HHG2-121

From Search Jesus-Comes
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Main Page The Household of God Volume 2 HHG2-121 Chapter


Chapter 121 - THE MEAL AND ITS ARRANGEMENT. THE LORD'S SPEECH ON OBSTACLES AND LIMITATIONS AS PREREQUISITES TO ALL LIFE

121,1. When they thus reached the height the high Abedam blessed the full baskets. Then He promptly made them deal out seven baskets to the people generally. Three baskets He kept for the height, the first for Himself and His nearest already known friends, including Pura, and invited also Seth to the basket. The second He gave to Adam and his children and told also the twelve known messengers to partake of the same, and the third He gave to all the already well-known children of the morning region.

121,2. When everything was properly distributed they all thanked the high Abedam for these glorious gifts and settled down by the baskets eating and drinking. And when everyone's hunger was appeased and they had all thanked the Lord in their hearts the high Abedam said to all those present:

121,3. "Children, whoever is tired among you, let him have his rest. However, he who can and will sit up with Me shall do so. Whoever, male or female, has some question, let him ask and he shall be answered."

121,4. After these words they all crowded around Abedam and spoke with one voice as follows:

121,5. "O Father, who might be able to sleep with You awake while words of eternal life are streaming from Your most holy mouth? So do permit us all to stay awake and do not tempt us with sleep. Your holy Will. Amen."

121,6. And Abedam replied: "So stay awake in My name. Amen."

121,7. But Pura, still resting in Abedam's embrace, asked Him, full of love and fear: "O Jehovah, may I too ask something and entreat You to graciously give me and all the others answer to a question on my part?

121,8. And Abedam said to her: "Behold, you My chosen Pura, there is an ancient rule, nowadays still valid even in the lowlands, saying: The king and the stranger have precedence.'

121,9. "You, too, are still a stranger here. Thus it is fitting for you to be the first to ask for a clear answer, and so just ask and I will reveal to you briefly everything you wish to have revealed. Amen."

121,10. And Pura promptly asked the following question: "Jehovah, You almighty Creator of all visible and invisible things, You know how wicked and surely against Your most holy will things are down there.

121,11. "You are still just as almighty now as You were when You created heaven and earth, Could You not possibly instantly better the lowlands and completely reform them according to Your wishes? For in the lowlands people know as much as nothing of You and, as You surely well know, no longer wish to know. - O Jehovah, could this not be achieved?"

121,12. Thereupon Abedam said to Pura: "Listen, you My chosen Pura, this question was not invented by you but it belongs to the entire self-aware infinity.

121,13. "But I also tell you this: I will only give closer details on the subject to you and the children, friends and brothers present but not to the whole of infinity - even if I were asked by it one eternity after another.

121,14. "And so do listen all of you: Obstacles are the foundation for all being and permanency. An existing thing exists only through its innate limitation, which is for the same an obvious obstacle.

121,15. "Look at the sun! Were it not limited by My will which is for it a permanent, eternal hindrance, truly, there would not be a single sun in heaven or an earth in the great universe either!

121,16. "Look at a stone, how limited it is from all sides and how many obstacles it comprises; indeed, the more limited and full of obstacles the more permanent, solid, pure and genuine it is.

121,17. “Thus, all grass, all herbs and trees grow according to the law of limitation and owing to the manifold inner obstacles, which are a continual conflict of all their parts one with another.

121,18. "Therefore, the obstacles and limitations constitute the real essence of the things and without them they would immediately cease to exist and, thus, the whole infinite creation is comprised of nothing else but obstacles and limitations.

121,19. "Only I alone am - and must be - completely free and unlimited, so that through Me everything is provided with its fair obstacle and full limitation for its existence.

121,20. “The same as matters stand with things, they must also stand with all that is of the spirit.

121,21. "If the living spirit found no obstacle it would have no awareness and therefore no life.

121,22. "Since I allow for the spirit itself everywhere and at all times a great number of opposites, good and bad, - the bad for the good and the good for the bad -, the spirits clash awakening each other to life.

121,23. “Thereby the good keep getting more enlivened and, finally, the bad are also awakened by the good, take a different direction and, passing into true life, become progressively freer of one obstacle because they pass into the other one of true life.

121,24. "Behold, you My chosen Pura, thus begins My order which has no end ever. So do no longer worry about the lowlands but believe that I have foreseen all this from eternities and that all there is and happens, happens in accordance with My eternal counsel.

121,25. “The lowlands will be changed depending on how the height will change. But in the end it will yet come to pass that there will be one shepherd and one flock.

121,26. "But all this order is directed by love. Therefore, set your mind at rest, for I know best what there is and why it happens thus.

121,27. "However, the pure will behold all this in purity. Amen."

Main Page The Household of God Volume 2 HHG2-121 Chapter