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But men must acknowledge the done sacrifice and let themselves be redeemed by me.

Good Friday. Way to Golgotha.

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You men will never be able to gauge the size of my work of mercy, for also you, you who believe in me, you know about my divinity, which could also lessen the greatest suffering but I suffered and died as man. Read more:

 

Bertha Dudde:

 

Good Friday. Way to Golgotha.

3. April 1953. B.D. NR. 5643

The way to Golgotha was the end of my earth walk; it was the victory and the fulfilment it was the most difficult and most bitter sacrificial walk, for it stood in its details clearly before my eye until the hour of death. I knew about all sufferings and agonies and still went this way consciously. But in exactly the same way the enormous trouble of sinful mankind stood before the eye; the immeasurable sin guilt and its effect lay on my shoulders like a massed together burden, and I knew that when I shook off this burden what I certainly could in my might and power, mankind had to collapse under it and could never cope alone with the burden. I knew that this load of sin tormented mankind for eternities and never let it gain freedom and happiness. I saw these agonies of the whole mankind before my spiritual eye, and I took pity on the unhappy spiritual. For that reason I took off from mankind the burden of sin and went the way to Golgotha; I took upon me the unspeakable suffering to atone for the debt, which was so great that only extreme human suffering was enough for atonement achievement. For that reason I wanted to suffer and die for men and in no way lessen my suffering. You men will never be able to gauge the size of my work of mercy, for also you, you who believe in me, you know about my divinity, which could also lessen the greatest suffering but I suffered and died as man. All agonies, which a man could just bear, were committed on me, mentally and bodily I was maltreated in the most wretched way; my tormentors did not just tormented the body, but uttered so terrible and hate filled words that my soul recognized them as expressions of hell and was tortured unbearably. What is just to be thought of as suffering, I have born, and that because of love for men, who should have atoned for their enormous sin guilt themselves and would have needed eternities for it. I as man Jesus could assess the suffering of these men, and this immeasurable suffering I wanted to avert, by me bearing, what to bear I was able. My love could not go past the great trouble of mankind; it wanted to help; it wanted to bring redemption to all oppressed, it wanted to beg for forgiveness for all sinners; it wanted to do atonement and for that reason bring itself as sacrifice to the heavenly father.

But men must acknowledge the done sacrifice and have themselves be redeemed by me. For that reason I shout to you in hottest love: Do not let me have brought the sacrifice in vain for you. Recognize that a great sin guilt burdens you, and want that you become free of it. Accept my sacrifice on the cross as having been brought for you; also you put yourselves under the cross of Golgotha; do not let my suffering and my death on the cross remain without effect for you. Bring all your sins to me, so that I can liberate you, so that you get forgiveness, so that the father may accept you for the sake of the love of his son let all of you redeem yourselves through my blood, which I have shed for you men on the cross.
Amen. B.D. NR. 5643.

 

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