The Household of God
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One of the oldest books ever written on this planet is titled “The Wars of Jehovah”, compiled by the great High Priest Enoch of ancient times before the Deluge. Surviving the Great Flood about 4,300 years ago, it became increasingly disfigured over time and eventually lost its place in the collection of biblical books. In 1840 the content of this lost ancient book was revealed to the Austrian prophet Jakob Lorber by our Lord Jesus Christ in three volumes. In a powerful prophetic language, this work deals with the main fundamental questions of all religious thought: the essence of God, the primordial creation of the spirit world, the ensuing origin of the physical world of the senses, the creation of the human race, starting with Adam and Eve about 6,000 years ago, followed by the prehistory of mankind up to the Deluge with its epicenter located at the Caspian Sea. Even before science accepted the existence of primitive man through finds of Neanderthal skulls in 1856, the New Revelation tells us that primitive man existed up to 60,000 years before Adam. But contrary to the animal-like behaviour of primitive man, Adam was the first human being endowed with a divine spirit and a completely free will, starting to cultivate the planet through development of free-will, like building cities, forming governmental political structures, mining metals and raw materials and turning them into useful tools, but also going to war with each other in a cleverly premeditated manner.
THE PRIME HISTORY OF HUMANITY
The secret of creation – The prehistoric times of the earth and the moon – The fall of man – The birth of Cahin and Ahbel – The development of Cahin’s line – Foundation of the city of Hanoch in the depths – King Hanoch’s godless government – The successors of Hanoch up to King Lamech – Prehistory of the Chinese people – Contrasts between God and man – Foundation of the first orderly church on earth – On the nature of time and eternity – On the nature of life – A promise from the Lord among others
RISE AND SPIRITUAL FLOWERING OF THE FIRST WORLD EMPIRE HANOCH
Marriage foundations by the Lord: Lamech and Ghemela will be the parents of Noah – Enoch appointed by the Lord as high priest and the Lord’s promise to him – The transfiguration of Sehel – Lamech’s conversion – building of the first temple in Hanoch – Enoch: sole high priest of this time, “there Heaven and earth flowed into one “. – King Lamech: high priest of the new temple and others
THE FIRST HIGH CULTURES – Degeneracy and sinking in the deluge
The Lord’s covenant of love with the whole earth – Scene with Satana – Hanoch’s golden age in the spiritual sense – Satana’s banishment by Enoch to the center of the earth – Adam and Eve’s death – Enoch’s removal – King Lamech’s death – Gradual moral decline at the height and in the Depth – mass immigration of men and women of heights into the huge empire of Hanoch and new moral decline – heyday of technology and civilization, great urban cultures – introduction of paganism in Hanoch – power struggles, intrigues and chaos of war throughout the empire – Mahal (brother of Noah) and his children entangled into the tragic events of the deep – beginning of the deluge, self-inflicted by the peoples of the deep – Mahal’s transfiguration and angel service in the leadership of Noah’s ark. Appendix: the pre-Noah shape of the earth, etc.
Lovingly titled, The New Revelation, consisting of about 25 volumes, dictated to Jakob Lorber between 1840 to 1864, through the inner word by our Lord Jesus Christ, explains to us the creation from the smallest subatomic particle to countless universes. What makes this work so remarkable is that the creation is explained from an integrated spiritual and physical point of view, where everything is interconnected.
This is one of my five all time favorite books. It is a patch work story of many characters' lives; by the end of the story, you see how they all intersect. Thanks for the quick delivery :-)
Great book and kept me interested the entire time. I love that the perspective is from the animal's side and what they experience that we can't see. It is about friendship and being a good family and friend to others. I love that the animals do human things.
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