Yeshua explains to his Apostles that he has come to teach those who
are humble of heart with an openness of mind, for the high and
mighty will be blind to the truth, even if it stands right
1 The following day, Yeshua and the Apostles
journeyed to Nazareth and met with Yeshua’s family for the
2 All through the morning while they were walking toward
Nazareth, the Apostles continued to speak to each other with
excitement about the special gifts and techniques they had
learned yesterday from Yeshua and Miriam and to practice the
silent talk with one another.
3 While walking, the Apostle Toma approached Yeshua and asked
him, “Lord of Light, as you can see, we are all overjoyed and
overwhelmed to learn of the mysterious Celestine powers you have
shown to us, but in truth, some of us feel unworthy, for who are
we but common people, lacking in knowledge, poor in wealth, and
naive in the ways of the great people and things of the world.”
4 Yeshua answered him, saying, “I thank our Father and Mother
in Heaven because they have hidden the Celestine mysteries from
the great and powerful and commanded me to give them to the
lowly and meek.
5 Good brother Toma, the powers of Celestine Light that I bring
to you are only given to those who are babes, willing to learn,
and humble of heart that they can feel the Holy Spirit sent by
the Mother in their hearts.
6 To the high and the mighty, the mysteries I share with you
will continue to be mysteries, even were I to tell them the
secrets, for those who think too highly of themselves have no
place in their heart to honor something greater, with the
humility and openness needed to see the truth.
7 Celestine gifts that a man is not open in humility and
gratitude to understanding, he cannot see, even if he holds them
in his hand.
8 To you, I could show a crystal of power, and you would be
amazed and able to call upon the Celestine powers of Heaven and
Earth that could flow through it. But the high and mighty man
would see only a rock and would not even lower himself to
acknowledge it could be a tool of power. Therefore, for him, it
will forever only be a rock.
9 By their own actions, men mete judgment upon themselves,
whatsoever it shall be, and he who is first shall be last, and
he who is last shall be first.
10 Verily, I have not come for the high and mighty. They cannot
see me for who I am, for they are too proud of whom they think
they are. I have come unto you my humble brethren and unto all
who labor and are heavy laden with the challenges of life.
11 Those who hear my words and plant my teachings in their
hearts will grow a Celestine garden of great delight, and unto
them, I will bring peace and hope and reveal the secrets of