GGJ03-217

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Chapter 217 - Cyrenius' and the Lord's discussion about Murel, Stahar and the disciples.

217,1. Here Cyrenius says to Me, who had listened very attentively to this rather noisy discussion, “Lord and Master, our leader Stahar has proven himself! I would not have expected such wisdom in him! He silenced his adversaries very easily, and it should be most wondered at that he defeated Murel; for I have known him as a first class speaker and consider him to be a person who has made the greatest experience on the dear Earth in all places and ends and therefore knows how to say much, and what he says always has a solid basis. I know him because he constantly came to me as a representative when the Jewish priesthood had a particular concern. He always knew how to clothe his petition in a way that one could never completely refuse it. And therefore I am all the more surprised that Stahar has now fully defeated this Murel.

217,2. I am sure You, oh Lord, also just laid some little word on his tongue; for otherwise Murel would have been the obvious victor! Murel also had a point. His suppositions were not entirely built on sand; but Stahar countered him and showed him things that naturally stand on much firmer soil.

217,3. Actually I must admit that there are men among the Jews, even in this most degenerate time, the like of whom cannot be found anywhere else in the world, and I can therefore no longer be their enemy. But I must in any case give Stahar back a position in which he should have a very fruitful sphere according to his wisdom; for he is now completely on Your side!”

217,4. I say, “Yes, he is, and I have known for a long time that he achieve this – but Murel will be even more important; for Murel’s spirit is one of great firmness, and very many good useful experiences form the basis of his soul, with whose help he can differ very well between all the true things from the false and all the good from evil. This Murel we must awake even more and show him the only true order of the divine spirit, and he will then be able to show it to the others with immense eloquence.”

217,5. Cyrenius says, “But what surprises me very much about Your actual disciples here is that they are there as if they were not here at all! They only listen and always open wide their eyes in attention, but there is not talking and speaking among them! Why do they behave so passively then?”

217,6. I say, “Because all of them but one already knows very well what they have to do! Whoever is silent and listens, collects continually; but whoever speaks himself, scatters and never comes to real abundance. But if My disciples, who were already with Me at the beginning, have once collected very much, then they will also speak, and the salvation will then be announced through them to the nations of the Earth. There are extremely wise men among them, although they mostly are poor fishermen.

217,7. But now back to our Murel again! He will still give us a lot to deal with, but after that he will cross over to a true giant strength of spirit out of his own self-development.”

217,8. Cyrenius says, “I am looking forward to this task very extraordinarily much; for I always have great joy when some blind men can see again and the mute can speak.”

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