Jesus' Precepts and Deeds through His Three Years of Teaching

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The Lord and the Priests of the Temple (John 5)

1. The healing of a sick man at the pool of Bethesda.
2. The Lord attests to Himself and His mission as the Messiah.
3. The Lord talks about attesting to His Works.
4. On the hardness of heart of the Temple Jews.
5. The Pharisees in Bethany.
6. The confession of the Pharisees.
7. The Lord with His followers on a hill near Bethany.
8. Moses und Elijah appear at the Lord's bidding. Moses' accusation against the Temple Jews.
9. The accusation of Elijah.
10. The self-accusation of the priests.
11. The good resolutions of the neophyte Jewish priests.
12. The nocturnal thunderstorm.
13. The new star with the New Jerusalem. The requirement for eternal life.
14. Confession of a Jewish priest.
15. The Jewish priests become disciples of the Lord.
16. The converted priests dissociate themselves from the temple.
17. The selfish doings of the priests in the temple.
18. A Gospel of cheerfulness.
19. The purification from sin.
20. The transience of matter.
21. A wine miracle. The work in the vineyard of the Lord.
22. The false teachers of the Gospel.
23. The Lord and His followers in Bethlehem. Healing and caring for many sick people.
24. The Lord's healings at a place near Bethlehem.
25. The Lord's journey to Kisjonah.
26. Philopold's philosophical questions.
27. The maturation of man.
28. Time and space.
29. The extent of power.
30. The power of light.
31. The divine and the human nature of the Lord.
32. The spiritual in the natural.
33. Heaven and Hell.
34. A big catch of fish.
35. Judas Iscariot at Kisjonah's house.
36. Departure from Kis and arrival at the house of the innkeeper of Lazarus.
37. The wise men from Persia.
38. The expertise and works of the three wise men.
39. A good end does not justify bad means.
40. The influence of the light spirits.

At the Sea of Galilee (John 6)

41. The feeding of the five thousand
42. The disciples travel across the sea to Capernaum
43. The bread of life
44. The Lord's mission on earth. The flesh and blood of the Lord
45. The people's opinions on the speech of the Lord
46. A test for the disciples of the Lord
47. Judas Iscariot
48. At the inn of the innkeeper of Capernaum.
49. The Lord's forbearance concerning Judas Iscariot.
50. The immense catch of fish. The delicious premium fish.
51. On fasting and repenting. The parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector
52. On temptation and weakness. Train the thinking!
53. The destiny of creatures.
54. The resurrection of the flesh.
55. On diseases and premature death.
56. The main causes of diseases.
57. The spring tide.
58. Peter and the wealthy citizen from Capernaum.
59. The nature of worldly people.
60. The merchants' indifference in the spiritual field.
61. On reincarnation. The earth as a school for the children of God.
62. The monstrous sea serpent.
63. The reason for God becoming man.
64. Disbelief as mark of ripeness for a new revalation. Comparison between the people in Noah's time and those in Jesus' time. The spiritual state of mankind.
65. The otherworldly guidance of the souls that incarnated as human beings before Jesus. On the Kingdom of Heaven.
66. The avaricious chief of Capernaum.
67. The immortality of the human soul.
68. The cause of the fear of death.
69. The divine love, its providence and wisdom.
70. The sunken land.
71. The nature of evil spirits.
72. Influences of the spirits on natural events as permitted by destiny.
73. The drowned daughter of the innkeeper and her raising from the dead.
74. The ship of the Pharisees on the troubled sea.
75. On the proper viewing of nature.
76. The causes for the decline of human beings. Theocracy and kingship. Last days and Judgment.
77. On a mountain near Capernaum.
78. A conversation about the Lord between the innkeeper and the head priest.
79. The farewell from the innkeeper at Capernaum. The inner word as God's secret in the human heart
80. The visit at the innkeeper's in Cana. The healing of the sick child. A gospel for breast-feeding mothers.
81. The Lord in the north of Galilee.
82. The disciple and the stern tax collector.
83. The Lord raises the deceased son of the tax collector from the dead.
84. The dismissal of the three physicians.
85. The art of living.
86. The Lord as teacher of the art of living.
87. The inner development of a spiritual human being.
88. The foundation for spiritual perfection. The nature of God.
89. A dialogue between the physician and the innkeeper about the Lord.
90. The human and the divine nature of the Lord.
91. The physician receives the power from the Lord to heal the sick through the laying on of hands.
92. The Christian as a businessman. On protective duty and slave-holding. The behavior toward the priests of the idols.
93. The visit to the holy grove. The destruction of the idols.
94. The priest's plea for restoration of the idols. The holy lake.
95. At the meal in the house of the tax collector Jored. The Lord's teachings of life.
96. On astrology.
97. The Lord cures the sick in a little fishing village.
98. The heathen priest's eloquent defense.
99. Jored's poor little fishing village is wonderfully blessed by the Lord.
100. The return to Chotinodora.
101. The Lord explains Daniel's visions.
102. The cunning wives of the heathen priests.
103. The good testimony of the priests' wives about the Lord.
104. The learned women's doubts in the afterlife.
105. The Lord's disapproval of the haughty, critical women.
106. A scribe supports the opinions of the priestesses.
107. Communication with the other world. Evidence of the continuation of life after death.
108. The atheistic speech of the eloquent priestess.
109. The exchange of opinions between the scribe and the priestess.
110. The scribe's speech on the nature of God.
111. The path to knowledge and love of God.
112. The superstitious fishing master at the Euphrates.
113. The right way of religious teaching.
114. The snake as a role model.
115. The thieves of the raft.
116. The owners of the raft and the Lord.
117. The story of the wealthy man and his workers.
118. The guilt of the raft lords.
119. The veneration of the priestesses for the Lord.
120. The Lord explains the lunar world and the nature of lunatism.
121. Peculiarities of the lunar souls that have incarnated on the earth.
122. The Lord cautions against relapse into material values. The nature of matter. The everlastingness of the Lord.
123. On prayer and the worship of God.
124. On the education of mankind.
125. The spirit of the priestesses' mentor appears.
126. The importance of the Jewish people for the heathens.
127. The Lord overcomes the stream robbers.
128. The Lord in Samosata.
129. The healing of the Captain's son who was ill with fever.
130. The conversion of the idolatrous priests.
131. The Roman Captain finds his siblings.
132. The Captain's complaint about the war in the animal kingdom.
133. Of the teachings on the soul. Nature and purpose of matter. The free, automatic development of man into a child of God.
134. The Captain's account of the wise Illyrian.
135. The personality of God. The will of God and the will of man. The power of the will.
136. Appreciation of beauty, a blossom of truth.
137. The visit in the temple of wisdom.
138. The miraculous meal in the colonel's house. The nature and effect of love.
139. The haggler Jews.
140. The return journey to Capernaum. The giant and his harangue against the Jews.
141. The failed attack by the chief priest of the synagogue.
142. The Captain recruits the giant and his brothers for Rome. Acts of love are the true merits before God.
143. Official function and honor. Everything is by grace; only good will has merit. On the awareness of one's own worthlessness.
144. The dependency of human action on the grace of God.
145. The reproaches and doubts of the disciples.
146. The discontented disciples go by themselves to the Feast of Booths in Jerusalem; the Lord follows them secretly
147. The Lord in the temple. Failed attack of the temple priests
148. The Lord's stop at the house of Lazarus in Bethany.
149. A prediction of the Lord on our present time. The necessity of divine revelations.
150. True and false prophets and revelations.
151. The marks of the anti-Christians.
152. The diversity of creatures and its purpose.
153. The Lord's prediction on the judgment of the Jews. The ephemeral nature of matter.
154. On the necessity of the ephemeral nature of matter.
155. Self-inflicted diseases and accidents and those occurring through no fault of one's own.
156. The imminent lunar eclipse.
157. The granted vision of the moon through the inner eye.
158. The aftermath of the lunar eclipse. Reincarnation and gifts of the spirit.
159. The experiences of the disciples at the feast in Jerusalem.
160. The seven watchdogs of Lazarus. The star worlds as schoolhouses for spirits.
161. Exemplary action as the best teaching and admonition. When sternness and threats are in order.
162. The cause and purpose of diseases and suffering.
163. The fate of suicide victims. Teaching without setting a good example is not useful for anything. Faith without action is dead.
164. Lazarus' stance on the temple. Anger and its consequences.
165. Influences of spirits and the free will of man. The destiny of animal souls.
166. The nature of meteors and comets.
167. Lazarus becomes the owner of a crude oil well.
168. Lazarus and the temple spies.
169. The Lord's reference to His death on the cross.
170. The Lord teaches in the temple
171. The Pharisees and Nicodemus

The Lord on the Mount of Olives (John Chapter 8)

172. The Lord and his followers at Lazarus' inn on the Mount of Olives
173. The Lord's reflections at the sight of Jerusalem. The judgment over Jerusalem.
174. The prediction of the great judgment of the present time.
175. Lazarus' doubts about the divine guidance of mankind.
176. Of the workers in the vineyard. The purpose, nature and impact of the revelations.
177. The prophets as carriers of the revelation. Faith of light and blind faith.
178. Two kinds of human beings on earth: souls from above and souls from below. Teaching and working of signs with their different effects.
179. The Antichrist.
180. On right blessing and prayer.
181. The arrival of the foreign Romans at the inn.
182. The guide's conversation with the Romans about the Lord.
183. The Roman asks the innkeeper and Lazarus about the miracle worker Jesus.
184. Lazarus tells the Roman about the Lord.
185. The healing of the posessed maiden Mary Magdalene by the Lord.
186. The Romans and the maiden honor the Lord.
187. On the effects of wine.
188. The value of thinking and the faith of light.
189. A view into the miracles of the angelic realm by means of second sight. The difference between angels and men.
190. The difference between the life tasks of angels and men.
191. About second and third sight.
192. A visit in the universe.
193. The spiritual correspondence of the times of the day. He who serves the altar should also live from the altar.
194. The Lord characterizes the thirty Romans.
195. The thirty Romans search for the Lord.
196. The Lord teaches in the temple. The opinions of the listening people
197. The adulteress
198. The Lord's testimony in the temple
199. The Lord and his adversaries
200. The nature of the Lord
201. The exposure of the adulteress' seducer.
202. Workers visit the Lord on the Mount of Olives.
203. The reason for the faithlessness of the temple priests.
204. The education of mankind toward the realization of God.
205. Freedom of will and the spiritual mission of man on earth.
206. On sin and sacrifice.
207. The Lord's contemplations on Jerusalem and on the last days of the earth. The Thousand Year Kingdom and Judgment of Fire.
208. Lazarus' report on the unbelieving Pharisees.
209. The miracle at the inn.
210. The Pharisees' doubts about the Lord as the Messiah.
211. A bet between Agricola and a Pharisee.
212. Agricola interprets prophecies from Isaiah.
213. The Pharisee's ignorance concerning the sun and the Great Flood.
214. On the Book of Job and the temple at Abu Simbil.
215. The Oracle of Delphi. On the continuation of life after death.
216. The seven Books of Moses.
217. On the Song of Solomon.
218. Agricola talks about the nature of the soul.
219. Soul and body.
220. Renunciation of the world and the Kingdom of God.
221. The divine guidance of mankind.
222. Pure and impure food.
223. Right and wrong observance of the Sabbath.
224. The Pharisee's objection.
225. Influences of spirits and communication with the world beyond. Independence and freedom of human will.
226. God's nature and eternal joy of creating. The transformation of all matter into spirit. The afterlife of man.
227. Not knowledge, but the act of love blesses the soul. On diligence and thrift. Fair wealth.
228. Love of neighbor. Knowledge of God and love of God.
229. God-Father, God-Son and God-Holy Spirit.
230. The Trinity in God and man.
231. The eternal and omnipresent nature of God in Jesus. The apparitions at the baptism of the Lord.
232. The nature of the comets.
233. The importance of cognition.
234. Inventions and their purpose.
235. On the false prophets.
236. The Lord's spiritual omnipresence. The first shall be last. Cautioning against jealousy and arrogance.
237. Heaven and hell.
238. The fights in hell.
239. The second creation of God.
240. The relationship between hell and the world.
241. Lazarus wants to help the sinners.
242. Three parables on the mercy of God. The secret of love.
243. The consequences of the wrong conception of the world beyond.
244. On judging and punishments.
245. The cosmic man of creation in the universe.
246. The salvation of the cosmic man.
247. The Lord as savior of the great cosmic man. The spiritual splendor of man.
248. The movement of the cosmic man and his shell globes. The double suns.