The Sermons of Jesus Christ Like They’ve Never Been Explained Before
The New Revelation explains the meaning of Christ’s mission. As Part of that Revelation A Much Fuller Explanation of the Sermons Is Given by the Lord Jesus Christ Himself in The Works Of Gottfried Mayerhofer.
I get it! – Like tends to attract like – Catholics, Protestants, Lutherans, Anglicans, Evangelicals, Mormons . . . all read what is generally in keeping with what their respective churches teach. People who have been raised within any kind of religion tend to stay within the basic teachings of their own brand of religious belief. Whether it is out of loyalty, faith, complacency, laziness or fear . . . Christians who are more devout to their own church than to Christianity itself are not likely to question or even search outside of the parameters of the Christian view they had been raised with. This is to be expected!
The New Revelation, although universal, is catching on with people who have left their Traditional Christian roots in search of a more complete Christianity. Those who follow the New Revelation writings do so completely on their own, independent of any organizations.
What has gotten in the way of Christianity is the hypocrisy of Christian denominations and a lack of understanding of the Biblical Scriptures. The New Revelation provides a refreshing explanation of the Holy Scriptures that does not deviate from the Bible.
Gottfried Mayerhofer wrote in the 1870’s and continued where Jakob Lorber left off. Through Mayerhofer came more New Revelation writings, each as beautiful as they are informative and inspiring. Among them is The Sermons of The Lord Jesus Christ. In this wonderful and comforting work, Christ Himself explains His own Sermons in a way that no pastor or priest ever has or ever could.
Allowing Jesus Christ To Explain His Own Sermons
There are many assumptions made in regards to Christianity as it is being practiced but little can be said that is negative when it comes to Jesus Christ Himself. One of the most vivid examples of the Love of God for humanity is expressed deeply and eloquently by the Lord Jesus Christ in His many Sermons.
The Lord’s Sermons by Gottfried Mayerhofer is an exceptional work received through the “inner word” as part of the New Revelation. In this work the Sermons are explained in great detail making their original message even more resounding with deeper significance and meaning. The explanations of the Sermons themselves reveals a much deeper significance that has never been touched upon before. For those of us who have been raised going to church will find in these explanations by the Lord of His Sermons a much fuller meaning that could not have
The entire new revelation is a hermetic exercise. That is to say that, in these finer revelations the mysteries are contained and applied. In the Sermons of the Lord are contained a portion of the Mysteries in an understandable manner.
In this context a mystery is a principle from the Spiritual point of view as God intends it.
To see an excerpt of the explanation of the feeding the of the 4000 with the loaves and fishes, click here.
- First Sunday in Advent – The Signs of The Future
- Second Sunday in Advent – John’s Inquiry
- Third Sunday in Advent – John’s Testimony
- Fourth Sunday in Advent – John’s The Baptist Sermon on Repentance
- Christmas Day – The Birth of Christ
- Sunday After Christmas – The Child Jesus in the Temple
- First Sunday After Epiphany – The Twelve-Year-Old Jesus in the Temple
- Second Sunday After Epiphany – The Wedding in Cana
- Third Sunday After Epiphany – The Healing of the Leper
- Septuagesima Sunday – The Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard
- Sexagesima Sunday – The Parable of the Sower
- Quinquagesima Sunday – The Healing of the Blind Man
- The First Sunday in Lent – The Temptation of the Lord
- Second Sunday In Lent – The Transfiguration of Jesus
- Third Sunday in Lent – The Casting out of a Devil
- Fourth Sunday in Lent – The Feeing of the Five Thousand
- Fifth Sunday in Lent – The Jews Try to Stone Jesus
- Palm Sunday – Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem
- First Sunday After Easter – The Lord Appears to His Disciples
- Second Sunday After Easter – The Good Shepherd
- Third Sunday After Easter – The Lord Refers to His Death
- Cantate Sunday – The Eternal Destination
- The Fifth Sunday After Easter – The Proper Supplication
- Sunday After Ascension Day – The Promise of the Comforter
- Whitsunday – The Lord and His Children
- Trinity Sunday – The Lord’s Farewell
- Second Sunday After Trinity – The Parable of the Great Supper
- Third Sunday After Trinity – About the Lost Sheep
- Fourth Sunday After Trinity – The Rich Draught
- Firth Sunday After Trinity – True Righteousness
- Sixth Sunday After Trinity – The Feeding of the Four Thousand
- Seventh Sunday After Trinity – About False Prophesies
- Eight Sunday After Trinity – The Parable of the Unjust Steward
- Ninth Sunday After Trinity – The Lord’s Grief Over Jerusalem
- Tenth Sunday After Trinity – The Parable of the Pharisee and the Publican
- Eleventh Sunday After Trinity – The Healing of a Deaf-Mute
- Twelfth Sunday After Trinity – The Parable of the Good Samaritan
- Thirteenth Sunday After Trinity – The Healing of the Ten Lepers
- Fourteenth Sunday After Trinity – The Lord Warns Against Worldly Thinking
- Fifteenth Sunday After Trinity – The Raising of the Young Man of Nain
- Sixteenth Sunday After Trinity – The True Observance of the Sabbath
- Seventeenth Sunday After Trinity – The Greatest Commandment
- Eighteenth Sunday After Trinity – The Healing of the Man Sick of the Palsy
- Nineteenth Sunday After Trinity – Parable of the Marriage Feast
- Twentieth Sunday After Trinity – The Healing of the Son of A Nobleman
- Twenty-First Sunday After Trinity – The Parable of the Unfaithful Servant
- Twenty-Second Sunday After Trinity – The Lord’s Attitude Towards the Authorities
- Twenty-Third Sunday After Trinity – The Raising of Jairus’ Daughter
- Twenty-Four Sunday After Trinity – The Stilling of the Tempest
- Twenty-Fifth Sunday After Trinity – The Parable of the Tares in the Field
- Twenty-Sixth Sunday After Trinity – Explaining the Kingdom of Heaven
- Twenty-Seventh Sunday After Trinity – The Latter Days
The Links below are selected from the New Revelation writings in general.