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Lou's reply to Sigismund-brhuz

Posted by Lou Pilder on September 3, 2008, at 17:55:10

In reply to Lou's reply yo Sigismund-vlyvtheshdwvdeth Sigismund, posted by Lou Pilder on August 2, 2008, at 20:38:53

> > Lou
> >
> > It is lovely to hear you speak of this.
> >
> > Thank you
>
> Sigismund,
> You wrote,[...to hear...].
> It has been revealed to me that when one receives what I had posted that they could be in the paradise of God today, for as those that receive, a power will be given to them to become Sons of God.
> In continuing the revelation that has been revealed to me the two ate of the tree of the knowlege of good and evil. And God had said to them that if they did eat from that tree that they would die. In the revelation I saw Adam and his wife be banished from the Garden and they entered a new realm upon leaving. They entered the Valley of the Shadow of Death. They had died. Their death was a spiritual death, for they had been banished from God's companionship as they had in the Garden before they ate of the tree of the knowlege of good and evil. They could not return to the garden and the tree of life.
> Lou

Friends,
It was revealed to me with a going back in time to the beginnung where I saw Adam and Eve be banished from the garden. The Rider on the White Horse was in the midst of them. And they were in The Heart of the Earth and looked back at the entrance to the garden and a flaming sword was placed in front of thr entrance so that the way back to the garden was kept from them.
And I heard a language unknown to me that was used by them that I could understand. And I heard Adam ask the Rider what a way could be to get back to the garden. And I heard the Rider say to them, "Dust you are and dust you will return to." The two looked saddaned and then the Rider said to them, "There is a way, for your spirit can return to God, for when a seed falls to the ground and dies, it abides alone. But if it die, it can bring forth much fruit."
Lou

 

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