LET GOD BE THE JUDGE AND EVERYONE ELSE BE SILENT

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LET GOD BE THE JUDGE AND EVERYONE ELSE BE SILENT

JESUS DIED FOR ALL SINNERS

This is not only, a valuable part of the Gospel Of Nicodemus but very important for all who would desire to be like Jesus and escape hell.

There should be no doubt that God loves us all equally, regardless of our sins, after reading this I’m convinced. JESUS CHRIST has mercy on all sinners, no matter how great their sin is?
There is no sin greater than the other…Remember, don’t judge someone just because they sin differently than you do.

THE GOSPEL OF NICODEMUS, FORMERLY CALLED THE ACTS OF PONTIUS PILATE 20:5-14

5. And while the
holy Enoch and
Elias were relating
this, behold there
came another man
in a miserable
figure carrying the
sign of the cross
upon his shoulders.
6 And when all the
saints saw him, they
said to him, Who
art thou? For thy
countenance is like
a thief’s; and why
dost thou carry a
cross upon thy
shoulders?
7 To which he
answering, said, Ye
say right, for I was a
thief who
committed all sorts
of wickedness upon
earth.
8 And the Jews
crucified me with
Jesus; and I
observed the
surprising things
which happened
p. 88
in the creation at
the crucifixion of
the Lord Jesus.
9 And I believed
him to be the
Creator of all things,
and the Almighty
King; and I prayed
to him, saying,
Lord, remember
me, when thou
comest into thy
kingdom.

10 He presently
regarded my
supplication, and
said to me, Verily I
say unto thee, this
day thou shalt be
with me in
Paradise. 1
11 And he gave me
this sign of the cross
saying, Carry this,
and go to Paradise;
and if the angel
who is the guard of
Paradise will not
admit thee, shew
him the sign of the
cross, and say unto
him: Jesus Christ
who is now
crucified, hath sent
me hither to thee.
12 When I did this,
and told the angel
who is the guard of
Paradise all these
things, and he
heard them, he
presently opened
the gates,
introduced me, and
placed me on the
right-hand in
Paradise,
13 Saying, Stay here
a little time, till
Adam, the father of
all mankind, shall
enter in, with all his
sons, who are the
holy and righteous
servants of Jesus
Christ, who was
crucified.
14 When they heard all this account from the thief, all the patriarchs said with one voice, Blessed be thou, O Almighty God, the Father of everlasting goodness, and the Father of mercies, who hast shewn such favour to those who were sinners against him, and hast brought them to the mercy of Paradise, and hast placed them amidst thy large and spiritual provisions, in a spiritual and holy life. Amen.

Reed the entire book  of NICODEMUS. https://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/lbob/lbob10.htm

Eve Makes Intercession And So Does Dawna~

The Forgotten Books of Eden, by Rutherford H. Platt, Jr., [1926], at sacred-texts.com

CHAP. V.

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In which Eve makes a noble and emotionable intercession, taking the blame on herself.

THEN Adam and Eve entered the cave, and stood praying, in their own tongue, unknown to us, but which they knew well.

2 And as they prayed, Adam raised his eyes, and saw the rock and the roof of the cave that covered him overhead, so that he could see neither heaven, nor God’s creatures. So he wept and smote heavily upon his breast, until he dropped, and was as dead.

3 And Eve sat weeping; for she believed he was dead.

4 Then she arose, spread her hands towards God, suing Him for mercy and pity, and said, “O God, forgive me my sin, the sin which I committed, and remember it not against me.

5 “For I alone caused Thy servant to fall from the garden into this lost estate; from light into this darkness; and from the abode of joy into this prison.

6 “O God, look upon this Thy servant thus fallen, and raise him from his death, that he may weep and repent of his transgression which he committed through me.

7 “Take not away his soul this once; but let him live that he may stand after the measure of his repentance, and do Thy will, as before his death.

8 “But if Thou do not raise him up, then, O God, take away my own soul, that I be like him; and leave me not in this dungeon, one and alone; for I could not stand alone in this world, but with him only.

9 “For Thou, O God, didst cause a slumber to come upon him, and didst take a bone from his side, and didst restore the flesh in the place of it, by Thy divine power.

10 “And Thou didst take me, the bone, and make me a woman, bright like him, with heart, reason, and speech; and in flesh, like unto his own; and Thou didst make me after the likeness of his countenance, by Thy mercy and power.

11 “O Lord, I and he are one and Thou, O God, art our Creator, Thou are He who made us both in one day.

12 “Therefore, O God, give

him life, that he may be with me in this strange land, while we dwell in it on account of our transgression.

13 “But if Thou wilt not give him life, then take me, even me, like him; that we both may die the same day.”

14 And Eve wept bitterly, and fell upon our our father Adam; from her great sorrow.

My sincere prayer
By Dawna Bowles
April 15, 2016

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1.) I, Donna make a noble and emotionable intercession, taking the blame on myself for the spiritual death of my children.

When I, and my children entered the cave. I stood praying in my own words not knowing how to pray to God.

2.) And as I prayed, my children raised their eyes, and saw the rock and the roof of the cave that covered them overhead, so that they could see neither heaven, nor God’s creatures. So they wept and smote heavily upon their breast, until they dropped, and was as dead.

3.) And I sat weeping; for I believed they were dead.

4.) Then I  arose, spread my hands towards God, suing Him for mercy and pity, and said, “O God, forgive me my sin, the sin which I committed, and remember it not against me.

5.) “For I alone caused my children to fall from the garden into this lost estate; from light into this darkness; and from the abode of joy into this prison.

6.) “O God, look upon this Thy children that’s fallen, and raise them from their death, that they may weep and repent of their  transgression which they committed through me.

7.) “Take not away their souls this once; but let them live that they may stand after the measure of their repentance, and do Thy will, as before their death.

8.) “But if Thou do not raise them up, then, O God, take away my own soul, that I be like them; and leave me not in this dungeon, one and alone; for I could not stand alone in this world, but with them only.

11.) “O Lord, I and they are one and Thou, O God, art our Creator, Thou are He who made us all in that day.

12.) “Therefore, O God, give them life, that they may be with me, as one, with You in this strange land, while we dwell in it on account of our transgressions.

13.) “But if Thou wilt not give them life, then take me, even me, like them; that we all may die the same day.”

14.) And I wept bitterly in great sorrow because of my transgression and that I caused the death of my precious children.

New Life…

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As I open the door that I had closed long ago

Regret remorse and bitter sadness burn like acid deep into my soul

War raged for many years

I fainted for lack of hope

I was conquered by the darkness

A Prisoner of whom I did not know

My fight was fought in vain

Awakened by a moment of clarity

While lying in the rain

Only to find a space in time

That was no longer mine

Consumed in fear for knowledge

Of what I had become

Truth grabbed my heart with both fists tightening as I cried

What had happened to everything I knew

My light and truth had died

A blinding pain rebuked vision from my eyes

My spirit screamed at the sight of me

Demanding an answer as to why

I knew at that moment that light had left my side

As I mourned and loathed my very existence

Knowing I could no longer hide

A heart of stone softened by the tears that I cried

A warm breeze a caressing of hope

persuading me to forgive

And love myself again or maybe

For the first time…

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By Dawna Bowles(C)9/2014

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[by Dawna Bowles (C)2014]