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Notes on the Book of Judgement Chapter 16

Notes on the Book of Judgement Chapter 16

4. To serve thy God is to work for others, especially the sick and helpless, and not for thyself. Thy prayers and confessions to me are but the waste of thy breath. The grammar may lead some to think that praying is useless. We know better. The text could be clarified as “(If thou work not for others,) thy prayers and confessions to me are but the waste of thy breath.”

Notes on the Book of Judgement Chapter 14

Notes on the Book of Judgement Chapter 14

1. Of the foundations of the resurrections of thy God, there are two kinds; one, which dealeth with those already born, and the other, with such as are not yet born. 2. For, after thou hast purified thyself as to flesh and spirit, two conditions are open to thee, celibacy and marriage. Each person has a choice to choose either celibacy or marriage. This choice takes place after one has become purified in both flesh and spirit, or body and…

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A Record of Grades

A Record of Grades

“And the ashars shall make a record of every mortal, of the grade of his wisdom and good works; and when a mortal dieth, and his spirit is delivered to the asaphs, the record shall be delivered with him; and the asaph, receiving, shall deliver such spirit, with the record into such place in these heavens as is adapted to his grade, where he shall be put to labour and to school, according to the place of the resurrections which…

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Notes on the Book of Judgement Chapter 33

Notes on the Book of Judgement Chapter 33

The title of this chapter is “God Judgeth Against Exclusiveness.” 1. God said: Hear the judgements of thy God, O man; look thou upon all the world with the eye of a God. 2. Be thou comprehensive in judgement over all nations and peoples upon the earth. It is important that we view all of humanity with “the eye of a God” — in other words, having a godly, unprejudiced view of others.

Notes on the Book of Judgement Chapter 31

Notes on the Book of Judgement Chapter 31

The title of this chapter is “God Judgeth the Man of Promise”. 1. God said: Consider the judgements of God, O thou man of many promises. Called “man of many promises” due to the many oaths or vows humans make. (See vs 3). 2. Behold, I have heard thee say: O God, if I were rich; or, if this undertaking hold good; or, if I am spared, then will I do something handsome for the Father’s kingdom! 3. And thy…

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Notes on the Book of Judgement, Chapter 23

Notes on the Book of Judgement, Chapter 23

Title: “God Judgeth Uz, Commonly Called the World’s People” In other words, the people of the world, or worldly people. This can also include people of certain religions that belong to the Beast. “And the names of the heads of the Beast were Brahmin, Buddhist, Christian and Mohammedan. And they divided the earth, and apportioned it between themselves, choosing soldiers and standing armies for the maintenance of their earthly aggrandizement.” (Oahspe vs. 12) Jehovih has already made a distinction between…

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Walk the Talk

Walk the Talk

“Take your chosen of the congregation of your church, and make manifest whereof ye preach.” (Book of Judgement 18:3) The 18th chapter of the Book of Judgement is certainly an indictment against nominal Christianity and its leaders who can not seem to swindle enough money from their followers. Many preachers TALK about charity but do not DO charity. Their religious attire is often very expensive. That money could have helped purchase several meals for the poor and homeless. I am…

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Not Converting the World

Not Converting the World

“I am not come to captivate the ignorant and unlearned. Nor am I come to call sinners to repentance. Nor to convert the debauchee, nor to convert the profane man, nor to convert the harlot. Sufficient have been other revelations unto all these. Nor have I come to say: Behold, this is my book! And there shall be none other! But, behold, I come to found Jehovih’s kingdom on earth. I come to the wise and learned. And not to…

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Notes on the Book of Fragapatti 21:4-7

Notes on the Book of Fragapatti 21:4-7

4. To corporeans I give corporeal eyes and corporeal ears, that they might attain to wisdom on the earth; but to a few I give su’is, that they may see and hear things spiritually. 5. To the spirits of mortals who die in infancy, I give spiritual eyes and spiritual ears; but without cultivation they hear not corporeal things, nor see corporeal things. But to such spirits as have fulfilled an earth life, I created them to see and hear…

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