Paul's Letter to Laodicea
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Paul's Letter to the Assembly of Laodicea
Wiederoffenbarung eines verschollenen, biblisch erwähnten Paulus-Briefes
Renewed Revelation by Jesus through Jakob Lorber in 1844
Introduction from the Publisher of this EBook
In the Letter of Paul to the Colossians (Col. 4,16), this Letter of the Apostel to the Assembly of Laodicea is mentioned. It has also significant Things to say to the Colossians.
Col. 4, 16: "And when this epistle is read among you, cause that it be read also in the church of the Laodiceans, and that you likewise read the [epistle] from Laodicea."
This Letter to the Laodiceans is not found in the New Testament anywhere. Despite fervent investigations it was considered as lost.
In the year 1844, this Letter of Paul, which was mentioned in the Letter to the Colossians, was revealed anew through the so called 'Inner Word' by the prophet Jakob Lorber. A comparison of the speech from the renewed revelation of the letter to the Laodiceans with the letters of the Apostel in the New Testament shows many linguistic similarities and typical thoughts of Paul.
The content of the Letter to Laodicea contains many passages, which shows clearly why this Letter was not accepted into the ecclesial revised Canon of the biblical Scriptures, but had to disappear: Because the Laodiceans just like the Colossians did fall back into a ceremonial Church Christianity and did not follow the spiritual Christianity, how Jesus wanted it to be, Paul keenly criticized those relapses into ceremonial Paganism.
For the Clergy of the Catholics such criticism probably was not acceptable and therefore did this Letter of Paul disappear, but probably not by negligence or accident.
The 3 Chaptures from "Paul's Letter to Laodicea"
- Paul's Letter to Laodicea 1 - Paul rebukes the Assembly because of their relapse into Legalism and urges them to turn around
- Paul's Letter to Laodicea 2 - Paul prompts to not freely give in to be caught again under the old yoke of the spirit from the devil
- Paul's Letter to Laodicea 3 - Paul prompts to destroy the new temple and to delete the false holyday; also to degrade the false bishop and his servants and then to return to worship in the spirit