GGJ03-213

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Chapter 213 - The Lord explains the law of the Pharisees.

213,1. I immediately answer instead of Shabbi and say, “Listen, My friend Jurah, your question is just and of great importance; you do not need to repeat it to Me for I know anyway what is bothering you!

213,2. You see, it is true that there is a commandment, but only since the time of the judges, where it is commanded from the mouth of a seer to listen to those who sit on the chairs of Moses and Aaron and to do what they order from the spirit of the Lord; but only if their works are good. If their works are bad, they should be pushed off the chairs by the most worthy descendents of Levi.

213,3. But those on the mentioned chairs knew very well how to disguise their deeds. Instead of the worthy descendents of Aaron and Moses only vicious wolves sat and are still sitting on the holy chairs and as such they have scattered laws among the people as divine will, before which the world even must shudder!

213,4. But think back to how often I have let these false descendents of Moses and Aaron be chastised through the mouth of the holy prophets, and how often I have tamed them with the sharpest rod! But what good did it do? Things became better for a time; but soon after they became worse than before, until it has now become so bad that it can never get any worse. They have filled the barrel with every vice, and only a few drops more and it will immediately begin to overflow and will destroy them all like Noah’s flood; of that you can be fully assured!

213,5. But like many, the law of sacrifices in the temple has also replaced Moses’ law concerning the obligations of children towards their parents. At the beginning it looked very good and just appearance and concerned only those children whose parents – as was often the case – were true throw-backs of humanity. But these strangely often had very good and honest children, who devotionally saw and knew the cardinal sins of their biological parents very well. The demands which their evil parents placed on them made their hairs stand on end; but in the misunderstood Law of Moses it was written that they should honor their parents above all through obedience!

213,6. For such reasons, at the time when the temple was still good, such unhappy children asked in the temple what they should do, and said: ‘It is in any case true that Moses commanded from God to obey the parents and to respect them highly and to honor them all one’s life, so that one would live long and things would go well on Earth; but Moses also commanded not to kill, not to steal, to speak no untruths, to commit no indecent acts with virgins and even less to covet the neighbor’s wife. But their terrible parents now demand such things from them! What should they do now in order not to sin against Moses’ commandments?’

213,7. Then the High Priest, filled with the spirit of God, spoke: Leave these parents of yours, sacrifice a gift instead of the bad obedience, and pray to God, and it will be better for you and also through the mercy from above for your undutiful parents!

213,8. And then it happened that such children left their wicked parents, brought a sacrifice to the temple for themselves and for their terrible parents and then sought to enter service with good people in order to lead a life pleasing to God.

213,9. So far and in this much the law was entirely of divine origin. But with time the vicious wolves who sat in sheep’s clothing on the chairs of Moses and Aaron generalized this law, and then even the undutiful children of quite good and honest parents could buy themselves free of obedience towards their parents through sacrifices, in order to then be able to sin quite freely and without a conscience!

213,10. In this way the double commandment of God was also twice suppressed and in its place a purely hellishly human statute was set which naturally must be an abomination before God because it is quite against His order; for only a somewhat pure-thinking person must see at first glance that such a statute can never be divine, but only of a hellish and satanic origin! In any case, this all shall soon have an end, and then there will not be much more to strive against.

213,11. Otherwise it is surely in order that a weak man lets himself be led by a strong man! But parents are always stronger than their children; and it is therefore quite in order that the children let themselves be led by their parents; but if the weak man notices that the strong man wants to throw him off a deadly precipice, the weak man would do well to get away from the strong man and find himself a safe place.

213,12. Incidentally only he is entirely fulfilling the Law of Moses, who behaves as I showed the old king Ouran perfectly clear earlier. Did you understand that now?”

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