Again, God has spoken
through prophets. Will
mankind listen this time?
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Jesus in the Temple about the Father - Son relation
In vol 6 chapter 2 on, the event John describes in his gospel 5, 14-27 is once more recounted (in more detail). It is of course all about the Sonship of Jesus.
The Lord first meets the family of Lazarus of Bethany; and they accompany Him and the disciples to the temple. After Jesus has given His first testimony to His sonship of God a veritable uproar arises in the temple. Now the Lord commands silence and soon there is peace and also the angry Jewish priests listen quietly as He continues.
(The Lord:) [2,13] "In truth, in very truth, anyone who gives heed to what I say and puts his trust in Him Who sent Me to you people on this earth has eternal life and does not, where his soul is concerned, come under judgment which is the death of matter, but has through such an earnest, living faith already passed from death to true eternal life.
[2,14] " And again I tell you: In truth, in very truth, the hour is coming, indeed it is already here, when those dead in body and soul shall hear the voice of the Son of God, and all who hear it and believe will thereby come to life eternal. For, as the Father has life-giving power in Himself, so has the Son by the Father‘s gift from eternity. He also gave Him the right to pass judgment on all men, because the eternal Son of God is at present also a Son of Man."
In Chapter 3 [GGJ.06/3] the Lord, according to John 5, 28-39, refers to the testimony given to His deeds and His works by the Father. These testify, according to the truth, that Jesus was sent to this earth by the Father as His Son. When they do not believe but demur, the Lord tells them:
"Do examine the Scripture yourselves ... it testifies to Me a hundredfold!", adding:  "What have you against Me? Do you dislike the fact that I come to you without any outward sign of splendour lest you become very despondent, faint-hearted and full of fear?
"Did Elijah, when he received in spirit a prophecy about My coming, see Jehovah pass by in the storm or in the fire while he was hidden in the cave? No, Jehovah passed by in a gentle rustling. And behold, this is now taking place before your eyes. Why do you not want to believe it? Do not My works, done before thousands of witnesses, bear the truest testimony to it? Has anyone ever performed such deeds on earth?"
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In Chapter 4 [GGJ.06/4] the dispute of Jesus (during his three years of teaching) with the Jewish priests about their unbelief sharpens (according to John 5, 40-47) and, finally, the Lord remonstrates with them:
 "If you in your worldly-mindedness had ever believed in Moses, you would now also believe in Me."
Thereupon the priests assert that every week they have Moses and the Prophets read to them, but the Lord retorts:
 "To be sure, you hear them with your ears, provided you do not go to sleep with your full bellies during the reading, but in your heart you have never listened to them because that is always diverted in all directions with its eager desires."
When the people begin to abuse the priests, the latter quickly withdraw to their quarters in the temple. But the Lord and the disciples walk with Lazarus‘family to the two hours distant property of Lazarus at Bethany.
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