life through gazing at the Godhead. What, then, would happen to us if it were really true what you say that God is here among us?

163,9. No doubt it would be possible to God, but what about His eternal, immutable order, which has so often been revealed to us?"

163,10. (Says Peter): "Friend, just have some patience! You will soon find out that what now seems so impossible to you is quite feasible. But He will come here Himself, and you will comprehend this best through Him."

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