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Chapter 188

ABOUT THE EVERLASTING BLESSING AT THE LORD'S TABLE. SUDDEN TRANSMUTATION OF THE THREE SUN-DAUGHTERS. HINT ABOUT THE POWER OF LOVE AND ITS WONDERS.

188,1. The meal has soon come to an end and everybody is refreshed and praises the wonderful taste of the dishes. When all the food has been eaten, I am humbly asked by the two sages:

188,2. (Uron and Shonel): "O dear Father, should it be Your holy will, we would like to procure more food for the table."

188,3. (Say I): "That would be quite unnecessary, for once one has dined at My table, he is appeased with everlasting life. If he only absorbs Me once, he possesses Me fully for all eternity.

188,4. But now, My children, there is something else we have to attend to. It will be a dish, too, but a spiritual and not a material one.

188,5. These three daughters, who were the first to meet and also to recognize Me through the glowing love in their hearts, and who have since successfully passed a severe test, I will adopt as My children. However, I shall do this only if you agree, for you shall not lose the privilege to live on your earth as long as you wish. Therefore, let Me know your wishes, whether it is agreeable to you that I shorten their lives in this world and adopt them."

188,6. (Say Uron and Shonel): "Lord, You beloved, holy Father, since Your forever holy will is our life and has given us form and substance, and since we are all Yours and not our own, how, then, can we make known our will, whether it is agreeable to us or not?

188,7. O Lord, with all our hearts we agree with what You want to do, for now Your most holy will is our love and our life. You have originally given us these three beloved daughters, and so they are Yours, not ours, and You can take them whenever You want to. Your holy will be praised forever!"

188,8. (Say I): "Dearest children, your words please Me, for they come from your hearts, not from your mouths. And so the three, as you see them here at My side, are now no longer in their mortal, but already in purely spiritual bodies. They were transmuted in that moment when in your hearts you agreed truly and joyfully. Do you notice in them any difference between their previous and present states?"

188,9. (Say Uron and Shonel): "O Father, we do not notice any difference at all! How did this happen, and how are we to understand it? Our departed spirits look much lighter and more ethereal, whilst these three look as if they still had their physical bodies. Besides, our departed always leave their dead bodies behind, which are then taken to a certain place where they soon fully disintegrate. But the three have not left their bodies behind. How is that possible?"

188,10. (Say I): "Mind this, My children: If someone's love for Me is as ardent and mighty as the love of these three, he will be transmuted already in his body through that ardent love. His flesh is dissolved and purified by the fire of his spirit and becomes part of his spirit's own life and essence, without the body having to be completely separated from the essence of the spirit.

188,11. If you will follow the example of these three in your love for Me, your transmutation will be the same, and thus it will be for all those who love Me enough to leave everything for the sake of that love!"

188,12. (Says Martin): "O Lord and dearest Father Jesus, it would be wonderful if that could happen, also, on our little earth. But probably the bodies of my brothers on earth are too coarse in their material substance for such a transmutation."

188,13. (Say I): "Martin, the earth is not what the sun is, nor is the sun what the earth is. However, I am the same in heaven, on the sun, and on the earth, and thus, also, the right love in its power and effect is the same everywhere.

188,14. There are sufficient examples of such transmutation, also, on the earth - in ancient as well as in recent times. But this effect must be preceded by the necessary cause! Too little warmth does not even melt wax, so how could it be expected to melt metal? Is that clear to you?"

188,15. (Says Martin): "O Lord, that is quite clear to me, for I myself was such a wax or metal. My warmth did not even suffice to somewhat soften the wax and, of course, could not possibly melt the hard metal of my matter. And there are most likely many brothers living on earth whose matter may be not only like metal, but even as hard as diamonds. There is obviously not much chance for such matter to be transmuted like that of these three heavenly daughters."

188,16. (Say I): "This is not the time to go into that, Martin. However, you should know that many things are possible to Me which seem impossible to you. I assure you, miracles take place even in the grave, unnoticed by the mortal eyes of man.

188,17. But now, no more about that. We have something quite different to do. An important task is waiting for us, for our enemy has once more been up to something!"

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