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" (The Lord:) Whoever is with Me in his heart, with him I am always, and he is always near Me, and this is really the main thing. For of what benefit would it be to one who, though on earth always personally near Me, keeps his heart far from Me and instead gives it to the mad world? Truly, he is nevertheless more remote from Me than the most remote thing that you could possibly imagine.
 But who in his heart is as close to Me as you, My loveliest Helena, is and will be always equally close to Me, even if we were to outward appearances separated by a distance a thousand times greater than that between us here and the remotest and smallest star your eyes glimpses for moments only as a shimmering down out of limitless space.
 Yes, I tell you, who loves Me like you and believes in his heart that I am the One Whose descent the fathers awaited, is as much at one with Me as I, as you can fell Me here, am wholly at one with My Father in Heaven. For love unites everything; through it, God and created being become at one, and space can no longer separate what true and pure love out of the profound depth of the heavens has united.
 Thus, you will through your love always be very close to Me, even if in this world distance will, for a short time, separate you from My person. But one day, beyond My Kingdom of the purest spirit and the fullest truth, you will anyway not be separated from Me in eternity. (GGJ III, chap. 111)
" Behold, love does everything! Whoever loves Me above all, renders Me the greatest sacrifice and most pleasing thanks, for at the same time, he sacrifices the whole world for Me.
 However, apart from the love for Me, there is another love, namely, the love for the neighbour. The true neighbours are those who are poor in spirit and poor in the sometimes necessary material possessions. Whatever someone does to them in My name, he does to Me.
 Whosoever receives a poor man in My name receives Me and will be rewarded for it on Judgement Day; and who receives a wise man for the sake of wisdom, will get a wise man's reward; and who hands to a thirsty man a cup of fresh water, will be rewarded with wine in My Kingdom.
 But when you do good to the poor, do it secretly in all friendliness and do not let the world know, for the Father in Heaven sees it and will be pleased with the friendly giver's offering and return it to the giver a hundredfold.
 However, who merely wants to shine before the world with his good deeds, has already taken his worldly reward and cannot expect another in the future.
 Behold, this is the only way of giving and thanking which pleases Me, and there is none other. For all the burning and other sacrifices are an abominable smell in God's nostrils, and all lip prayer is an abomination before God, where the hearts are remote from the true love for God and the poor brothers nearby.
 Whoever can benefit from the senseless bawl in the temples, while a thousand poor and hungry brothers outside are not remembered?
 Go and first of all strengthen those who suffer need; feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, clothe the naked, comfort the sad, set free the imprisoned and preach the gospel to the poor in spirit, and you will do endlessly more than by bawling with your lips day and night in the temples, while your hearts are cold and unreceptive towards your poor brothers.
 Behold the air, the earth, the sea; behold the moon, the sun, the stars, the flowers in the field and the trees and look at the birds in the air, the fish in the water and all the animals on the dry earth; look at the high mountains and all the clouds and winds! Behold, all this proclaims loudly the glory of God, yet God, unlike a man, never looks at all this full of conceit, but He looks only at a human heart which recognizes and loves Him as the One True, Good, Holy Father. How is a perverted heart supposed to please Him or how an idle ceremony with all kinds of lip bawling, behind which there is nothing but the crassest self-love, pride, lust for power, all kinds of lewdness, falsehood and deceit?
 Now you know that first of all God has no need to take glory from bawling people, for the whole of infinity is full of His glory.
 What kind of glory, then, does foolish, blind man want to give to God, since he himself has none other than the one which he first received from God through the grace of being a man? Or can this redound to God's honour if men sacrifice Him an ox, but hold on to their sinful hearts and then, after the sacrifice, are ten times worse than before?
 Oh, I take no glory from men, for there is the Father in Heaven Who honours Me more than enough! But if people keep My commandments and love Me above all, they thereby honour Me as well as My Father, for I and the Father are completely One.
 If so, as it is the case according to the fullest and eternal truth, he who does God's will as Moses and all the prophets have proclaimed it and as I Myself loudly proclaim it now cannot dishonour Me." (GGJ III, chap. 112)
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