[1.14.4] And now behold and bear what happened when the pious Abel had finished his prayer, which was pleasing to Me. A cooling breeze began to blow over the barren desert and light clouds covered the expanse of heaven. It began to rain upon the entire desert and together with the rain seeds of all kinds fell into the little furrows that had formed thanks to the frequent heavy rains of Jehovah in the otherwise barren sand. And in an instant the wide desert had become green with grass, plants, shrubs and trees in a great variety in their thousands. In the spot where the pious Abel was kneeling and praying to Me in spirit and in truth, a tall tree grew up almost to the clouds with wide-spread branches and broad leaves full of breadfruits of a pleasant and sweet taste. It was named 'Bahahania' (or 'Strength and Refreshment for the Weak'), still today known to you as 'breadfruit tree'.
[1.14.5] And from the light clouds dripping with blessings, a gentle voice spoke to the pious Ahbel: "Ahbel, thou My dear, liberated son, swing with your left hand the sword over the sleeping, and raise them to repentance and betterment of their actions before Me in future, and be a true example of Him who will come during the great time of the times, and tell them that until then no one will be freed from the law, and that the commandments will hold captive all those until then and even beyond, who will not be partakers of the new-birth by the Son, who will be the way, the light, the truth and the eternal life as the sole conqueror of death.