THE GREAT GOSPEL OF JOHN
VOLUME 9

Jesus' Precepts and Deeds through His Three Years of Teaching


Table of Contents


 

The Lord on the way from Essaea to Jericho

1. The Lord meets a group of poor pilgrims.
2. The miracle in the house of the innkeeper.
3. The healing of the sick Helena.
4. The Lord bears witness of Himself.
5. The arrival before Jericho.
 


The Lord in Jericho

6. Meeting Kado again.
7. The Lord and the sick businessman from Sidon.
8. A harp player sings for the Lord.
9. The reward of the singer.
10. The Greek asks the Lord a question about the history of creation.
11. The Lord heals the Greek with the sick stomach.
12. The Lord speaks admonishing words to the Greek.
13. The shameless acrobats and their rightful removal.
14. What the Greeks thought about the disappearance of the acrobats.
15. A trial session in the inn.
16. The life's story of the robbers.
17. The anger and good intentions of the innkeeper.
18. The religion of the 3 robbers.
19. About the guidance of men.
20. Nojed asks about true religion.
21. The circumstances of the family of Hiponias, the father of the 3 thieves.
22. About the destiny of men.
23. About the necessity and purpose of temptations.
24. The objections of Nojed about the divinity of the Lord.
25. Natural man and man who is permeated with the Spirit of God.
 


The Lord on the way from Jericho to Nahim in Judea. Luke, Chapter 19

26. The Lord leaves Jericho. Zacchaeus in the mulberry tree.
27. The parable of the entrusted pounds.
28. The Lord heals the son of Zacchaeus.
29. Why the possession of the son was permitted.
30. About the measure of good and evil.
31. The pagan village with the temple of Mercury.
32. The healing of the blind girl Achaia.
 


The Lord in Nahim in Judea

33. The resurrection of the dead young man in Nahim.
34. The difference of opinion about the personality of the Lord.
35. Why need and sickness are permitted.
36. Why the Lord visits the widow.
37. The condition for a personal revelation of God.
38. The concern of the young man.
39. James asks for the spiritual meaning of the awakening of the dead young man.
40. About the spiritual circumstances of our time.
41. The question of the disciples about the darkening of the pure teaching of Christ.
42. The testimony of the widow and her arisen son before the people.
43. The signs of the spiritual presence of the Lord.
44. The right way to worship the Lord.
 


The Lord's journey through Samaria

45. The caravan of the robbers.
46. The confession of the robbers.
47. The transformation of the desert.
48. The Lord blesses the desert.
49. Taking the fertile colony into possession.
50. The Lord with His followers in an inn in Samaria.
51. The innkeeper asks for the Lord.
52. The miracle with the noble fishes.
53. The innkeeper recognizes the Lord.
54. The spiritual meaning of the events in the inn.
55. The splendor on the table during the morning meal.
56. The prophet school.
57. The true prophets.
58. Following the Lord.
59. The fruitful blessing in a small village in Samaria.
60. The reason why the inhabitants are blessed.
61. The complete healing of the possessed person.
62. The promise and the blessing of the Lord for the inhabitants of the mountain village.
63. The Lord with His followers in an ancient forest.
 


The Lord in Galilee

64. In the inn of the countryside.
65. The Lord makes Himself known to the innkeeper.
66. The healing of the 10 lepers.
67. Some Pharisees and scribes tempt the Lord.
68. The Lord heals the sick helper of the innkeeper.
69. The value of the temple rules.
70. The 2nd coming of the Lord.
71. The end time before the 2nd coming of the Lord.
72. The Kingdom Of God.
73. Explanation of the Lord about 'eating His flesh and drinking His blood'
74. The meaning of acting according to God's Word.
75. The nightly storm.
76. The youngest Pharisee recognizes the Lord.
77. In the damaged synagogue.
78. The spiritual darkness of the scribe.
79. The dream of the scribe.
80. The Pharisee explains the dream.
81. The 2 temple servants search for the Lord.
82. The wine miracle and its results.
83. About the tree of life and the tree of knowledge.
84. 'Adam, where are you?' - an important question.
85. The Lord speaks about His incarnation.
86. The true fear of God.
87. Practicing faith and trust.
88. The result of unceasing praying. The parable of the oppressed widow and the hard judge.
89. The condition of faith in the future.
90. The new time.
91. The gradual cleansing of sciences and technologies.
92. The wisdom of Moses and Joshua.
93. The science of correspondences.
94. The return of the Lord.
95. The midday meal.
96. The departure to Kana.
 


The Lord in Cana

97. In the inn at Kana.
98. The innkeeper and Judas Iscariot.
99. The Lord about Judas Iscariot.
100. Taking the right way to the right goal. The wrong and correct way of the development of the reason.
101. The cause of the need on Earth.
102. The task of the human soul on Earth.
103. The way mankind has to go to reach the goal.
104. The travelers before the inn.
105. The Indo-Jews report about the goal of their trip.
106. The dream of the little girl.
107. The girl recognizes the Lord.
108. The power of the spirit.
109. The true sanctification of the Sabbath.
110. The group from Persia in the inn.
111. The Lord heals the sick trade leader of the businessmen.
112. The Lord's assignment to the Persians.
113. The Lord leaves Kana.
 


The Lord in Kis at the Sea of Galilee

114. The Lord meets Philopold.
115. The country of the Indo-Jews.
116. The joyful meal with Kisjona.
117. Temple servants from Jerusalem in search of the Lord.
118. Conversation between the temple servants and the Lord.
119. The Lord calls the 3 archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael.
120. The opinion of the temple servants about the 3 archangels.
121. The Lord explains the 13th chapter of Ezekiel.
122. The temple servants receive Greek clothing.
123. Samaritans seek the Lord.
124. How difficult it is to instruct the people.
125. The importance of possessing the right knowledge about the nature.
126. The Samaritans admire the appearance of the Lord.
127. About eating different kinds of flesh and fruits.
128. The meal with Kisjona.
129. To fear and to love God.
130. Gabriel's testimony about Mary.
131. The rich fishing.
132. The Lord indicates how His teaching should be proclaimed.
133. The Lord let the Indo-Jews return to their own country.
134. The Lord relates about His temptation in the desert.
 


The Lord in Jesaira

135. The departure from Kis to Jesaira.
136. The Lord and the poor fisherman.
137. Contemplation in the evening.
138. Contacting good spirits.
139. Explanation of the Lord about the planet Mars.
140. The courageous skipper.
141. The nature of the beyond.
142. The activity of the soul.
143. The activity of the spirits.
144. The meaning of the predictions of the Lord.
145. The humility of the workers in the vineyard of the Lord.
146. The Lord visits the poor fishermen of the bay.
147. The fishermen greet the Lord.
148. Love, meekness and patience are better than justified zeal.
149. The Lord predicts the end of His time on Earth.
 


The Lord in the region of Caesarea Philippi

150. The trip from Kis to Marcus at Caesarea Philippi.
151. Marcus gives news about the successful healings in his bath resort.
152. The disciples ask the Lord about the reason of His joy over the nature.
153. The Lord and the 2 Greeks.
154. The spiritual search of the Greeks.
155. The Greeks have questions about the omniscience of the Lord.
156. The opinion of the Greeks about the only true God.
157. The teaching of the Lord about the one, only true God.
158. The Greeks recognize the Lord. Purpose and causes of sicknesses.
159. The practise of neighborly love.
160. The experiences of the Greek doctor and his testimony about the Lord.
161. The confession of the doctor.
162. The discussion between the Roman supreme judge and the Greek doctor.
163. The doubts of the judge.
164. The healing by faith of the repented judge.
165. The healed ones come to the Lord.
166. The Lord gives rules of conduct for the faithful.
167. The heavyheartedness of the Roman at the beautiful view.
168. The wish of the Roman.
169. The Roman speaks with his deceased father.
170. The Lord explains about the situation in the beyond.
171. The guidance of the human souls unto completion.
172. The Lord calls Raphael to explain the existence of the Kingdom of God.
173. The nature of the Kingdom of God.
174. The nature of Raphael.
175. The doctor finds no explanation for the nature of Raphael.
176. Existence and non-existence.
177. The counter-questions of the doctor.
178. The necessity to veil the memory.
179. The wisdom of the Lord.
180. The doctor and the disciples are grateful for the teaching.
181. The greatest obstacle for spiritual growth.
182. How to safe materialistic souls.
183. Raphael's teaching.
184. Accepting the teaching of the Lord.
185. False and true prophets.
186. The healing of the sick men from Joppe.
187. The amazement of the Greeks about the healthy meal.
188. The healed ones and their skippers.
189. The healed skipper proves the divinity of the Lord.
190. The doctor asks for the manna in the desert.
191. Raphael's teaching about the feeding of Israel in the desert.
192. The phenomenon of the mirage.
193. The reasons for the spiritual superiority of the gentiles.
194. How the Jews accept the revelations.
195. The fishermen from Joppe are invited by the Lord for the meal.
196. The Storm and its corresponding meaning.
197. The presence of the angels with men.
198. The fall of Herod's agents.
199. The rescue of the chief.
200. The chief's plans.
201. The Lord is ahead of the wish of the Herodians.
202. The conversation between the captain and the chief.
203. The wish of the captain and its fulfillment.
204. Captain Leander before the Lord.
205. The good insight and intention of the chief.
206. The deliberation of the Herodians.
207. The beautiful morning at the lake.
208. A conversation about the migratory birds.
209. The dangers of ceremonial religion and ceremonial prayer.
210. The trial of the heartless in the beyond.
211. Raphael with the Herodians.
212. Raphael repairs the damaged ship.
213. The Lord with the Herodians.
214. The guests leave to their homes.