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Autobiography, 32:dear chap, it stood on one leg and went like the devil." I am still pondering that mystery and haveAutobiography, 67:all the time. From my point of view, he was the devil. He had spoken to me once or twice, but I hadBethlehem, 60:or even to the blasphemous wiles of the Devil! Let us enumerate some of these. There are (1) birthBethlehem, 94:men (controlled by the world, the flesh and the devil) into another kingdom which is pictured asBethlehem, 107:into the wilderness, there to be tempted of the devil. Bethlehem, 107:spirit into the wilderness to be tempted of the devil." (St. Matt., III, 17, IV, 1.) This story ofBethlehem, 107:common sense, Christ's divinity, and the devil. Was it possible that Christ could in reality [108]Bethlehem, 108:subject to temptation? What is meant by the devil? And what was the relation of Christ to evil? HadBethlehem, 109:7, 10.) and employed no new powers to combat the devil. He simply utilized the knowledge which HeBethlehem, 110:to face this testing - this triple evil, this devil, such as Christ faced. Three times He wasBethlehem, 111:Second Initiation - The Baptism in Jordan The devil approached Jesus when the forty days ofBethlehem, 112:of the world. [112] Christ was tempted of the devil. Is it necessary in a book such as this to giveBethlehem, 112:such as this to give an interpretation of the devil? Is it not apparent that there are in the worldBethlehem, 112:therefore determining their later beliefs - the devil and Saint Nicholas, or Father Christmas?Bethlehem, 112:whether his life reacts to evil or to good. The devil is the symbol of that which is not humanlyBethlehem, 112:as this other figment of the imagination, the devil with horns and tail, is a reminder of thatBethlehem, 113:Karrer, pp. 121, 122. To this the symbols of the devil and of Father Christmas bear testimony -Bethlehem, 113:the soul and the personality, Christ and the devil. In these last two the problem of the threeBethlehem, 113:the world," (St. John, XVII, 16.) tempted of the devil yet free from wrong reaction to the devil'sBethlehem, 113:of the devil yet free from wrong reaction to the devil's suggestions. Thus He was a free soul,Bethlehem, 114:of evil, and Christ's attitude to the devil was one of uncompromising contradiction. In this HeBethlehem, 114:Christ entered into final combat with the devil. As a human being, [115] in whom the divine spiritBethlehem, 115:He has now to demonstrate to God, to the devil and to humanity the nature of His achievement, andBethlehem, 115:simply mentions that Christ was tempted of the devil, whilst St. John does not refer to them atBethlehem, 116:Each of them begins with "If" on the lips of the devil, and each is met by Christ with the words,Bethlehem, 116:Christ, and such the implications hidden in the devil's threefold "If." [117] Rightly or wrongly,Bethlehem, 117:and our response to the problem presented by the devil. If that Word is remote, deep-hidden by theBethlehem, 117:Word will not be potent enough to withstand the devil. The Word is written in the flesh, defacedBethlehem, 119:with physical forces of such strength that the devil could take advantage of them in an effort toBethlehem, 119:which is pride, was called into activity by the devil in the third temptation, and the illusion ofBethlehem, 119:have synonyms for the flesh, the world and the devil, which constitute the threefold test thatBethlehem, 123:proceedeth out of the mouth of God." "Then the devil taketh him up into the holy city, and settethBethlehem, 123:angle of the souls involved. Christ meets the devil on the ground of His divine nature. If thou artBethlehem, 123:He did not do in the earlier temptation. The devil in this test quotes scripture to his own ends.Bethlehem, 123:the battleground, and it is upon this that the devil casts doubt. The glamor of doubt descends uponBethlehem, 124:such power (because it stated a truth) that the devil temporarily could not reach Him. HeBethlehem, 126:fact upon which Christ took His stand when the devil tempted Him a second time. Bethlehem, 126:Initiation - The Baptism in Jordan "Again, the devil taketh him up into an exceeding high mountain,Bethlehem, 127:germs of temptation, and it was here that the devil next attempted to ensnare the Christ. PeopleBethlehem, 128:the most difficult to handle. The call of the devil was to Christ's ambition. Ambition is, parBethlehem, 128:Christ. By simply recognizing the power of the devil, the material force in the world, as beingBethlehem, 129:knowledge that God was One and God was All. The devil showed Him a picture of diversity, of manyBethlehem, 129:Had Christ succumbed to the enticements of the devil and, from apparent right motive and love ofBethlehem, 131:beholds its image in his breast." Then the devil leaves Him. He could do no more, and ChristBethlehem, 195:the 'Ransom Theory,' which states that the Devil was lawful lord of [196] mankind owing to Adam'sBethlehem, 196:and humanity, of the world, of the flesh and the devil, but at the same time of the kingdom of God.Bethlehem, 212:for the life of the world, the flesh and the devil, which will inject a meaning and a value intoDiscipleship1, 59:of detachment from "the world, the flesh and the devil" of which The New Testament speaks. 3. Love.Discipleship2, 173:speaks of evil and of the destruction of the devil and of the rendering of Satan impotent. ThoseExternalisation, 137:as a whole. Or you can speak of God and the Devil with the same basic implications. For what is manExternalisation, 137:of divinity (God) in a material form (the Devil), and what is matter but the medium through whichHealing, 666:a door into a world of goodness and light; the devil is to man who is dedicated and consecrated toHercules, 3:the lure of the world, the flesh and the devil. There has been built up in the mind of the westernHercules, 4:an end, the [4] flesh ceases to annoy, and the devil comes to an untimely end. And this as theHercules, 108:we find these words: "Your adversary, the devil, like a roaring lion walketh about, seeking whom heIntellect, 168:a sensible object, or by the artifice of the Devil... The other sort of Rapture is, on theIntellect, 258:spiritual man, to the world, the flesh and the devil, as our Christian Scriptures put it? May notMagic, 240:words, death and destruction. Of this type, the Devil is the great prototype. The second rayMagic, 240:It is interesting to note that the work of the Devil, the imprisoner of souls, is beginning to losePatanjali, 107:sense, or the [107] " world, the flesh and the devil") can know, past all controversy and argument,Patanjali, xii:triumph over the world, the flesh and the devil? It is brought about when the physical brain of thePatanjali, xii:man and has arrived at the point of peace. The devil of pride, the personification of the misusedPsychology2, 78:kingdom of earth. The world, the flesh, and the devil. Psychology2, 96:turn his back upon the "world, the flesh and the devil," as the New Testament puts it, and orientPsychology2, 271:The Mysteries of the world, the flesh and the devil (to use the symbolic formal terminology ofPsychology2, 271:unfolding lotus of the soul. The mystery of the devil will eventually be seen to be that of thePsychology2, 630:under that figment of the imagination, the devil or some supreme antichrist, for such an army doesRays, 200:The many voices of the world, the flesh and the devil are no longer distinguished; there is nothing
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