John the Baptist Confirms Jesus’ Messiahship
In this mediated message John the Baptist confirms Jesus’ Messiahship and denies that he ever doubted that fact. He also elaborates on how he saw Jesus as the Messiah. For related information, go to this page and the related articles.
John, the Baptist, Declares That Jesus Was the True Messiah and the True Christ,
as He So Taught When on Earth
I AM HERE. John, the Baptist.
I have not written for some time, and I come tonight merely to let you know that I have not forgotten you. I am with you quite often, trying to help you with my love and influence.
(Why is it recorded in the Bible that you sent two of your disciples to ask Jesus whether or not he was the promised Messiah*, when other of your messages through me have only affirmed your absolute conviction of his true Messiahship?)
Well, that does seem contradictory, but the fact is that I never sent my disciples to ask any such question.* I knew at the time of the baptism of Jesus that he was the promised Messiah, and that knowledge never left me or degenerated into a doubt. This passage of the Bible has no foundation in fact, for I never thought it necessary to ask any such question; and, as I have said, I never asked it.
TO ME, JESUS WAS THE REAL CHRIST. I KNEW THAT HE WAS THE TRUE AND ONLY ONE, AND THAT NO OTHER WOULD COME AFTER HIM. FOR WHEN HE BROUGHT TO LIGHT THE FACT THAT GOD HAD BESTOWED UPON MANKIND THE GREAT POSSIBILITY OF OBTAINING THE DIVINE LOVE AND THE DIVINE NATURE, THERE NEVER THEREAFTER AROSE THE NECESSITY FOR THE EXISTENCE OR COMING OF ANOTHER CHRIST. THE GREAT GIFT THAT WAS NECESSARY TO MAKE MAN A BEING DIVINE HAD BEEN BESTOWED, AND BEYOND THAT THERE WAS NOTHING THAT THE FATHER HAD TO BESTOW UPON MANKIND.
I am so sorry that such an untruth should have been written and incorporated into the Bible. It did Jesus an injustice and made me appear as a contradictory prophet and messenger of his coming. When I said, “I am the voice of one crying in the wilderness, make straight the way of the Lord,” I meant that I knew that Jesus was the true Christ, and that forever thereafter would that knowledge be mine. No, I did not send my disciples to ask the question that you referred to.
As I knew then, and as I know now, Jesus was and is the true son of God, and the savior of mankind in the sense that he brought life and immortality to light. I will come soon and write you on some of these Bible declarations.
I will now stop and, in doing so, will say that you have my love and blessings, and the Love of the Father which is the Great Love that makes you a part of the Divine Essence of the Father.
So, my dear brother, good night.
Your brother in Christ, JOHN, THE BAPTIST.
* John, the Baptist, is responding here to the Biblical quote: “Art thou he that should come, or do we look for another?” (Matt. 11-2,3.)—Ed.
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