The Essene Gospel of Peace & 1 Cor 13 (Love...)

Read the following - it's an excerpt from The Essene Gospel of Peace - although it's been inserted in 1 Cor 13 in the Bible and then made to appear that Paul was the author of it!

"Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am become as sounding brass or a tinkling cymbal. Though I tell what is to come, and know all secrets, and all wisdom; and though I have faith strong as the storm which lifts mountains from their seat, but have not love, I am nothing. And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and give all my fire that I have received from my Father, but have not love, I am in no wise profited. Love is patient, love is kind. Love is not envious, works not evil, knows not pride; is not rude, neither selfish; is slow to anger, imagines no mischief; rejoices not in injustice, but delights in justice. Love defends all, love believes all, love hopes all, love bears all; never exhausts itself; but as for tongues they shall cease, and, as for knowledge, it shall vanish away. For we have truth in part, and error in part, but when the fullness of perfection is come, that which is in part shall be blotted out. When a man was a child he spoke as a child, understood as a child, thought as a child; but when he became a man he put away childish things. For now we see through a glass and through dark sayings. Now we know in part, but when we are come before the face of God, we shall not know in part, but even as we are taught by him. And now remain these three: faith and hope and love; but the greatest of these is love. 


More about the Essene Gospel of Peace (an ancient manuscript) : 

"Perhaps even more important is the fact that the below Essene Gospel of Peace was found hidden away in the Vatican Library and removed by a priest because he believed the world should know the truth.   In deep states of meditation, among the many things that I was taught in the presence of the Being of Light in the realm of souls (see ), was the fact that hidden away in the Vatican Library is copies of ancient manuscripts that are far older and more pure than anything we make our biblical translations from today.  When I asked why the Roman Church does not make these manuscripts available to Christians today, I was told that they (the church) believes that they are the sole keepers of the truth -- that these scriptures do not belong to those who are outside Roman Catholicism.  They believe that genuine followers of Christ will be a part of their Church -- a priest dedicated to the furtherance of what they consider God's true Church -- and they therefore believe that they alone have been entrusted with the ultimate truths of the teachings of The Way, and the secrets of the Kingdom belong only to them. "  





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