GGJ01-61

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Chapter 61 - A miracle does not free the spirit

61,1. On reaching the first storey he notices the aforementioned wing and runs delighted through the open door, looks at the great hall and collapses in wonder. But some of the white youths immediately step over, helping him up and fortifying him. Recovering a little, he comes towards Me again and asks Me with a voice tremulous with wonder: ‘Oh Lord, please tell me once and for all whether I am awake or whether I am sleeping and actually dreaming.’

61,2. I said: ‘The way you ask you seem indeed to be more asleep than awake, but you nevertheless are awake, and what you are seeing is solid reality. Outside in the grove you told Me yourself how you had heard how I had quickly restored Joseph’s old house, currently occupied by Irhael as owner. Now then, if I could re-erect Joseph’s house, then surely I should be able to renew Esau’s old fort?’

61,3. Says the merchant: ‘Yes, yes, this can now be seen and is true; yet it is nevertheless unbelievable that a man should accomplish such things. Hear me, Lord, if You are not a prophet like Elijah, then You must be either an archangel in human form, or in the end Jehovah Himself. Because such things are possible only to God.’

61,4. I said: ‘Yes, yes, if you had seen no sign you would not have believed Me. Now you believe Me of course, but in such faith you are not free in spirit. But so that you would nevertheless become freer in spirit I say unto you: not I but these many youths did this; such power they have from God the Father. These you may ask how they went about it.’

61,5. Says the merchant: ‘That's right. I had already asked Jonael outside where these gloriously beautiful young beings came from, but did not get an answer, and was simply referred to You. When I came over to You I strangely enough forgot all about it; I became concerned only with Yourself, and our discourse took quite a different direction. Only now does it come back to mind, and I should like You to give me a proper explanation as to where these fairest youths come from.’

61,6. I said: ‘In order not to put you off any longer I say unto you that these are angels of God, if you will accept that. But if you don't want to accept this then take them for anything you like, except for the devil and his servants.’

61,7. Says the merchant: Oh Lord, what, what is happening to me? I asked You only earlier on whether I am indeed awake, or whether I sleep and dream, but now I ask you whether I still live. Because such things surely cannot take place on the actual Earth.’

61,8. I said: ‘Oh, indeed you live upon the Earth. I have opened your inner vision, so now you may also see the spirits of Heaven. But now ask no more, because it is time for lunch. All is readied, so let us move over to the tables.’

61,9. Says the merchant: ‘Yes, yes, right so. But I shall not be able to eat much for wonder upon wonder. No, just this morning I would not have been able to suspect anything like it. All this came too fast for me and far too unexpected. Hardly three hours have passed since you entered my sizeable grove coming from Sychar and what has happened in these three hours?! – The most impossible things. – But they are real! But who else than those who were present will believe it, even with a thousand testimonials?! Lord, Lord, You high master, taught and guided by God Himself, I believe it because I see it with my own eyes now. But if you tell it to thousands they not only will doubt, no, they will get upset and accuse the narrator to be a brazen liar. Therefore do tell nobody about it because this matter is too big a miraculous one. Who has ever seen such magnificence like this hall?! The walls are like of precious stones, the ceiling gold, the floor silver, the many tables from jasper, hyacinth and emerald, the frames of gold and silver, the drinking vessels like from pure diamond and the bowls like from noblest and most fiery ruby; the benches around the tables again of the noble metals and the upholstery of deep red silk, and the aroma of the food and drinks like from the heavens! And all that in – let’s say – three hours! No, this is incredible many times over.

61,10. Lord, You must be either God Himself or at least definitely God's Son.’

61,11. I said: ‘Indeed, indeed. But now to the meal. After the meal you shall find out more, but now I add no more before the meal. Just see the many that are hungering and thirsting, as it is quite warm today. Therefore let them first be refreshed and fortified, then everything spiritual shall come into its own again.’

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