BMAR-201

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Chapter 201

HAPPY HOMECOMING TO SHONEL'S HOUSE. THE LORD'S LAUDATORY WORDS OF WELCOME, DIRECTED MAINLY TO MARTIN. HIS GREAT PROMISE: FROM JUDGMENT TO SALVATION.

201,1. The return trip is quite as fast as the first trip, and in a moment the messengers are back with Me in the house of Shonel.

201,2. Upon their return, they come to Me full of joy, love, and gratitude for the strength, might, love, and great patience bestowed upon them.

201,3. Martin is the first to throw himself at My feet in his burning love, and he begins to praise Me fervently.

201,4. (But I lift him up, and say): "My beloved son and brother, you have handled this most difficult business very well and have been an extremely good pioneer for My brother John. Well done, My Martin!

201,5. In the beginning you were a bit too ardent, making exaggerated use of My power bestowed upon you, but when you were warned by brother John, you acted in complete accordance with My most just order, conducting yourself so well that you achieved something with Satan that so far no one has ever succeeded in achieving quite without judgment.

201,6. So far, practically all messengers could only achieve something with Satan through a most severe and temporary judgment, since they were unable to hold their own against the shrewdness of his words. However, with your words, you got him into such a state that in his dispute with John he had to surrender voluntarily, which has never happened before! He is free now, and although he could move away, he is still resting in the designated place, which is good.

201,7. He has, of course, still many legions doing evil in his name -which will be felt on earth, but only for a short time. Then the spring will begin to dry up and, consequently, the evil will weaken, although it will not cease altogether. But then, the end of all evil will not be far away.

201,8. The judgment of all evil will come through our love, which will captivate everything, and nothing will be able to resist it! Love's judgment, however, will be a constant one, forever unchangeable. It will not oppress like a heavy burden, but will simply hold captive all that does not want to be liberated.

201,9. Before this judgment commences, however, we shall once more dispatch messengers to all stellar worlds, with invitations to the Great Feast. Everyone they come across will be invited, and happy will be those who don't decline it, for their joys will be without end!"

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