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6874 The Blessing of Doubting.... Truth....

6874 The Blessing of Doubting.... Truth....

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Published by Marianne Zipf
WORD of GOD - revealed by the Inner Word to Bertha Dudde for the Endtime we presently live in ....
-Published by friends of new revelations of God — Information, download of all translated revelations, theme-booklets at:
http://www.bertha-dudde.info/english/index.html .... http://en.bertha-dudde.org/
- no copyright - The distribution of the revelations is highly desirable. There are only whole proclamations without any change to pass.
WORD of GOD - revealed by the Inner Word to Bertha Dudde for the Endtime we presently live in ....
-Published by friends of new revelations of God — Information, download of all translated revelations, theme-booklets at:
http://www.bertha-dudde.info/english/index.html .... http://en.bertha-dudde.org/
- no copyright - The distribution of the revelations is highly desirable. There are only whole proclamations without any change to pass.

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WORD OF GOD ... through Bertha Dudde 6874
The blessing of doubting.... Truth....
The fact that doubts creep into our hearts ti!e and again is insofar fa"ourable as that ou #ill thin$ about the %uestions that !o"e ou and subse%uentl can also be influenced b the beings #hich tr to clarif our doubts. &o#e"er' onl such doubts are !eant b this #hich befall a
serious seeker
' #hich !oti"ate a person to $eep searching and as$ing for !ore.... and not those doubts #hich !a$es indifferent people feel (ustified into re(ecting the infor!ation offered to the! because the don)t actuall desire it' #ho #ill therefore ne"er ac$no#ledge a bearer of truth. Their doubts are !erel e*cuses and an escape into dar$ness again. +erious see$ers' ho#e"er' are not instantl satisfied and their doubts can beco!e a blessing for the! since the do not stop %uestioning' and precisel this pro"ides the beings of light #ith the opportunit to !entall influence the! ti!e and again until their thin$ing beco!es clarified and #hat pre"iousl had still been doubtful to the! #ill beco!e a con"iction. The thin$ing hu!an being #ill generall not be superficial either b si!pl dis!issing #hat does not see! credible to hi!' but he #ill dig deeper before he co!pletel re(ects a teaching he has recei"ed. Thus doubt can lead to clarification as #ell as protection against the acceptance of errors if a person endea"ours to $no# the truth. This is #ha person should not be conde!ned b"oicing reser"ations' for the onl testif to genuine seriousness. But he should also consider the possibilitand not rest until he has
 
co!pletel gained an inner con"iction so that he can either accept the infor!ation as truth or safel dis!iss it as error. ,nd doubts help hi! in order to gain this con"iction. , person #ho dee!s hi!self $no#ledgeable cannot be instructed an!ore' for he is no longer recepti"e to the currents fro! the #orld of light' he onl uses his intellect but he doesn)t hear #hat is #hispered to hi! b enlightened beings.&o#e"er' so!eone #ho doubts listens #ithin' he as$s %uestions and then certainlalso belie"es that he is able to sol"e these doubts hi!self in an intellectual #a' but as soon as he seriousl stri"es for the truth he can rel on the fact that his thin$ing #ill be guided correctl' for the serious see$er of truth has this guarantee' because God as the -ternal Truth #ill also allo# &i!self to be found b hi!. This is #h the hu!an being deter!ines the "alue of $no#ledge he ac%uires hi!self.... since it onl depends on ho# seriouslhe
desires the truth
. ,nd for this' too' he should gi"e account to hi!self' for e"erone $no#s that )people can err).... that he therefore cannot rel on $no#ledge he has recei"ed fro! other people' and that he therefore !ust also be #illing to relin%uish that $no#ledge if he can recei"e the )pure truth). ,nd he can onl e"er desire and recei"e pure truth at the source of the truth. &ence he !ust infor! God of the $no#ledge he recei"ed pre"iousl and appeal to hi! for clarification as to #hat e*tent it corresponds to truth. ,nd God #ill trul grant this appeal and perhaps e"en place doubts into his heart' for the trans!ission of pure truth can onl ta$e place if the person opens hi!self in order to recei"e #hat he desires fro! the highest source the pure truth fro! God.... This !ainl concerns spiritual $no#ledge' but e"en earthl thoughts #ill be guided correctl in a person #ho has ta$en this path to God' to the source of truth. ,nd the profound inner certaint' the fir! con"iction' #hich he #ill

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