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2. "Yes, thus My beloved Sehel has truly spoken! Among all sins, self-seeking is the greatest. But man's greatest and most sublime glorification is humility and the therefrom-issuing glorification of My name before the world.
3. "Let him whose heart is burdened come to Me; for verily, say I now just as My beloved Sehel has said before, he will nowhere find relief, but solely with Me!
4. "Thus you, Garbiel, did not err in asking your great brother's forgiveness, and Seth, too, did not err when he realized his old error after being angry with his son Sehel who, following an inner impulse, refused to tread into Adam's footsteps but wanted to retain all his life the heavenly primordial purity of his heart out of his great secret love for Me.
5. "But, as Sehel said a while ago, it is going too far when one brother wallows in the dust before another brother.
6. "For not even I demand this. How much less, then, shall you honor one another as if one brother were a God to the other.
7. "By this I do not mean to say that you should not give honor to each other at all, but only that you shall not crawl before each other like worms.
8. "If you honor one another, give honor only through love, and let no one elevate himself above another but let each one be a true brother to another in My love.
9. "Such a mark of honor is a just one, - this you owe one another; however, what goes beyond it is again against My order, wherefore you shall leave it alone.
10. „To honor someone through love is sufficient in any relationship amongst you, be it between brothers, or from a son towards his father, or from a father to the son, or the wife to the husband, or the husband to the wife, the sister to the sister, the brother to the sister, or the sister to the brother, or the daughter to the mother, or the mother to the daughter, or the son to the mother, or the mother to the son, and the father to the daughter, - in short, in everything the sale true love is sufficient, the main reason being that even I Myself do not demand from you all more than your love in the spirit and all truth out of it.
11. "Verily, I tell you all, even if you pray day and night and wallow like the swine in filth and the dirtiest dust, - I shall nevertheless not grant your request unless you have earnestly and full of love and truth turned in your heart to Me, the holy, most loving Father!
12. "Since I, Who am holy, exceedingly holy, accept your true, earnest filial love as the best and truest veneration most pleasing to Me, - what difference should there be between you to make you crawl in the dust before one another?
13. "Therefore, again once and for all: Love is sufficient and shall suffice to you all!
14. "But you, My beloved Sehel, will engrave the sole commandment of love on stone so that everyone will see what it is all about and what is the universal center of all things
15. "And so also you, jealous Garbiel, go and worry no longer because I did not call you as the first to tell Me about your vision.
16. "Do you maybe think I do this deliberately to tease someone letting him feel his nothingness before Me because he wants to be something which he really should not be? O Garbiel, there you are very much mistaken!
17. "I tell you, My eternal order, My love and My endless wisdom certainly go different ways from those which only your foolishness can grasp!
18. "Therefore, you shall have a humble and free heart, not one full of pride of place; for, if you are humble you will not worry about the order of precedence watching who is the first, second, or third to be called, but it will he quite all right with you no matter when you are called.
19. "Behold, you were full of pride of place, wherefore the kick of your brother hurt you, which in other circumstances you would hardly have noticed.
20. "Now cleanse your heart completely and then come to Me when you are called. Thus go again to Enoch and make him show you the right way to Me. Amen.
21. "And now you, Horidael, come to Me and tell Me, like the others, about all you have seen and faithfully perceived within you. Amen." (HHG vol. 2, chap. 63)
 NOW we entered the large inn of Nicodemus where a wellprepared evening meal was already waiting for us. But because now among My disciples there were quite a number of temple servants who secretly were still attaching a great importance to their rank of the old order of the temple, there was a disagreement among them about who would take place at the head of the table or more at the foot of the big table. As a result of that, our scribes and the two Pharisees who were converted this midday, took out of habit at once the most important seats, and by that they did not notice that I Myself had not yet taken a seat, nor the Romans, the 3 magicians from India and the men from Upper- Egypt, what to Nicodemus and also to Lazarus was clearly not very pleasing.
 I went up to them and said: “Listen, in My Kingdom there is no rank at all. There is only: the one who exalts himself will be humiliated, the one however who behaves modestly will be exalted.
 If you are invited as guest and you go to table for the feast, then do not sit right away at the most important place, which the host might have reserved for somebody who is still more important. Then, if that person would come, and the host would say to you: ‘Friend, go and sit further to the end of the table because I have reserved this seat for more important people’, would you then not find this very unpleasant if the host had to make you ashamed in front of the whole party?
 However, if you are invited as guest and humbly would sit at the lower end, and the host comes and says to you: ‘Friend, go and sit at the head, at the most important place, because the seats there below are reserved for the more common guests’, then this will certainly be very pleasant to you. And one of your most important lessons and foundations of life must then remain: the one who exalts himself will be humiliated, and the one who humbles himself down will be exalted.
 So it will also once be in My Kingdom. The one who will be there the smallest and the least will also be the greatest. For in Heaven everything is contrary to the worldly rank here. What is important and brilliant in the eyes of the world is in Heaven very small and insignificant and without any splendor and pomp.
 This lesson has to be written down. And where My gospel will be preached, this also should be faithfully preached to all men.
 I am the Lord Myself and yet, look now, I am meek and humble with all My heart. Be you all like that, then from this it will appear that you are truly My disciples.” (GGJ Book 17, chap. 96)
1. “Let us look at the exceedingly loose water, divisible into countless droplets without perceptible resistance. This exceedingly important natural element, which harbours all the embryonic life of the animal and the plant, – harbouring also forces incalculable to you, in its free state also obeys its inherent natural law of heaviness. In line with same and to its capacity to perceived the most feeble gradient of a railing, it immediately moves to a lower level and will not stop until reaching sea level. – This element also has the peculiar attribute of not completely clearing up until reaching sea level. It therewith indicates, so to say, that man too becomes conscious of his true eternal destiny if not striving for the greatest worldly honours, but only towards lowly station, that is the true humility which I so often counseled, attainable not through commanding but obeying!” (From Hell to Heaven, chap. 19)
This Gospel tells you from beginning to end, in a few words, always the same thing. It tells you that in practical life the "being good" or "being without sin" is so very difficult and that the capability for sacrifice is so varied. Generally this Gospel aims at abasing the human self-conceit of being better than others. Therefore, the reference to humility. In the publican it revealed itself was a virtue, in the ruler it was demanded as a supreme sacrifice, in the little children it was evident as unconscious innocence, promised to My disciples as a future reward, and demonstrated by Me in My life on earth as a supreme example in My final suffering.
Here you can see the various stages of humility, the mortification of one's own nature to achieve the highest spiritual perfection as demonstrated by Me as an eternal example.
Take heed of this Gospel wherein the most profound precept has been brought to your attention in words as well as in the example of My own life. Do not imagine yourselves to be something better because you are receiving My Word before many others, and you learn as if from My mouth how it is to be understood and practised in life.
Also among you there are still many like the rich ruler. For you, too, the hour will come when you have to renounce that which has been dearest to you in this world and which so far you have guarded anxiously. Then you may be sure that many of you will be sorrowful and go their way like the rich ruler. Then the touchstone will be used on your human nature to see how much spiritual you have absorbed from the bread of heaven with which I have so generously supplied you.
Therefore, the words of the first verse "to pray and not to faint" are also addressed to you, that you might always have sufficient strength not to waver under the most difficult conditions, but to stand firmly by Me. For only those who persevere will be recompensed for their worldly losses in the beyond, and not those who have wavered and doubted.
Pray continuously that every trace of arrogance and pride may be eliminated from you and do put on the garment of humility! Become as little children! Have trust in My promises, for what I am telling you now is nothing new. Almost two thousand years ago I told this to My disciples and believers. It has been before your eyes - black on white as you would say -for a long time; but you are as blind as the beggar of Jericho, and you do not see the light that shines from these words. In the distress of your heart you often call to Me: "O Lord, make that I can see!" And those who trustingly give themselves into My care do experience that "to those who pray incessantly I will grant their requests", for their faith will help them as the blind man's faith helped him. (The Lord’ Sermons, chap. 36)
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