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Jakob Lorber - Gospel of John - Book21

Jakob Lorber - Gospel of John - Book21

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LET YOURSELF BE INSTRUCTED
BY JESUS CHRIST HIMSELF
Very few people know that from 1851 to 1864 Jesus
gave a much more complete story of the events that
happened during His last 3 years before His crucifixion.
A much more complete gospel than what we can find in
the Bible. This was revealed by Jesus Christ Himself to
a man He choose, namely the Austrian Jakob Lorber who
dedicated the last 24 years of his life in the service of our
Lord by writing down what He dictated to him through
the inner word. He heard the words very clearly in the
region of his heart and wrote them faithfully down.
LET YOURSELF BE INSTRUCTED
BY JESUS CHRIST HIMSELF
Very few people know that from 1851 to 1864 Jesus
gave a much more complete story of the events that
happened during His last 3 years before His crucifixion.
A much more complete gospel than what we can find in
the Bible. This was revealed by Jesus Christ Himself to
a man He choose, namely the Austrian Jakob Lorber who
dedicated the last 24 years of his life in the service of our
Lord by writing down what He dictated to him through
the inner word. He heard the words very clearly in the
region of his heart and wrote them faithfully down.

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IN AN INN IN SAMARIA

HAT same day we came into the city of Samaria and took

up accommodation there in a more remote inn. When we

entered the inn, immediately the innkeeper came friendly

to us, because he was hoping to earn something from us. As the

disciples did not eat or drink since the morning, they were already

very hungry and thirsty, which I surely knew, although they did not

grumble secretly among themselves this time, as was often the case

at such occasions.

[2] And therefore, I Myself asked the innkeeper immediately:

“Friend, we have made already a very long trip today and did not

take anything since this early morning, for no inn could be found

along the whole way, and thus we are hungry and thirsty. What can

you quickly give us to eat and to drink?”

[3] The innkeeper said: “You are close to 40 people. Therefore,

an equal amount of fishes and breads, and also an equal amount of

cups of wine will certainly not be too much.”

[4] I said: “Just let prepare twice as much of fishes, because your

fishes are of a small kind, and then 2 for each one is not too much.

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But take care to prepare them quickly and well. And in the mean

time give us wine, bread and salt.”

[5] Being a bit embarrassed the innkeeper said: “Yes, my dear

and valued lords, everything would be fine if I only had in store

what you want. It will be somewhat difficult with the fishes and

also with the bread because I do not have that much in store

since my inn is generally only scarcely visited because of the

unfavorable remote location. But I can serve you properly with

wine. In short, whatever there is, you will also receive, but more

than that, even God cannot desire from man.”

[6] I said: “Although you have said this very nicely, however, you

are better off with your fishes than you have said here. But you are

secretly a little worried that we finally will not be able to pay for

those 80 fishes, and that is why you pretend to have a smaller

provision. Yes, you are indeed a bit short of bread today, but not of

fishes. So be not worried and let quickly the number of fishes that

are desired be prepared, and bring us bread and wine.”

[7] On this, the innkeeper left quickly, started all the work and

ordered his servants to bring immediately bread, wine and light to

the guestroom, for it was already late in the evening, and darkness

dominated the room. When the guestroom was illuminated, the

innkeeper came again to us and assured us that we will be

excellently served within ½ hour. At the same time he looked very

carefully at us and did actually not know what he had to think

about us, because some of us were wearing Greek clothing, some

Jewish and some, like Me, Galilean clothing.

[8] When his curiosity became too much, the innkeeper turned

very politely to one of the disciples who was closest to him,

namely Thomas, and said: “Friend, allow me to ask you a

question.”

[9] Thomas said: “There at the head of the table is the Lord.

Ask your question to Him. He will give you the best answer.

We all are His disciples and servants of His will.”

[10] Then the innkeeper came to Me and said: “Lord, forgive me

my liberty and to some extend my intrusion. I so gladly would like

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to know which country’s children you are. According to your

clothing you are Judeans, Galileans and also Greeks. What is your

profession? You are certainly not businessmen, because you are

carrying no merchandise, nor do you seem to be artists or

magicians, because you look too honest for that. And how could

you know that I was more provided with fishes than with bread?

In short, your appearance here in my remote and always only

seldom-visited inn seems a little peculiar to me. Forgive me if I

speak to you more openly than usual.”

[11] I said: “Look, curious innkeeper, after we will have

strengthened ourselves with the bread, the wine and the fishes, I

surely will tell you from which country we are. But do you take

care that the evening meal will quickly be prepared and bring some

more wine and bread, because we already finished the first very

moderate quantity that you gave.”

[12] When the innkeeper heard that from Me, he left immediately

and brought sufficient bread and wine.

[13] I said to him: “Now look, it seems that you are now also

better off with the bread than before. Also this bread seems bigger

and better to Me than what you have served us at first. What is

actually the reason?”

[14] Nota bene: I surely knew the reason. I only asked the

innkeeper so that he would examine himself.

[15] On My question the innkeeper was very surprised and he did

not know what he had to answer Me on this. He tasted the bread

that seemed strange to him and in his opinion the taste was

extremely good.

[16] Only after a while the innkeeper said: “Strange, because

otherwise I always know what is and what happens in my house,

but from where my wife has secretly obtained this true king’s

bread, I truly do not know. But it is really very wonderful that my

bread storeroom is now completely filled with this kind of loafs

of bread. But no matter how, I am glad that I am provided in the

best way with bread again for certainly several days. But I have to

find out with my wife to know from where this bread has been

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obtained and who paid for it, and for which amount. For this kind

of true king’s bread is expensive, and 1 loaf of bread could well

cost 4 coins.”

[17] Then he called his wife and asked her from where the bread

came of which his bread storeroom was now suddenly completely

filled and how expensive it was.

[18] The wife tasted the bread also, was even more surprised than

the innkeeper before and swore by her faithfulness that also she did

not know in the least from where the bread had come.

[19] Then they also asked several servants if they knew from

where the many good breads had come into the bread storeroom.

But they also swore that they did not know anything about it.

[20] Then I said to the innkeeper: “Why do you keep asking for it?

Be glad that your storeroom is full of bread, and take care that the

ordered fishes will quickly come on the table. Many mysteries can

maybe be solved later.”

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