Love For Fellowman (Fundamental Teachings)
Love For God (Fundamental Teachings)
Love For Fellowmen (Support for Christianity)
Love For God (Support for Christianity)
Love for the fellowman
 What good would it do you before Me if you were struck with amazement at My power, greatness and unfathomable majesty, but outside your house there were poor brothers and sisters crying from hunger, thirst and cold? How miserable and useless would be a loud bawling and a praising and glorifying of God which would drown out the misery of the poor brothers. What good are all the rich and most lavish sacrifices in the temple while a poor brother dies of hunger at its door?
 Therefore, investigate first of all into the misery of your poor brothers and sisters; give them help and comfort. Then you will find more in one brother whom you have helped than by having traveled to all the stars and praised Me with the tongues of the Seraphim.
 Truly, I tell you, all angels, all heavens and all worlds with their wisdom cannot give you in eternity what you can attain by truly helping with all your might and with all you have to help a brother who is in misery. Nothing is higher and closer to Me. than alone the true, active love.
 If, while praying to God, you do not hear the plaintive voice of your poor brother who came to you for help during your praying hour, cursed be then your empty bawling! My glory consists in love - not in the idle bawling of your mouth.
 You shall not be like those whom Isaiah meant when he called out: 'Behold, this people praises Me with the lips, but their heart is far from Me!, ' but when you pray to Me, do it in the spirit and in all truth. For God is a Spirit and can only be adored in the spirit and in truth.
 Therefore, the only true prayer in the spirit pleasing Me does not consist in the movement of the tongue, the mouth and the lips, but only in the active practice of love. What benefit is it to you if you adorn a prophet's grave with many pounds of gold, while at the same time you ignore the voice of a suffering brother? Do you think I shall be pleased with this? Fool! I shall look at you with angry eyes because you have ignored the voice of the living one an account of one dead." (GGJ IV, chap.1)
Right Humility is resulting from pure love
“Before God, My friend, a humility which humbles the human soul in too silly a manner is a folly like any occurring in heathendom, - all the more so too great a humiliation of one man before the another. Such a demonstration of toadying humility of one man before another is to the detriment of both; of the first because he often feigns such humility, thus accusing his fellowman of ever great pride, and of the second because he thereby in all seriousness becomes still prouder.
 That humility resulting from pure love is a proper and true humility; for it respects and loves in the fellowman a brother as a brother, without elevating either itself or the fellowman to a god before whom one is expected to bend the knees and adore him.
 Whatever you want or desire, ask it as a man of a man and as a brother of a brother; but never shall one man crawl in the dust before another.
 No man shall demand of his fellowman what God does not demand of any man! This is a true wisdom in the fullest divine order. Therefore, take note of it and act accordingly and you will be agreeable to God and to men.” (GGJ III, chap. 195)
"Look at the world and how much nonsense is asked of Me. How many imagined intercessors are used. If people would only ponder on their own actions, they would have to be ashamed of the way they want to drag down God, the Creator and Lord of Infinity, to insignificant things of worldly life. They do not bear in mind that most evils and misfortunes do not stem from Me, but from man's own attitudes.
If I allow men to do what they like and they thus create for themselves illnesses and accidents from which they could derive some spiritual benefit, why should I prevent what could only serve for their spiritual good? Surely I cannot consider everybody's worldly well-being, but only the main purpose of his life on earth. How could I give My children that which would only be detrimental to them?" (The Lord’s Sermon, chap. 24)
Messages for Lord's children
receiving Father's love and wisdom and living accordingly