February 6th, 2007
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB
I am here, Jesus.
I come this morning to address your question, if the
Divine Love was not rebestowed until my coming because
humanity did not want It, what about those special souls,
such as Abraham and Joseph, who did possess a great deal
of love? Didn't they deserve the Divine Love, and wouldn't
they have desired It?
Well, this is a very good and a very fair question. First,
let me say that God was not unjust in withholding the
Divine Love from these special souls. And the reason is
that these souls paved the way for the Love's rebestowal.
It was part of the evolution of humanity toward greater
development. In God's Plan for humanity, He had to raise
up these special souls first, before the Love was actually
rebestowed at my coming.
When mortals like Abraham and Joseph honored God by doing
the brave things they did, they brought humanity to a
higher level. In order to understand why they were not
given the privilege of receiving the Divine Love, you must
understand that God's Plan for humanity has worked in
stages. One step had to follow another, and each advance
built on the previous one.
You know the old truism, we are not unhappy by something
we have never experienced. Since these special people
never experienced the Divine Love, they could not
comprehend Its existence, nor Its happy effect on the
soul. And they were all given everything they needed to
accomplish their missions.
As you channeled, Moses was very happy in his life, for
whenever he had a question, God would answer it. So they
were given everything they needed. They were not unhappy
without the Love, because they had no conception of Its
existence. Even the prophets Jeremiah and Ezekiel, who did
foretell the coming of the Love, only perceived It dimly.
So It was something that really didn't enter their
consciousness, and thus did not make them unhappy by Its
Just as Moses was selected to liberate his people from
Egypt, so I was selected to embody the reinstatement of
the privilege of receiving the Divine Love. There was no
unfairness on God's part. He worked according to a method,
a plan, which necessitated first, the development of the
natural love, and finally, the coming of the greater Love.
It is true that long after humanity lost this privilege, nothing
of the sort was even desired, for mortals became preoccupied with
the animal nature and material existence. But slowly, humanity evolved,
and there appeared a few brave, unusual souls who stood out in their
development in love, and in their dedication to God. But even someone
like Moses did not comprehend that God was pure Love; he had been
influenced to believe that God had wrath, and desired punishment
for disobeying His laws.
When I appeared in the Holy Land to preach the Glad
Tidings, my advent had been carefully prepared by a very
precise order of mortal appearances. Thus, my predecessors
prepared the way for my coming. If they did not have the
privilege of receiving the Divine Love, it was only
because of how God's Plan worked, and not because of any
injustice on God's part.