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those who may wonder if  God does  exist ?........

and  if God  does exist,  can we today ask Him for the same gifts as the prophets  of old in the ancient Scriptures, and  receive a verifiable answer from His holy spirit world?  

 

   Many of us in life often ask the same questions: 

     1  Why am I here?  and Why was I born?                                                              

     2  Do I have a Purpose in this Life? ,                          

      Can God help me in my time on Earth, and how to hear from Him?           

     4  Do I truly have a Heavenly angel guard assigned at my birth?                             

     What can I do today to listen to the Heavenly guides?

     6  How accurate are the Scriptures, the Bible, today? How can I know?

   7  Which quiet voice in my mind is the True Voice ?    

                          

 How can we guarantee to speak with ONLY God's Heavenly spirits ?

(Happily, John says it CLEARLY in 1st John 4: 1-6..."The DISCERNMENT OF SPIRITS")

 

                           

BY THE AUTHOR ...INTRODUCTION (Book -

 "Communication With the Spirit World of God,
  It's Laws and Purpose" by Johannes Greber)

"But these people scoff at anything they do not understand"
                                                 Jude I :10.

"IS there for man a conscious existence after death? Is there
 a Beyond? Is there a world of spirits, into which the souls of 
our departed are received after leaving the body? And if these
things are so, how shall we picture existence in that other 
world? What fate is in store for us there?

"Or does everything come to an end within the cemetery
walls? When we bury the body there, do we inter the spirit also.
and is nothing left of man. of all his hopes and fears, of all his
struggles and cares, of all his joys and sorrows, of all his good
deeds and bad, but a skull and a handful of ashes?

"Again and again, these questions assail us. in the silent hours
of deadly sickness they bear heavily upon the human heart. At
every death-bed at which we stand, behind every coffin which
we follow. they wring our innermost soul. They arise from the
mound above each grave. and are cut deeply upon every tomb-
stone.

"Who will solve for us the great problem of the Beyond? To
whom shall we carry our doubts, in order that we may learn 
the real truth? Shall we seek it of the various creeds
 and their ministers?
 "True enough, they teach us to believe in a hereafter and
in the survival of the soul of man. but they sadly weaken 
the force of their own teachings by denying, as regards
the souls of animals. what they claim for the soul of man. 
For if there is no hereafter for the brute creation, what 
particular reason have we for believing in one for the 
human race? Is not the life-history of both the identical
one? Both are conceived and born in the same way. 

"To both are allotted pleasure and pain. to both a
sense of right and wrong. and one dies as does the other. These
very facts are confirmed by the Bible in the words: "For man's
fate is a beast's fate, one fate befalls them both; as the one dies
so the other dies; the same breath is in them all; man is no better
than a beast. for both are vanity, both are bound for the same end;
both sprang from the dust, and to the dust they both return. Who
can tell if the spirit of man goes upward, while the spirit of a beast
goes down into the earth?" (Ecclesiastes 3 : 19-21.)

"Moreover, as regards the most important questions of religion
our various Churches hold conflicting views. It is therefore, idle
to look to them for a conclusive answer. Man, being fallible, is
at the best a dubious guide in these matters.

"To reach the truth concerning them there is but one way: if
there is a Beyond, peopled by a world of spirits, conclusive proof
is forthcoming only, if those spirits will visit and enlighten us, for
they alone are able to tell us the truth about the great questions
relating to an after-life. So long as this gap between the spirit 
world and our own remains unbridged, so long shall we
remain in the darkness of uncertainty and endure the 
pangs of  gnawing doubt.

"But today. people laugh at those who speak merely of the
 bare possibility of establishing communication between 
the world of men and that of spirits; laugh and ridicule, 
just as people have always ridiculed any views that 
conflicted with  the popular beliefs of their time.

"When Galilei taught that the earth revolves and the sun 
stands still, his contemporaries regarded him as mentally unsound. 
The Church looked upon him as a heretic and excommunicated him.
He was thrown into prison, and could rid himself of his sufferings
and persecution only by retracting what he had proclaimed.

"When the first telephone was exhibited at the Academy of
Sciences in Paris. one of the most eminent professors of that 
 institution called the whole thing a hoax, carried out by means of
ventriloquy.

"The same thing has happened to the apostles of every other
new truth. Their contemporaries have ridiculed, insulted, burned
or crucified them.

"So today the world laughs at those who seek to prove to man:
kind that there is a spirit-world, not barred to mankind, with
which we can communicate if we go about it in the right way and
if we observe the necessary requirements. For there are laws
governing the spirit~world as immutable as any in force in the
world of matter.

"The art of communicating between men and the spirit world
has received the name of "spiritism." Today this word is in poor
repute with the masses, although very few persons really know
what it means. Spiritism is regarded as an absurd vagary of ill-
balanced minds. People speak of  “those spiritistic fools" with a
sneer.    "But these people scoff at anything they do not under;
stand." (Jude I : 10.)

"In this battle against spiritism, the churches are fighting in
the front rank. Their attitude is indeed difficult to explain. for
those self-same churches assure us that they have received the
revelations of their religions through communication with the
spirit world. Judaism and Christianity are based upon the 
testimony of the Old and the New Testaments and hence rest entirely
upon spiritism, for of all spiritist works the greatest
 is the Bible, the larger part of whose contents
hinges upon messages sent hither from the Beyond.
At every turn in the Scriptures we read of some 
communication between the world of spirits, and
 our own.

"The churches are therefore in no position to deny
the possibility  of communicating with the
spirit-world, unless they are prepared to saw off 
the limb upon which  they themselves are seated.

"Yet they try to defend their war on spiritism by 
asserting that attempts to communicate with the
spirit world are forbidden by the Bible, citing 
the injunction: “Ye shall not question the dead."

"Just what does the Bible mean by "questioning 
the dead"? 
When the Bible speaks of the  dead", it refers, 
not to those spirits which have become separated 
from the body by the death of the flesh, but to the spiritually dead.

 “Death", according to the Scriptures, is the separation
of the spirit from God. The "dead" therefore are those who have been 
separated from God because of their unbelief and by defection. 
 They are the spirits of darkness. The “kingdom of the dead" 
is the kingdom of Lucifer, the realm of the enemies of God, 
the realm of lies and woe.

"According to the Scriptures there is a kingdom
of the "dead" and a kingdom of the “living",
it is within our power to communicate with
spirits in either of these kingdoms, who have
passed into the  Beyond. We can seek counsel 
of the spiritually dead in which case we would 
be consulting evil spirits,  or, as the Bible 
terms it, "questioning the dead”, Or else,
we may turn to the living in the Beyond, 
which would be seeking counsel from the world of 
good spirits, or, to quote the Scriptures once 
more:"Inquiring of God."

"To seek counsel from the "dead" or from the
world of the apostate spirits would be the greatest 
possible affront to God. It would be idolatry, 
which consists of communicating with evil spirits.

"The necromancers of old were generally recognized as
being, knowingly and deliberately, in communication
with the Powers of Darkness, - the Demons. Hence 
God's stringent command voiced in the old Testament, 
to root out the necromancers from among the people.

"There is therefore only one, clearly defined, kind of  
Communication with spirits which the Scriptures forbid, 
namely: communication  with evil spirits. On the other
hand  it is the duty of mankind to seek to establish 
communion with God and with the world of good spirits.
“When they tell you to consult mediums and ghosts that
cheep and gibber in low murmurs, ask them if people 
should not rather  consult their God. Say. Why consult 
the dead on behalf of the living?
 Consult the message and the counsel of God!"
(Isaiah 8 : I9)  “Ask me about things to come . .” (Isaiah
45 : II.)

"The invitation to “inquire of God" was joyfully accepted by
the faithful of all ages. Among the Israelites it was a matter of
daily occurrence. "And it came to pass, that everyone which
would inquire of the Lord went out into the tabernacle of the
congregation. . (Exodus 33:7.)

"God gave his answer in an endless variety of ways. His spirit~
messengers stood in constant touch with the faithful. Throughout 
the New Testament we find references to them.

"If, therefore, we, as faithful servants of God, or, 
at  any rate, as honest seekers after the truth, try
to get  into touch with the world of good spirits we
are committing no sin. but rather, obeying  one of 
God's Commandments: an important commandment, for only
through  contact with the world of good spirits can 
we arrive at the truth. There is no other way.

"For this reason, nowhere in the entire Scriptures is
the seeker after the truth told to go for guidance to
his fellowmen, but always  to God and His spirits. 
This holds good also for the New Testament. At the 
time of His  departure from the earth, there were many
things which Christ still wanted to tell his followers
and which the latter had as yet not understood. 
These matters were to be  more fully explained thereafter, 
not by any human agency, but through spirits whom 
the Father would send  as messengers of the truth, 
 (Hebrews 1:14)  whose participation 
would be visible to the human eye, "Truly, truly, I tell you 
all, you shall see heaven open wide and God's messengers 
ascending and descending upon the Son of man." (John I :51.)

"This ascent and descent of the angels was witnessed by the
early Christians at their gatherings, whence the exhortation of the
Apostle Paul to all Christians: "Therefore you in your endeavor
to communicate with the spirits should seek to reach the greatest
possible number of different spirits of God." (1st Corinthians.
 14: 12.

"It is fundamental for the religious life of mankind that the truth
about the great questions of life and the hereafter be sought not
of men or in their interpretations, but by direct communication with
God's spirit-realm. which is the source of all truth. So God teaches
us in the Old Testament, and Christ in the New. So, also. we
are taught by the Apostles. and these precepts were obeyed by
God's people before the birth of Christ and by the Christians of
the early centuries of the present era.

"As time went on. this fundamental doctrine was ignored.
Erring men usurped God's place and that of His spirit messengers
 as prophets of the truth. To use the words of the Apostle
Paul, the preaching of the gospel became a “trade". Religion was
imparted by human teachers, just like any mundane knowledge.
And so it has remained down to the present day.

"The spiritual leaders of the people became absolute masters in
all matters pertaining to religion, and in this way accumulated
ever increasing temporal power. Constantly more numerous grew
the man-made ordinances laid upon the shoulders of believers in
the name of religion. The one -time liberty of God's children was
converted into religious serfdom. Whoever rebelled, and tried to
live according to his own convictions was punished with death.
In the name of religion, the blood of millions has flowed.

"The old first-hand texts of the New Testament disappeared.
and were succeeded by copies that differed in many essentials from
their originals. Willful  forgery was resorted to in order to lend
the authority of the Bible to the man-made opinions and strictures
that in the course of time crept into being. It was a repetition of
that state of things of which God complained so bitterly in the
Old Testament, through his prophets: “How do you say: We are
wise, and the law of the Lord is with us? Lo, the pen of the falsifying
copyists has converted it into lie. The wise men are
ashamed, they are dismayed and taken: lo, they have rejected the
word of the Lord, and what wisdom is in them?'(Jeremiah 8 :8 '9.)

"Modern research has disclosed the fact that these forgeries
extended like a devastating plague to all of the ancient documents.
The Bible, the Church Fathers, the writings of Jewish and pagan
authors. all of them were altered. to support the religious doctrines
which happened to be current at the time.

"Naturally, this was done out of sight of the common people,
who accepted unquestioningly the so-called "religious revelations"
and interpretations offered to them by their spiritual leaders, and
bequeathed them to their children and their children's children.
And so it goes to the present day. Religion is a legacy which
each of us has inherited from his parents and his teachers, without 
stopping to use his own judgment as to its truth or 
lack  of truth, which, it might be added, is rather
beyond the mental capacity of the greater portion 
of mankind. For this reason, most of us who today 
are Christians would have been equally zealous
followers of the Jewish  or Mohammedan faith, if 
our parents had been Hebrews or Mussulmen.

"This was not so in the days when men were in 
communication with the world of good spirits. Then 
they  could ask: “What is the truth?', and received 
an answer.
 It was for this reason that Paul exhorted the early 
Christians to seek counsel of God. if their views on any 
point differed from his own. “And if in any matter
your belief should differ, that also God will make clear
 to you."(Philippians 3 : 15.)

"So plain an indication as to the only way by which to arrive
at the truth, as that conveyed in the foregoing passage by the
greatest of Christ's apostles could never have been given a few
centuries later. Whoever disbelieved the doctrines taught by the
Church, or whoever tried to arrive at the truth by a direct appeal
to God. after the custom of the old Israelites or the early Christians,
 fell under the ban of the Church and not infrequently perished
at the stake. It is true that the unorthodox are no longer
consigned to the flames. because today the Church has lost the
power to send them there. but the ban remains, and would fall
upon the greatest of the early Church Fathers if they were alive
today and taught those doctrines which in their time they preached
to Christian folk.

"The path that led to God's world of spirits has been blocked,
and with it the road leading to the truth. Man-made doctrines and
rules have been used to erect religious structures into which man-
kind is invited to enter. Hundreds of creeds claim to be the dispensers
of truth, the first destroying what the second adores, and
the third proclaiming as the Simon-pure truth what the fourth 
condemns as abominable heresy.

"From these fetters of error mankind can be freed only, if God
will send us His spirits as heralds of the truth, as He did in the
earlier millenniums.

"It is not the "dead" nor the "Kingdom of Darkness" nor fallible
men to whom we must turn, but to God. He is the 
same God today that He was then. Before Him, 
we are  all alike. He loves the people of 
today as dearly as He loved those of the ages
which are gone. And as then He revealed himself 
to mankind through His messengers, so will 
He today.

"It is to be expected that the churches will
do their  utmost to obstruct this road to 
the truth. This they must, since they will
be fighting for their  very existence. 
They consider themselves as the
only disseminators of truth. Every one of them has
 its Pope,whether or not he wears a tiara. Any doctrine which includes
in its tenets instruction through God's messengers will be looked
upon as destructive competition, endangering the integrity of the
church, since it is to be feared that the revelations so made will
not harmonize with the tenets held by the churches.

"Obviously, there can be only one single truth. Either this is
in the possession of one of the many creeds, in which case all
other creeds are in error. or else, the truth is not to be found in
any of them. When all is said, the words from Goethe's Faust:
“In gaudy pictures there is little clearness, a wealth of error and
a grain of truth," apply to all religions without exception.

"For twenty-five years I was a Catholic priest. I believed that
mine was the true religion; was it not, indeed, the faith of my
parents, my teachers and my spiritual superiors? Even if the
proofs of its verity did not completely convince me, I had no reason
for refusing to accept that which was accepted by all of my 
Co-religionists. Furthermore, any voluntary doubt as to the truth of
the tenets of my church would have been mortal sin.

"Of the possibility of communicating with the land of spirits
I knew nothing. My acquaintance with spiritism was confined to
casual readings about it in the daily papers. I regarded it as a
swindle or as self-deception.

"Then came a day on which I took, involuntarily, my first step
in the direction of coming into contact with the spirit-world, and
underwent experiences that stirred me to the bottom of my soul.

"Once this step had been taken. I could not. durst not, stop.
I was compelled to go on in my search for enlightenment. Cautiously 
I advanced, keeping in mind the words of St. Paul:
 “Proveall things: hold fast to that which is good."
 (1st Thessalonians 5: 21.)

"It was only "that which is good," that I wanted.
I was seeking the truth. ready to accept it. whatever
the cost.  I knew that God does not desert the 
upright, unselfish seeker, and that, as Christ says,
He will not give a stone to those who humbly ask
for bread.

"I was not unaware of the serious consequences
that I was incurring by my action. My position as
an ordained minister, my entire material existence, 
my worldly future would be wrecked, were I to 
persist.  I knew that insults, persecution and 
suffering without end would  be my lot.

"This price I was willing to pay.


"On the new road which I had taken. I found the truth.
 It brought me inward freedom and happiness. The outward troubles
that I suffered in consequence and that persist until today, fail to
disturb the inward peace that I have won.

"It is the purpose of this book to describe the path which brought
me into communication with the world of spirits and laid the truth
open to me. The book has been written in a spirit of love for my
fellow-men, regardless of their creed or outlook on life.

"It is intended for all seekers after the truth, as a guide for all
those who desire to communicate with the world of good spirits.
and thus, by the shortest path, to arrive at God and at the truth.

"Guide-books for those who travel about the earth are written
by persons who have visited the places which they describe in
the texts of their works. Such books are not written for people
who expect to stay at home, but for such as want to go to 
countries hitherto strange to them.

"This book of mine is meant to be a guide-book of that sort.
It is designed to direct the reader to that bridge on which the
spirit messengers from the Beyond meet us. Whoever. in the
light of what is herein set out, steps upon that spirit-bridge will
find every statement that appears in this book fully 
confirmed.

"I do not, therefore, expect any of my readers to accept
 at their face value the statements contained in this 
book, without subjecting them to further proof. If he
 did. he would be basing his beliefs regarding the most
 important questions of life on the dictum of one who 
is no more infallible than other men. This he must not 
do, for my assertion that the truths I have set down in 
my book were derived, not from my own deductions but
 from communication with the world of good spirits in 
the Beyond, might well be based on error or 
self-deception, on my part.

"I, who like all men am weak, fallible and sinning, can 
ask for myself no greater credence than is accorded to
 any of my fellow-men. I therefore do not ask to be 
believed blindly. But one thing I do demand: That the
 truth which was revealed to me be sought by the same 
road by which I found it. This road has been accurately
 described by me. in order that no one may fail to find
 it. Learned and ignorant, rich and poor alike, can travel it.

 "No preparation, no special training. is required. No tolls 
are collected. Only one thing is indispensable: The Will to 
the Truth. Those who seek it must be ready to accept it at 
the moment at which they are convinced that it is being offered 
to them. and must be willing to model their lives accordingly.
 This book is not written for those who will not accept these
 terms. For them, no way leads to the truth, for God manifests
 His will to the well-disposed only.

"They who have not the "Will to the Truth," who are not ready
to explore the road which I am pointing out. thereby forfeit the
right to pass judgment on my book. If, for instance, a chemist
were to announce that he had found a method of making gold by
combining certain substances. and were to describe his process
minutely, only those would be capable of expressing an intelligent
opinion as to his claims. who themselves had performed the experiments
described by their author, and who had faithfully followed
all of his directions.

"I am certain that this book contains the truth. “For I know
whom I have believed." (2nd Timothy I :12.)

"I feel no fear that those who follow the path indicated by me
will find anything to conflict with what I found. Everyone who
has heretofore followed my advice and has sought to get into 
communication with the world of good spirits has had experiences
precisely like my own.

"Nevertheless, my book is sure to encounter many bitter enemies.
Not so much among the great mass of the people as in those
circles for which the acceptance of the truth would mean heavy
material sacrifices, as among all ministers of. the various sects. The
creed which they have been preaching to their congregations, heretofore,
has provided them with a means of living. If now. in con-
sequence of any change in their way of seeing the truth they are
compelled to make alterations in those things which they have been
professing, they will cease to be ministers of their respective creeds
and lose their daily bread, for which they have been dependent on
their position.

"To give up a place supposedly bestowed for life and to go out
into the uncertainties of the world poor and beset by enemies, is
one of the greatest sacrifices that a man can make. Not many will
make it: sooner, they will dispense with the truth.

"It was for this reason that the Jewish priests waged so bitter
a war on Christ and His doctrines. Their livelihood was in danger.
They did not study Christ's teachings to enable them to say
whether these were right or wrong, but unloosed their deadly
hatred upon Him whose words threatened to alienate the people
from them and thus to undermine their influence with the masses.
For this, His death was decided upon and the curse of being the
relentless opponent of the truth and of those who sought it and
those who proclaimed it, rests to the present day on the priesthood
of all religions. With the and sword, priesthood has slain millions
under color of war against heresy, just as the Jewish priests excused
their slaughter of Christ by saying:

"He hath spoken blasphemy."

"But the real reason then, as it was in later ages, was the fear
of the total or partial loss of temporal influence, worldly honors.
offices and revenues. Of course there have been and still are
exceptions. Perhaps these are more numerous today than they
were in the past. But these latterday Nicodemuses can do as little
to prevent the spiritual leaders of today from 
passing the death-sentence upon the truth, as 
the first Nicodemus was able to accomplish.

"The clergy of today will therefore not only
 repudiate my book. but will refuse to apply,
 in the manner therein prescribed, the tests
of the veracity of the statements which it 
contains. And yet, there is nothing about these 
tests which can offend the conscience of anyone, 
unless, indeed, it is a reprehensible proceeding
 for a layman or a clergyman to sit down. alone 
or in company with others, to worship God in the
 privacy of his home. to turn to Him with song 
and prayer, and to beg of Him the fulfillment of
 Christ's promise: “If ye, then, being evil, 
know how to give good gifts unto your children, 
how much more shall your Heavenly Father give a 
holy spirit to them that ask Him?" (Luke 11:13)

"Is it by any possibility a sin to study the 
truths of the Holy Scriptures at such a service, 
to discuss them with others and to pray for the true light?
 Is it a sin to join hands on such an occasion
after the manner of the early Christians and to concentrate
one's thoughts on higher things, repenting of evil. forgiving one
another and beseeching God to help us and to grant us the Spirit
of Truth which Christ promised to His followers? Is there one of
us who cannot do these things with a clear conscience? More than
this I do not ask, for this road, and no other, was the one which
I traveled when I experienced what my book relates. No special
privileges were extended to me; I received only that which any
honest searcher will receive. Indeed, many who follow my trail
may receive far more than I did.

"The fact that the things which we learn in the manner to be
described seem so incredible, is no reason for refusing to set out
upon the path indicated. for God expressly promises to show us
the unbelievable, in the words:"

“Call unto me, and I will answer you, and show you great and
mighty things which you did not know." (Jeremiah 33 : 3.)"

The Author. (pastor Johannes Greber)

Easter. 1932.

                                                                       

For any person unsure is there is a Creator/God, can simply pray:

            "If there is a God, guide me to the right path"

 

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