GGJ04-218

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Chapter 218 - The power of a perfect soul.

218,1. (The Lord:) “This level of supreme perfection in life could not have been attained by anyone before My incarnation and so I came to this earth to make you My true children by the rebirth of your spirits within your souls. If I now speak of a perfect soul, I refer to a soul in which My spirit is now active, but which has not yet become completely one with Mine.

218,2. Based on the reasons I have mentioned, a perfected soul is therefore not only able to perform miracles as a ruler of all creation, but will also have fleeting visions within purely spiritual spheres because of its more perceptive spirit. It can also the words spoken by the spirit of God, as was the case with all the seers and prophets, who in tandem with their gift of seeing and prophesying out of My spirit, also had, in the view of all men thinking in terms of nature, some visibly miraculous control of the elements and over all creation.

218,3. Moses performed miracles, as did his brother Aaron, also Joshua and later Elias, and after him many more prophets and seers.

218,4. A prophet by the name of Daniel (‘son of the day or of the light’) was thrown by a cruel king of Babylon into a lions’ den with twelve hungry lions as punishment for delivering a critical speech about him. They had been fed for years with all kinds of unlucky criminals. Hearing Daniel’s sharp and admonishing words, the angry king, despite admiring the seer for his wisdom, threw Daniel without pity or respect into the den to his certain death.

218,5. However Daniel’s perfect soul was also the master of the hungry lions! When he was thrown into the den by the king’s henchmen, the lions not only did nothing to him, but crouched round him with obvious reverence as their natural lord and master. Daniel, knowing that he would survive among the lions, asked his disciples for his writing board and for three days set down his prophecy, unharmed by the twelve lions in the death pit. When this was reported to the king, he was filled with remorse. He ordered Daniel to be lifted out of the pit in a basket and gave him his freedom.

218,6. At the same time there were three disciples who refused to bend their knees in front of Baal. The stupid king was so incensed by this that he ordered for a limekiln to be heated excessively for three days, into which the three would be thrown, if they continued to ignore the king’s order any longer. However the disciples, in the perfection of their souls, stuck to their well-founded principles and showed not the slightest fear of the glowing kiln. The three days passed, and the three youth were, on the merciless orders of the king, seized by his henchmen and thrown over the glowing edge into the fiery pit. However, not a single hair on any of their heads was harmed, while all of the king’s henchmen were trapped by the excessive heat and burned to cinders.

218,7. So, what was it that protected the disciples in the fiery kiln? Their perfected souls observing My primordial ordinances! Finally an angel appeared and led them totally unharmed out of the terrible heat which prevented any other person from coming closer than thirty paces for fear of suddenly being burned to death!

218,8. These are just examples of the splendid strength and power of a perfected soul!”

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