Angelic Revelations Volume 2 Chapter 8

This chapter and sub-chapters of Angelic Revelations of Divine Truth, Volume 2 deal with the various aspects of sin and error. The messages with * are hyperlinked to separate pages and can be read in their entirety.


Chapter 8 — Sin and Error


* Luke Explains the Biblical Text: “The Sins of the Parents Are Visited upon the Children unto the Third and Fourth Generations.”

* Luke Clarifies One Point Relating to His Previous Message

* Jesus Explains How the Power of the Divine Love Redeems Men from Sin and Error

* What Jesus Meant When He Said: “In My Father’s House Are Many Mansions,” and His Further Description of the Effect of the Divine Love on the Soul to Redeem Mankind

* Luke Communicates What the Celestial Spirits Think About War

* A Former Minister of the Gospel States That His Religious Beliefs Were Merely Intellectual, Which Led to His Profound Skepticism and Departure from the Ministry, and to His Loss of All Hope for Forgiveness in the Spirit World

* Ann Rollins Declares That the Belief in the “Unpardonable Sin” Is Slanderous and Blasphemous Against the Loving Father

* Jesus Reemphasizes That the Holy Spirit Is Not God, and That There Is No “Unpardonable Sin.”

* Luke Declares That There Is No “Unpardonable Sin,” as Taught by a Certain Preacher

* Charles Latham Corroborates That Luke Wrote on: “There Is No ‘Unpardonable Sin,’ as Taught by a Certain Preacher.”

* Paul Also Denies the “Unpardonable Sin.”

* Samuel, the Prophet, Discusses How Selfishness Causes the Souls of Men the Unrest That Now Exists in the World

* Paul Presents His Comments on a Preacher’s Beliefs. He Agrees with Him That “Perfection” Is a Relative Term

* Jesus Also Attended This Church Service with Paul and Mr. Padgett, and He Too Comments on the People’s Beliefs

* James Discusses the Frailties of the Human Mind and Moral Qualities

* Helen Affirms That James Wrote on: “The Frailties of the Human Mind and Moral Qualities.”

* Luke Explains What Is Necessary for a Man to Do to Recover the Purity of Soul and Love That Was Possessed by the First Parents. He Also Declares That the Doctrine of Original Sin Is a Mocking, Damnable Lie



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