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8887 When and why did the perfect Beings become imperfect ? ....

8887 When and why did the perfect Beings become imperfect ? ....

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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 Dudde8887
When and why did the perfect beings become imperfect? ....
!erything that came forth from "e had to be perfect because #was simp$y incapab$e of creating something imperfect% since "y$o!e% wisdom and power wou$d not a$$ow for any f$aws in thecreations which "y wi$$ e&terna$ised from "e .... 'his% therefore%happened (in the beginning) .... when it p$eased "e to create abeing for "yse$f and endowed it with the same creati!e power inorder to pro!ide this being with the p$easure of e&terna$isingsimi$ar beings through its wi$$ and with the use of "y strength ....But to deny "e this perfection is on$y possib$e for those peop$ewho are in a state of imperfection themse$!es% who% due to theirinte$$ectua$ $imitation% cannot imagine that% in a state operfection% it wou$d be
impossible
 to create something
imperfect
. *owe!er% if on$y perfection cou$d ha!e come forth from "e% whendid the perfect beings change to become imperfect? 'his +uestion is difficu$t and yet% at the same time% a$so easy toanswer .... 'he fact that "y supreme$y perfect creation was ab$e to changeitse$f into the opposite wi$$ fore!er remain incomprehensib$e toyou .... but the fact that free wi$$ a$$owed for distancing itse$f from di!ine order must be understandab$e to you. For free wi$$ was ab$e to $ea!e the di!ine order% it was ab$e to
 
re!o,e the di!ine order% hence it was ab$e to turn the initia$$yperfect being into the opposite% into a state of ungod$iness whichtota$$y contradicted "y perfect nature. -nd "y firstcreated spirit%ha!ing been endowed with the same creati!e power% created thisstate for itse$f by !irtue of its facu$ty of thought .... #n "y perfection # was unab$e to harbour a wrong thought .... buthe was ab$e to do so because he had free wi$$ and used itwrong$y. 'hin,ing wrong$y wou$d ha!e been impossib$e for "e% but it waspossib$e for him due to his thin,ing abi$ity which was otherwiseinc$ined on account of his free wi$$ .... -s human beings yourthin,ing is $imited% you try to find your own e&p$anation in "ynature that e!i$ a$so came from "e but you fai$ to consider thatthe fa$$ of the spirits wou$d ha!e to be attributab$e to "e "yse$f had # not e&terna$ised the beings in a perfect state .... But you do not want to accept the fact that you can than,
him
for the apostasy% instead% you try to b$ame the most supreme$yperfect Being Which tru$y cou$d on$y ha!e created you such as itwas possib$e/ in highest perfection .... 'he fact that you want to see a$$ opposing +ua$ities embedded in"e as we$$ is on$y the e!idence that "y fundamenta$ nature isa$ien to you. # certain$y ,now what is in opposition to "e% because # was ab$eto obser!e "y ad!ersary)s wrong thin,ing and was aware
 thathis sin consisted
 
of the fact
 that he rebe$$ed against "e% thathe begrudged "e "y strength and thus s$ow$y grew to hate"e .... -nd # a$so ,new where his attitude wou$d ta,e him% but # did notstop his fa$$% nor the beings who wanted to fo$$ow him .... e!enthough they a$so emerged from "e in a$$ perfection. But since # had furnished the beings with free wi$$ # cou$d notdeny them accepting the thoughts of the one who secret$yopposed "e% and these thoughts a$so $ed to the beings) fa$$% since

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