Jesus' Precepts and Deeds through His Three Years of Teaching

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The Lord in the region of Caesarea Philippi (cont.)

1. The suggestion of the Roman to spread the Lord's teaching as fast as possible.
2. The right way to spread the Kingdom of God for the spiritual development of man.
3. The healed Roman judge converts his friends.
4. Raphael saves Persians and Indians.
5. The Lord's trip to Gennesaret.
6. The meal with Ebal.
7. The Roman captain and his soldiers disturb the meal.
8. A wonder of the Lord disillusions the Roman.
9. The resurrection of the flesh.
10. The Philosophical questions of the captain.
11. The objections of the captain against the divinity of the Lord.
12. The continuous efforts of the Lord for the people.
13. The captain asks for an explanation about the nature of the Earth.
14. Raphael as a teacher in astronomy.
15. Raphael explains the relation of the planets to the sun.
16. The conditions for receiving wisdom.
17. Raphael explains his power.
18. The question of the captain about the killing of animals.
19. The captain asks for the purpose of the struggle in nature.
20. The most important reasons for the variety in the creation on Earth.
21. The substance of the soul and his gradual liberation from matter.
22. The composition of the human soul.
23. The decline of the pure doctrine.
24. The suggestion of the captain to unmask the false prophets.

A nota bene, given on August 11, 1862

26. They threw away the Cornerstone. Its time has come. The end of the false prophets.
27. The impossibility of more religious wars.
28. The future of the ceremonial church.
29. The future of the states of Europe and America.
30. The order of development.

The Lord in the region of Caesarea Philippi (cont.)

31. The doubts of the Lord's followers.
32. The prayer of the Lord.

The Lord in the mountain town of Pella

33. The Lord with the innkeeper in Pella.
34. The Lord in the school in Pella.
35. The evening meal in the inn.
36. The Lord and the Roman captain.
37. The healed Veronica thanks the Lord.
38. The Lord warns the rabbi.
39. The disciples and the Lord teach the inhabitants of Pella.
40. The Lord with the captain view the dawning morning on a hill.
41. The disciples search for the Lord.
42. The captain comforts the disciples.
43. Veronica's morning meal.
44. The importance of the Lord's teaching in relation to His deeds.
45. The objections of the subofficer.
46. The importance of the truth.
47. The question of the captain Pellagius about possession.
48. Two possessed men are brought to the Lord.
49. Pellagius heals a possessed person.
50. The Lord drives out 17 spirits from a possessed person.
51. The nature of the 5 spirits that were cast out first.
52. The background of the 17 spirits.
53. The Lord admonishes the leader of the spirits that were cast out.
54. The dangers of eating impure food.

The Lord in Abila

55. The trip to Abila.
56. The Lord in the house of the 10 Jewish families.
57. The testimony of the eldest about the Lord.
58. The spiritual correspondence of the renovation of the crumbled castle.
59. The castle of Melchisedech.
60. From the time of the King of Salem.
61. The evening meal in the old dining hall.
62. The noise before the house of the Jews.
63. The true celebration of the Sabbath.
64. The question how to teach the superstitious gentiles.
65. The art of teaching.
66. The mayor of Abila.
67. The captain instructs the mayor about the Lord.
68. Love and patience, the 2 greatest virtues of man.
69. The midday meal and the departure of the Lord.

The Lord in Golan

70. The arrival in Golan.
71. The Lord heals the sick woman and the 2 daughters of the innkeeper.
72. The innkeeper and his wife are surprised about the miraculous power of the Lord.
73. The nature of the Kingdom of God.
74. The innkeeper and the captain are instructed.
75. Prediction of a coming storm.
76. The nightly storm.
77. Outside after the storm.
78. The captain speaks about how one should seek God.
79. The good intentions of the neighbors.
80. The aftermath of the storm and the earthquake.
81. The words of the neighbors about the power of the Galilean.
82. The return to the inn.
83. The captain asks how he should handle the priests.
84. The importance of love.
85. The pagan priests defend their behavior on the stormy night.
86. The captain instructs the priests about the uselessness of pagan worship.
87. The priests are questioned by their colleagues.
88. The conclusion of the priest.
89. The gratitude of the priests.
90. How true disciples of the Lord should behave.

The Lord in Aphek

91. Departure to Aphek.
92. With the Roman innkeeper in Aphek.
93. The thoughts of the innkeeper concerning the Lord.
94. The Lord heals the sick in the inn.
95. The Lord explains the development process of the priest.
96. The Lord teaches about the downfall of mankind.
97. The right searching for God.
98. The Lord shows the right way to search God.
99. The priest justifies his worldly life.
100. The former revelations of the Lord to the priest.
101. The objections of the captain concerning the beauties of nature.
102. The request and the promise of the priests.
103. A miracle with a symbolic meaning for the priests.
104. The disciple Andreas speaks about the works and the words of the Lord.
105. The miraculous morning meal.
106. About the elimination of paganism.
107. Neighborly love.
108. The promise and admonition of the Lord.
109. The almightiness of the Lord and its limitations.
110. The captain asks about Hell.
111. Why outer forms have to be destroyed.
112. The reason for sicknesses.
113. How difficult it is for souls who went astray to repent in the beyond.
114. The futile attempt to educate a tyrant.
115. A prophecy of the Lord about the Last Time.
116. The spiritual environment of the Lord.
117. The citizens of Aphek admire the actual fertile environment.
118. The Lord leaves Aphek.

The Lord on the way to Bethsaida

119. Meeting the caravan from Damascus.
120. The Lord's words to the men of the caravan.
121. The Lord takes accommodation in an inn near Bethsaida.
122. The Lord reveals why the sons of the innkeeper stay away.
123. The faith and trust of the innkeeper.
124. The Lord asks about the Messiah.
125. The Lord testifies of Himself.
126. The dinner with fish.
127. The spiritual omnipresence of the Lord and the guidance of His mercy.
128. About the spreading of the Lord's teaching and about blessings.
129. The Lord explains the universe to oppose superstition.
130. Egyptian astrology and other errors.
131. The necessity of being careful in teaching.
132. The blessed landscape.
133. The second sending out of the disciples.
134. Simon Judah asks for leadership.
135. The pond of the innkeeper.
136. The innkeeper tells the guests about the changed land.
137. The guests recognize the Lord.
138. The confession of the eldest.
139. Who is my neighbor?
140. The parable of the landowner.
141. The Lord predicts His death and resurrection.

The Lord in two additional towns

142. Traveling further.
143. The Lord in the poor inn of the basalt city.
144. The fish miracle.
145. The lady innkeeper and her servants.
146. The love for people of another belief.
147. Allowing abuses and degeneration among the people.
148. The cause of the illness of the innkeeper's son.
149. The 2 strangers from Nineveh.
150. The religious situation in the country of the 2 strangers.
151. God's judgments and its consequences.
152. The result of the spreading of the gospel. The return of the Lord.
153. The question about the resurrection of the faithfull on the youngest day.
154. The Lord explains His mercy.
155. The notion of eternity.
156. The last judgment.
157. The Lord gives John and Matthew advice for their annotations.
158. The history of the basalt city and its environment.
159. What the sun actually is.
160. The Lord predicts that the strangers will be accommodated by their king.
161. The spreading of the Lord's teaching in Babylon.
162. The Lord blesses the bare region of the persisting shepherds.

Der Herr in der Stadt am Nebo

163. The Lord and the Pharisees before the city gate.
164. The wine miracle in the Roman inn.
165. The discussion about the wine miracle.
166. The release and the conversion of the Pharisees who are watched by the lions before the city gate.
167. The prediction of the Lord to Barnabas.
168. The confession of faith of the supreme judicial city officer.
169. The materialistic criticism of the supreme judicial city officer on the development of man.
170. The Lord asks the supreme judicial city officer a few questions to think about.
171. The active powers.
172. The life in the beyond. The inner spiritual sight.
173. Appearance of a spirit.
174. Experiences in the beyond.
175. Guidance in the beyond.
176. Questions about Hell and its spirits.
177. The idol images in the house of the innkeeper.
178. On the mountain Nebo.
179. The remarkable sunrise.
180. The degeneration of the Jewish teaching.
181. The house gods in the inn are destroyed.
182. The causes of physical sickness.
183. The battle of nature.
184. The purpose of the battle of nature.
185. The example of a joining of animal souls.
186. The Lord seems to favor the gentiles.
187. The love of the Lord for the Jewish people.
188. False Christs, false prophets and false wonders. Advices for the conduct of the disciples.
189. The difficulty of being a teacher.
190. The priest of Apollo inquires about the Lord.
191. The true worship of God and pagan worship.
192. The origins of idolatry.
193. The origins of Apollo worship.
194. The admonition of the Lord to love and to be patient to spread His teaching.
195. The omnipresence and almightiness of the Lord. The nature of the soul and the process of seeing.
196. An image of the spiritual development of man.
197. The ascend and descend of the angels.
198. The appearance of angels.
199. The activities of the angels.
200. Proof of Raphael's power.
201. The changed region at Mount Nebo.
202. Raphael's proof of his speed.
203. The shining stone of the sun.
204. The animal miracle of Raphael.
205. The surprised servants catch and tame the elephants.
206. The bliss of the perfected spirits.
207. The creation is inscrutable.
208. The miraculous feeding in the inn.
209. The process of digestion in the human body.
210. The most important food for man.
211. The Lord as the almighty Creator.
212. The confession of Peter and his request to explain the parable of the sower.
213. Proclaiming the gospel to all creatures.
214. The images of pulling out the eyes, cutting off the hands and the eating and drinking of the flesh and blood of the Lord.
215. How to apply the commandment of neighborly love.
216. The unfaithful steward.
217. The explanation of the parable of the unrighteous steward and the royal guest meal.
218. The parable of the weeds between the wheat.
219. The characteristics of a false prophet.
220. Performing miracles.
221. Converting through miracles.
222. Forced ripe and completely ripe souls.
223. Judas Iscariot.
224. The Lord warns against laziness.
225. About saving.
226. Morning greetings from the crane birds. About the outer life's sphere (the aura).
227. Why the birds take up water.
228. Travelling in the air.

Der Herr im Jordantal

229. The Lord with His followers in the Jordan Valley.
230. The unwilling innkeeper.
231. The Lord predicts the arrival of a caravan to the innkeeper.
232. The opinion of the innkeeper about the Jews.
233. More opinions of the innkeeper about the Jews.
234. The Lord testifies about Himself and His mission.
235. The origin of the Death Sea.
236. The origin of the Caspian Sea.
237. The innkeeper asks for the reason of the destruction of Babylon and Nineveh.
238. The plague of laziness.
239. Criticizing the food regulations of Moses.
240. Advices about nutrition. The shortcomings of the laws of the prophets.
241. The imperfections of human knowledge.
242. The tolerance of the Romans.
243. The bad intentions of the Pharisees.
244. The innkeeper criticizes the Jewish priests.