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 2. The created soul of Jesus and its fight against temptations.

The partly lost "Infancy Gospels" (Protoevangelium) of James, the youngest son of Joseph from his first marriage, was given in full detail by the Lord to Jakob Lorber. Is is called "Childhood of Jesus". It describes in its last chapter how Jesus fought various temptations.  [CHJ 1/300,07-18] 

"He tamed His desire for power through the most willing obedience toward those who like all men were like chaff before Him.

"Although it was an infinitely difficult thing for Him to do, He assaulted His eternal, supreme freedom by submitting Himself to men as a slave-like servant to perform the lowliest tasks.

"He combated His desire for women through repeated hard work, through simple fare, through prayer and through keeping company with wise men. Indeed, in this matter He had to carry an exceptionally great burden, for His appearance and the sound of His voice were most captivating, for which reason the five truly beautiful daughters of Cyrenius were one and all violently in love with Him and vied amongst each other to please Him the most. Such love did indeed please Him; but for all that He had to say to each at all times: ‘Noli Me tangere!"

"Furthermore, since He saw through the malice of men at a glance and saw their cunning and hypocrisy, their dishonesty and selfishness, it is easy to understand that He was quickly scandalized and could very easily be hurt and angered; but here He tempered His divine character with His love and His thereupon following compassion. And thus He trained His whole life through all kinds of most arduous self denials in order to rebuild the eternal order which had been shaken. Thus it can easily be seen how it was that Jesus as a human being spent these eighteen years amidst intense temptations and the combating thereof."

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