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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - AGONY

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Rays, 523:goal. This constituted the major part of the agony upon the Cross. There was a fusion of agonies atRays, 524:Master Jesus, crucified there, [524] felt the agony of human need and renounced His own life andRays, 524:through a great initiatory experience. The agony of His yearning for revelation and increasedRays, 699:idea associated with the concept of pain, agony, suffering, patience, prolongation and death. YetRays, 702:suffers not at all, and that there is no pain or agony for the Master Who has attained liberation.Rays, 763:the firm and strong endeavor lead to a moment's agony and thence to radiant life. Reappearance, 30:said - the immediate activity of the Christ. The agony of the war, and the distress of the entireReappearance, 53:in the Garden of Gethsemane. Then His will - in agony and almost despair - was submerged in that ofReappearance, 70:give the name of God. No longer need Christ, in agony say, "Father, not my will but Thine be done";Reappearance, 163:the potency of God, and thus end the cycle of agony and distress. The answers to this are many. ItReappearance, 164:corroded with [164] a selfishness which the agony of war has not cured; because the standards of
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