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Chapter 8 - The outer rest and inner activity of the group.

8,1. With that Judas Iscariot stepped back, and I said to Helena, Ouran and Mathael: “Let all this rest since we have more important matters to discuss! Keep the servant and do not punish him; because he would never have attempted this feeble trick, if it had not been for an evil spirit which drove him to it! But he was driven in this way in order that he would foretell a prophecy for us which will be fulfilled. However let us devote no more time to this topic since we have now much more important things to discuss!”

8,2. However Cyrenius asked me quite surprised: “Lord, what will they be? It appears to me that there can me nothing more important than the experiences we have already had here! Please tell me, Lord! My heart is trembling from the desire to hear about Your new instructions and decisions, so that I can act accordingly!”

8,3. I say: “Just be a little patient; since everything needs its own time to reach its maturity! A little rest is now the main requirement. Please therefore rest with Me for a short while!”

8,4. After that they all rested and the matter between Judas Iscariot and Ouran’s security guard, which concerned Ouran and Mathael very little in any event, was settled. The two of them were discussing very important government matters with Kornelius and Faustus since Ouran was beginning to feel the pressure of time. He had already begun to think seriously of returning to the people over whom he ruled, bringing this great fund of truth, and in so doing to make them as happy as possible. He wanted to rule over sensible and wise people, not mere human insects or machines, without knowledge or purpose, drifting through life like animals.

8,5. Meanwhile Risa observed his two corpses and his only thought was as to whether they would become alive again after the preparatory manipulation which he had seen followed in conclusion by the power of My name. Others around Me wondered what the very important matter could be, which I wished to attend to after the short rest. In a word, although it looked to all appearances as if everyone was at rest, their inner souls were in turmoil and no one knew the cause or the effect! Philopold, Murel and Kisjonah put their heads together and deliberated in great detail about what might happen; Cyrenius and Ebahl and Jarah were also deep in thought without being able to discover anything that might still happen. It appeared to them that all possibilities were already exhausted.

8,6. Schabbi and Jurah, the two spokesmen chosen by the Persians, said to their colleagues, who were putting them under strong pressure: “Stop it! That would amount to testing the power of God in our hearts! What do we know about the way our inner beings have been created! If we do not however know anything about ourselves, how should we know how God is constituted within His own being or what He will do?! This we do know however, that everything He will perform will manifest great wisdom and will be chosen to our best advantage. No matter what will happen now, whether more or less wonderful than before, it should trouble us very little! We are and will remain merchants and we can make very good use of everything which promotes our interests. In the end we regard everything as equally wonderful, valuable and important which comes from Him, the unique Lord of Eternity, and from the infinity of all His countless deeds and works.

8,7. Since we have not known ourselves for any length of time, we can also not know what else we still need in addition to everything we have already received. He however knows and He can therefore choose the next happening as being something exceptional and very important! For this reason, it is impossible for the Lord who has regulated all order from the beginning of time, to start counting at 13 or 14, he can always only begin at 1. As such He also knows very simply and clearly, what we require in the correct sequence in order to achieve inner perfection in our lives. We can therefore await the happening that He still plans to bring about today in complete tranquillity!”

8,8. This very wise advice calmed the souls of the Persians completely; as well as the minds of those sitting at My table, who quietened down to await the deed which I would openly perform at a later time, with very keen anticipation and joy.

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