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The Father within Me is eternal love.

GGJ 06:230,2

 The Fear of God

Knowing the laws which Moses gave one can imagine the problems of the learned Jews: Moses preaches the fear of Yahweh and Jesus tells them to love God. This rather controversial subject is clarified in a discussion of Jesus with a teacher of the law who spontaneously remarks:

"I am now standing completely destroyed before You; for what is man before You?", the Lord says: "There had been between Me and you men an endless chasm preventing even the most perfect angel spirit from approaching Me. But now a bridge has been built across the said chasm, and this is called the love for Me on your part, just as I on My part out of My endlessly great, exceedingly powerful love for you men have become a man of flesh and blood Myself and have taken on your weaknesses, so that I am no longer an endlessly remote God but can, depending on the measure of your love for Me, become and remain a very close and easily approachable Father, friend and brother."

Says the teacher of the law: "A small voice in my heart is telling me that I understand this quite well; but in my brain everything is in confusion and I can now see that such things can only be comprehended in the heart of the soul, but never with the intellect of the brain. Yet Moses gave the commandment to fear God and worship Him alone at all times. Shall I now no longer fear You and worship You in the prescribed manner?"

Says the Lord: "What does it mean ‘to fear God‘? ‘To fear God‘ means: To love God, as the eternal, most sublime and pure love, above all and, since God is the supreme truth, to abide in the divine truth and not pay homage to the falsehood of the world for the sake of selfish material advantages.

He who is truthful in everything, bears the true fear of God in his heart; whoever has this, truly worships God at all times. For, just as falsehood is a very great blasphemy of God, the pure and living truth is at all times the greatest adoration and truest worship of God." (GGJ.0 9/85 and 86)

Unceasing prayer.
In The Great Gospel vol. 9, chapters 87 to 90 the Lord speaks on trust in God and unceasing prayer as well as on the future state of faith and the development of the sciences and arts, and this is what He says among other things:

(The Lord speaking:) "People shall always practice true prayer and not become lax in it, for man can gain a true and firm trust also through the proper exercise, which has at all times aided the disciple in attaining to mastership in whatever sphere. A man who is well provided with all material possessions easily forgets how to pray full of trust und truth. When, finally, some emergency arises he begins to seek God‘s help through prayer; but within himself he has too little trust that God will hear his prayer, and the reason lies obviously in his failure to practice a full and living trust in God. But whereby can man better strengthen his trust in God than through the practice of unceasing prayer and supplication?

(GGJ 9/86, 13) Whoever in My name lives and acts according to My teaching, truly prays unceasingly and he will, therefore, at all times be given what he needs.

(GGJ 9/87, 11 on) As far as mankind‘s state of belief in the distant future is concerned, when the Son of Man will return to the earth in the manner repeatedly indicated to you, I tell you that on the whole He will find even less living faith than now. For in those times people will, largely through persistent research and calculations under the boughs and wide-spread branches of the tree of knowledge, make considerable progress in many sciences and arts. They will accomplish miraculous things with the at present still unknown, natural forces of the earth and will say: ‘Look, that is God, there is none other!‘  Thus, these people will have practically no faith at all and when I return to this earth, I shall no longer find any faith among these people.

To this I say: ‘From the viewpoint of short-sighted human reason, this would be quite correct and nothing much could be said against it as far as the world is concerned. But God, as the Creator and eternal Preserver of all things and beings, thinks differently and has entirely different ideas and plans with everything He has created out of Himself. And so He also knows best why He allows this or that to happen among the people of the earth.

Only in the end will all superstition be swept off the ground of the earth with the weapons of the sciences and arts, without in any way interfering with man‘s free will.

The result will eventually be a complete lack of faith among men, but this state will only be of very short duration.

In that time, I will bless the ancient tree of knowledge, whereby the tree of life within man will once more regain its original strength. Then there will be but one shepherd and one fold.

For, My purest teaching of life will easily combine with the pure science of men everywhere, thus giving mankind a complete light of life, because one purity cannot ever contaminate another, nor can a clear truth contaminate another truth."

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