The Sin of Anger
The sin of anger and spiritual immaturity often go hand-in-hand as the following revelation indicates. Learning the difference between a child-like attitude, which is innocence, and childishness, which is immaturity. We are free to choose and act as we will but must accept responsibility for our choices. Repentance leads to restored innocence. Only then can the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge be plucked. Our search for the Lord should not be limited; the revelation shows poetically that we can learn truth almost everywhere. Obedience leads to self-discipline, which leads to love. When the greatest love, which is Christ, has been found, then a man can overcome all things. This revelation, originally to a member of the Church, has been made anonymous [Århus, Denmark].
1. Let thine anger be subdued and thy soul be cast out of the prison house, for I would loosen thy cords and bring thee forth.
2. And astonishment shall cover thy face, and love shall more freely move within thee as water between the roots of a great tree.
3. I have not forgotten thee, nor left thee, for I am the Lord of Calvary whom thou seekest, even as the Son of Man seeketh His own.
Search for Christ
4. Search for Me in all things and not just in the visions and revelations of others, for I am everywhere.
Free to Choose Right or Wrong
5. Thou art free, and thou art permitted to act, even as thou wilt.
6. I would that thou wouldst see greater things on earth which are in the likeness of Heaven, for the earth is My footstool and greatly to be desired.
The Child-like Nature and Childishness
7. Verily, verily, I say unto thee, that a man shall become as a child in order to inherit the Kingdom of God, but he must also put away childish things.
8. Great is the mystery of this saying, My son, and blesed is he that understandeth it, for the two parts are not con- trary to each other, but one and the same.
Repentance and Innocence
9. For verily a man must become as a little child in order to repent and be baptised, for this is the beginning of his citizenship in Heaven.
10. And all holy beginnings arise out of innocence.
The Tree of Knowledge
11. Then cometh the Tree of Knowledge of which a man must partake, that he might grow in his endowment in Me.
Seek for Christ Everywhere
12, Seek for Me under the stone, and thou shalt find Me.
13. Seek for Me in the heights and the depths, for behold, I am there.
14. Seek for Me in the soul of man, for I am knocking to gain entrance in.
15. All things are governed by the laws established by My Father, and obedience thereunto openeth many doors.
16. Wherefore learn obedience; and in obedience, discipline; and in discipline a more sure love.
The Greatest Love
17. For in the greatest love of all there is an overcoming of all, and a rest1 that no man can take away, nor can he be threatened, nor doth it require a man todefend [that rest] by force of words or action.
18. Therefore know Me in the heights and the depths according to My Word, and thou shalt increase and be saved. Amen.
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