After Jakob Lorber and Leopold Engel, it was for Gottfried Mayerhofer in Trieste to complete the grand revelation and write it down for posterity.
Most of the revelations Mayerhofer received by way of inspiration. The most important ones can be found in the works: “Secrets of Nature”, “Secrets of Creation”, “Signs of the Time” and above all in “The Lord‘s Sermons”. Mayerhofer received the order to write the heavenly messages between 1870 and 1877, the year he passed way.
Listen to what the Lord had him write as preface to the "The Lord‘s Sermons" on November 22, 1871.
"For many years in the churches every Sunday a Gospel from the story of My earthly pilgrimage is read to the congregation and interpreted according to the spiritual level of the preacher.
"The time is approaching when a reform of the entire Christian worship will be undertaken and when, perhaps, most of the existent rites and ceremonies will be abolished leaving for the meetings of the Christian congregation only the sermon or the explanation of the Gospel, which I left you. Through My scribe I shall now - for all present and future followers and venerators of My Word - explain in more detail a number of Bible texts from the New Testament as they have never before been explained by anybody, so that a wrong interpretation may not lead to idolatry and worship of things that at the most may be revered, but never worshipped.
"This series of texts from the Gospels, which shall once more remind you of My words, shall be presented to you in the way in which they apply to your temporal life, and besides they shall show you how these words - spoken almost two thousand years ago - are coming true; for already then I said that the world and everything in it will pass, but My words will remain forever. Amen."
Recently we started to upload Sermons to YouTube (lordssermons).
Click here to listen to one of them, or click below to read a sample Sermon.
» Sermon 1: First Sunday in Advent
» Sermon 5: Christmas Day
» Sermon 7: First Sunday After Epiphany
» Sermon 53: Twenty-Seventh Sunday After Trinity
» Sermon 42: The true Significance of the Sabbath