HHG3-7

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Chapter 7

7,1. Such instructions made our Mira very happy, and so she went out with quite a serene courage and announced to the fathers that they, since the meal was ready, should go into the hut according to the will of the Lord.

7,2. However, since Enoch was not present because he was still busy with the women at a distance, Lamech said to Mira: "Behold, Enoch is not finished yet and without him we can not go into the hut since he is our common spiritual elder?! "

7,3. And Mira replied to Lamech: "Well, that will be something! Is Enoch then more than the Lord? I think that every person owes the Lord more obedience than to any person; Enoch surely will know what he has to do!

7,4. I have given to you my instructions and that is enough; I can not drag you into the hut and the Lord has also not instructed me to do so! - Do therefore what you want; I am free and go back into the hut!"

7,5. But Lamech called her back and said to her: "Listen, you my most beautiful morning child, you're a little snippy! How about - since you have such hasty feet - that you, rather than immediately run back into the hut, quickly jump over to Enoch and tell him the same what you have told us?!

7,6. And Mira replied, "Ah, just look at all the things you want me to do! But I tell you: Nothing further! It is not good to serve two masters; the Lord has only send me here!

7,7. But if Enoch is more important to you than the Lord, then your feet are twice as long as mine for all your demands, and therefore you can - actually twice as fast, I tell you! - be with Enoch than I am!

7,8. But our conversation occurs to me like thrashing empty Straw whereby at the end nothing comes forth than grated empty straw instead of bread grains; therefore I go - but you can do what you want!”

7,9. And Mira made a motion to go back into the hut. But Lamech prevented her again with a new question; and the question was this: "But Mira, you gracious pearl of the morning, if the Lord has send you to call us, you will certainly not run back into the hut without us?! What will the Lord say when you return empty handed?

7,10. Will He not ask you seriously and and say: ‘But Mira! How did you executed My instructions to the fathers, so that no one wants to appear?!'

7,11. And if the Lord asks you this what will you tell Him as an excuse?"

7,12. And Mira replied to Lamech very briefly: "I know nothing about, that the Lord told me to carry you into the hut, - but you only to invite you! And such I have done; but the success of this invitation is not my responsibility, - therefore I go!"

7,13. Now Adam came to Mira and said to her, delaying her once more: "Yes, my dear child, as long as you have not invited us arbitrarily - otherwise everything would be all right?!"

7,14. This even displeased Mira, and she said, "No, this is surely a great sin for all of you, if you, instead of following the will of the Lord which was given to you through my mouth, to only banter and tease me! No, this is too much; I must tell the Lord at once! "

7,15. With that she jumped into the hut and was just about to begin complaining to the Lord about the fathers.

7,16. But the Lord cut her off and said to her: "Mira, why are you coming back alone? Where are the fathers?!”

7,17. Mira, at first a little embarrassed, said after a little while: "Oh, You my very best, holy, most loving Father, the fathers outside are quite pernicious and disobedient! I told them just as You instructed me to do, but they - no, I will not say it!"

7,18. And the Lord said, "But what is it then with them?”

7,19. And Mira said, "If you really want to know it, well, then You know it anyway without it being necessary to learn it from me!”

7,20. And the Lord said to her: "Behold, just now you admonished the fathers to be obedient, and now you want to disobey me in My face ?! How does this rhyme?”'

7,21. But Mira said: "O Lord, You look into my heart, where there is no disobedience towards you"!

7,22. And the Lord replied to her: "Behold, I know that you are a pure being! Nevertheless, you still have talked a little too harshly with the fathers; it is therefore that they made you understand a girl should never talk to them in this manner but always in the utmost humility! Therefore, go out again and invite them, - they will then follow you!"

7,23. Mira then again went out and conveyed the invitation to the fathers and they soon heeded this new call; and since Enoch had also straightened out the women, he was at the forefront of fathers and did led them all into the hut.

7,24. And Adam fell at the feet of the Lord and thanked Him for such great mercy; because once the fathers had stepped into the hut, they all knew and saw what was the state of the depths, and praised and glorified the Father from the depth of their life for it.

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