THE GREAT GOSPEL OF JOHN
VOLUME 3

Jesus' Precepts and Deeds through His Three Years of Teaching


Table of Contents


 

Jesus near Caesarea Philippi

1. The oracle of Delphi.
2. On the appearance of higher beings.
3. On the destiny and evolution of man.
4. Directive of the Lord with regard to the robbers.
5. Threat of the Pharisees by Julius.
6. Exchange of opinions between the Pharisees and Julius about Jesus.
7. The Pharisee's admission of the coercion of faith in the temple.
8. The conditions of the Lord when accepting the disciples.
9. The advantages of renunciation.
10. Needs and their evil.
11. On the reason for the Flood.
12. Suggestions for the mission.
13. Noah and the Ark.
14. How earthly treasures should be regarded and used.
15. On the right way to the goal of perfection of human beings.
16. Of the Ascension of Jesus.
17. Of the power of the Lord's Will and the freedom of the human soul.
18. The recording of the speeches of the Lord.
19. The Song of Solomon.
20. On the guests' eating at the morning meal.
21. The healing of the five possessed murderer robbers.
22. Speeches of despair of the possessed.
23. The strange state of the soul of the healed possessed.
24. On the distinction between souls by clairvoyants.
25. Mathael's philosophy of nature.
26. Speech about the conflict in nature.
27. Mathael about the inner life of Cyrenius.
28. Mathael's speech about God.
29. Cyrenius' speech about his wisdom and Mathael's response to it.
30. Jesus draws Cyrenius' attention to to the speech of Mathael.
31. Mathael speaks about the path to the goal of true life.
32. About the unity of eternal life.
33. A prophecy of Mathael.
34. The five cured men want to have Jesus identified.
35. Jesus, the hero in the battle against death.
36. The Lord's speech about the true veneration for God.
37. Julius' concerns about interrogating the other criminals.
38. Julius interrogates the criminals.
39. Suetal's speech about the temple and the Saviour from Nazareth.
40. Why the accused came to Galilee.
41. Mathael's story of his fate and healing.
42. Soul and spirit.
43. On life and death.
44. The Lord cares for the prisoners.
45. Report of the healing of a paralytic on the blessed meadow.
46. Suetal reports about the influence of the miracle worker.
47. Mathael's and Suetal's speeches about rebukes.
48. Mathael's speech on law and love.
49. Explanation of the outer occurrences with Moses.
50. The twelfth doubt about the person of the Saviour.
51. Concerns about the account of the divinity of the Nazarene.
52. Suetal's and Ribar's dialogue about testing Raphael's ability to perform miracles.
53. The main features of the teaching of Jesus.
54. A second miracle in accordance with Ribar's desire.
55. On the difference between Raphael's miracles and those of the magicians.
56. Suetal's and Ribar's opinion about Jesus.
57. The Lord promises both to call their attention to the Saviour.
58. Raphael as an avid eater of fish.
59. Good and bad qualities when reprimanding.
60. Suetal shows himself to be a chatterbox.
61. Raphael's teaching about reflection in one's own heart.
62. Risa's worldly wisdom.
63. Hebram's speech points out Risa's error.
64. The divine order and our understanding of the world.
65. The Lord gives tips for living to beginners.
66. The Lord's speech on the role of the genders.
67. Exceptions in cases of sexuality.
68. On sinful sexual intercourse.
69. Improvement measures for sexually self-indulgent people.
70. Instances of lawful divorce.
71. Behavioural tips for married couples and judges.
72. On testing the engaged couple.
73. Raphael records the Lord's speech on sexuality.
74. Suetal's impatience and curiousity to see the Lord.
75. Suetal talks with Ribar about Raphael's behaviour.
76. Ribar's premonition of the presence of the Lord.
77. How God reveals Himself.
78. Reason and emotion.
79. Reason for the diversity of human talents.
80. A rational person searches for love.
81. The Lord announces a solar eclipse.
82. Raphael as a pilot rescues embattled Greeks.
83. Consequences of the solar eclipse.
84. Gods and human beings.
85. Mathael is assigned as teacher to Ouran.
86. Helena, the noble daughter of the wise Greek.
87. The false sun.
88. The Greeks' fear of the Saviour.
89. Mathael's participation and enlightenment.
90. Origin and explanation of the Greek names of gods.
91. Mathael as destroyer of the walls of the pagan temple.
92. How the beauty of the children of God differs from the beauty of the children of the world.
93. Two kinds of love for the Lord.
94. Mathael talks about the movement of the stars.
95. On the process of education in ancient Egypt.
96. Helena's considerations about the wisdom of mankind.
97. On the right time for and effect of instructing the people.
98. Ouran's thoughts while aware of the presence of the Lord.
99. The extinguishment of the false sun and its impact.
100. Man's great heritage and calling.
101. Helena's opinion about the apostles.
102. Mathael explains the names of the first three signs of the zodiac.
103. Explanation of the fourth to sixth signs of the zodiac.
104. The seventh, eighth and ninth signs of the zodiac.
105. Explanation of the last three signs of the zodiac.
106. Helena asks about the school of Mathael.
107. The zodiac in general.
108. Opinions about the spreading of the new teaching.
109. Judas' character.
110. The search for God.
111. Union with the Lord.
112. How to thank God.
113. The future of the pure teaching of God.
114. Information about the awakening in the spirit.
115. Consequences of the natural disasters in Caesarea Philippi.
116. Mark's joy over the chastisement of the priests.
117. Reprimanding glee.
118. Mathael becomes viceroy.
119. Helena becomes Mathael's spouse.
120. Helena's gratitude and good intentions.
121. On Jesus' nature.
122. On the angels' nature.
123. The wisdom of Jarah.
124. Helena on the power of the priests.
125. Ouran shows how unfounded Helena's fear is.
126. Jarah recounts her experiences about the stars.
127. Conversations about the unusual incidents.
128. Micha's notion of wordly wisdom concerning the incidents.
129. Mathael gives clarifications regarding the memorable incidents.
130. The missions and sufferings of the angels.
131. All human unease is dispelled by Raphael.
132. The difficulty of converting priests.
133. About the right search for God.
134. Reason for the destruction of Caesarea Philippi.
135. Cyrenius and the delegation of the Arch-Pharisees from the burnt down Caesarea.
136. Mark's accusation against the High Pharisee.
137. Negotiation with the Pharisees.
138. Cyrenius gives order to send for witnesses against the Pharisees from Caesarea.
139. On the nature of the earth and the moon.
140. A messenger's report of the revolt in Caesarea.
141. Messenger Herme talks about his experience in town.
142. Further examination by Cyrenius.
143. Judgment of the High Pharisee about the Saviour.
144. The Pharisees judge their leader and Jesus.
145. Cyrenius' gravely serious speech.
146. The character of the High Pharisee.
147. The falsified document.
148. The confession of the High Pharisee.
149. The High Pharisee Stahar makes known his notions of faith.
150. Raphael and Stahar.
151. Stahar's experience with Indian magicians.
152. Stahar relates the assassination of the High Priest Zachariah.
153. Raphael gives explanations on the prophecies of the Messiah.
154. Stahar converts his colleagues.
155. Hebram's speech about the "New Light" of eternity.
156. A Pharisee talks about the responsibility of man.
157. Floran philosophises about God.
158. On humility and arrogance.
159. Floran before the Lord.
160. Floran talks with Stahar and his people about the Lord.
161. Floran's confession before the Lord and testimony about the temple.
162. The avenues of divine guidance.
163. Suggestions for the mission work in the vineyard of the Lord.
164. Boats with guests in sight.
165. On the dangers of haughtiness.
166. Joy of reunion after the arrival of the guests.
167. The prophecies about the incarnation of the Lord.
168. Guidance of the individuals and the peoples.
169. The big group meal at Mark's.
170. The contradiction between wanting and doing.
171. On reincarnation.
172. Cornelius and Jarah.
173. Cornelius' question to Jarah.
174. The natural sun.
175. Development of the heart and mind.
176. The fate of the divine teaching.
177. The dignity of human free will.
178. Human aptitude and destiny.
179. Cornelius' memory of Jesus' birth.
180. The nature and destiny of angels.
181. Philopold's philosophy of creation.
182. The reach of mental understanding.
183. The reason for the incarnation of the Lord.
184. The language of the heart.
185. On the nimbus.
186. Preparations for the imminent storm.
187. The storm.
188. The judgment concerning the region of Caesarea Philippi.
189. The afflicted ship on the deep sea.
190. The Jewish merchants from Persia.
191. The travelers' two delegates in conversation with the Lord.
192. On the blessing and curse of wealth.
193. The essential nature of humans.
194. The Persians' opinions about the Lord.
195. Explanation of a scripture by the Lord.
196. The Lord's question about the Messiah.
197. The Persians' difficulties in converting.
198. Shabbi's warning speech.
199. Dialogue between the two delegates.
200. On premature trust.
201. The difference between the Lord and the magicians.
202. The effects of the Lord's deeds on the Persian Jews.
203. The benefit of activity and the evil consequences of idleness.
204. The nature of true revelation.
205. On the powerlessness of humans.
206. Shabbi recognizes the Lord.
207. On the true worship of God.
208. The Persians' reverence before the holiness of the Lord.
209. On prayer.
210. Jarah's future.
211. Exegesis of the fourth commandment.
212. The Pharisaic reading of the fourth commandment.
213. The Lord explains the law of the Pharisees.
214. What is unchastity?
215. The sin against chastity.
216. The Pharisees' dispute about the divinity of the Lord.
217. Cyrenius' and the Lord's discussion about Murel, Stahar and the disciples.
218. Murel's experiences on his journeys.
219. Where to look for the truth.
220. On the decline of Egyptian and Indian wisdom.
221. On the past life of the individual.
222. Philopold's otherworldly experience.
223. The natural order of the worlds.
224. Murel's speech of praise and gratitude.
225. Fulfillment of the prophecy of Isaiah.
226. The Lord's promise.
227. The nature of the Lord and humankind.
228. The future of Jesus' teachings.
229. Concerns about the mission.
230. The invalidity of all concerns regarding the mission.
231. On the Lord's death and the future of his disciples.
232. Conscience and the influence of the angels.
233. The meteor.
234. The nature of matter.
235. The meaning of the Mosaic history of creation. Mathael's supernatural experience.
236. The incomprehensibility of stern guidance. Communion with the Lord in the heart.
237. Reasons for the difficult guidance of Mathael.
238. The inner Word. The reason for the incarnation of the Lord.
239. The thought of God's boredom.
240. Raphael's question regarding the mission.
241. God's kingdom in the human heart.
242. True spiritual life.
243. On the main obstacles to fulfillment of the promises.
244. The free will of an angel.
245. On Venus.
246. The benefits of the order of Venus.