GGJ01-163

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Chapter 163 - The end of Jerusalem

163,1. When the Pharisee and his colleagues had received such an extended explanation of Genesis from me, they all stood in front of Me as if paralyzed, and the chief Pharisee said, after he visibly made great effort to deeply think about it: ‘Lord. Master of all Masters in all things, I and all of us now see, not without much disappointment, that You are fully right in all things and that everything You say is the complete, pure truth. But I did not say “not without much disappointment” for nothing, because this wisdom is too holy and lofty for an evil, selfish world, and You shall, in the absence of special miracles, preach to totally deaf ears. And if working miracles, You shall have blind spectators and achieve little.

163,2. If man, in order to fashion himself into a true human, has to be free in his volition and action, then You can preach and work miracles as much as You like, and hardly one in a hundred shall be converted. Because where someone is already basically too stupid and has no education in any necessary or life-conducive field, he cannot possibly grasp Your teaching. If however he has just one degree more than enough, and therefore a developed intellect, be it either Scripturally or scientifically, or in the arts, tying same to some worldly gain, attaching to perhaps even personal standing, then You can let Jehovah speak, for You under lightning and thunder, yet such people will do what your forefathers did in the desert under Moses, where in the course of Jehovah’s talk with Moss on Sinai, under thunder and lightning, receiving the Holy Commandments from Him, they had cast a golden calf, to then dance around it, worshipping it like the heathens.

163,3. If I did not know what stuff the Pharisees, Scribes and the priests and Levites are made of, especially in Jerusalem, I would hardly dare to speak to You thus, but I know this folk only too well and basically have put a good distance between me and it, not visiting it any more.

163,4. If however You should return to Jerusalem again, then take a large portion of omnipotence with You, or you shall be stoned as a blasphemer. For anyone wishing to be more clever than even by a hair’s breadth than the least Temple sweeper, immediately is denounced as a heretic and blasphemer, and if not reforming, in conjunction with a sizeable offering, stoning without mercy awaits him at the accursed spot outside the city wall.

163,5. For Jerusalem, I say unto You, my divine friend, there is only one cure - that of Sodom and Gomorra. Other than that there is no salvation for this city and its inhabitants.’

163,6. I said: ‘Friend, what you are telling Me I have known for a long time. Yes, I say unto you, this also shall be Jerusalem’s end. But prior to that, all the things prophesied over it have to first take place, so that all Scripture will be fulfilled, and its measure filled. And from now on you shall not count 70 years, before not a stone shall be left atop another. If anyone shall then ask: “Where stood the Temple once?” none shall be found to tell such seeker.

163,7. Many prophets were murdered within the walls of this city. I know them all. Their blood cried to the highest Heavens for revenge against such evil doers, but the measure with which Hell was meted out to this city is not yet completely full, and it was therefore spared still. But now its measure shall shortly be full, and it shall be spared no more.

163,8. But before we leave this mountain, I give you a commandment for strict observance, consisting in that none of you divulge to anyone down below any portion of what you have seen on this mountain, until I have given you authority through the spirit. He who will not keep this My commandment shall be punished with instant dumbness, for the people down in the plain are not ripe for a long time yet, nor are you yourselves sufficiently.

163,9. But discuss that which I have taught here among the likes of you as if not emanating from Me, but as if grown upon your own ground. Only after your friends shall have embraced your teaching in a living way you can eye to eye, let them in on where you received such teaching, and what signs preceded it.

163,10. But then do not omit to in My name give those instructed the same commandment and with the same sanction as I have given you all here.

163,11. But you shall in the short time left us on this mountain witness miraculous things yet, for I thirst for making you as strong as possible in your faith, but keep the said commandment in respect of everything you are still permitted to see and hear, because through non-compliance with this commandment, the threatened punishment would be visited upon you for a year.’

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