Letters from Antioch Salvador heals a little girl and sends out his followers to do likewise


While Salvador was speaking to Maria, someone from St. Bonaventure Church arrived and informed Allen Vey, “Your daughter is dead; Salvador, your services are no longer needed.”

On hearing this, Salvador responded, “Do not be afraid; just have faith and she will be saved.”

When he arrived at the house, he allowed no one to enter with him except Lee Stone along with Abe Prentice, and Curtis E. John, the brother of Abe Prentice, along with the child’s father and mother.

All were weeping and mourning for her, when he asked, “What is all of this for? A sick child tries to get a little shut eye and the family wakes up the neighborhood with crying.”

When something happens in a small town, everybody knows about it.

Members of the family made crude remarks about his insensitivity, to his face, and loudly. He asked them to leave so that he could get better cavannah.

Salvador took the child’s father, mother, and those who were with him, and went in to see the child.

Salvador asked the young girl, “Child, arise!”

Her breath returned and she immediately arose.

Salvador directed, “Please, give her something to eat.”

This astounded her parents.

Salvador instructed her parents, “Do not tell anyone what had happened.”

Salvador called the twelve Akicita he had chosen and gave them influence over all those hearing voices and he gave them authority to cure diseases. He sent them to tell of the presiding of the Almighty One and to heal (the sick).

Salvador commanded them, “Take nothing for the journey. I also do not want you to take a stick to help in your walking. You are not even to take a sack as you will not be taking food or money. You will not be taking extra clothing either. Whenever you enter a town, you will not offend the people in that town, moving from house to house. If they do not welcome you, shake the dust from your feet and leave. The dust will be testimony against them.”

They departed Salvador and went from town to town telling everyone the sweet message and curing their diseases.

 

The governor is up on things and wants to know who this new troublemaker is.

George Wolfgang Schrub, the Governor heard all that was going on, and he was very upset.

Some were saying, “Curtis E. John rose from the dead, just like Jesus did.”

Others were saying, “John the Baptist, that great preacher of penance has come again.”

Again, others, “One of the proclaimer of the divine truths from of old from of old has come among us.”

George Wolfgang Schrub responded, “Curtis E. John, I had killed. Who is this man about whom I hear so much of?”

Governor Schrub kept trying to see Salvador.

 

When those Salvador sent out returned, they explained to him what they had done. He took them and withdrew in private to a hunting village near Tahoe City. The crowds heard of his plan to go there and followed him. He accepted their company and told them about the presiding of the Almighty One.

Salvador read the story of My God Saves in II Chiefs, chapter 4: 42-44, “A man came from the Three Masters feed store bringing the Ben Elohim twenty barley loaves made from the first fruits, and fresh grain in the ear. My God Saves told him, “Give it to the people to eat.”

It takes leadership and organization to feed a multitude. So, where is the leadership?

His servant objected, “How can I set this before a hundred men?” My God Saves insisted, “Give it to the people to eat. For thus says the Personal Name, ‘They shall eat and there shall be some left over.’ When they had eaten, there was some left over, as the Personal Name had told him.

Pop healed you of your errors and things that give you dis-ease, the inability to see Pop in other people and in his world. Christmas is a shortened form of Christ’s Mass. It does not refer to one particular Mass in the year but to everyday that there is a Mass. You should see the Christ, the image of Pop who is in every person everyday and exchange presents every day. Do not wrap them, just work to help each other every day.

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