GGJ03-224

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Chapter 224 - Murel's speech of praise and gratitude.

224,1. Says Murel: “Friend, I am now relieved and fully in the clear about everything that was previously unclear to me; but I also see now that a person without an extraordinary support from God would never in all eternity have managed anything! Who can make such a clear look into the endlessly great house accommodation of God except a spirit from heaven?! Only the spirit of God can see through such matters and then reveal them to us people who are at least of a good will. But if the people wanted to discover something with their mind without a revelation from above, they would certainly never discover anything from eternity to eternity except something foolish and banal; but God the Lord and our Father of all cares for His children and allows good things come to them from heaven if they thirst after it!

224,2. Oh, therefore now all praise and my love to Him, the only truly good and holy greatest benefactor of mankind! How eminent and great is the bright thought which like a sun is rising out of the darkness of night in my heart!

224,3. We people on this Earth are all brothers and sisters, and the holy, good Father leads us through His all-powerful and wisest disposition towards the most eminent holy goal!

224,4. Oh, brother Philopold, what a never-repayable service you have done for me! How can I, or how should I repay you?! Friend, if I from now on had to live as long as Metusalah and all temples and catacombs of the earthly-human wisdom were at my disposal, in the end I would know hardly as much about all the truths you have now revealed to me as I knew about them when you began to reveal the miracles to me! Now hardly an hour has gone, and I now stand illuminated like Moses on Sinai, when the flames of the light of God flickered high above his head and he was literally penetrated through and through with body and soul by the divine wisdom!

224,5. Oh, how good I feel now in this holy and true light of God! Yes, but how should I begin to praise and worship Him who first awoke you forcefully so that you were now in the position to awaken me so very powerfully and brightly?! Is it ever possible for a human tongue to pronounce words that would be worthy of Him?! No, no, never! Here every mortal tongue must fall silent when the living Word starts to blaze in the most powerful flames of the newly-awakened love to God, the Holy Father!

224,6. Oh, how endlessly great and eminent are You, holy Master, above us now! Who understands You entirely?! Not us people, and neither eternity!

224,7. Since You, holy Master, know about such things about which only He can know who created them, then I say: if You, holiest Father, are clothed in the flesh before us, then my heart recognizes You nonetheless! You are quite the same who gave Your chosen people the holy commandments of life through Moses on Sinai and always spoke to the people through the mouth of the holy prophet! You are the prophesied one and now fulfill the great Word of God of Your eternal fatherly love to Your now still weak and immature children. Oh let us soon become manly and strong, and out of our hearts and out of our immortal mouth a praise shall be brought to You, the like of which heaven has never brought to You, oh holiest Father!

224,8. Oh Earth, you are small as a world in comparison with the great worlds there above which rotate in their endlessly great and wide orbits in the immeasurable creation – but how great you are now in comparison with all those above, since you alone now carry Him whom they all cannot grasp!

224,9. Oh, all you brothers, why do you still tarry to rise and praise him above all, since you must now know as well as I who is before you?! And should you perhaps not fully know, than I tell you all: Here is He, the Lord, the Father of eternity; heaven and Earth are filled to overflowing with His great and eternal magnificence! Praise Him, praise Him with me, and help, you who have already been made powerful in His great mercy and compassion!”

224,10. At this I say to Murel, “It is enough, it is perfectly enough, My dearest friend Murel! I knew you for a long time and knew well what was hidden in you. Because you have understood so much in such a short time, you will also understand even more!

224,11. But now come here to Me and drink out of the cup from which I have drunk, a purest wine; afterwards you will realize quite different things to what have just been revealed to you by friend Philopold! So come to Me!”

224,12. Murel says, “Oh, you call of calls, you voice of voices, you word of words, for the first time recognized and understood by my stupidity! Who can resist You if he has recognized You in his heart?! Oh, how eminent, holy, great and lovely, and how so very familiar You sound out of the holy mouth of the Father to the weak children who have been so long exiled from Your heart! How many thousand upon thousand blessings flood to me with a breath from the mouth of Him who once thundered out the LET THERE BE! into endless space, at which it then began to rain and to move through all the endless spaces which eternity cannot conceive and will never conceive!

224,13. Tremble and shake now everything in me which ever lent me power for a sinful deed; but you, my new-born heart, rejoice and jubilate! For behold, your creator, your God and Father has called you; therefore follow the call of this voice which breathed life into your fibers!

224,14. Oh voice of the father, what a pleasant sound you are to the ear of the childish love in the heart of a child awoken from a deadly sleep!”

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