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Chapter 65

BISHOP MARTIN ENLIGHTENS THE SPIRITUALLY BLIND JESUITS.

65,1. Now Bishop Martin takes the Jesuits in hand as they keep scratching their heads and shrugging their shoulders, and he addresses them most bluntly:

65,2. "Why do you disapprove? Do you know more about these things than your quite sensible companions? I doubt it! But I do know what you are up to and why you have misgivings, and I shall tell you what it is that is still covering your eyes with Moses' threefold cover.

65,3. Firstly, there is your original obstinacy, still ruling over your minds and preventing any purer light from entering your hearts. Then there is your false belief that nothing but baptism is needed to be a Christian. The moment somebody has been baptized in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, according to your erroneous belief, a Christian is ready-made. And finally, in your arrogance and lust for power, you still imagine yourselves to be the Lord's true disciples, filled with the Holy Ghost, and equipped with all power by Him to do as you please.

65,4. Oh, you fools! Whereby can you prove this? Where in the Scriptures is there a text that justifies your folly? Do you believe the Lord has spoken to you antichristians what He has spoken to Peter and His other disciples when He sent them out to preach the Gospel to all nations? It says: 'Receive ye the Holy Ghost: Whatsoever thou shalt bind or loose on earth shall be bound or loosed in heaven.'

65,5. Have you ever been in possession of this Holy Ghost? Can the Holy Ghost ever contradict Itself or change an eternal law? Or can It grow wiser and realize that Its original laws are imperfect and have to be superseded by better ones?

65,6. Did not the Holy Ghost know at the time of the disciples that at a later time various types of monks would be needed to bring men to heaven? That it would need images, relics, shrines, bells, fonts, incense, vestments, cowls, churches, monasteries, chalices, monstrances, Latinusing ministrants, and a thousand other follies to attain heaven? How blind the Holy Ghost must have been that It did not realize already at the time of the disciples how essential all this was for man's salvation and did not institute it right away!

65,7. Or would the first Christians, including Peter and Paul, have really been of the devil because they had no churches, bells, Latin masses, requiem, or miraculous images - not even any confession, extreme unction, passing bell, pall, tapers, and so on?

65,8. Do you really not see the folly of it? Due to our greed and lust for power, and without the least evangelical authority, and contrary to the Word of God and the teachings of the disciples, we created, so to speak, acts of worship, laws, and ceremonies. Don't you understand that this made us sinners against the Holy Ghost - which sins, it is written, will not be forgiven, neither on earth nor in the beyond?

65,9. If you would for once just superficially compare the pure Word of the Lord with our Roman Catholic nonsense, your eyes would be opened and you would see clearly that Rome is nothing else but Babylon, the mother of harlots, as described in the Revelation and, consequently, we, her priests, are not little angels, but devils in the truest sense of the word.

65,10. Therefore, dear brothers and sisters, let go all your mundane nonsense, and turn together with me to the one God and Lord, Jesus Christ; and all of you will find salvation!

65,11. But understand this: Not my poor, though well-meant, advice must determine your decision, but only your own will and the call of your heart !"

65,12. Now they all agree with Bishop Martin, except the Ladies of the Sacred Heart, who say: "We are not going to accept any new teaching from you which could land us in hell, but we'll remain faithful to our Roman Mother, until God Himself, or at least the blessed Virgin Mary, tells us what to do."

65,13. (Bishop Martin): "No doubt, you ninnies, the Lord will give you preferential treatment! If you do not want to make the Gospel your guiding principle in eternity, you may stick to your folly forever feeding on the fat of your beloved Roman Mother! And the Lord's wisdom will see to it that you do not get too fat, nor too beautiful! For He has quite an effective superhomeopathic diet for such foolish spirits, which may last for a small eternity, as I know from experience.

65,14. So let us leave these foolish ladies to their belief and, in the name of the Lord, turn ourselves towards a better light!"

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