GGJ04-39

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Chapter 39 - The eternal fundamental law of brotherly love.

39,1. (The Lord):- "The following contains the practical explanation of all laws laid down by Moses and of all the predictions made by all the prophets: Love God as your eternal Father above all and your poor and often sick brothers and sisters under all circumstances as yourselves, and you will, as true children of the eternal Father in Heaven and healthy in your souls, be just as perfect as He is Himself, - that is your true calling. He who will not be as perfect as the Father in heaven, will not come to Him and dine at His table for ever. {lev.11,44; lev.19,02; lk.06,36; jl.ev01.155,15; jl.ev01.039,05; jl.ev01.039,08; jl.ev01.050,13; jl.ev01.071,13; jl.ev01.039,05-10; jl.ev02.159,14; jl.ev03.180,06; jl.ev04.001,04; jl.ev04.039,01; jl.ev04.110,11; jl.ev04.245,04; jl.ev05.271,06; jl.ev06.226,10; jl.ev07.054,12-13; jl.ev07.139,06; jl.ev08.027,11; jl.ev09.022,05; jl.ev09.024,05; jl.ev09.102,07; jl.gso2.018,15}

39,2. Behold, My Cyrenius, with this you have in a nutshell everything you once regarded as a worldly evil, hard to eradicate. It is certainly difficult to fight against the falsehood which prevails among the people of the world because it is a grave fundamental illness of the soul. However one can easily come to grips with falsehood by means of the truth which shines forth from love like the light from a flame. But if you need light to illuminate a dark room, will anyone call you wise if you set the room on fire instead and thus destroy it? Therefore, the sword shall not be used to spread My word and My teaching.

39,3. If you wish to heal someone who is tormented by a wound, then you should not inflict next to the existing wound a fresh wound which is ten times more severe because if you were to do this, it would be better if you had left the victim’s wound unhealed! [04) It is true that whoever wishes to spread My word and My teaching with a sword in his hand, will not be blessed by Me for his zeal but will instead be cast out into the most profound darkness. If you illuminate a room with pure oil lamps during the night, then everybody who is in it will enjoy the pleasant light; but if you burn down the whole room, everybody will start to curse you and shun you as a crazy fool.

39,5. Whoever preaches the healing of souls shall speak audibly yet gently and not shout like a madman whose mouth foams with fury and doom since someone who splutters with fury is not in a better position to convince some other person with his uncontrolled shouting! He either causes his listeners to mock him and laugh at him, or, if he pushes his noisy behaviour too far, they will finally chase him from their company with sticks and fists

39,6. Further, let no one speak a word of reconciliation to his brother with the thorn of anger in his heart for he will in the end say too much in his angry pride and become furious; in this way he will not cause his brother to become reconciled but rather induce in him the opposite effect, pushing the imagined good outcome far into the background!

39,7. Yes, when disseminate My teachings you should always wear a friendly smile; since with My teachings you are delivering the friendliest and most joyful message from the heavens to the people and therefore must accompany it with the most joyous and most friendly approach!

39,8. What would somebody tell you, however, if you came to him to invite him to enjoy a festive meal, but you phrased your invitation as follows: ‘Listen, you unworthy sinner, damned by God! Indeed, I hate you because of your sins and the righteousness of God, but, nevertheless, I entreat you with all the means in my power to come to my festive table, in order to ensure that I do not have to curse and damn you forever if you should turn me down. If you do attend, however, than at least you can be assured of my mercy and my goodwill on that happy day!’

39,9. Tell me, what would the recipient reply to such an invitation, and would the festive table spread out for him indeed be an occasion for him to enjoy! I think that even the most stupid person would say:- ”Thank you but no, thank you” to such an invitation! He would, if he feels weak, come to the meal in order to protect his own back from the threatened unfavourable consequences, but if he feels strong, the bearer of the ill-mannered invitation will be seized and thrown out of his house. The fact that he will not accept such an invitation, goes without saying.

39,10. Therefore, when spreading My teaching, which is also an invitation from the Heavens to enjoy a festive meal, care must above all be taken to ensure that all those who will bring My teaching to the peoples on this earth are completely friendly as true messengers from Heavens when they proclaim the gospel. It is clear that something exceedingly joyous and good can certainly not be communicated by a facial grimace distorted by unconcealed rage. If someone were to behave like that, he would either be a fool or a joker and as such totally unsuited to the work of spreading My word. - Have you and all the others clearly understood my explanation?”

39,11. Said Cyrenius, full of remorse because of the truth of My admonition: “Lord, You are the only truthful person and I have understood everything well enough. As far as I am concerned, I will strictly observe each and every point! Naturally I can not give you any guarantees for any of the others; but I think that they have understood You as well as I did. At the same time, however, I recognize now how greatly and how often I have most grievously sinned against mankind with my comprehensive knowledge, my conscience, my desires and my will-power! Who will make recompense for my sins to those, against whom I have sinned?”

39,12. I say: “Do not concern yourself about that, but only about the future! Now, however, something new will come up!”

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