The New Revelation of The Lord Jesus Christ
A Note of Introduction by The Lord Jesus Christ to Any Prospective Reader of This Book
“Before seriously undertaking the reading of The New Revelation of The Lord Jesus Christ, as recorded in this book, any prospective reader should be aware of the following important facts:”
“1. The Lord Jesus Christ made a free choice to use the third person form of expression and not the first person, as the reader, perhaps, would expect. The main reason for this choice is in preservation of freedom of choice of every reader to accept or to reject what is written in this book. The use of the first person’s form of expression, such as, for example, ‘I say,’ ‘I state,’ ‘I do,’ etc., has a commanding, forceful, indisputable, imposing and ordering connotation. The true Nature of The Lord Jesus Christ does not contain any inclination whatsoever to command, to force, to impose, to order or to intimidate anything on anyone. This Nature is comprised of Absolute Freedom and Independence. If one operates from the state of this Absolute Freedom and Independence, one can never express oneself in any other mode but in the mode of freedom and independence. To command, to order, to impose, etc., would violate this Nature. Thus, the use of the third person’s form of expression takes away this undesirable connotation and side effect.”
“Another important reason for this choice is the illustration and exemplification of the attitude of true humility, modesty and humbleness. If the true spiritual principles of life require people and humans to be humble and modest, it is only natural that the Absolute Source of all true spiritual principles — The Lord Jesus Christ — set His/Her own example of this modesty, humbleness and humility. One of the fundamental traits of the Absolute Nature of The Lord Jesus Christ is Absolute Innocence, Humility, Modesty and Humbleness. Because of this fundamental trait, The Lord Jesus Christ can relate to anyone only from the position of this trait. You do not relate from the position of something which you do not have. You relate only from the position of something which you have. This is a common principle of any relationship. The use of the third person’s form of expression helps to emphasize this important attitude.”
“2. An important spiritual reason exists, known only to The Lord Jesus Christ, why He/She chose Dr. Peter Daniel Francuch as the transmitter of The New Revelation for this time. Peter is someone whose native tongue is not English and who has never formally studied the English language. The grammatical structure of any language, and particularly of the English language, puts too many limits on expressions of spiritual ideas. These limitations are being utilized by the negative state to distort, pervert and falsify the original and genuine meaning of those ideas. In order to avoid this danger, at times, it is necessary to violate the grammatical structures and rules of the used language.”
“The Lord Jesus Christ chose to use Peter’s unique and specific mode of expression, his language and the way he formulates his ideas for conveying the principles of The New Revelation. It suits The Lord Jesus Christ very well to use exactly the mode of thinking, feeling, expression of ideas, sentence structure and the words that Peter uses. The way Peter is and the way he thinks, feels and expresses himself is an integral part of his assignment and mission — to be exactly that way. It is not by coincidence that all Peter’s effort in the past to undertake a systematic formal study of the English language and grammar had always been thwarted. This was for the purpose of a voidance of being contaminated by the rigid rules of grammar for expression of any ideas.”
“Let the reader be aware that, if The Lord Jesus Christ needed to express Himself/Herself differently and, in the opinion of some readers, in a more acceptable and grammatical manner, He/She would have most certainly chosen some scholar of the English language or someone who would be able to adhere more closely to those rules. But such a choice would miss the whole point.”
“Humans will always have a tendency to find any excuse why not to agree, or not to read or not to implement what they have read in this, or any other book of the New Revelation. Some of them are easily turned off by some unsuitable, in their opinion, expressions or words or ideas or the way they are formulated and conveyed. Such humans have an inordinate need to express things in their own words, in their own ideas and by their own conceptualization of how things should be formulated. From that position they compulsively want to rewrite such books, to edit them, to substitute the used words by some other sin order to soften or to remove the genuine intent for which the original words were chosen. Again, if The Lord Jesus Christ wished to use those kinds of words in order to convey His/Her New Revelation, He/She would have most certainly chosen someone who would be able to express it in a different mode than the one used in this book.”
“There are important spiritual reasons, beyond human comprehension, why The Lord Jesus Christ chose this mode of conveyance of The New Revelation’s ideas, as reflected in Peter’s manner of speech, language, expression and mode of thinking. Because of these important spiritual reasons, after the final version of the manuscript is submitted for typesetting and published, or after it is presented for reading, anyone who, at any time, in the present or in the future, attempts to revise or to edit or to substitute any words or to change anything in this book, besides obvious typographical, spelling or mechanical errors, will bedistorting or even falsifying the true meaning of this book.”
“Any changes or additions in this respect, if at all, have to come directly from The Lord Jesus Christ. After all, this is His/Her book. And, of course, such changes or additions would come through Peter again. Once or if Peter is no longer available for doing this important work, then and only then someone else will be chosen by The Lord Jesus Christ for transmission of a new book or books which would be logical sequels, but not revisions (within its content), of this book.”
“3. The reading of this book, in order to be properly understood, requires some familiarity with the previous work transmitted through Peter. In actuality, the nine previous books of this nature can be considered a preparation and introduction to this one. For this reason, if the reader intends to read this book without any prior familiarity with some of the previous books written by Peter, he/she should prepare himself/herself for the greatest shock of his/her life. It will not be easy to accept anything revealed in this book.”
“But, as always, if the reader keeps his/her mind open, and is willing to relinquish any preconceived ideas of his/her own expectations and of his/her own adopted views, opinions, religion, philosophy or whatever he/she has, and will approach this reading with a positive and good intent, for the sake of learning and changing, he/she will be blessed with wisdom of understanding, acceptance and application of everything revealed in this book.”
“Some readers will, perhaps, complain that there is too much redundancy in this book. The readers of this nature should be advised that, very often, a certain spiritual idea under lies many diverse factors. When exploring each factor in particular, that principle needs to be restated and repeated. In a philosophical sense, this is not redundancy but looking at the principle in question from an entirely different perspective. Please, remember this fact when reading this book.”
“And, finally, it is very crucial that this book is read in sequel from the first chapter to the last one without skipping or beginning to read a chapter without reading the preceding chapters first. One chapter follows the other and each subsequent chapter is built on what was revealed in the preceding chapter. Thus, to skip the reading of the previous chapters may put the content of the read chapter out of the context of The New Revelation. Moreover, The Lord Jesus Christ returns to some topics, discussed in the previous chapters, and elaborates on them or reveals some other aspects of them later on. To read about these topics without any connectedness to their initial revelation would make them difficult to properly understand.”
“Thank you for reading and considering what was revealed here.”
This message came to me, by the word of The Lord Jesus Christ, after the transmission of the last Chapter of this book was completed on May 18, 1988. I was advised to place it at the beginning of this book in order to forward it.
Santa Barbara, California, U.S.A.
May 18, 1988 at 6:46 p.m. (18:46)
Peter D. Francuch, Ph.D. – The transmitter
a servant and follower of The Lord Jesus Christ.
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