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

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The Father within Me is eternal love.

GGJ 06:230,2

 The Love of God

(GGJ.03/53, 4-10)
Thereupon the Lord speaks: "Mathael has already given you some of its fundamentals. For the rest His teaching can be summed up in that one shall love God above all and one‘s neighbor as oneself.
"To love God above all means, of course: To recognize God and His revealed will, then act accordingly out of true inner love for Him and, furthermore, to treat all fellowmen for God‘s sake in the same manner as every reasonable human would treat himself. What is meant here is, of course, the pure and in the highest degree unselfish love, both for God and for every fellowman. As the good shall only be loved because it is good and therefore true, also God wants to be loved because He alone is supremely good and true. Thus, you must love your fellowman because he is, like you, in the image of God and, like you, carries a divine spirit within.

"Behold, this is the real essence of His teaching which is easy to observe, yes, even much easier than the thousand laws of the temple which for the most part abound with the selfishness of its servants. If man closely follows this new teaching, his hitherto bound spirit becomes ever freer, grows and finally permeates the whole man thus drawing everything into his life. This life is of God and must, therefore, last forever in the highest possible degree of bliss.

Every man thus reborn in his spirit, as it were, will never see, feel or taste death, and to be separated from his flesh will give him the greatest happiness.

God wants to be loved jealously because He also loves us jealously:
Say I (Jesus): "That is just the right way, I tell you. Who does not love Me quite jealously as you do and wants to possess Me in his heart as if exclusively, has still no true, living love for Me. And if he does not possess this, he also does not possess the fullness of life within, for I am the true life in man through the love for Me in his soul, and this love is My Spirit in every human. [GGJ.02/41,04]

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