Jesus' Precepts and Deeds through His Three Years of Teaching

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The Lord on the Mount of Olives. (cont.) Gospel of John, Chapter 8

1. A sunrise and its correspondence.
2. The approaching traders.
3. The superstitious slave traders.
4. The conversion of the slave trader.
5. The liberation of the slaves.
6. On trade and usury.
7. Agricola interrogates a senior cleric of the temple.
8. The criminal statutes of the temple.
9. The testimony of the apparent criminal.
10. The confession of the senior cleric.
11. The judgment of Agricola.
12. The meal at the inn.
13. Agricola's reference to the Lord.
14. The new guests at the inn and their accommodation.
15. An explanation of the materializations.
16. The work of the nature spirits in the formation of metal. The secret of the miracle.
17. The primordial matter of creation.
18. The seven primeval spirits of God. The salvation.
19. Jehovah's wars.
20. The disharmony of the seven spirits in man.
21. Miracle after miracle.
22. The Jewish girl's thirst for knowledge with regard to the Lord.
23. The Roman's question regarding the Messiah.
24. Raphael clothes the poor.
25. The Jewish girl's conjecture about the person of the Lord.
26. The Jewess' excuse.
27. The Lord's reference to messianic prophecies.
28. Explanation of the first three commandments.
29. The fourth commandment.
30. Helias' criticism of the fourth commandment.
31. The fifth commandment.
32. The sixth commandment.
33. The seventh commandment.
34. The eighth commandment.
35. The ninth and tenth commandments.
36. The importance of controlling thoughts.
37. Poverty and wealth.
38. On human criticism. The Lord's advice to divest oneself of all doubts. The inner communion with the Lord.
39. The opinions of the young slave. Russia's future.
40. Lazarus and Raphael serve the strangers.
41. Raphael and the Greeks.
42. A miracle by Raphael.
43. Agricola's question on the nature of Raphael. The blessing of patience.
44. The nocturnal light phenomenon of the ten cloud columns.
45. The changed heavenly phenomenon and the embarrassment of the temple clerics.
46. Nicodemus at Lazarus' house on the Mount of Olives.
47. Nicodemus talks with Lazarus about the light phenomenon.
48. Nicodemus before the Lord.
49. The manifestation of the old and new Jerusalem.
50. The Lord explains the light phenomena.
51. The past and future of the Jews.
52. Destiny or free will?
53. On the extent of good and evil.
54. The explanation of the third light phenomenon.
55. The right cognition of God's wisdom through rebirth.
56. The nature of the angels. Love and wisdom, heart and mind.
57. Jacob's ladder. On the nature of dreams. The soul in the afterlife.
58. Soul and body. State of a secularized soul in the afterlife. The moon and its inhabitants.
59. The true adoration of God.
60. The Greeks on the path to the only true God.
61. The sustenance of angels. Reference to the sixth and seventh Books of Moses.
62. The value of human free will. The prophets' experiences in the afterlife. On being blessed.
63. The people and the temple clerics.
64. The gratitude of the freed slaves.
65. The capability of the soul to see after death.
66. The nature of soul and mind. The soul in the afterlife.
67. The different levels of blissfulness of perfected souls.
68. The nature of the angels.
69. The power of the angels. Relationship between spirit and soul. Rebirth.
70. On the nature of the air.
71. The nature of the spirit.
72. The nature of the ether.
73. The purely spiritual in matter.
74. The effect of the spirit on matter.
75. The spirit, the innermost power.
76. The liberation from matter.
77. The process of the inner transformation in man.
78. Report of the valley innkeeper on the events in the temple.
79. The people disclose the atrocities of the Pharisees.
80. The questioning of the scribes by the man from Bethlehem.
81. The old rabbi describes the story of the decline of the Jewish people.
82. The tranquilizing speech of Nicodemus to the people.
83. The discussion of the Pharisees.
84. The rupture in the high counsel.
85. Proper fasting and prayer.
86. The disguised temple servants with Lazarus.
87. The lords of the temple visit Nicodemus.
88. The words of Nicodemus to the temple servants.
89. The story of the Roman about the might of the Nubian.
90. The Roman warns the temple servants about the might of the Lord.
91. Provision in the necessities of life through submission to the will of the Lord. The material and spiritual flood.
92. About the good works. Guidance of the people by divine providence.
93. The evil and the judgment.
94. About the death penalty.
95. The 3 magicians from India and their wonders.
96. Raphael unmasks the magicians.
97. The defensive speech of the chief magician.
98. The confession of the chief magician.
99. The call of the Indians to God is not heard.
100. The true way to God.
101. About the Indian religions.
102. The strong suspicion of the 3 magicians. The diamond is fetched in a marvelous way.
103. The way to life perfection.
104. The guilt of the magicians.
105. The magician asks for the way to the revelation.
106. The guidance of the Indian people.
107. The revelation in India.
108. The desire of the magicians for the true God.
109. Everything needs its own time. The Lord and the physical order.
110. The heavy wind of the north. The meaning of it. The Dead Sea.
111. The doubts of the Indian magician.
112. The diversity of all created things.
113. The necessity of the diversity of all created things.
114. The Earth as an organism.
115. The benefit of the poisonous trees in India. The development of the Earth. The displacement of the seas.
116. Asking for the truth.
117. Nature and the seat of the truth. The search of the 3 magicians for the truth.
118. The task of the Messiah. The discussion of the magicians.
119. Phenomenon near the Dead Sea.
120. Agricola asks about the guidance of men.
121. The guidance of humanity. Knowledge, intellect and free will.
122. The magicians recognize the Lord.
123. The acceptance of the Word of the Lord in India.
124. Called and chosen.
125. Criticism of the magician concerning the parable of the entrusted pounds.
126. The right education of children according to their talents. The importance of the inner development for the awakening of the spirit.
127. The Kingdom of God.
128. Where is the Kingdom of God?
129. The field of activity of the apostles and the children of God in the beyond.
130. Departure for Emmaus.
131. On the way to Emmaus.
132. The Lord and the beggar-woman.
133. The begging children from Emmaus.
134. The Lord together with the poor family.
135. Agricola and the shepherds.
136. The Lord speaks with Nicodemus about the poor people.
137. The curiosity of the citizens of Emmaus.
138. Arrival of the 7 Upper-Egyptians. Words of the Egyptian to the Lord that proves a deep insight. About the right kind of food.
139. The two Romans recognize the Lord. The Lord cautions them not to make Him known too soon.
140. The destiny of man. The purpose of the Lord's coming in the flesh.
141. God's humble love for men. Men's position in relation to God. True humility. The true worship of God. Forgiveness of sins.
142. The form and spirit of the created beings.
143. On the hill near Emmaus.
144. The Pharisees are visiting Nicodemus.
145. The man from Upper-Egypt reveals the thoughts of the Pharisees.
146. The punishment of the rich Barabe.
147. The promise of the Pharisees.
148. Raphael reveals the sins of the Pharisees.
149. The convincing miracle of Raphael.
150. The inner nature of man.
151. Divine guidance of humanity.
152. Diversity of the gifts of the spirit.
153. The reconciliation of the Pharisees.
154. The Lord and the Pharisees.
155. The 3 degrees of inner life perfection.
156. About life in a monastery and hermits. The purpose of temptations.
157. True repentance and penance.
158. About the right wisdom and carefulness.
159. The spiritual eye of the men from Upper-Egypt.
160. Believing and inner vision. The spritual development of the man from Upper-Egypt.
161. The inner revelation of the man from Upper-Egypt.
162. Abraham appears to the temple servants.
163. Moses and Elijah admonish the newly repented Pharisees.
164. A speed miracle of Raphael.
165. The Lord sends the slave-traders back to their own country.
166. The sending out of the 70 laborers as messengers of the Savior.
167. The task of the 70 who are sent out.
168. Advices of the Lord for Agricola's return trip. To strengthen faith and trust by practice. To be mature for the reception of the gifts of grace.
169. Admonishing words of the Lord to the youth of the north. About the angels. Heaven and Earth. The nature of the inner spiritual eye.
170. The business caravan from Damascus.
171. The Lord explains the second chapter of Isaiah.
172. The Lord explains Isaiah's images of the future
173. About the apparent unjust guidance of the people.
174. Explanation of Isaiah 2, 6-22. Mercy. Revelations of the new Light.
175. Explanation of the third chapter of Isaiah. The situation of an organized community.
176. The downfall of the false religious systems explained from Isaiah 3, 6-27.
177. The craving for honor. Pride and humility.
178. The Lord settles the argument between the Damascenes and the innkeepers of Emmaus.
179. A small gospel for the Damascenes.
180. The Lord raises a widow from the dead.
181. Return to the Mount of Olives.
182. A remarkable sunrise.
183. The cause of the secondary suns.
184. The Lord explains the phenomenon of the secondary suns.
185. Instructions of the Lord for the visit to the temple.

The Lord and his adversary. Gospel of John, Chapter 9

186. Healing before the temple of the man who was born blind.
187. The Lord talks to the one who was healed and to the Pharisees.
188. The Lord draws light upon the counter-argument of the Pharisees.
189. A Pharisee explains his philosophy of life.
190. The eternal life of the souls.
191. A new plan of the temple servants to catch the Lord.
192. The Pharisees try to catch the Lord.
193. The parable of the workers in the vineyard.
194. The Pharisees ask for God's Kingdom.
195. The parable of the king and his wedding feast.
196. Asking for the tax coin.
197. Jesus and the Sadducees. Marriage in Heaven.
198. The Lord asks the Pharisees what they think about Christ. The nature of man. About the triune being of God.
199. The Lord talks about the scribes.
200. The Lord critisizes the Pharisees.
201. The Lord calms down the people.
202. The free will of man. Man's impatience and God's tolerance.
203. The future of Jerusalem.
204. The Lord on the Mount of Olives with those that belong to Him.
205. Joseph refuses to help a Greek.
206. The attitude of the Lord as a young Man towards the priests.
207. The Lord gives a few examples of His omnipotence.

From the Lord's years of youth

208. Arrival at the property of the Greek.
209. Teaching on the top of the mountain.
210. The trip to Tyre.
211. Meeting Cyrenius again.
212. At the palace of Cyrenius.
213. True worship of God. Jesus as an example for men.
214. The free will of man.
215. The education of humanity.
216. Criticism of the Roman concerning the earthly conditions.
217. God's purpose with man.
218. The spirits explain about the world in the beyond.
219. The life of Julius Caesar in the beyond.
220. About believing and seeing.
221. Adam and Eve, the first human beings of the Earth. The pre-Adamites.
222. The apparent value of outer cultural development.
223. The way to spiritual perfection.
224. Arrival in Nazareth.
225. The death of the rabbi.
226. The fire in the house of the neighbors.
227. The charity of a few citizens.
228. In the forest of the neighbor.
229. The festive dinner at the neighbor's house.