Jesus' Precepts and Deeds through His Three Years of Teaching

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Jesus in the region of Caesarea Philippi. (cont.) Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 16

1. The miraculous meal.
2. How miracles are performed.
3. The providence of God and man's free will.
4. Mark's new estate, a miracle by Raphael.
5. The children of the world and the children of the Lord.
6. The Lord's rules of conduct for Mark, the innkeeper.
7. On the Roman Pontifex Maximus. A criticism of the heathen priesthood in Rome.
8. The religious conditions in Rome at the time of Jesus.
9. The Lord's prediction on the destiny of Rome and Jerusalem.
10. A gospel for the female gender.
11. The Nubian's opinions on the miracle.
12. On bossiness.
13. The possibility of accomplishing greater things than the Lord accomplishes.
14. The working of miracles by the spiritual man who has committed himself to the will of God.
15. The Lord comforts the Nubians who are not called to the state of being a child of God.
16. The deputation from Caesarea before Cyrenius.
17. The wise legislation in Mathael's kingdom at the Pontus.
18. The legal dispute of Cyrenius and Roklus.
19. The actual intention of Roklus and his companions.
20. Roklus visits the miraculous building.
21. Roklus' creed of denying God.
22. Roklus proves his atheism.
23. Roklus' opinions on gods and priests.
24. Roklus tries to substantiate his atheism as the true world view.
25. Roklus' nature, illuminated by the Lord.
26. Cyrenius' friendly response to Roklus. The reasons for the decline of the priesthood.
27. The artificial sanctuary in the temple of Jerusalem. Abominable Indian penance.
28. The state of affairs of the Indian priests.
29. The residence of the Lama's high priest.
30. Roklus critizes the Indian and the Jewish religious teaching.
31. Roklus praises godlessness and inexistence.
32. Roklus' philosophy of nature.
33. The God of the philosophers of nature.
34. Roklus compares the deeds of man with those of God.
35. Roklus points at the heart as the seat of the true godhood.
36. Roklus is referred to Raphael.
37. Raphael describes the nature of God.
38. Purpose of the works of penance in India.
39. The dangers of advanced scientific education.
40. Emergence of slavery.
41. The egotistical housekeeping of the ancient Egyptians and its poor state.
42. The governmental order of the ancient Indians.
43. The religious union of India and China.
44. Roklus recounts the wizardries of an Indian magician.
45. Roklus explains the wizardries of an Indian magician.
46. Priesthood as an enemy of the light.
47. The fruits of the night and the fruits of the spiritual light.
48. Roklus defends the Essenian way of life and its false miracles.
49. The difference between the wisdom of life and deceit.
50. The dangers of the false miracles of the Essenian order.
51. The true and the false miracle workers.
52. Roklus' doubts about the power of Raphael.
53. Roklus justifies the formation of the Essenian order.
54. Roklus' experiences with and opinions on the Nazarene.
55. Raphael's miracle work requested by Roklus.
56. The speculations of the Essenes on the person of Raphael.
57. Roklus' speech on the importance of an educated mind.
58. The influence of love on the mind.
59. Raphael reveals Roklus' innermost thoughts about the Lord.
60. On the nature of love.
61. The re-cognitional power of love. The inadequacy of mind and reason.
62. Love and its light of cognition.
63. Roklus and his companions confer with each other.
64. Ruban speaks in favor of the Lord in front of his companions.
65. Ruban's address to the Lord.
66. The Lord's advice and speech to the Essenes.
67. Roklus tries to justify his untruthfulness before the Lord.
68. The priesthood as the strongest hindrance to the spreading of the Lord's teaching.
69. The true path of life.
70. The nature of Satan and of matter.
71. The afterlife fate of the soul that has become materialistic.
72. The explanation of the word S HE OU LA (hell). On clairvoyance.
73. How to love God above all. The true work of man that is pleasing to God.
74. Questions on illnesses and their cure.
75. Pain, illness and death.
76. The freedom of the human will.
77. On right and wrong enthusiasm.
78. The development of free will. The disadvantages of excessive zeal.
79. Intimations of the Lord on His last supper and His death by crucifixion.
80. Raphael as a big eater.
81. Raphael's person and nature as contrasted with earthly human beings.
82. Raphael's performance of miracles.
83. Perfection of life and miraculous power through love of God and brother. True and false prophets.
84. The meaning of being a child of God on this earth.
85. Transitions in the realm of the nature spirits.
86. On the nature of the diamond and the ruby
87. On the gold and gemstone jewelry of the rulers.
88. Faith and reason.
89. The dangers of gold.
90. Man's primary duty: to become a perfect image of God.
91. For everything, there is a time.
92. The Pharisees' offense and anger over the joyful meal of the Lord.
93. Roklus' stern lecture to the Pharisees.
94. Raphael explains the terms "Satan" and "Devil" to Roklus.
95. Roklus' objections.
96. The demons and their influence.
97. The free will of man. The assistance of divine grace.
98. The self-determination of the soul.
99. Floran admonishes the Pharisees for their loveless criticism of the Lord.
100. The blessing of the Roman reign for the Jewish people.
101. Roklus and Floran in conversation about Stahar.
102. Roklus shines a light on Pharisaism.
103. Roklus gets upset about Stahar's spiritual blindness.
104. Stahar's confession and experiences of life.
105. The unfathomable ways of destiny. Stahar's reasons for the doubts he expressed to the Lord.
106. The angels' limited comprehension of the thinking of the Lord.
107. The Lord's prediction for the future: The Migration Period.
108. The age of technology.
109. On the self-judgment of man.
110. The future affliction of the earth. The secure feeling of the children of God.
111. The end of earthly matter.
112. The future transformation of the material worlds into spiritual children of God and creatures of God.
113. The people of the star worlds and being a child of God.
114. The great man of creation and the earth.
115. Nature and content of a shell globe.
116. The imperfection of human insight. The consolation in divine love.
117. The realization of Jesus' godhood as a prerequisite to the true love of God.
118. Golden rules for the spreading of the gospel.
119. The difference between a true and a false guide.
120. The future of the Lord's teaching and maintaining its purity.
121. Without a doer of the Word - no knower of the Word!
122. The importance of Christianity in action.
123. Wisdom as the effect of practiced love.
124. Knowing it all without implementing it in life.
125. The need for introspection.
126. Brotherly love as a regulator of thrift.
127. Love as the truest praise of God. The Lord's parables of the earth and of cultivation.
128. The spiritual meaning of the two parables.
129. The spiritual maturity of the reapers of the Lord.
130. Teaching hints of the Lord for the spreading of the gospel.
131. Acting according to the teaching and God's promises. On ceremonial service.
132. The salvation from the yoke of ceremonial service and the law.
133. The relationship of the children of God with the political laws of the state.
134. Basics of raising children.
135. The embarrassment of the institute of the Essenes.
136. The prohibiton of the fraudulent Essenian resurrection of the dead.
137. The principles of the reformed Essenian institute.
138. Roklus' attempt to justify white lies.
139. The rightful use of common sense and prudence.
140. Concealed truths and concealed lies. False prophets and their miracles.
141. Humility and brotherly love. Roklus and his companions are embarrassed.
142. Roklus' suggestions for reforming the Essenian institute.
143. The Lord's advice to Roklus.
144. The future relationship between the Essenes and the priesthood.
145. The Pharisees accuse the Lord before Cyrenius of being a public incendiary.
146. The unmasking of the false accusers.
147. The argument with the Pharisees.
148. The confession of the Pharisee.
149. Cyrenius' testimony for the Lord.
150. The stupidity and blindness of the Pharisees.
151. The temple morals of the Pharisee. The miracles of Moses in view of the Pharisees.
152. Further explanations of Old Testament miracles.
153. The Pharisee's philosophy of nature.
154. Cyrenius' reference to the miracles of the Lord.
155. The instruction of the Pharisees through a wine miracle.
156. The Pharisee's doubt concerning the existence of God.
157. The earth, a training school for children of God.
158. Affliction as a means of education.
159. The right and wrong kind of worldly activity.
160. The egotistic striver for reincarnation.
161. The impression of the miracle works of the Lord on the Pharisees.
162. Cyrenius reveals the Pharisees' opinions on the miracle works of the Lord.
163. The materialistic faith of the Pharisees' leader.
164. The religious philosophy of the Pharisee.
165. Mark's speech on faith and disbelief.
166. The Pharisees' conversion.
167. The Lord's parting hour at Mark's house.
168. On greed and thrift.
169. A promise for people seeking help. The Lord's farewell from the house of Mark.
170. Peter's blind enthusiasm and concern for the Lord
171. The nature of Satan and matter. Gospel of Matthew 16:24-28.
172. The Lord with His disciples in the fishing village near Caesarea.
173. The stoicism of the inhabitants of the little fishing village.
174. The miracle-working faith.
175. The stoic world view of the fisherman Aziona.
176. John reveals the life of Aziona.
177. The true, living faith.
178. The path to the true faith.
179. Hiram's dream.
180. The soul's sight during the dream.
181. Hiram's stoic, naturalistic world view.
182. The creative power of the human soul in the dream.
183. Hiram's magical experiences.
184. The pre-existence and post-existence of the human soul.
185. Hiram's reservations about the eternal continued existence of man.
186. Infinity, eternity and bliss.
187. Three objections against the continuation of life after death.
188. The necessary diversity of beings and conditions on earth.
189. The question on the Messiah.
190. John is afraid of Hiram's sagacity.
191. John's fire miracle.
192. The wonderful supper.
193. The approaching ship with the bailiffs.
194. The court over the bailiffs.
195. The bailiffs' life story.
196. Judas' greed for money. The advantages of sleeping on resting chairs.
197. The prehistory of man.
198. The prehistory of the creatures of the earth.
199. The diversity of the worlds.
200. The difference between the people of this earth and those of the other worlds.
201. A view into Saturn.
202. The question on the Messiah.
203. Hiram's notion of the Messiah.
204. Messiah and salvation.
205. The explanation of the term "Messiah"
206. Hiram's testimony on the Lord.
207. The collection and salvage of flotsam. The curiosity of the villagers.
208. The preparations for the morning meal.
209. Aziona and Hiram in conversation with their neighbors.
210. Epiphan, the philosopher.
211. Man as an immortal being.
212. Epiphan's doubts and questions.
213. The necessity of the true, clear faith.
214. Gullible faith and superstition.
215. The mission of the Lord. Epiphan's doubts concerning the people's understanding of the teaching of the Lord.
216. On the miraculous power of the Word. Teaching is better than working signs.
217. The miraculous transformation of the scenery. Free will and being merged into the will of God.
218. Importance of peace of mind.
219. Epiphan's courage.
220. The purpose of the crucifixion of the Lord.
221. Epiphan's suggestions to avoid the death of the Lord.
222. The disciples' amazement about the changed scenery. On fasting.
223. Ships of hostile scouts in sight. The storm as defense.
224. Aziona's question regarding the life of the soul after death.
225. Children of God (from above) and children of the world
226. The life of worldly people in the afterlife.
227. The voidness of a power without resistance.
228. The counterpole of God.
229. The two poles of existence.
230. The path to salvation.
231. The question on the salvation of the ignorant.
232. Guidance in the afterlife and reincarnation.
233. The dissolution and emergence of the material creations.

Jesus in the region of Capernaum. Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 17

234. The transfiguration of the Lord on Mount Tabor.
235. The Lord in conversation with Moses and Elijah.
236. The three disciples conversing with beings of the beyond. The spirit of God in man as a guide to all truth.
237. The incarnations of John the Baptist.
238. The resurrection of the flesh.
239. The blessing of moderation. The preparation of the meat of impure animals.
240. The healing of a possessed boy. Gospel of Matthew 17:14-21.
241. The Lord's sojourn in Jesaira and stop at Peter's fishing lodge near Capernaum.
242. The Lord talks about His imminent suffering.
243. Peter and the tax collector.

The Lord in the house of Simon Peter. Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 18

244. On the greatest in heaven. On annoyances.
245. The explanation of the parables of the annoyances.
246. The children as role models for the disciples. God and man in the Lord.
247. The mystery of Calvary.
248. On forgiveness.
249. The parable of the wicked servant. Gospel of Matthew 18:23-35.
250. The necessity of worldly courts. The origin of crime and its prevention.
251. A locust infestation.

Beyond the Jordan at the Sea of Galilee. Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 19

252. The passage of the Lord and His followers to the opposite lakeshore.
253. The healing of the blind-born youth and other sick people.
254. The Lord and His followers in the house of the Greek innkeeper. Truth liberates.
255. The prohibition of divorce.
256. Exceptional cases in marital matters.
257. The Lord blesses the children.
258. The wealthy youth.
259. The disciples' question regarding the heavenly reward.
260. The Lord and His followers visit a village in the mountains.
261. In the house of the village head. The miracle wine.
262. The healing of the host's crippled daughter.
263. Barnabe recalls the twelve-year-old Jesus in the temple.
264. The observance of the Sabbath.
265. The testimony of the cured Elisa for the Lord. The transformation of the gateways to the mountain village.
266. The spiritual vision.
267. The correspondences between matter and mind.
268. The healing of the man who was bitten by a venomous snake. The miracle wine.
269. On the right path and the right salt.
270. The salt rock. The wonderful and blessed evening meal.
271. On modesty, gentleness and humility. The golden middle path.
272. The prophets' language of correspondences.
273. Judas Iscariot's greed for money.
274. On the Essenes and their miracles.
275. A view into the starry sky.
276. The Lord's farewell from the mountain village.