HHG2-102

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Chapter 102 - THE CHILDREN OF THE LOWLANDS AS VOLUNTARY PRISONERS OF THE DIVINE GRACE AND MERCY. ADAM'S FATHERLY BLESSING

102,1. When Enoch had finished his speech Horadal rose and, full of the highest respect, bowed almost to the ground and then went back to his army, telling them in a loud voice Who He was before Whom he and most of the others had prostrated themselves, and what His will was.

102,2. When all the people, or rather the armed men with their wives and children, heard this from the mouth of their usually tyrannical and harsh commander, they began to rejoice and in their excessive joy to weep and with all their might glorified and praised Him Who had so pacified Horadal and given him such a good, gentle and mild commandment.

102,3. Only a few who had left their wives and children behind in the lowlands did not know what to do.

102,4. For this reason they turned to Horadal asking him what could be done about it.

102,5. But Horadal said to them, full of earnest: 'We are now in the hand of the almighty God, for Whom it is easy to scatter us with the slightest whiff of His mouth like empty chaff; therefore, all we have to be concerned about is how to fulfill His almighty, alone divine and true, holy will All else no longer concerns us in the least; for He, the alone true, eternal, infinitely mighty God, ranks also infinitely higher than all our wives and children.

102,6. "Since already Lamech's will could coerce you to leave everything and go into the very doubtful and utterly dangerous war with the mighty dwellers of the heights, you will, hopefully, have all the more reason to submit here to an almighty will, I say the will through which we and all things were created.

102,7. "Understand this, lay down the weapons all of you, which we shall never need again, and follow My example.

102,8. "He who insists on going down, is free to do so; but then he will find it hard to escape unharmed.

102,9. "If the mountain guards have let him pass unscathed, he may expect with great certainty the wrathful Lamech to deal with him a thousand times worse than any raging tiger!

102,10. "So, whoever wants to turn back, let him do so right away; but those who think differently shall follow me to the four great ones, behind whom those two are standing who took and led us here with great force.

102,11. hus let it be done according to the most holy will of Him, Who gave all of us this command! Amen."

102,12. When this order was passed from mouth to mouth and heard by all, there was no one among the people who would have objected to what Horadal had loudly proclaimed to all.

102,13. However, while Horadal proclaimed My will to his people, I, as the high Abedam, said to Enoch: "Enoch, behold, the people of the night have grasped the word of your mouth and a rough servant of the serpent is now preaching My will to its brood.

102,14. "Behold, this miracle is greater than all those we have worked on the height and below it. Therefore, I will now add another miracle which shall be threefold in that, firstly, I will accept the brood's children just as though they were completely My children; then those who left their wives and children in the lowlands shall be met by them in the land where they have to go - Lamel has already been informed and is arranging it.

102,15. "But your word, beginning with the coming judgment and up to your question as to who it is who is godless, shall be passed on word for word to all nations to the end of all Times of times, and the last children of the earth will still be mentioning your name as is presently done by your fathers, brothers and children.

102,16. "For behold, you have just prepared a great joy for Me; verily, for this joy you shall be rewarded by Me infinitely throughout all times and eternity! Amen."

102,17. Here, Abedam turned to Adam and said to him: "Adam, behold, Cain's children have already prepared themselves before us to receive your blessing, and so let us go to them and give them what they expect. Amen."

102,18. And Adam stepped forward according to Abedam's will and went ahead of the three to where Horadal was waiting for him, full of the deepest respect.

102,19. When he arrived there he promptly dealt out his fatherly blessing to all, after which he thanked Abedam most fervently for endowing him with such power.

102,20. But Abedam said: "Adam, now you have acted properly; for I tell you and you others: Bless whenever you want to curse, and you will always vanquish those who seek to persecute or destroy you.

102,21. "Never pay back evil with evil, and you will be truly My children; for I let My sun shine upon both the righteous and sinners.

102,22. "And you, Horadal, shall stay here during midday and only when all have strengthened themselves proceed to the destined land, after I have given you three words for yourself and your people towards death and towards life. Amen."

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