This Is My Word, Alpha and Omega
The Gospel of Jesus The Christ-Revelation, Which True Christians the World Over Have Come to Know
Jesus of Nazareth did not found a religion. He neither appointed priests nor taught dogmas, rituals of cults. 2000 years ago, He brought the truth from the Kingdom of God: the teaching of the love for God and neighbor toward people, nature and animals; the teaching of freedom, peace and unity. He spoke about the God of Love, about the Free Spirit – God in us. However, His name and liberating message have been and continue to be abused, appropriated and covered with dogmas, priestly cults and threats of condemnation by the church institutions.
The time has now come: The fateful deception of humanity is exposed, and His message of love for God and neighbor freed from the veils of religious appropriation. On the basis of the “Gospel of Jesus,” an existing extra-biblical text of the Gospel, Christ Himself – explaining, correcting, and deepening this text – revealed the truth, the facts about His thinking and living as Jesus of Nazareth, through Gabriele, the prophetess and emissary of God in our time.
The Eternal Word, the One God, the Free Spirit, speaks through Gabriele as through all the prophets of God – Abraham, Moses, Isaiah, Job, Elijah, Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ of God. From the Kingdom of God and in the mighty work of revelation, “This Is My Word – Alpha and Omega”, Christ addresses the past, the present and the future through Gabriele, the prophetess and emissary of God. In His work, which is an historical work, He addresses Himself to all people, in order to clarify what He had taught as Jesus of Nazareth, how His earthly life had taken its course and He also shows the correlations of the great Work of Redemption, which has its origin in the Kingdom of God.
From the contents:
- Meaning and purpose of life on Earth
- The falsification of the teaching of Jesus of Nazareth during the past 2000 years
- Prerequisites for healing the physical body
- Jesus teaches about marriage
- The Sermon on the Mount
- About the nature of God
- God is not angry and does not punish
- The doctrine of “eternal damnation” is a mockery of God
- The battle of the darkness against God’s plan and His righteous prophets
- Jesus loved the animals and advocated for them
- The law of “Sowing and Reaping” also applies to how creation is dealt with
- About death, reincarnation and life
- Equality between men and women
- The true meaning of the act of Redemption of Jesus, the Christ
- and much more …