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Chapter 210 - Jarah's future.
210,1. Now our old inn-keeper Mark came and said to Me, “Lord and Master, the evening meal is prepared; if it suits You, I will have it set out on the repaired tables immediately!?”
210,2. I say, “Do that, for today even I am already quite hungry and I am looking forward to a good fish, a good piece of bread and a pure and good wine!
210,3. But both your sons should have a look at the sea by the beach! Some corpses are floating in the sea; they are some poor Jews with their wives and children. I do not want them or anyone else to find death while I am here. The sea is calm as glass, and the stars are shining particularly brightly today. Your sons will easily achieve this task, and all the more so because they can be supported by the sailors of Kisjonah’s, Ebahl of Genezareth and by Cornelius’ sailors. About nine people are floating at most an hour and a half away from the shore, they should be brought here; but they must then be laid face down on a sloping ground and stay there until the morning! I will only raise them tomorrow!”
210,4. Mark asks, “Lord, why not today then, why only tomorrow?”
210,5. I say, “Friend Mark, do not worry! I know why the grass that will colour the pastures green next year has not grown this year! Therefore do not worry about this, for I understand the order much better than you, My dearest Mark! Go now and ensure that everything is brought into order which can be done!”
210,6. Mark goes, and immediately has the dishes brought to the tables, and also tells his sons their task, who immediately board a big boat and ask the other previously mentioned sailors for their help.
210,7. But we leave our spot and head for our tables which had been occupied in the familiar order; the three risen people with the woman, however, go to Mark’s house, where they receive food, drink and a good bed for the night – and that is all according to My will, in order to strengthen them for the morning.
210,8. When we get to the tables, the inhabitants of Ouran’s tents begin to come out into the daylight and to look around for the tables designated for them.
210,9. Here Jarah plucks My clothing and says, “Lord, my constantly greater love, look over there, where the brave fighters for Your kingdom now begin to creep out into the open air, driven by hunger from their hiding places! Truly, there are very few spirits there apart from Mathael! Oh, it was so comical to see how the sight of the first pound-weight ball of hail that fell drove the fifty Pharisees with great haste into the great tents!
210,10. They knew as well as I that You are the most certain protector against every adversity, nevertheless they became poor in faith and very hesitant and sought material protection. Now they are obviously ashamed that they did this, and do not really dare, as it seems to me, to come before Your eyes, oh Lord! Well, Mathael would have stayed with his companions; but he had to follow his young, very beautiful royal wife. So he can be forgiven, in my opinion, but the weak trust and small faith was the fault of the others, and I cannot therefore respect them very much.”
210,11. I say, “You are quite right, My little daughter; but let’s leave them who are still weak in one thing or another – time and multiple experiences will make them stronger in everything! Just think how much you have experienced at My side, and you can therefore easily possess more courage; but these have experienced much less, and therefore their fear was greater than their trust. But in the future they will also be more trusting. Do you understand that?”
210,12. Jarah says, “Yes, I understand that for sure, but I also know how everyone in Genezareth experienced just as much as I did, and yet at the beginning no-one but I dared to walk on the water with You, not even Your disciples! Where then lay the lesser trust?”
210,13. I say, “Again in your greater experience; for My angel carried you visibly in his hands, and you had experiences that no person until now has ever made. And in addition you had certainly the greatest and most powerful love for Me, in which the greatest trust also reigns.
210,14. Therefore do not wonder too much why your trust in Me is stronger than that of other people, for your great love gives you this!
210,15. But, as I already hinted to you in Genezareth, in several years you will have to face many temptations with which you will have to fight, despite the great trust in Me. But through the power and strength of My name you will defeat all temptations and will from then on walk freely in My light.
210,16. For what a person wants to have freely for himself from Me, he must fight for it with his own strength! You, My dearest little daughter, have not yet fought any fight yourself, and the actual time and the true opportunity was not there; that will only happen for every man when My work is completed on this Earth.
210,17. I am only the sower and I lay the good grain in the living field of your hearts. The seed will only sprout there, and then become capable of producing the most blessed fruit; only then will you have to care for the fruit yourself on your own soil with some effort and self-denial! Truly he who brings the fruit that I sowed in his heart purely and richly into the barns of My spirit that I built within him, will be blessed! Truly, he will never feel hunger or thirst!
210,18. Therefore what you, My dearest Jarah, have now, is only the seed laid by Me in your heart. After several years it will be there as a field of waving corn and faced with all sorts of storms; but then you must powerfully and trustingly protect the waving field from the threatening storms through the self-denying love for Me, so that it does not come to destructive ruin and destroy the magnificent field of corn that I Myself have sown! For once a dominant storm comes across such a field, it is almost impossible to hold it back.
210,19. You will still remember several weeks ago how I established a garden for you in Genezareth and filled it with all sorts of useful plants!? The plants grow well and very luxuriantly; but the little garden and the plants must be cared for, the weeds wherever they shoot up must be taken out, and if it is very hot and dry, the watering can cannot be neglected.
210,20. And behold, I have also laid such a garden in your heart and have filled it richly with all sorts of useful growths; the waiting and further care of this garden is your job alone. If you pay all attention and all industriousness to the care of this little garden, you will soon be able to harvest it richly! Do you understand this image well?”
210,21. Jarah says, “Yes, Lord, my only love, I understand it completely, but I could become sad about it because I still have to withstand some storms before the harvest! But I hope an believe: You will not let You poor maid be destroyed if she calls out to You for help in her affliction; for You have heard my pleading and listened when I did not see and recognize You as I do now!”
210,22. I say, “Everyone that recognizes Me and calls Me in their heart and trusts in the power of My name will never come to damage and shame in all eternity; you can be fully assured of that! But now we must sit down at the tables and eat was has been placed on them!”
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