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Chapter 139 - A promise to the faithful

139,1. I said: ‘I already said to you that you always speak in accordance with the wisdom of the world. To give the world its peace would be to give it still more death than it is imbued with already in all fullness.

139,2. If you are to restore sight to the blind, shall he become seeing if you tear out his eyes, or shall the lame be straightened if you chop off his defective foot, or shall the dumb ever gain speech if you cut out his tongue, pest be healed by more pest, or a burning house be put out with more fire?

139,3. See, just so is it with worldly men today. They are spiritually dead and have no life other than the animalistic natural one. Their souls are only flesh and their spirit, as good as dead, resembles the spirits indwelling the stones, chaining together loose matter by their judged steadfastness, to become stones of all kinds and forms – softer and harder ones, some transparent and others not and colored in accordance with their indwelling spirit.

139,4. But should you want to liberate the spirits from the stones, will you be able to bring this about with lukewarm water? Definitely not. I say unto you: with such gentle and peaceable treatment, the stone shall remain firmly what it is. Here a mighty fire has to come, so that the spirits within the stone get into a great battle. Only then do they themselves tear the bonds of matter and are liberated. And see, so also it must now be here.

139,5. That which liberates the spirits from the stone, the fire, the battle, the mighty pressure and blows that also awakens the hearts of men turned stone, liberating them, especially the hearts of the great and the rich, who have hearts of diamond which no earthly fire can soften.

139,6. Therefore take note of what I say: let go of the ludicrous notion that I have come to bring, through you, the peace of the Earth to worldly men, but rather the sword.

139,7. Understand Me properly. I have come to arouse the yet softer son against the more unbending hardness of his father and the more unassuming daughter against her domineering mother and the gentler daughter-in-law against her mean and envious mother-in-law. Verily, man’s worst enemies shall be those of his own household!

139,8. In truth I tell you: whoever loves his father or mother more than Me is unworthy of Me. And who has sons and daughters and loves them more than Me is unworthy of Me. Whoever does not willingly take his burden – even if it should weigh him down like the Roman cross of death – onto his shoulders and follow Me, is quite unworthy of Me and shall not participate in the Kingdom of God.

139,9. Truly I tell you: whoever seeks the life of this world, and also easily finds it, shall lose life eternal and on judgment day, following the shedding of his body, I shall not awaken him to everlasting life, but cast him into Hell for eternal death.

139,10. But he who does not seek worldly life, even shuns and despises it out of true, pure love for Me, shall find eternal life, for I shall awaken him immediately after the death of his body, i.e. on his judgment day, or the first day of his new life in the spirit-world, and shall lead him into My Eternal Kingdom and adorn his head with the crown of eternal, immortal wisdom and love and he will then rule forever with Me and all the angels of eternal, infinite Heaven over all the material and spirit world.’

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