The High and Low Roads
This is the third of three revelations given to a new member. We may choose between the high and the low roads in our journey to Zion. The purging of sin is one of the objects of suffering. [Bekkestua, Bærum, Norway].
1. Beloved son Amos, hearken unto the Lord thy God, who heareth thee
and acknowledgeth thy desires for holiness and truth: therefore blessed
2. For every man there is a day and many days, saith the Lord, in which
he is placed in the fire of affliction that he may be refined as gold.
Behold, thou seest not, because of impurity.
3. As gold is heated in the fire, so the impurety riseth to the surface
and is burned away.
4. Some impurity is burned away in low heat, and other in high.
5. When the impurity in man hath been burned away, behold, the moulten
gold resteth and moveth not any more.
6. And when the moulten goldeth resteth, it is still, and is as a
7. And when thou art purged, my son, and thine iniquity is burned out of
thee - thy impure desires, lack of love, doubtings and all that leadeth
away from holiness, behold, thou shalt see thy reflection and know.
8. That thou mayest function in the calling to which thou hast been
called it is necessary that thou be burned.
9. And I, the Lord, use the circumstances of a man to burn him, that he
may no longer glory in himself but only in the Lord his God.
10. Though trials and afflictions mean little to the one experiencing
them, there is a purpose.
11. And the purpose is that a man might be pure, for I, the Lord, cannot
use a man in power until he is pure.
12. Thou mayest freely choose the path thou wilt take, whether it be the
high road or the low one.
13. The high road requireth all that bindeth a man down - it shall cost
him all things.
14. The low road requireth only that which a man will yield - it shall
cost him that which he will give.
15. I, the Lord, shall act upon you as thou permittest the Holy Spirit
so to do.
16. Therefore choose the road thou wilt take, making thy sacrifice,
which if thou takest the high road is a broken heart and a contrite
spirit, which suffereth all things, and endureth all things, for
17. As thou yieldest so the picture will grow clearer.
18. It is better to hear the Word of God directly through thine own soul
than through a prophet; nevertheless, despise not the prophets.
19. And the day shall come, and is not far off if thou wilt hold to the
high road, that thou wilt know what thou desireth to know, when thy
faith shall be made perfect.
20. Rejoice in the adversity that purifyeth and in this alone much good
21. But see that ye follow the commandments and not thine own will.
22. Know that I love thee, and will never forsake thee, this day forth
and forever more.
23. I am Yahweh-Elohim, the Father and the Son. Amen.
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