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

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Bethlehem, 23:can the final Death be met and endured. (I Cor., XV, 31.) The Resurrection and Ascension, the finalBethlehem, 23:is thy sting? Oh grave where is thy victory?" (I Cor., XV, 55.) Such are the five great dramaticBethlehem, 35:which is the outstanding message of St. Paul. (I Cor., XV, 31.) Each of us must sooner or laterBethlehem, 190:a death unto life, and a need to "die daily," (I Cor., XV, 31.) as St. Paul says, in order that weBethlehem, 245:in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor., XV, 19.) We are surely on our way towardsBethlehem, 250:dead, the "first fruits of them that slept." (I Cor., XV, 20.) Purpose must underlie pain. AnEducation, 144:heavens" to which the New Testament refers (II Cor. V, 1). It is interesting to note that the OldFire, 166:of fire is "the body incorruptible" (Bible, I Cor., XV, 53.) or indestructible, spoken of by St.Patanjali, 341:which it is not lawful for a man to utter." (I Cor., XII.) This "third heaven" can be understood inPatanjali, 365:"body of Christ," referred to by St. Paul in I. Cor., XII. In this sutra, therefore, it is madePatanjali, xii:the world. He walks free, with shining face (I. Cor. 3) and the light of his countenance is shed
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