GGJ03-119

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Chapter 119 - Helena becomes Mathael's spouse.

119,1. Ouran thanks Me and Cyrenius very heartily and also Helena, who however adds the question saying “But my father doesn’t have any male descendants! Who will follow him in the government?”

119,2. I say, “But My very dearest Helena, haven’t I given you then a most wise descendant whom your father has named as Viceroy? Do you not approve of him?”

119,3. Helena says, almost crying with joy, “Well, do we ever?! But I had to ask to be quite sure of Your alone holy will! Lord, forgive me, if I have offended You by this question!”

119,4. I say, “Just take it easy, for no person can ever insult Me and least of all you! But because you have now asked Me for something that you could have known very well without this question, so I ask you now for something that I also possibly know before your answer!

119,5. Look at Mathael! He has now been named by your father as Viceroy and as such confirmed by Cyrenius and Me. He is still a young man of barely twenty-eight years; would you like to take him for a husband?”

119,6. Here Helena casts her eyes down a little modestly and says after a while, "But Lord, truly nothing is safe before You, be it ever so well hidden in the heart. You looked into my heart and found there that I am exceedingly fond of Mathael; and you have now revealed me before I really wanted to be revealed. But since my heart has now been revealed, I can answer Your holy question with nothing but a perfectly true Yes. I certainly love Mathael very much; but it is a different question whether he will love me."

119,7. I say to Mathael, “From now on, friend, you can now speak on quite comfortably!”

119,8. Mathael says, “Oh lord, You very most eminent one! You are never greater in my heart than when you speak with us so humanly! Whether I could love this pure virgin, who is totally devoted to You in her whole being, in such an intensive way as I love You, oh Lord!? But she is the magnificent daughter of a king whereas I am the poor son of a commoner, not exactly from Jerusalem but from the vicinity of this great city of one hundred gates and more than ten times a hundred thousand people, where I and my family not even belong. There, there is the snag."

119,9. I say, “Well – so what? Who was David from birth? Who was then Saul? Who has anointed them Kings of Israel?

119,10. But if I now do to you what I once did to both of them, how should you not be of equal birth as Helena? Do you then think that I don’t possess enough power to set you in a moment on Caesar’s throne in Rome?

119,11. You know the power and strength of the angel Raphael, here present for our service, and at the moment a thousand legions of such angels are at My disposal; who will want to engage battle with them?! For Raphael is enough to turn this whole Earth to dust in an instant, not to mention dethroning a Caesar in Rome and setting another quite happily on the throne. But nothing of this kind happens although I do not lack the power to do so, for I know why I leave also the present emperors on the throne at Rome. But likewise I have also the most unlimited power to give you whatever I want, and to make you whatever I want; who will dispute us?!

119,12. Behold, God’s power goes further than the power of an earthly king! Or does the life of a king not lie just as much in My hand as that of a beggar? The slightest breath of will of My spirit, and the whole creation is no longer in existence! Therefore, friend, do not be concerned! What I say is said for all eternity, and to what I choose a person, that is what he is and remains unchallenged and sacrosanct; for I alone am the Lord and do everything according to My highest own love and wisdom, and no-one can say to Me effectively, “Lord, why are You doing this and that?” Yes, whoever asks Me in the love of his heart, I will give his heart an educational answer; but whoever wanted to disagree with Me will receive no answer, only a judgment! Therefore be calm; if I make you a king, you are then truly a king, and whoever does battle against you will be crushed! Thus take Helena’s hand and look, she is and remains your dear wife!”

119,13. Here Ouran rises and says, filled with the highest gratitude, “Oh Lord, All-mighty of eternity, how can I, as a poor, sinning person, ever show myself thankful to You in even the smallest way worthy to You? You fill me with the highest grace and good deeds! What a great and long-lasting worry You have taken from my heart!

119,14. How hard it is for a feeling father to choose a man for his single dear daughter about whom one could claim in advance with a certain certainty that he is fully suitable for his daughter and that she will be happy with him! What sorts of sacrifices have parents often laid in the Hymen temples for the good of their married daughter and thought that they would reach a happy marriage thereby; but the sacrifices were only too often in vain! The marriages were nonetheless unhappy, and the married daughter only too soon became a true slave instead of a friend and most faithful companion of her husband.

119,15. But here comes true, what I heard from the elders, that the true marriages are made in the heavens by the gods. Of course it goes without saying that the mistaken expression “gods” should be left out; for once one has found the one and only true God then the false gods ceased to exist.

119,16. This marriage is therefore determined and tied by You, oh Lord, Yourself, and I can now wait in the calmest hope that it will also not escape Your blessing, which certainly must be earned through the exact observance of Your holy will, otherwise it will not be given.

119,17. Helena, my beloved daughter, would you have thought when we set off on our far journey with the intention of seeking the true wisdom and the unknown god and then to bring all that back to our nation and thereby make them as happy as possible, that we both would be made so unspeakably happy here on this deserted, void and highly unpleasant place?

119,18. Do you see daughter, how the teaching I often told you: ‘Whoever wants to find everything should seek nothing but God alone!’ has been most magnificently fulfilled here! You sighed as we left our city with the secret intention in our hearts not to return until we had found the truth and the single true god, and you said longingly: ‘Father, then we will probably never get to see this city again and this beautiful land of ours!’ And I said to you: ‘Be calm of heart, my daughter, we are going not on a rape and not to threaten our neighbor with war, but we are going to seek the highest happiness for us and for our land! No god and no power in the world can call our plan bad!’ Then you became calmer and we set off on our journey courageously. But at that moment I ask you whether you ever had the slightest idea of everything effusively good and happy that we have found here!”

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