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

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 The Temple‘s opinion about Jesus

In chapter 3 of vol.6 of the Great Gospel of John the Lord, according to John 5:28-39, refers to the testimony given to His deeds and His works by the Father and the many prophets. These testify, according to the truth, that Jesus was sent to this earth by the Father as His Son. When they do not believe but demur, the Lord tells them in very touching sequence almost pleading:

"Do examine the Scripture yourselves ... it testifies to Me a hundredfold!", adding:

"What have you against Me? Do you dislike the fact that I come to you without any outward sign of splendour lest you become very despondent, faint-hearted and full of fear? Did Elijah, when he received in spirit a prophecy about My coming, see Jehovah pass by in the storm or in the fire while he was hidden in the cave? No, Jehovah passed by in a gentle rustling. And behold, this is now taking place before your eyes. Why do you not want to believe it? Do not My works, done before thousands of witnesses, bear the truest testimony to it? Has anyone ever performed such deeds on earth?" [GGJ.06:03, 10-11]

Jesus is in the house of Kisjonah, a tax collector, dining with him. Here an excerpt of a discussion among pharisees.

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