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Offline Wenebojo

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Food For Thought
« on: November 10, 2020, 10:55:49 pm »
Here is a nice quote from MICHAEL OF NEBADON that he gave to Jakob Lorber in his book The Great Gospel of John that I think applies to us transmitters and future ones that are thinking about joining us. Here is the quote," Whoever wants to teach a man knowledge and wisdom must first empty him of all foolishness. Once he has thereby become an empty and clean vessel, it is easy to fill it with the wisdom from the heavens."

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Re: Food For Thought
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2020, 02:54:28 am »
47.5.9 But Jesus earnestly warned his apostles against the foolishness of the child of God who presumes upon the Father's love. He declared that the heavenly Father is not a lax, loose, or foolishly indulgent parent who is ever ready to condone sin and forgive recklessness. He cautioned his hearers not mistakenly to apply his illustrations of father and son so as to make it appear that God is like some overindulgent and unwise parents who conspire with the foolish of earth to encompass the moral undoing of their thoughtless children, and who are thereby certainly and directly contributing to the delinquency and early demoralization of their own offspring. Said Jesus: “My Father does not indulgently condone those acts and practices of his children which are self-destructive and suicidal to all moral growth and spiritual progress. Such sinful practices are an abomination in the sight of God.”