Living God's Laws in Babylon
The following revelation was originally a part of the one that preceeded it but was detached because of its different subject matter. It is hard to live God's Laws in our modern pagancultures. All are of equal worth before God. Pride and jealosy are amongst the worst sins of man. A bad upbringing makes it harder initially to conform to Zion's ways. A warning against bad music -- great stress has been laid by the Church to quit worldly music of all kinds because of its destructive effects on the spirit. Rock, rap, avante garde classical, and most forms of popular music are harmful. The saints should purify their homes by cleansing them of all that is worldly -- bad music, art, books, etc. -- but avoid puritanical fanaticism devoid of a genuine love. There were many in the early Church who were ordained to callings they were not worthy of, and vice versa, because the temple proceedures for weighing those having Priesthood stewardship was poorly developed at that time and because there was a shortage of Priesthood officers. Many were later injured in their pride as they were assigned new stewardships commensur- ate with their abilities especially when this resulted in perceived "demotions" from the Enochian to the Zadokian Order. Such human problems were a constant plague in the 1988-92 period. The saints are called to repent and rededicate themselves [Århus, Denmark].
1. Verily, verily, saith the Lord: there are few in this generation, male or female, who are able to live My Holy Laws because they are too steeped in the ways of the world, loving the ways of Babylon with her weights and measures.
All are of Equal Worth Before God
2. For ye weigh each other upon the scales of your own hearts, saying: "Surely I am greater than her," or "Surely he is greater than I", not comprehending the Law of Christ which esteemeth all men and women as equal.
3. And ye seek to get gain, whether in material things or the affections of loved ones, weighing each other in your heartsand minds, fearing lest one should be loved more than another.
4. And thus ye plant the seeds of jealosy and fear, and ye begin to compete with each other for attention and love, not comprehending your God nor His ways.
Bad Upbringing is an Impediment
5. And many have excused themselves from My ways because of the bad exam- ples of those who have gone before them, judging My laws rather than those who failed to abide them.
6. If ye desire to receive a greater anointing of the Holy Spirit ye must totally divorce yourselves from the world.
7. But ye will not, for ye love the ways of the world, seeking after her enter- tainments which do numb the mind and soul, and open the doors to seducing and mischievous spirits.
Bad Music Destroys the Soul
8. I have spoken plainly to you in the matter of music but ye yet seek to justify yourselves, saying: "The music of Babylon is of no consequence to our souls and we are able to abide it and not be harmed."
9. O ye fools! Know ye not that ye are already in bondage to Satan through his music, and know ye not that it is his angels who whisper these excuses in your ears?
10. How great is the foolishness of the human heart which will not yield itself willingly unto purity, scorning the words of the prophets, stoning them inwardly by reviling them.
11. But I, the Lord, say unto all scoffers and lovers after the order of Babylon, that ye shall in no wise enter My Holy Order, nor receive the blessings thereof,until ye have totally divorced yourselves from the allurements of the world.
Cleanse Your Homes of the World
12. Cast out all that is unseemly from your homes, purifying all parts of your house;
13. I am well pleased with My servant Herman Rustad who hath begun to do this of his own free will, that he might be an example unto you all. And I called him to be a Pastor because he desireth purity.
Losing the Desire for the World
14. Thus saith the Lord: those who become sanctified in My love will no longer desire the things of the world but shall cast out of their houses her music, trinkets and entertainments.
Avoid Puritanical Fanaticism
15. Let this be done inwardly in purity and love, and not in any spirit of [blind] fanaticism, for such fanaticism1 quencheth out the Spirit and is without love.
16. Let each be satisfied in his or her own conscience, not reviling against others, for they that judge others in one fault shall themselves be judged for their own.
Many Remain Unhealed
17. Cast out all your pollutions as unprofitable idols; and until ye do this ye shall in no wise be healed.
18. And it is for this cause that many of you remain unhealed of spiritual and physical illness -- for if ye obey not the physician, how can the physician heal you?
19. I am the Physician, and if ye obey Me not, ye have no promise.
20. It is for this cause that many have stopped in their spiritual endowment; and some have begun to decline.
21. But those who have been obedient to the promptings of My Spirit and to My Word have increased in wisdom and knowledge.
22. For this cause there are many who hold a greater Priesthood office inwardly than outwardly, and many who hold a greater Priesthood office outwardly than inwardly.
23. Yea, and there are some who should hold no Priesthood at all; these I shall sift out in My Temple that ye may be taught more perfectly the spirit of discernment.
Sweep Out Your Houses
24. Therefore go forth and do as I have told you, sweeping out your houses until all unseemly things are burned (Lk. 11:24-26).
25. Do not delay, beloved ones, for evil spirits will not withhold themselves while ye procrastinate your repentance, but shall enter in unawares and take possession of you.
Repent and Rededicate
26. But if ye will repent now, and rededicate yourselves, ye shall be made clean and begin to receive again that sanctification which ye have lost because of your disobedience.
27. I am the Lord Jesus Christ, and My heart is filled with love for you.
28. Trust Me, for I am gentle and kind, and will bring you peace and happiness. Amen.
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