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Jakob Lorber - Gospel of John - Book 3

Jakob Lorber - Gospel of John - Book 3

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LET YOURSELF BE INSTRUCTED
BY JESUS CHRIST HIMSELF
Very few people know that from 1851 to 1864 Jesus
gave a much more complete story of the events that
happened during His last 3 years before His crucifixion.
A much more complete gospel than what we can find in
the Bible. This was revealed by Jesus Christ Himself to
a man He choose, namely the Austrian Jakob Lorber who
dedicated the last 24 years of his life in the service of our
Lord by writing down what He dictated to him through
the inner word. He heard the words very clearly in the
region of his heart and wrote them faithfully down.
LET YOURSELF BE INSTRUCTED
BY JESUS CHRIST HIMSELF
Very few people know that from 1851 to 1864 Jesus
gave a much more complete story of the events that
happened during His last 3 years before His crucifixion.
A much more complete gospel than what we can find in
the Bible. This was revealed by Jesus Christ Himself to
a man He choose, namely the Austrian Jakob Lorber who
dedicated the last 24 years of his life in the service of our
Lord by writing down what He dictated to him through
the inner word. He heard the words very clearly in the
region of his heart and wrote them faithfully down.

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FTER the meal, the day being nice and clear, a sea

voyage is undertaken. Baram quickly gets his ship ready,

and Kisjonah makes his own big ship sea worthy too,

and it easily accommodates half the disciples.

[2] I, and the principal disciples and Baram and Kisjonah, board

Baram’s solidly built ship, which had 2 sails and 6 rudders on each

side, being capable of moving by wind or rudders. From the Kis

locality, we traveled in the Capernaum direction, not however

making same our destination.

[3] But after moving in the direction of Capernaum for some

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2 hours, we noticed a ship quickly steering towards our 2 ships.

It carried the Capernaum colors, and when we deviated from our

course to test if it deliberately steered our way, it also deviated

from its course and hastily set out in our direction. When Baram‘s

boatmen took this in, they asked him what was to be done, as the

Capernaumian ship did not seem to have good intentions. Baram

asked Me what I might say about it.

[4] And I answered: ‘Just let it approach us, and we shall soon see

its intention.’ In response to My words Baram had the sails

lowered, and the rudders retracted, while the boatmen on

Kisjonah’s ship did likewise.

[5] A quarter hour later the Capernaumian boatmen have caught

up with us, asking Baram whether I am aboard, for they had

established at Capernaum that I was staying at Kis. For they

had been dispatched by the High Priest Jairus to ask Me to come to

Capernaum, for Jairus’ little daughter, whom only a few weeks

earlier I had resurrected from the dead, once again had fallen so ill

that no doctor was able to further help her. ‘The Chief is fearing

her death. A great reward would await you if you can put us unto

Jesus of Nazareth’, the boatmen said to Baram and his boat people.

[6] However, Baram said: ‘Judging by your talk, good intentions

have led you our way, and I say unto you: Him whom you seek is

aboard, but whether He intends to hear you and accede to your

request I cannot say. But I shall go below and speak to Him in

the cabin.

[7] The Capernaumians are happy with that, and Baram comes

down to my open cell, to acquaint Me with the Capernaumians’

petition.

[8] But I say unto him: ‘Save your breath, brother, for I already

know it all, and have already told you at Jesaira that this

slanderous brood shall fare thus. In order to persecute Me and cast

suspicion on My teaching, they denied that Jairus’ daughter had

been sick and dead. She is supposed to have just slept soundly and

I am supposed to just have awakened her in a very natural way,

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and to have then pretended that I awoke her from death.

[9] Now then, since such My deed was fullest deception, they shall

let the little daughter again fall soundly asleep, and she shall then

also be again capable of awakening in a natural way through any

normal human.

[10] Verily, this one shall not be touched by Me until she has lain

3 days in the grave. Go on deck and tell them so, but then set the

sails, and a fast wind shall carry us seawards over the great bay at

Kis, and these shall not know to where we traveled.

[11] Baram rushes up to deck, saying. ‘My esteemed messengers

of the Chief, I heavy-heartedly let you know that I can bring you

no favorable reply from Jesus, the Lord. But the Capernaumers

themselves are to blame, for when at the other occasion He had

awaked the Chief’s little daughter from visible and perceptible

death, back to fullest life, it did not take long for the Pharisees of

this city, condemned by Him, to declare Him a deceiver, telling all

folk that Jairus only wanted to put Jesus to the test by laying his

healthy daughter upon a makeshift death bed, whereupon the

deceiver Jesus, having no notion of the trap set Him, was easily

able to awaken her from death to life, which He effected as I heard

it said by some, after having in the end discerned that she lives, by

applying much pressure when seizing her by the hand. And that

she finally rather rose than continued to bear the painful pressure.

[12] According to what I heard, the Chief’s intention was for the

little daughter not to let herself be awakened, so that Jesus would

have at once been apprehended as an accomplished scoundrel.

But through the daughter’s awakening, this lovely plan was foiled,

for the people were supposed to have been firmly convinced that

the daughter, who had for that purpose been kept artificially sick

the previous two days, really was awakened from death.

[13] Wherefore she shall not be looked at by Him, save perhaps

when half decomposed in the grave.

[14] I now let you depart with this advice and tell your Chief

Priest that, so that he would realize of what blackest ingratitude his

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heart is filled. Under no circumstances shall He go to Capernaum,

for He has blessed that locality from its foundations forever.’

[15] Upon these words, Baram quickly sets the sails, whereupon

the wind was at hand, driving the 2 ships forward so quickly that

the Capernaumian ship, having no sails and being also otherwise

quite unsightly, and a low vessel, in a few moments was left so far

behind that we completely lost sight of it. And after landing above

the great bay at Kis and stepping ashore, we let the ships run into

the bay by themselves empty, the wind changing and blowing

heftily towards Capernaum.

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