GGJ10-157

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Chapter 157 - The Lord gives John and Matthew advice for their annotations.

157,1. On this, My John said: “Should I take note on my parchment sheets about that which You taught us so mercifully today, or not? It could be at least important for the world after us.”

157,2. I said: “You can leave this out, for in that time I will, when it is necessary, let such things be revealed to the people of good will by the mouth of new awakened helpers, seers and prophets. And in that time, those who will be awakened by Me and who will be born again in My Spirit, will be guided into all the truth and wisdom that is necessary for them.

157,3. However, besides the most important things of My work as Teacher on this Earth concerning the exceptional teachings and deeds that you have recorded in the lasting gospel that is written by you, you will also mention that I still have taught and said many things which are not written in that book. And even if they were written in books, the world – meaning the people – would not be able to grasp them. And this will be sufficient.

157,4. For the rest, the fact that I will reveal Myself to those who believe in Me, love Me and keep My commandments of love, which you wrote down a long time ago, should be sufficient for everyone who will be baptized and strengthened by My Spirit from the Heavens.”

157,5. When I gave this clear answer to John, he was completely satisfied with that, but the evangelist and scribe Matthew, who was also present, said: “Lord, I also assembled many notes with great zeal about Your teachings and deeds, and You did not say that these will also last.”

157,6. I said: “Your notes will also last. However, the notes that you have written with your own hand will stay somewhere as Scripture, but they will not be very beneficial to the people with whom they will stay. But someone else, who will write in your name, will replace you, and his Scripture will last. And so you also can be satisfied and reassured.

157,7. But since it is already late at night, we will give us some rest. The day of tomorrow will also bring its own.”

157,8. The innkeeper came and stood with deep respect before Me and wanted to take us all to a bedroom.

157,9. But I said: “Do this for the 3 pilgrims. We will stay the whole night like this at this table.”

157,10. The innkeeper was satisfied with that and he took the 2 strangers, who were very surprised about My words which they did not understand, to their bedroom. They already rejoiced in the day to come to make further acquaintance with Me and My company and they thanked the innkeeper in their bedroom for his hospitality.

157,11. We then rested as usual till sunrise, and we all stood up from the table by that time and went outside.

157,12. A few hundred paces outside of the city there was a rather high hill that was about 100 feet higher than the already high level of land surface, and from that height we really had a beautiful and wide view over the great plains of the Euphrates. And to the west we could see a big part of the Jordan valley to the Dead Sea, a part of Jerusalem, Bethlehem and still a lot of other places up to the Lebanon.

157,13. The innkeeper was not absent and came with us upon this hill, and he explained to us the things that could be seen in the east, in the south, in the west and in the north, for he knew this region very well, and My disciples were discussing with him.

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