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Chapter 202

THE CONQUERORS' REWARD. CELESTIAL MATRIMONY AS SUPREME PERFECTION OF THE DIVINE ORDER. ABOUT THE NATURE OF WOMEN. MARTIN'S GOOD CHOICE AND SUBMISSION TO THE LORD'S WILL. A HINT ABOUT CELESTIAL MATRIMONY. MARTIN'S CELESTIAL MISSION AS A PERFECTED SPIRIT.

202,1. (Say I): "And now there is something else, My dear children. Martin, Borem, and Chorel, come closer to Me! You have managed to get through all the hard trials and have emerged as victors from many a fierce battle. Thus you have fully qualified yourselves for My Kingdom of all the heavens.

202,2. You have now become skilled workers in My vineyard and are entitled to a proper reward, which you shall now receive. I know and read it clearly in your hearts that I am your highest reward and that you never ever wish for another one. But it is just this attitude of your hearts that renders you worthy and capable of receiving every other reward.

202,3. My order requires for your supreme perfection that in the future you shall live and work within the celestial matrimony. Therefore, each of you must have a wife so as to be perfect in every respect, to strengthen your wisdom for eternity and to receive the light which issues from the flame of love within your hearts.

202,4. A wife is like a spiritual vessel for the reception and preservation of the light from your hearts. At the same time, she is a servant in the heart's kitchen of life, feeding the sacred fire of life in the hearth which I have erected in your hearts. And, therefore, each of you shall now take a wife with whom to completely unite forever. Martin, I think you will not be opposed to this?"

202,5. (Says Martin, overwhelmed with happiness): "O Lord, You know my nature best! What You will give me will make me endlessly happy, be it Chanchah or Gella or, if possible, one of the sundaughters. Oh, that would be supreme bliss!"

202,6. (Say I): "That is up to you. You are free and may choose freely!"

202,7. (Says Martin): "O Lord, only Your will be done!"

202,8. (Say I): "Well then, take the one next to you."

202,9. (Martin, turning happily round, catches sight of Marelisael, the first and most beautiful of the three sun-daughters. He leads her to Me and asks): "Lord, is this the right one?"

202,10. (Say I): "Yes, it is!" And I bless him for eternity. Thus Martin is now perfected.

202,11. In supreme büss, he kisses his celestial wife and realizes that in this way his love has forever been united with wisdom. They now both praise Me from one heart and one mouth, for thus the segregated Adam becomes an integrated man again in heaven, although in the form of separate, individually blissful beings.

202,12. After Martin, Borem is given Surahil, the second of the three sun-daughters, and Chorel is given Hanial, the third. And both Borem and Chorel are boundlessly happy.

202,13. (Martin, who can hardly contain himself for bliss and supreme delight, says): "O Lord, You best and most holy Father, now I could exclaim, like Peter once did on Mount Tabor: 'Lord, it is good for us to be here!' However, only Your will be done!"

202,14. (Say I): "My dear, now perfected Martin, have you never, when on earth, heard the old saying: 'He who has love, will take the bride home'? This will be the case, also, with you. Since we have now brought order into this large house, we shall again return home.

202,15. The road that we shall take will in the future remain open to My new children of this big world of light, and it shall take them into your house and Mine. And all those, whom you have taken into your house, shall remain yours and Mine forever. For, what is Mine is now, also, yours, and what is yours is, also, Mine forever.

202,16. Therefore, you will forever remain the guardian angel of this house and its community, in Me as I in you. But it will not only be the community of this earth; the twelve doors of your house will lead you to the communities of countless other earths where you will find beatitudes beyond measure.

202,17. And now another word to the new children of this earth, but that shall come from you!"

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