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Chapter 6

6,1. These words nearly cost Mira her life, was it not that she was in the presence of the Lord of life. For her long hidden love for the Lord came now to a full eruption and she was still too little prepared for this; therefore our Mira fell lifeless onto the floor of the hut.

6,2. But the Lord touched her with one finger and a new life began to undulate through the whole being of the former nearly dead body.

6,3. But such was good and within My order; for everyone must first let die the world in him completely before he can receive and endure the fullness of the living force and power of My Love in him!

6,4. But when Mira, now reborn by My love in her, arose again, she wept for too much love for Me and was not able to talk with her mouth, because her whole being has become one word, a word which nevertheless said more than all the books in the world; for this endless important word is love, that is the pure, true, living love for God.

6,5. And precisely into this word of all words the whole being of Mira has passed; therefore she wept out of the fullness of this word and her magnificent like diamonds shimmering tears, with which she wetted my feet, carried more meaning than the contents of the world's largest library.

6,6. Verily, I say, also the tears of a repentant sinner embracing Me with all his love, are more wealth to him than having received a thousand worlds as a gift for eternal enjoyment!

6,7. However, Mira was never a sinner; thus her love was like the fervency of a central sun and her tears were suns, giving light to the planets.

6,8. And in such love Mira got up and looked at Me, her holy, most loving Father, with eyes that in this very moment nobody could have endured except Me, for even My heart was by such a look compelled to withdraw a little, for the most wisest reason of love.

6,9. For if I had let My heart run freely, it would have consumed Mira with a most powerful counter fire and would have engulfed her as the subject of the most powerful love.

6,10. For that reason I hid Myself for a short period of time and went in the meantime to Enoch where I was only visible to him alone and told him what he should say to the women so that they can recognize Me but not igniting too much.

6,11. Also for the sake of the fathers did I withdrew Myself a little from their sight; because also in them the still somewhat immature love ignited a little too violently and in this flame they would not have endured My visible presence too well.

6,12. Since, however, My fierce lovers suddenly realized that I was not among them anymore, their fire storm of love began to subside and they looked at each with wide eyes and one asked the other: "What is that? Where did He go? Why did He disappeared so unprepared? He still wanted to tell us something about the sun a little, but now that our hearts ignited, He left us! No, that is quite weird! Just when one wants to embrace Him, He is gone!"

6,13. But Mira said: "Also My eyes do not see Him any longer but my heart is filled with Him, and that is endlessly more than I, a poor sinner before Him, is in the smallest part worthy of Him!

6,14. If I can and being allowed to just love Him, it is quite enough for me; for that I know anyway that His visible appearance is just a rare grace of Him.

6,15. For if He would be constantly visible among us like a person, we would no longer be able to help ourselves for all the increasing love for Him or we finally would get so used to Him that He would appear to us just like any other person!

6,16. Therefore he quite well knows what is good and right and goes at the right time and comes at the right time!

6,17. Here the Lord appeared visibly in the hut again and said to Mira: "That's right, you guessed it completely: He always goes and comes when it is good! Therefore He is also back again as you can see!"

6,18. A scream of the loudest joy was the renewed reception and all fell at His feet.

6,19. But He helped them all up and sat down with them at the table again and said to Purista: “Go and look what the pots are doing on the stove, and spread the fire otherwise it burns too much on one point and too weak on another! For if the fathers come into the hut the meal must be ready; therefore get busy my dear daughter!"

6,20. Purista at once got busy at the stove and did according to the instructions of the Lord. Since the fruits were already very soft, she informed the Lord about it.

6,21. And the Lord said to her: "All right, put it on the table and Mira should go to the fathers and announce that the meal is ready, and that they should come into the hut! - Let this take place, Amen.”

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