GGJ04-230

From Search Jesus-Comes
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Main Page The great Gospel of John Volume 4 GGJ04-230 Chapter


Chapter 230 - The consequences of unchastity.

230,1. (The Lord:) “However, with regard to the propriety of the flesh in life and true maidenly chastity, there is not another nation on earth, which upholds these virtues more than these black people. To them the vices of prostitution, infidelity and immorality are most foreign.

230,2. This is however something that is of the greatest importance in life because if white people could forsake their immorality and only have intercourse in order to awaken a fruit in the body of a virtuous woman, I tell you: There would not be a single one among you who would not at least be clairvoyant! However, as is your custom, both the man and the woman waste their best strength in their often daily secretion of life’s juices which are most refined and most closely related to the soul. There are thus no reserves which could be stored to ensure that an ever more intense light would finally build up in the soul!

230,3. This behaviour causes them to become more and more lethargic and polyp-like hedonistic beings. They are seldom capable of clear thinking and are fearful, cowardly, very materialistic, moody, capricious, selfish, envious and jealous. They only understand any spiritual matter with difficulty or not at all as their minds always drift away to the attractions of stinking flesh and they are incapable of lifting themselves to any higher spiritual level. If here and there are a few among them, who, at least during moments when the lustful thoughts of the flesh are not occupying their minds, might glance briefly upwards, then there immediately appear, like a black cloud in the sky, new sensuous thoughts to blanket the higher ground to such an extent that the soul simply forgets about it and immediately plunges back into the stinking pool of carnal desire!

230,4. With these people their frequent good intentions are mostly of little or no value at all. They mostly resemble pigs which throw themselves greedily and repeatedly into the most disgusting sewage and wallow in it with their whole body or even like dogs which hungrily devour their own vomit!

230,5. It must therefore be said to you in all truth that pimps and whores, adulterers and adulteresses and other immoral degenerates of all kinds and of both sexes will with great difficulty or not at all find a way to enter My kingdom!

230,6. If you think in your hearts that this is a little too harsh, then you should try to reform one of these men who are obsessed by the flesh! Start by drawing his attention to God’s commandments and say to him: ‘Peace be with you, the kingdom of God is nigh! Abandon your life of vice, love God above all things and your neighbour as yourself! Search for the truth and seek out the kingdom of God in the recesses of your heart. Abandon the world and its materiality, and try to bring your spirit to life within your being! Pray, search and act in accordance with God’s ordinances!’ You will have directed these words to completely deaf ears! He will laugh at you, turn his back on you and say to you: ‘Just go away, you pious fool, do not irritate me with your stupidity, otherwise you will force me to hit you in the face!’

230,7. Tell Me what else would you do to a debauched fiend like that provided you had no governmental power available to you?! If you admonish him for a second time, you can expect him to be even more offensive than the first time! What then? -

230,8. You decide to perform a miracle in front of his eyes! Will this perhaps open his ears and his eyes? See, he’ll regard this as magic saying: ‘More of these entertaining tricks, please!’ There is no disadvantage for him, as otherwise he will just attack you and fight in a deadly way. Even if you paralyse his limbs he will still heap the most hideous curses onto your head!

230,9. Therefore a fornicator is not just a sensuous scapegoat - in his agitated state he is also an evil person full of wild fury as well as blind and deaf to everything that is good and true in the spirit. You will more easily convert a robber than a real fornicator and adulterer.”

Main Page The great Gospel of John Volume 4 GGJ04-230 Chapter