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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - CHRIST
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Bethlehem, 246:must be organized on earth. And still the risen Christ moves among us, often unrecognized, but busyBethlehem, 246:no heaven of peace and rest and inactivity for Christ whilst we remain unsaved; there is surelyBethlehem, 248:of value, which is so amazingly evidenced by Christ, and which was the true reason why He roseBethlehem, 249:of God. It was the demonstration of this that Christ gave. [250] The second thought which should beBethlehem, 250:undeviating direction of His purpose, that led Christ from point to point and enabled Him to openBethlehem, 251:and the attainment of the perfection which Christ inculcated. There is also the doctrine of eternalBethlehem, 251:Initiation - The Resurrection and Ascension Christ died and rose again. He lives. And some peopleBethlehem, 252:resurrection which lies ahead of him, and which Christ expressed, is seen to be something differentBethlehem, 252:we have fitted ourselves to be co-workers with Christ in the kingdom. It is when we lose theBethlehem, 254:of God moves on to fulfilment. The purpose of Christ's life, death and resurrection is on the vergeBethlehem, 254:it can be seen, ushering in the consummation of Christ's work, and bringing to realization HisBethlehem, 257:W. E. Hocking, p. 427. [257] I. We have followed Christ from Bethlehem to Calvary, and through theBethlehem, 257:by past theologians upon the blood sacrifice of Christ; and have arrived at the conclusion that theBethlehem, 258:kingdom of God and the kingdom of man presented. Christ came to give to life a meaning and a value,Bethlehem, 258:and every suffering Son of God who antedated Christ, did two things: First of all, He prepared theBethlehem, 258:things: First of all, He prepared the way for Christ, giving out the teaching that His particularBethlehem, 258:teaching of the Mysteries, which however, before Christ's time, was confined to the very few whoBethlehem, 258:keep it as a day of spiritual remembrance. Then Christ came, and presented to the world, and madeBethlehem, 259:for the Mysteries of initiation, whilst Christ gave us the next stage, and showed us the process ofBethlehem, 259:give birth to, the next kingdom in nature, which Christ called the kingdom of God; this is theBethlehem, 259:of spiritual lives, and herein, uniquely, Christ emerges. He is the founder of that kingdom. HeBethlehem, 260:general good are all products of the emphasis Christ laid upon human divinity and on theBethlehem, 260:but are slowly in process of becoming facts. Christ therefore achieved through His work theBethlehem, 260:of meaning, and, in the Person of the historical Christ, showed us the significance of the cosmicBethlehem, 260:Christ, showed us the significance of the cosmic Christ, the mythic Christ, and the mystical ChristBethlehem, 260:significance of the cosmic Christ, the mythic Christ, and the mystical Christ in the heart of everyBethlehem, 260:Christ, the mythic Christ, and the mystical Christ in the heart of every man. He revealed theBethlehem, 261:made possible the universal recognition which Christ has evoked, nor was the intellect of theBethlehem, 261:a large scale until that time. In these respects Christ and His mission were uniquely important. HeBethlehem, 262:attainment of the three major objectives which Christ held before us. They remain objectives forBethlehem, 262:Christian interpretation is ignored, or when Christ remains unrecognized. How shall we perfect theBethlehem, 262:of dying, and the achieving of resurrection? Christ has provided a definite answer and program forBethlehem, 262:process; whether, by a right understanding of Christ and His teaching, we could so expedite mattersBethlehem, 262:No sacrifice on our part would be too great, if Christ was right in the position He took and in theBethlehem, 262:What is the question that we have to answer? Christ has said that man is divine. Was He right? IfBethlehem, 263:if the testimony of the ages is true, and if Christ came to show us divinity in expression and toBethlehem, 264:and the will to good is present. The teaching of Christ is not obsolete and out of date. It needsBethlehem, 264:our individual relation to the work which Christ expressed and inaugurated, and to deal with theBethlehem, 265:leadership and direction have been given them. Christ blazed the trail and is still waiting for usBethlehem, 265:needed? By learning to be led themselves by Christ, and by following the guidance of the innerBethlehem, 265:by following the guidance of the inner mystical Christ which will inevitably lead them direct toBethlehem, 265:Christ which will inevitably lead them direct to Christ the Initiator. As aspirants to theBethlehem, 265:for failing, for others have gone ahead, and Christ made it all so clear and simple. Obedience toBethlehem, 266:obedience. But this rule was the first which Christ followed, and even when a child, He said thatBethlehem, 266:to the simple fundamental instruction which Christ gave, and to learn to love our brother. Love isBethlehem, 267:spirit (which is outstandingly the spirit of Christ and of those who know Him best) becomes moreBethlehem, 267:and our separative attitudes. We have recognized Christ as the great Server of the race, and haveBethlehem, 267:that are now being made - twenty centuries after Christ left us with the command to follow in HisBethlehem, 269:into the world of thought and ideas to which Christ listened when He heard a Voice, and the FatherBethlehem, 269:those qualities which are characteristic of the Christ in the human heart, the soul, the son of GodBethlehem, 270:is the goal for the man who seeks to stand with Christ in the founding of the kingdom, thusBethlehem, 270:toward this kind of investigation: " 'Though Christ were yearly born in Bethlehem and never HadBethlehem, 271:initiation, and then one can tread the Way that Christ trod from Bethlehem to Calvary. We are humanBethlehem, 271:part of our life expression. This is what Christ came to reveal; it is the Word which He soundedBethlehem, 271:adequate expression of the mystery of man is Christ the God-man. He alone really and finally placesBethlehem, 271:men that man can receive God." (Wrestlers with Christ, by Karl Pfleger, p. 235.) The individualBethlehem, 271:235.) The individual attitude to the example of Christ is therefore obedience to the command thatBethlehem, 271:But the motive must be the one that incited Christ to all His divine activity - the founding of theBethlehem, 273:see divinity on every hand and recognize the Christ in every human being. Bethlehem, 273:to understand what is meant by the Church of Christ, and the meaning of that "cloud of witnesses"Bethlehem, 273:who have discovered the fact of the mystical Christ in their hearts, and are preparing to tread theBethlehem, 274:story and a spirited attention to the words of Christ will make apparent that the three outstandingBethlehem, 275:events which we call the crises in the life of Christ, the five major initiations of the Orient andBethlehem, 275:which rests upon each of us, because, though Christ certainly opened the door into the kingdom, theBethlehem, 275:They move with freedom in either world, and Christ Himself gave us the perfect demonstration [276]Bethlehem, 276:mind; to have everlasting life because Christ died two thousand years ago does not proveBethlehem, 277:have to change in order to express the divine as Christ expressed it, before God can go on to theBethlehem, 278:that we are part of a whole, and that only as Christ enters into recognition by the entire race andBethlehem, 278:created - the fulfiling of the will of God, as Christ fulfiled it. We need to transcend theBethlehem, 278:when such words occur as the above phrase: "As Christ fulfiled it." A book earlier quoted statesBethlehem, 278:quoted states that this idea of a personal Christ must be eclipsed and superseded by Christ as theBethlehem, 278:Christ must be eclipsed and superseded by Christ as the life and hope in all of us. It is only theBethlehem, 279:as truly Christian all who demonstrate the Christ spirit, whether they be Hindu, Mohammedan, orBethlehem, 280:II. Thus step by step we have followed the Christ in His stupendous task, and we have studied theBethlehem, 280:of heaven that the really unique things which Christ did have largely escaped our observation. ThatBethlehem, 280:up to and through the portal of initiation. But Christ was perfect, having (dare we say during someBethlehem, 281:as an embodiment of His remembrance. But Christ came as a special Messenger. He came to found theBethlehem, 281:into the kingdom, but to those who do not know Christ they say: "Little children, love oneBethlehem, 281:They do not condemn those who know nothing of Christ's sacrifice upon the Cross, but they say toBethlehem, 281:who seek the way; "Take up thy cross" and follow Christ. To their fellow disciples they bringBethlehem, 282:would probably not be recognized any more than Christ was), the time has come, and mankind hasBethlehem, 284:- Eros and Psyche, by Benchara Branford, p. 355. Christ emphasizes the same lesson, and always HisBethlehem, 284:inclusive lines, and we must learn to serve as Christ served, to love all men as He loved them and,Destiny, 18:is that of the second Ray of Love Wisdom, Christ's ray. This energy is poured into the worldDestiny, 23:Consciousness Group unity. Ruler: The Christ, The World Savior. Planetary heart center. III.Destiny, 37:over-shadowed and used by His great Ideal, the Christ. In the word "idealism" you have the keynoteDestiny, 38:[38] potentialities. In the appearance of the Christ, the divine ideal for the race, as a whole,Destiny, 38:perfection all the attributes of divinity; the Christ, the absolutely perfect expression ofDestiny, 38:a sixth ray mind - a very rare phenomenon. The Christ had a second ray soul, a sixth rayDestiny, 39:founded upon the love of God. The Buddha and the Christ are still closely connected with, andDestiny, 40:has wandered far from the simplicity which is in Christ. Theologians have lost (if they everDestiny, 40:(if they ever possessed it) the "mind that is in Christ" and the outstanding need of the ChurchDestiny, 40:and to turn upon the world the light that is in Christ, and thus demonstrate the fact of Christ'sDestiny, 40:is in Christ, and thus demonstrate the fact of Christ's eternal livingness, and the beauty and theDestiny, 40:reflections in the truest sense of the living Christ. They relegate theology and authority to theirDestiny, 41:to these higher divine qualities. Even the Christ Himself and other Members of the Great WhiteDestiny, 73:is the polar opposite of Pisces and the infant Christ in Virgo comes to full flower in Pisces. HereDestiny, 133:disciple, was expressed for him in the words of Christ when He said: "I, if I be lifted up, willDestiny, 137:as: The grounding or externalization of the Christ principle in humanity as a whole and upon theDestiny, 139:The second type or grade of Messenger - Christ. Buddha. The sustaining Life, the second or
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