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Bertha Dudde

4701

 

Explanation of the stigma.

31. July 1949. B.D. NR. 4701.

In my suffering and dying on the cross an example has been given to you of deepest love and greatest self-sacrificing, which seeks its kind. There are now things between heaven and earth, which are completely inexplicable to you men, because you know nothing of the effect of spiritual powers on a man, who allows such at him through his will, who moves in divine order. And so you often stand before a puzzle, but which solution is however simple for him, who has penetrated into spiritual knowledge, for him, who finds explanation for everything, which is offered to him through his spirit. But only rarely such an explanation out of the spiritual kingdom can be given to a man, because only rarely the direct work of the spirit is allowed or followed. Because often that is seen as own thought activity what however is the work of the spirit, and only rarely the spirit in man can announce itself so obviously, that it is recognized and the result is therefore accepted. My suffering and dying on the cross was exceedingly agonizing for the human part, which formed my body that the sacrifice of the man Jesus exceeded everything, what could ever be regarded as love work on earth. And nevertheless mankind takes almost no longer notice of it; it has forgotten, because it wants to forget. The concept of a redeemer of mankind is extinguished in the heart of most men, and only few place the suffering of the man Jesus before their eyes, without however grasping and feeling it in its depth. But the spiritual world stands all the time under the impression of the redemption through Jesus Christ. The spiritual full of light experiences everything in the present; it knows no time concept; past, present and future are one for the light beings, and so they experience the crucifixion of Christ at any time and praise and glorify him, who has opened heaven for them through his death on the cross, who helped them to the view of God, who wiped out the great sin, which separated my creatures from me throughout eternities. The light beings are pressed to draw the attention of men to the greatest work of love, which has ever been accomplished on earth. The deep impression which again and again makes the death of Christ on the cross on the light beings, they would also like to impart on men, and they are resisted, because mankind stands so under the impression of the world that the divine redeemer Jesus Christ is just still a fantasy character for it, that the picture of the work of redemption only means a fable for it and loses credibility always more and more. The spiritual full of light recognizes the increasing darkening on earth and seeks to light a small light here and there; it seeks to impart to men a weak distant echo of the spiritual kingdom, driven by the love towards the unredeemed spiritual, which, embodied as man, threatens to not pass the earth life test. But the access to the heart of man is hard to find for the light beings, because the soul must hand over consent out of free will, although the body can be uninvolved in this expression of the will of the soul. The soul must show the desire for extraordinary supply of power in all form in the state of relaxation from the body, in sleep or in complete lethargy of the body. Then the light beings take possession of the soul, which they also do not give up, when the body is again in its usual activity in connection with the soul. Then the soul is granted an insight into the spiritual kingdom from side of the light beings, which is so impressed by it that the impressions of the soul also communicate themselves to the body. Man therefore does not see spiritual experiences in the bodily state, with the intellect and the eyes of the body, but only the soul sees, but what becomes visibly apparent at the body. The soul experiences with such intimacy the process of the crucifixion of Christ; but it does not pass on this experience to the bodily intellect, so that therefore the thinking of man is completely uninvolved, but the body is affected through the excitement of the soul that therefore the body also suffers in the true sense of the word, what the soul sees. The world full of light seeks to direct the thoughts of men to the greatest mystery in the universe, to the greatest work of love, without which no-one could be redeemed out of the spell of sin. The light beings make the most of every opportunity, where they can speak through a man to all in his surroundings; they seek to arouse attention also with those, who are unbelieving and seek to give themselves a natural explanation. They light little lights, but which still spread a bright shine, so they are not kept hidden or are extinguished through the influence of the opponent, who seeks to suffocate everything, what points to the redemption through Jesus Christ. Because the fight between light and darkness rages more and more fiercely, the closer the end comes, and for that reason also all references will increase. Signs and miracles will happen, and happy who pays attention to them and draws his conclusions from them. Amen. B.D. NR. 4701.

 

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