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Leopold Engel

At the age of 11 Leopold Engel (1858-1931). , who lived in Dresden, Germany, had already come in contact with Jakob Lorber and his works. He too was born into an artistic family. His father practiced the arts, played the violin, and enjoyed a long term engagement at the Imperial Theater of St. Petersburg, Russia.

Father Engel did not interfere with his son‘s ambitions and beliefs, and so Leopold pursued his studies and activities in a variety of areas like science, music and theater. Despite all this he never relinquished his firm belief that Jesus Christ is God.

In 1891 he progressively felt the urge to write what he felt was the ‘Inner Word‘. First he found himself unworthy for such a task. However, after repeated encouragement by a friend he sat down and followed his inner urge. It turned out to be the last volume of the unfinished Lorber work the ‘Great Gospel of John‘.

He finished the work three years later.

Specialists will recognize the difference in style between Engel and Lorber. The reason is not only that with the ongoing industrial revolution also the language had changed in those 40 odd years, but also that the inspired contents are an expression of the personality and educational/social level of the writer.

In the first edition Engel‘s 11th volume of the Great Gospel featured a “supplement”. It contained a series of explanations of scripture, which Lorber had been able to dictate in his last year despite his ill health.

Today those texts are contained in the three-volume work ”Gifts of Heaven”.
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