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"12. Say I, ‘Yes, what may appear to you ever so impossible is, between you and I, exceedingly easy for Me! This you cannot of course grasp yet, but there shall come a time when you will comprehend all this.
13. But so that you may see that through the might of the Father in Me I can instantly reach up to the sun, watch! I shall now cover up the sun for two moments, so that no eye upon the earth shall see it, from which it shall be clear to you that I can reach the sun even from this earth!’
14. Says Matthew, ‘O Lord, do not do so, or men shall perish for grief!’ - Say I, ‘Be not troubled! Men will think it an ordinary eclipse, which at times occurs in the ordinary course of things - and in a few moments they have their sun back. Watch now! - Matthew says with some trepidation, ‘Lord, should not all those present here be made aware of it?’ Say I, ‘Let them sleep and rest; it is enough that you should experience it; because a scribe has to know more than those not yet called for such! - And behold, I now say, Sun, hide your face from the entire earth for seven moments! - At that moment it gets pitch-dark; only some of the brighter stars feebly appear!
15. Matthew trembles for fear and says, ‘Lord, you almighty! Who may abide beside you if your divine arm can reach such endless distance in a moment?! - Matthew hardly finishing those few words, the sun already is shining in its full brilliance again, and My Matthew breathes more freely again, - but cannot utter a word for amazement. Only after a good while he gathers up courage to say, ‘No, Lord, this I cannot take in. Your might must be limitless. But in future please spare us such terrible proof of Your might, O Lord, because the whole earth could shortly die and perish therewith!’" (GGJ I, chap. 84)
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