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43,1. As soon as Adam had heard the words of Pariholi he began to reflect on his own person, and he fully realized the magnitude of the sin still hidden in him before God, which was the reason why the high Abedam did not want to sit down at Adam's basket; and he also realized the great disgrace into which he had plunged by trying to win for himself, an unborn man, worship beside God.
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1. As soon as Adam had heard the words of Pariholi, he began to reflect on himself, and he fully recognized the magnitude of his sins before God still hidden within him, which was why the high Abedam did not want to sit down at Adam's basket. He also realized the great disgrace he had plunged himself into by trying to be worshipped, an unborn man, as a coequal to God.
  
43,2. This he now realized; but apart from this realization he also asked his heart: "How shall I now blot out this, my most foolish stain in the eyes of the Lord, from my life?
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2. This he now realized; but apart from this realization he also asked his heart: "How am I to blot out this, my most foolish stain in the eyes of the Lord, from my life?
  
43,3. "Who will now save me and who prevent me from suffocating in the deepest mire of the most unheard-of dishonor - now before my God and all my children?"
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3. "Who will save me now and prevent me from suffocating in the deepest mire of the most egregious dishonor, in front of my God and all my children?"
  
43,4. Having harbored these thoughts he turned to the messenger Pariholi and said to him: "Pariholi, you did mention before something of a quick change of heart; however, I ask you how he who has turned so inexpressibly far away from God can find it as easy as you, with your lack of experience, imagine it to be?
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4. Having harbored these thoughts, he turned to the messenger Pariholi and said to him: "Pariholi, before this you did mention something about a quick change of heart; but I ask you: How can someone who turned so inexpressibly far away from God find it as easy as you, with your lack of experience, imagine it to be?
  
43,5. "Could you give me a satisfactory answer to my question? But consider well the unfathomable depth of my present utterly miserable fall.
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5. "Could you give me a satisfactory answer to my question? But please, do consider the unfathomable depth of my current, utterly miserable fall.
  
43,6. "O you most unfortunate thought, you most disgraceful thought which is most unworthy of my God!
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6. "O you most unfortunate and disgraceful thought, wholly unworthy of my God!
  
43,7. "O you most miserable preliminary burning, who ever inspired my heart with you so that I had to institute you for my present downfall?
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7. "O you most miserable preliminary burning, who inspired you within my heart, that I instituted you, only for it to lead to my present downfall?!
  
43,8. "O sun, accelerate your course so that your rays might no longer light up my immense disgrace before the whole earth!
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8. "O sun, accelerate your course across the sky, so your rays might no longer put a spotlight on my immense disgrace before the whole earth!
  
43,9. "O Pariholi, where is now a comforting word from you? What can you tell me that could ever raise me up again before God? Where is now the feasible quick change of heart mentioned by you? What can you now tell me and what give me lest I completely perish in the face of the immense dishonor which is holding me prisoner to the innermost root of this my now utterly miserable life?
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9. "O Pariholi, do you have a comforting word? What can you tell me that could ever raise me up again before God? Where is the quick change of heart you mentioned? What can you tell me and give me now, so I would not thoroughly perish in the face of the immense dishonor holding me prisoner, down to the very roots of this my utterly miserable life?
  
43,10. "Pariholi, oh speak, speak, speak now, if you can, may and will!
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10. "Pariholi, please speak, speak, speak now, if you can, may and will!
  
43,11. "With the voice coming from your chest cover my countenance lest it be too much exposed to the eye of Him, Who is now among us!"
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11. "With the voice coming from your chest cover my countenance, lest it be exposed too much to the eye of Him Who dwells among us!"
  
43,12. „Thereupon Pariholi replied to Adam: "O father Adam, so listen in the name of your and my God Jehovah, Who is holy, immensely holy and is now among us and visible to the eye of any child however unwashed:
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12. Thereupon Pariholi replied to Adam: "O father Adam, listen, in the name of your and my God, Jehovah, Who is holy, immensely holy, and is now among us, visible to the eyes of any child, however unwashed:
  
43,13. "How can you still question the possibility of a quick change of heart, being the first freely breathing witness of His endless mercies and thus knowing the endless love of Jehovah by several hundred more years than I do - and yet you can still question it?
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13. "How can you still question the possibility of a quick change of heart, you, being the first freely breathing witness of His endless mercies, being familiar with the endless love of Jehovah by several hundred years more than me; and yet you can still question it?
  
43,14. "Behold, the customary preliminary burning instituted by you, whereby you have been honored by us, your children, uninterruptedly for three hundred years, was surely a still secret folly of your heart in the eyes of God. Seeing you languish under the heavy pressure of that burden, He has now shown mercy to you, taken this heavy burden from your heart and has now fully freed you.
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14. "Behold, the customary preliminary burning instituted by you, whereby you have been honored by us, your children, uninterruptedly for three hundred years, was a secret folly of your heart in the eyes of God. Seeing you languish under the heavy pressure of that burden, He has now shown you mercy, taken this heavy burden from your heart and fully freed you.
  
43,15. "How can you, old father, who were the original teacher of us all, now still question the possibility of a quick change of heart, since He has changed your heart long ago, when you were still debating with yourself as to what evil might be behind this your preliminary burning?
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15. "How can you, old father, who were the original teacher of us all, still question the possibility of a quick change of heart, even though He has already changed your heart long ago, back when you were still debating with yourself as to what evil might be behind this preliminary burning of yours?
  
43,16. "Why do you become angry in your heart because the Lord, the holy Father, forcibly rids your heart of a mighty, hidden evil?
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16. "Why do you grow angry in your heart when the Lord, the holy Father, forcibly rids your heart of a mighty and hidden evil?
  
43,17. "Or do you maybe think that He intends to ruin you by thus graciously raising you up?
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17. "Or do you perhaps believe that He intends to ruin you by graciously raising you up?
  
43,18. "O father, - look towards that most holy spot; behold His eye, His mouth; behold His arms, stretched out wide in fatherly love and goodness! What sublime love is shining from His most holy countenance upon you, father Adam! And yet you can question the possibility of a quick change of heart!
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18. "O father, look towards that holiest of spots; behold His eye, His mouth, His arms, stretched out wide in fatherly love and goodness! What sublime love is shining forth from His most holy countenance upon you, father Adam! And yet you still question the possibility of a quick change of heart!
  
43,19. "O father, I cannot possibly tell you more about this in the most holy presence of Him Who calls to you in a very loud voice out of every hair on His head:
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19. "O father, I cannot possibly tell you more about this in the most holy presence of Him Who loudly calls out to you:
  
43,20. ''Adam, My son, why do you tarry so long and do not hurry into the open arms of your eternal, most holy Father, Whose endless love has occupied itself with you since eternities?'
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20. 'Adam, My son, why do you tarry so long and do not hurry into the open arms of your eternal, most holy Father, Whose endless love has occupied itself with you for eternities?'
  
43,21. "O father Adam, do you maybe still fail to understand these words?"
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21. "O father Adam, do you still not understand these words?"
  
43,22. After these words Adam jumped up, glowing with joy, and embraced Pariholi; then he said to him: "O Pariholi, who gave you these words to say?
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22. After these words, Adam jumped up, glowing with joy, and embraced Pariholi; he said to him: "O Pariholi, who gave you these words to say?
  
43,23. „Truly, the late evening did not bring this heavenly fruit to fruition in you.
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23. "Truly, it was not the late evening that brought this heavenly fruit to fruition within you.
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24. "So, let us both hurry on over to Him and embrace Him with the brightest flames of our love; for truly, truly, He has now lit both the preliminary and closing fire within my heart! Never before have I felt such an urge to love as I am feeling now; so let us quickly hurry to Him; Him, the most loving, most holy Father! Amen."
  
43,24. "Hence let us both hurry to Him and seize Him with the brightest flames of our love; for in truth, in very truth, now He has lit in my heart both the preliminary burning and the one following it. Never before have I felt such an urge to love as I am feeling now; so let us quickly hurry to Him, to Him, the most loving, most holy Father! Amen."
 
  
 
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Main Page The Household of God Volume 2 HHG2-43 Chapter


Chapter 43 - ADAM'S SELF-RECOGNITION, CONTRITION AND CONVERSION

1. As soon as Adam had heard the words of Pariholi, he began to reflect on himself, and he fully recognized the magnitude of his sins before God still hidden within him, which was why the high Abedam did not want to sit down at Adam's basket. He also realized the great disgrace he had plunged himself into by trying to be worshipped, an unborn man, as a coequal to God.

2. This he now realized; but apart from this realization he also asked his heart: "How am I to blot out this, my most foolish stain in the eyes of the Lord, from my life?

3. "Who will save me now and prevent me from suffocating in the deepest mire of the most egregious dishonor, in front of my God and all my children?"

4. Having harbored these thoughts, he turned to the messenger Pariholi and said to him: "Pariholi, before this you did mention something about a quick change of heart; but I ask you: How can someone who turned so inexpressibly far away from God find it as easy as you, with your lack of experience, imagine it to be?

5. "Could you give me a satisfactory answer to my question? But please, do consider the unfathomable depth of my current, utterly miserable fall.

6. "O you most unfortunate and disgraceful thought, wholly unworthy of my God!

7. "O you most miserable preliminary burning, who inspired you within my heart, that I instituted you, only for it to lead to my present downfall?!

8. "O sun, accelerate your course across the sky, so your rays might no longer put a spotlight on my immense disgrace before the whole earth!

9. "O Pariholi, do you have a comforting word? What can you tell me that could ever raise me up again before God? Where is the quick change of heart you mentioned? What can you tell me and give me now, so I would not thoroughly perish in the face of the immense dishonor holding me prisoner, down to the very roots of this my utterly miserable life?

10. "Pariholi, please speak, speak, speak now, if you can, may and will!

11. "With the voice coming from your chest cover my countenance, lest it be exposed too much to the eye of Him Who dwells among us!"

12. Thereupon Pariholi replied to Adam: "O father Adam, listen, in the name of your and my God, Jehovah, Who is holy, immensely holy, and is now among us, visible to the eyes of any child, however unwashed:

13. "How can you still question the possibility of a quick change of heart, you, being the first freely breathing witness of His endless mercies, being familiar with the endless love of Jehovah by several hundred years more than me; and yet you can still question it?

14. "Behold, the customary preliminary burning instituted by you, whereby you have been honored by us, your children, uninterruptedly for three hundred years, was a secret folly of your heart in the eyes of God. Seeing you languish under the heavy pressure of that burden, He has now shown you mercy, taken this heavy burden from your heart and fully freed you.

15. "How can you, old father, who were the original teacher of us all, still question the possibility of a quick change of heart, even though He has already changed your heart long ago, back when you were still debating with yourself as to what evil might be behind this preliminary burning of yours?

16. "Why do you grow angry in your heart when the Lord, the holy Father, forcibly rids your heart of a mighty and hidden evil?

17. "Or do you perhaps believe that He intends to ruin you by graciously raising you up?

18. "O father, look towards that holiest of spots; behold His eye, His mouth, His arms, stretched out wide in fatherly love and goodness! What sublime love is shining forth from His most holy countenance upon you, father Adam! And yet you still question the possibility of a quick change of heart!

19. "O father, I cannot possibly tell you more about this in the most holy presence of Him Who loudly calls out to you:

20. 'Adam, My son, why do you tarry so long and do not hurry into the open arms of your eternal, most holy Father, Whose endless love has occupied itself with you for eternities?'

21. "O father Adam, do you still not understand these words?"

22. After these words, Adam jumped up, glowing with joy, and embraced Pariholi; he said to him: "O Pariholi, who gave you these words to say?

23. "Truly, it was not the late evening that brought this heavenly fruit to fruition within you.

24. "So, let us both hurry on over to Him and embrace Him with the brightest flames of our love; for truly, truly, He has now lit both the preliminary and closing fire within my heart! Never before have I felt such an urge to love as I am feeling now; so let us quickly hurry to Him; Him, the most loving, most holy Father! Amen."


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