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Selections from “Pistis Sophia” – Chapters 33 to 37, Part 1 of 2

2023-04-14
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Today, we share excerpts from Chapters 33 and 34 of “Pistis Sophia,” where we will hear how Lord Jesus Christ describes His discovery of Pistis Sophia uttering her repentance.

Chapter 33 “It came to pass then, when Jesus had spoken these words to His disciples, that He said to them: ‘This is the song of praise which Pistis Sophia uttered in her first repentance, repenting of her sin, and reciting all which had befallen her. Now, therefore: “Who has ears to hear, let him hear.”’

“I prayed with my soul unto Thee, O Lord; the time of Thy well-liking is [now], O God. In the fullness of Thy grace give ear to my salvation in truth. Save me out of this slime, that I sink not therein; let me be saved from them that hate me, and from the deep of waters. Let not a water-flood submerge me, let not the deep swallow me, let not a well close its mouth above me. Hear me, O Lord, for Thy grace is good; according to the fullness of Thy compassion look down upon me. Turn not Thy face away from Thy servant, for I am oppressed. Hear me quickly, give heed to my soul and deliver it.”

“I am a poor wretch who is heart-broken too; it is the salvation of Thy face which has taken me unto itself. I will praise the name of God in the ode, and exalt it in the song of thanksgiving. This shall please God better than a young bull which puts forth horns and hoofs. May the wretched see and make merry; seek ye God, that your souls may live. For God has heard the wretched and despises not the prisoners. Let Heaven and Earth praise the Lord, the sea and all that is therein. For God will save Zion, and the cities of Judæa will be built up, and they will dwell there and inherit it. The seed of his servants shall possess it, and they who love His name shall dwell therein.”

CHAPTER 34 “It came to pass then, when Jesus had heard Mary speak these words, that He said to her: ‘Well said, Mary, blessed one, the fullness, or all-blessed fullness, thou who shall be sung of as blessed in all generations.’”
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