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

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Bethlehem, 82:their word; that they all may be one; as thou, Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they all mayBethlehem, 83:mediaeval mystics. It is Eckhart who says: 'The Father speaks the Word into the soul, and when theBethlehem, 92:Christ in all, mediates between the spirit (the Father) and the human being. Christ emphasized thisBethlehem, 92:essential divinity, speaking of God as "our Father," as He was the Father of Christ. It was theBethlehem, 92:speaking of God as "our Father," as He was the Father of Christ. It was the light which He came toBethlehem, 94:for man. We recognize the unity He felt with the Father, and that He has called us to a similarBethlehem, 103:light of His soul and by the recognition of the Father. Though, as recorded in the New Testament,Bethlehem, 106:from Heaven streamed upon the Christ, and His Father spoke those words which have sounded down theBethlehem, 112:later beliefs - the devil and Saint Nicholas, or Father Christmas? These names embody opposingBethlehem, 112:it is called murder, and he is duly punished. Father Christmas is the embodiment of that which isBethlehem, 113:122. To this the symbols of the devil and of Father Christmas bear testimony - embodiments of theBethlehem, 129:one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, andBethlehem, 136:into the divine Nature. We do not yet know the Father. Christ revealed Him, but the Father HimselfBethlehem, 136:know the Father. Christ revealed Him, but the Father Himself remains as yet behind the scenes,Bethlehem, 145:ours, is entirely possible. The nature of the Father remains still to be known; some of itsBethlehem, 145:Christ revealed the love-nature in the Father. Through His Person, He revealed the purpose andBethlehem, 148:reflection of the highest aspect of deity, the Father, or Spirit, of Whom it is said that our "GodBethlehem, 151:of the world and the glorification of our Father which is in [152] Heaven. (St. Matt., V, 16.) ToBethlehem, 159:three [159] friends, was recognized by God His Father, and received the testimony of Moses andBethlehem, 159:or He cannot. All rests back on God, the Father, the Creator, the One in Whom we live and move andBethlehem, 160:ye him." At the first great episode, God the Father, of Whom the Initiator is the symbol, did notBethlehem, 160:Son, sent into the world, from the bosom of the Father, to carry out the will of God. That whichBethlehem, 162:Christ in each of us which makes us sons of the Father, not His death which makes us sons. NowhereBethlehem, 163:glory which lies, unrevealed as yet, in God the Father. It is only the man who has understoodBethlehem, 171:from Thee, Immeasurable One! Thou art the Father of the world, of things moving and unmoving; ThouBethlehem, 171:Thee, I seek Thy grace, 0 worthy Lord! As the Father his son, the comrade his comrade, the belovedBethlehem, 177:has always been close to the heart of the Father. To quote one writer who seeks to prove thisBethlehem, 213:God and its corollary, the brotherhood of man. "Father," He said. It was this sense of unity withBethlehem, 213:- The Fourth Initiation - The Crucifixion IV. "Father, forgive them; for they know not what theyBethlehem, 214:28.) "It is finished." (St. John, XIX, 30.) "Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit." (St.Bethlehem, 214:Jesus Christ Himself and not, this time, by the Father. Christ spoke a sevenfold word, and in thatBethlehem, 214:the Cross was the fact that Jesus requested His Father to forgive the people who crucified Him; HeBethlehem, 215:Christ tells us two things: That God is our Father, and that we approach Him through Christ. It isBethlehem, 215:the unrealized Christ who can approach the Father. Christ had earned this right because of HisBethlehem, 215:can be crucified) then we too can invoke the Father and call on the spirit, which is God, the lifeBethlehem, 217:was His. Thus in these two Words of power "Father, forgive them for they know not what they do,"Bethlehem, 218:midway between the two - the mother and the Father. Therein is His problem, and therein is [219]Bethlehem, 222:of God shall have found their way back to the Father's home. This thirst for the souls of menBethlehem, 224:moment of His death was prefaced by the words, "Father, into Thy hands I commend my spirit." HisBethlehem, 224:first word and His last begin with the appeal: "Father" - for ever we are the children of God, andBethlehem, 224:One Lord, one faith, one baptism, One God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, andBethlehem, 224:an act of God, a stupendous recognition by the Father of what His [225] Son had done. Spirit andBethlehem, 226:led to believe, and that the heart of God the Father is far kinder [227] than those who have soughtBethlehem, 227:of expressing themselves as sons of the Father. This, many Christians find impossible to accept,Bethlehem, 262:Was He right? If man is divine and a son of the Father, then let us proceed to express thatBethlehem, 266:He said that He came to occupy Himself with His Father's business. He obeyed the call. He did asBethlehem, 268:that we are all the children of the One Father; it is pity and compassion and understanding andBethlehem, 269:Christ listened when He heard a Voice, and the Father spoke to Him. It is the intuitive response ofBethlehem, 281:hands and their hearts to God. The sons of the Father have never forgotten the Father's home, noBethlehem, 281:The sons of the Father have never forgotten the Father's home, no matter how far away they may haveBethlehem, 281:and adequately, and thus "glorify their Father which is in heaven." (Matt., V, 16.) They are notDiscipleship1, XII:his cross in order to find his way back to the Father's home; they picture for us the man who,Discipleship1, 412:of yourself as a child of God, loved by the Father, and a part of his life. Dedicate yourself, as aDiscipleship1, 677:the far country, resulting in the welcome to the Father's Home; pain is the illusion of theDiscipleship1, 677:the Father's Home; pain is the illusion of the Father's disowning, which drives the prodigalDiscipleship1, 677:which drives the prodigal straight to the Father's heart; pain is the cross of utter loss, thatDiscipleship1, 678:waters, as a river, sweep the pilgrim to the Father's Heart. The fires destroy the veil, hiding theDiscipleship1, 678:Heart. The fires destroy the veil, hiding the Father's Face." Discipleship2, 173:mission as World Savior. He then cried aloud: "Father, not my will but thine be done." Those wordsDiscipleship2, 259:recognition which must come of relation to the Father or the Monad. This great dissolution isDiscipleship2, 270:bridge; hence the emphasis upon the Monad, the Father aspect which can now be revealed and known,Discipleship2, 402:which "will measure up to the purpose of the Father." It is this concept which has been travestiedDiscipleship2, 402:when any understanding of the nature of the Father remained a supreme mystery; the whole processDiscipleship2, 403:upon a deeper spiritual perception of the Father or Life Aspect, in place of the rapidlyDiscipleship2, 403:plane) under a law which is set in motion by the Father, but which makes the building activity ofDiscipleship2, 468:and the realization of [468] unity. "I and the Father are One." This constituted the realDiscipleship2, 768:mystery of those who blaze the trail back to the Father's Home! The word goes forth to all the sonsExternalisation, 82:and that we are all the children of the One Father, and if you are convinced that the heart ofExternalisation, 119:to his elder brother, who had not left the Father's home. It is obvious, is it not, from thisExternalisation, 119:from this parable, where the approbation of the Father lay; a careful study of this story and anExternalisation, 162:utterance said that He must be about His Father's business and then at the end of His life,Externalisation, 162:life, reiterated the same thought in the words: "Father, not my will but Thine be done," thusExternalisation, 162:up to the highest plane for He addressed the Father, the first Aspect of Divinity. He then focusedExternalisation, 194:veins; that we are all the children of the one Father and that our failure to recognize this factExternalisation, 287:to Whom Christ referred when He said, "I and My Father are One." The Buddha, the Illumined One, theExternalisation, 287:of the Gods. The Christ, the Son of the Father, the World Savior, the Redeemer. He Who has remainedExternalisation, 391:the fact that He then came in touch with His Father in Heaven. God spoke to Him in terms ofExternalisation, 391:assurance of Christ Himself that God is also our Father. Then the door of possibility opens. We canExternalisation, 404:it is linked with our knowledge of Him as Father. [405] This relationship we call "brotherhood" andExternalisation, 407:read that a Voice spoke to Him, the Voice of the Father was heard by Him, affirming His Sonship andExternalisation, 413:be summarized. He said, when on Earth: "I and my Father are One," and in these words epitomized HisExternalisation, 560:for it or any need of words; recognition of the Father and of monadic being causes all lesserExternalisation, 594:spiritual Beings Who live and dwell in the "Father's House," in the "center where the Will of GodExternalisation, 594:felt but expectancy and preparation. From the Father's House (the Shamballa of the esotericist) theExternalisation, 594:the Christ, the answer has been flung back:, "Father, Thy will be done"; down in our struggling,Externalisation, 594:Thus in the three great spiritual centers - the Father's House, the Kingdom of God, and awakeningExternalisation, 594:- it has given rise to certain activities in the Father's House. These will result in the glory ofExternalisation, 598:the Lord of the World, the Ancient of Days, the Father of all, plus the Creative Energies andExternalisation, 599:and symbolically - link up and represent the Father's House, the Kingdom of God, and Humanity. ToExternalisation, 599:not only the Kingdom of God but also the Father and the Father's Home. There is the Festival ofExternalisation, 599:the Kingdom of God but also the Father and the Father's Home. There is the Festival of Easter; theExternalisation, 602:things shall ye do, because I go unto the Father" (John XIV.12). He here indicates that thisExternalisation, 602:He here indicates that this passing to the Father's House would result in such an inflow ofExternalisation, 604:by the three apostles, a Voice came from the Father's Home in recognition of the revealed divinityExternalisation, 605:thread of the divine Will, as it issued from the Father's House (Shamballa), passed into theExternalisation, 606:almost despair - was submerged in that of the Father. "Father," He said, "not my will but Thine beExternalisation, 606:despair - was submerged in that of the Father. "Father," He said, "not my will but Thine be done."Externalisation, 606:mankind, anchored or established the Father's will on earth and made it possible for intelligentExternalisation, 606:out. Hitherto, that Will had been known in the Father's House; it had been recognized and adaptedExternalisation, 606:out of that Plan. The will-to-good of the Father's House can become the goodwill of the Kingdom of
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