Again, God has spoken
through prophets. Will
mankind listen this time?
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Jesus and the Jews
Jesus explaining Isaiah 52:14 and 53:3
said: "Dear Boy, we are really very sorry if we have offended You in
any way, and that You now want to leave us so soon. Listen to me, dear,
Divine Boy, I now want to say quite openly a few little words to You,
and hope that You will not interpret them unkindly. Then, if I ask Your
advice, You will not shut Your mouth before us or me!"
"Speak then, although I know already what you will say and what advice
you need. But, nevertheless, speak out your mind so that the others
might hear. It is more necessary for them to hear it than it is for the
two of us.
‘Then, Joram stepped closer to Me, and said: "All
doubts have left me, and I am convinced that you are infallibly He Who
is promised to us and Whose arrival is awaited anxiously by all Jews -
as well as by other nations. And what has opened my eyes the most was
Your absolute and exact knowledge about the innermost wicked
machinations of the temple over the years.
"For it is thus - and
has been so for a very long time. That was the only reason why the
considerable country of Samaria completely separated from us, and why
we are not much better off now with Galilee than with Samaria. Of the
spirit, nothing more is left with us. It is only by enforced policy
that we keep up the weak authority of the temple.
"I was, of
course, compelled to be a partner in the pernicious discipline of the
walls of Solomon; but, although aware of the evil, I, being the only
man against it, could do nothing, since with us every effective
resolution depends on the Great Council, and there, the majority of
votes turns the fatal scale. With my single voice, I was never for it,
but always against it - on such occasions as You have disclosed before
us. And, of course, I could be of no use to the condemned persons.
understand only too clearly that the temple cannot last this way for
more than seven decades; yet, on the other hand, it is an eternal pity
that this old and venerable institution must evidently perish. That is
all the more certain now since the Essenes and the Sadducees - who are
very close to us - are beginning to get ahead of us.
the serious question arises as to what can possibly be done to preserve
the temple for the next generations. Within You, divine Boy, there
seems to be represented in all fullness and abundance, a Wisdom which,
in my opinion, might be the only source of authoritative advice.
lastly, since You already are said to be the Promised One (of which
fact, as I have said, I have no longer the least doubt), there still is
something extremely strange told about the Messiah by the prophet
"Here you have the 53rd chapter. What is written there
is precariously doubtful. It refers to the august Messiah Who is the
identical Being as Jehovah. His human nature is mentioned, and it
states that many will be vexed at Him because His form is more ugly
than that of other persons, and that his visage is more unsightly than
that of most children of men. (Is. 52, 14):
As many were astonished at him, his appearance was so marred, beyond
human semblance, and his form beyond that of the sons of men -
"And, behold, it states further:
was the most despised and the least esteemed, full of pain and
sickness. He was so despised that we hid our faces from Him; therefore,
we regarded Him not.‘ (Is.53,3)
"Truly, if I look at Your quite
perfect form - which is, moreover, very graceful - and if I also see
how appreciated You are, it surely does not agree at all with those
descriptions of the prophet. What-did he mean to say by that?"
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