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Again, God has spoken
through prophets. Will
mankind listen this time?

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 The big aim: Spiritual Rebirth (Child of God)

Why and how to achieve Spiritual Rebirth.
When we are spiritually reborn, the Lord says, we will never see, feel or taste death.
To attain spiritual rebirth we have to discover and internalize the truth of God, and act according to it exclusively, i.e. the commandments. Only then we shall receive the spiritual rebirth.
Spiritual Regeneration
All has to be regenerated spiritually before it will join the eternally living and truly blissful. This is what is why under 'eyes' here the perception of the godly true and under 'ears' its assimilation and respective acting, meaning: blessed is the man in his spiritual perception if he fully recognizes the godly true and he is most blessed if he integrates the godly true into his life and accordingly acts to 100%. Only then will he receive the spiritual rebirth, reason for never ever seeing, feeling or tasting death anymore. [Ste.01:021,14]

How to avoid mistakes with Spiritual Rebirth.
GGJ05:159 and 160: Cyrenius, voicing his misgivings about the various activities serving the gratification of the many human desires, declares that these, instead of leading to spiritual rebirth, only prevent inner reflection and, therefore, further true worldly materialism. In this context the Lord explains that the spiritual attitude prompting an action is what matters above all. He who is motivated by the thought of personal gain does not attain to spiritual maturity any more than someone who performs exemplary and charitable deeds, not for the sake of charity itself, but motivated by the selfish desire for spiritual rebirth. 

Here the Lord's question:
"Why is it that this honestly striving man could not attain to spiritual rebirth?" And the answer: "Because he did all his good deeds merely so that he might attain to it! Whoever loves God and his fellowman not for their own sake but for some other reason cannot attain to the full rebirth, which is the most intimate bond between God and man. When man is thus motivated, he erects an ever so thin dividing wall between himself and God, which does not let the spiritual light penetrate, so that he cannot become completely at one with the Spirit of God. Not until this unification takes place can there be mention of the full rebirth. The soul must get rid of the slightest trace of selfishness and man must be completely free; only then can he attain to the highest. "

See also GGJ.05:160,01-07.

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