Again, God has spoken
through prophets. Will
mankind listen this time?
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"He who believes in Me and acts according to My teaching will harvest eternal life."
a - Setting and preliminaries
The Lord Jesus teaches in the Temple. Chapters 6:170 and 171 go parallel to the gospel (John 7,37-49 and 50-53).
In addition we read how the Pharisees and their servants in discussion justify themselves for not having seized Jesus as commanded and also by Nicodemus‘ argumentation that the Nazarene actually does not come from Nazareth but from Bethlehem and that his parents are in straight line from David and by the concluding part:
[GGJ.06:171,11] "While in front of the temple such discussions were taking place between the servants, the Pharisees and Nicodemus, which are here truthfully given in full detail and without omitting anything which happened or was spoken, I taught the people without interference and clearly showed them the empty and completely unlawful hypocrisy and deceitfulness of the templers. There was not a single person who contradicted Me maintaining I had claimed something untrue about the templers. And all the people asked the Lord to come into the temple also on the following day in order to comfort them with His life-giving, words of truth.
The Great Gospel 6, chapter 172 deals with the reasons why the Lord with His disciples and Lazarus does not go to Bethany after His visit to the temple. Since spies of the temple are posted on the road to Bethany, He goes to the inn belonging to Lazarus on top of the Mount of Olives. (John 8,1).
The templers had made every effort to obtain this property with its large olive groves from Lazarus, and because of that he put it under Roman jurisdiction. Then the angry templers declared the inn to be unclean so that every Jew who visited it would be unclean for a whole year. As a result, the inn was attended only by Romans and Greeks, and therefore, the Lord and His disciples would be safe there from being bothered by unwelcome guests.
The Mount of Olives was by no means a high mountain, but it did have some steep places and, therefore, one needed almost half an hour to reach its summit. From there one looked down upon the high dome of the temple, although the temple stood on rather high ground and was a very tall edifice. In the neighborhood of Jerusalem the Mount of Olives was no doubt the highest mountain.
Further details are given in GGJ.06:173:
"Especially in the light of the setting sun the view toward the east was very beautiful and this was of benefit in their contemplations for the Lord and His disciples, who after the meal had once more gone outdoors. At the sight of the large, wide-spread city with its many palaces, Lazarus sighs: "What gracious splendor this city presents. And at the same time what disgrace where those people are concerned who should be setting a good example to all the others. Instead of receiving Your gospel with the greatest joy and gratitude, they even curse the people who have actively accepted this truth. What could such men be good for?"
The Lord‘s answer to the question by Lazarus and the following chapters (up to and incl. chap.180) - in view of their great importance - are rendered here almost unabridged in the original text of the Great Gospel of John. 74
« Judgement Day
» b - Judgment prediction by Jesus for Jerusalem
» c - Prediction of the Great Judgment of our time.
» d - The question of Lazarus
» e - The Lord‘s response pertaining to His and our time.
» f - Prophets as bearers of revelations. Enlightened or blind faith.
» g - The ‘End of the World‘ question.
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