Jesus' Precepts and Deeds through His Three Years of Teaching

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Jesus near Caesarea Philippi (cont.)

1. The true wisdom and the lively worship of God.
2. Fate of the places of Palestine.
3. The Lord with the nine drowning victims.
4. The Lord's instructions for raising the drowned from the dead.
5. Cornelius' doubts.
6. The Persians and the Pharisees arguing over the miracle. Judas Iscariot goes to catch goldfish.
7. The disloyal servant of Helena.
8. The outer rest and inner activity of the group.
9. The spies of Herod.
10. Zinka's apologia and his report on the death of John the Baptist.
11. Cyrenius' friendly answer to Zinka.
12. The capture of John the Baptist. Herod's relationship with Herodias.
13. The Templars' attempt on the life of John the Baptist.
14. Herod's order to arrest Jesus.
15. The enigmatic Roman authority of Herod.
16. The false authority of Herod.
17. The Templars' policy of state.
18. The teaching of the Galilaen prophet.
19. Zinka's opinion of the teaching of Jesus.
20. Zinka's amazement at the miracle of the table.
21. The nature of thirst for knowledge. On right singing.
22. Raphael as a singer.
23. Communication with God through the inner word in the heart.
24. The cultivation of the human heart.
25. Zinka's questions regarding Raphael and his search for the Lord.
26. Jesus raises the two drowning victims from the dead. Zinka recognizes the Lord.
27. The life history of the two girls.
28. Cyrenius recognizes his daughters. Risa and Zinka become the sons-in-law of Cyrenius.
29. Zinka's modesty.
30. Action and speech.
31. Hebram's and Risa's self-reflections.
32. An event from the time of Jesus' adolescence.
33. Cyrenius' pledge to work for the teaching of the Lord.
34. The law of "Must" and "Should"
35. The difference of the souls on earth.
36. Mental illnesses and their treatment.
37. On mental institutions and healers of the soul.
38. True justice.
39. The eternal fundamental law of brotherly love.
40. Somnambulism and its application.
41. Physical and mental cleanliness. Remote healing.
42. The Lord announces a practical example of somnambulism.
43. Citizen Zorel, whose property was burned, asks for compensation.
44. Zorel's concept of property.
45. Zorel has to hear the truth.
46. Zorel asks for permission to leave without hindrance.
47. The preparatory requirements for the somnambulant treatment.
48. Zorel's self-realization.
49. The soul of the somnambulist purifies itself.
50. The purified soul gets clad.
51. The ethereal body of the soul with its senses.
52. Zorel's soul on the path to renunciation.
53. Zorel in paradise.
54. The relationship between body, soul and mind.
55. Zorel's insight into the Creation.
56. The nature of man and his creative destiny.
57. Zorel's insight into the evolutionary processes of nature.
58. Judge not!
59. Zorel's materialistic faith.
60. Zorel's criticism of morality and education.
61. Materialistic errors.
62. On the justified protection of property.
63. Zorel's parentage and family relations.
64. Zorel's past as a slave trader.
65. Zorel's excuses.
66. Zorel's defilement of girls.
67. Cyrenius' indignation about Zorel's crimes.
68. Zorel's excuses.
69. Zorel as murderer of his mother.
70. Zorel's defense of his character traits.
71. Cyrenius' amazement about Zorel's astuteness.
72. John urges Zorel to adopt a better way of life.
73. Cognitive faculty and indulgent intention in the human being.
74. The nature of God and His incarnation.
75. Cyrenius looks after Zorel.
76. On the secret of the inner spiritual life.
77. Zorel's decision to improve.
78. The path to eternal life.
79. On poverty and brotherly love.
80. On carnal lust.
81. On right giving that is pleasing in the sight of God.
82. Humility and arrogance.
83. Education for humility.
84. Zorel's good intentions.
85. Zorel is entrusted to Cornelius.
86. Excessive and appropriate humility.
87. Cornelius and Zorel talk about miracles.
88. Different opinions on the nature of the Lord.
89. The luminous rock from the source of the Nile.
90. Soul and body.
91. The further development of poor souls in the world to come.
92. Guidance in the world to come.
93. The progress of the soul on earth and in the afterworld.
94. The development of the life of the soul.
95. The purpose of service.
96. Insight into the secrets of the Creation.
97. The right pursuit of brotherly love.
98. On monetary aid.
99. On right and wrong service.
100. The teaching of Moses and the teaching of the Lord.
101. The weed among the wheat.
102. Thoughts and their realization.
103. The development of matter.
104. Selfishness as the root of matter.
105. The emergence of the solar systems.
106. The significance and origin of the earth.
107. The origin of the moon.
108. On the hereditary evil of self-love.
109. Salvation, reincarnation and revelation.
110. Baptism. The Trinity in God and man.
111. On the Mosaic food laws.
112. A prediction about the present revelations.
113. The calling to the inner word.
114. A view into the world of nature spirits.
115. Jarah and the nature spirits.
116. The nature and activity of the nature spirits.
117. A tangle of soul substances.
118. The nature of oxygen.
119. Raphael presents how the organic beings were created.
120. Procreation in the animal and human being.
121. Reason for the revelations of the Lord.
122. The Lord reveals the inner being of Judas.
123. The rebuke of Judas.
124. On the upbringing of children.
125. The life of Judas Iscariot.
126. The consequences of wrong upbringing.
127. The fear of death.
128. The separation of the soul from the body at death.
129. The processes during the separation of the soul from the body.
130. Observations of the clairvoyant Mathael at the execution of the murderer robbers.
131. A Sadducee's criticism of Roman punishments.
132. The death of the crucified murderer robbers.
133. Composition of the souls of the murderer robbers.
134. Mathael comes to the dying father of Lazarus. The strange natural phenomenon on his way to Bethany.
135. The rabbi's attempt to resuscitate the dead body of old Lazarus.
136. The spirit of Lazarus bears witness to the Messiah.
137. The cowardly rabbi who broke his word.
138. The life story of old Lazarus.
139. The explanation for the spirit apparitions at the death of old Lazarus.
140. On foolish questions.
141. The wrath of God.
142. On the first human couple.
143. The Flood.
144. The causes of catastrophies.
145. The influence of evil on good.
146. The miraculous little medicinal plant. The nature of light and darkness, of good and evil.
147. The reasons for warmth and cold.
148. The deadly fall of the curious boy.
149. The spirit apparitions at the accident. The suicide of the Essenian who was cursed by the temple.
150. The souls of the two victims in the afterlife.
151. The Lord's explanation of the state of the victims' soul in the afterlife.
152. The different kinds of people who commit suicide and their states in the afterlife.
153. On the philosopher's stone.
154. The poisonous outer life sphere of the widow.
155. Snake venom as a remedy.
156. The spiritual processes at the death of the widow and her daughter.
157. The progression of the soul forms of the two deceased women.
158. The poison in minerals, plants, animals and human beings.
159. The poisonous nature of the two deceased women.
160. Cyrenius' concerns about the earthly system of soul development.
161. Cyrenius criticizes the Mosaic history of Creation.
162. The creation of Adam and Eve.
163. The fourfold meaning of the Mosaic history of Creation.
164. The key to understanding spiritual scriptures.
165. The true teachers of the gospel.
166. The marvelous morning.
167. On fasting and joy.
168. Simon's talk on rebukes out of self-love.
169. Simon criticises the Song of Solomon.
170. The key to understanding the Song of Solomon.
171. Simon explains some of the verses of the Song of Solomon.
172. Gaby admits his ignorance and vanity.
173. Gaby's former Pharisaic principles.
174. Simon's opinions about the Lord.
175. Simon's thoughts about the sexual nature of the Lord as a human being.
176. The individual becoming one with God. Simon's confession of his carnal weaknesses.
177. On the purpose and nature of sensuality.
178. On the nature of the angels. Heart and memory.
179. The people of Abyssinia and Nubia.
180. The Lord sends a messenger toward the Nubian caravan.
181. The Lord talks to the leader of the Nubians.
182. The leader recounts his journey to Memphis.
183. The curse of the excessive culture of the Egyptians.
184. The blessing of the primordial culture of the simple man.
185. The residence of the Nubians in Egypt.
186. The black man asks for assurance about the sojourn of the Lord.
187. The Nubians cognize the Lord.
188. On excessive humility.
189. Oubratouvishar describes his native country Nubia.
190. Oubratouvishar's treasure.
191. The black people who traveled behind.
192. On the nature of Isis and Osiris.
193. The big rock temple of Jabusimbil.
194. Oubratouvishar shows his people the personal God in Jesus.
195. The just doubts of the black people about the divinity of the Lord.
196. Oubratouvishar tries to convince his fellow countrymen of the divinity of Jesus.
197. The spiritual advantages and disadvantages of the moors.
198. The diversity of the climate and the races on earth.
199. On the slow and the fast comprehension of the teaching of the truth.
200. Raphael convinces the moors of the divinity of the Lord.
201. The moor and Oubratouvishar hand over their treasures to Cyrenius.
202. The origin of the Jabusimbil Temple, the Sphinx and the Columns of Memnon, depicted by the hieroglyphs of the first two pearls.
203. The secret of the third pearl: The seven giants and the sarcophagi.
204. Raphael explains the signs of the zodiac on the fourth pearl.
205. The division of time on the fifth pearl.
206. The secret of the sixth pearl: The depiction of the pyramids, obelisks and the Sphinx.
207. The signs of the zodiac of the seventh pearl. The decline of Egyptian culture. The history of the seven pearls.
208. The traditions of the Nubians and the traditions of the white people.
209. Cultivation of the mind and soul.
210. The purpose of the incarnation of the Lord. The moors as witnesses of the true, primordial man.
211. The mastery of the moors over the water.
212. The mastery of the moors over the animals.
213. The mastery of the moors over the plants and the elements.
214. The self-realization of the individual.
215. The outer life sphere of the human soul and the outer light sphere of the sun.
216. On the influence of the human character on domestic animals.
217. The advantages of proper cultivation of the soul.
218. The power of a perfect soul.
219. The effect of sunlight. The composition of the human eye. The soul's sight.
220. On reincarnation and the proper education of the human being.
221. On right understanding and mind reading.
222. The importance of the outer life sphere of the soul.
223. The power of the individual perfected in love.
224. On hungering for spiritual food.
225. The miraculous power of the reincarnated.
226. The relationship between soul and spirit.
227. Brain and soul.
228. The proper development of the brain.
229. Cyrenius asks for clarification of the teaching on the brain.
230. The consequences of unchastity.
231. The blessing of proper procreation.
232. The structure of the human brain.
233. The connection of the frontal lobe with the posterior brain lobe.
234. The connection between the sensory organs and the brain.
235. The unspoiled and the spoiled brain.
236. The character of the world-wise and his misfortune in the afterlife.
237. The effects of a spiritually dark brain.
238. The developmental difficulties of a worldly soul in the afterlife.
239. The influence of wrong education on the brain.
240. The brain of a world-wise person.
241. The question on the origin of sin.
242. Seemingly unjust guidance of the soul in this world and in the afterlife.
243. The nature of God. The necessary difficult trials of life on earth.
244. The self of the individual as the master of his own destiny.
245. The independent development of the human soul to becoming a child of God.
246. God's reasons for the independent perfection of a free human soul.
247. On being possessed. The slow spreading of the gospel.
248. On creating miracles at the right time.
249. The creation of signs in the spreading of the Lord's teaching.
250. Difficulties in the spreading of the pure teaching.
251. The sword as means of punishment in faithless peoples.
252. The "Father" and the "Son" in Jesus.
253. The apparitions at the baptism of the Lord. The eternal nature of the Lord.
254. The magnitude of Creation.
255. The incarnation of the Lord in our period of Creation and on our earth. The omnipresence of the spirit.
256. The outer life sphere of the soul and that of the spirit.
257. The omniscience of God.
258. The language of the animals.
259. Examples of the intelligence of animals.
260. The conversation of the Nubian versed in the animal language with Mark's donkey.
261. The expansion of the human outer life sphere.
262. The outer life light sphere of Moses and the patriarchs.
263. The reason for the explanations of the Lord.