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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - GOD
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Autobiography, 50:summations of divine truth. I knew exactly what God wanted and (because of my complete ignorance) IAutobiography, 51:I had, in those days, to learn that "the love of God is broader than the measure of man's mind andAutobiography, 51:kind." But - it was not a really kind God that I proclaimed. God was kind to me because He hadAutobiography, 51:it was not a really kind God that I proclaimed. God was kind to me because He had opened my eyesAutobiography, 51:complete impossibility of verbal inspiration. If God had spoken in English, if Christ had preachedAutobiography, 52:"Path," meaning the Way back to our Source, to God, and to the spiritual center of all life. WhenAutobiography, 60:"Well, then, Alice dear, why not leave him to God?" With that she walked off. I have left manyAutobiography, 60:that she walked off. I have left many people to God since then. Now right here let me go on recordAutobiography, 60:lives and that we live in Him and I know that God is our Father and that, under God's great Plan,Autobiography, 60:I know that God is our Father and that, under God's great Plan, all souls eventually find their wayAutobiography, 61:human techniques very often and I believe that God's way is often the best and that He often leavesAutobiography, 61:in Heaven or hell can come between the love of God and His children. I know that He stays on guardAutobiography, 61:things work together for good to those who love God, and this means that we do not love some farAutobiography, 61:maybe, but just as sure - that we love God. Elise Sandes taught me that by her life and her love,Autobiography, 64:my usual smug, religious reaction, I said, "If God means me to go He will send the money." SheAutobiography, 64:had come from but accepted it as direct from God Himself. The problem of transportation wasAutobiography, 69:of it ignorance, and part of it a surety that God would take care of me. Apparently He did, on theAutobiography, 72:vanish and we shall eventually recognize "one God and Father of all, Who is above all and throughAutobiography, 73:human being naturally and normally turns towards God. I used the sunflower as an illustration ofAutobiography, 78:to the other side and it was this: nature or God takes care of people at these times and theyAutobiography, 78:acted differently. One, in Lucknow, died cursing God and his mother and railing against life, andAutobiography, 81:died for his sins in order to placate any angry God, or unless he became converted, which meantAutobiography, 81:for an eventual change in attitude toward God and the problem of eternal salvation. Let me relateAutobiography, 82:in breadth of vision and in the immensity of God's love and God's preparation for His people. SheAutobiography, 82:of vision and in the immensity of God's love and God's preparation for His people. She little knewAutobiography, 83:all the time long before you English came. Same God loves me as loves you." I have since oftenAutobiography, 83:had confronted me - the problem of the love of God. What had God done about the millions of peopleAutobiography, 83:me - the problem of the love of God. What had God done about the millions of people down the ages,Autobiography, 84:it should be talked about particularly since God used hell so much in which to deposit so manyAutobiography, 85:and hitherto I had only been sorry for them. Was God just as I had pictured Him and, (awfulAutobiography, 85:as I had pictured Him and, (awful thought) if God was as I had pictured Him and if I reallyAutobiography, 85:as I had pictured Him and if I really understood God and what He wanted, could He be God at all -Autobiography, 85:understood God and what He wanted, could He be God at all - because (if I could understand Him) HeAutobiography, 85:I? Was there a hell and if so, why on earth did God send anyone there if it was such an unpleasantAutobiography, 85:if it was such an unpleasant place and He was a God of love? I knew I couldn't do so. I knew IAutobiography, 85:things about Me." Why should I be kinder than God? Did I know more about love than God did and ifAutobiography, 85:kinder than God? Did I know more about love than God did and if [86] I did know more about loveAutobiography, 86:[86] I did know more about love how, then, could God be God, because I would be greater than HeAutobiography, 86:did know more about love how, then, could God be God, because I would be greater than He along someAutobiography, 123:time seemed very far away. I felt deserted by God and man. Let me say here that there is noAutobiography, 123:and understanding of what he thinks God means. But it is a human, finite brain that does theAutobiography, 124:dead, suffering and a sacrifice to an angry God, they will lose the allegiance of comingAutobiography, 124:but they are prepared to believe in the Word of God. Life is so full of movement today, of heroes,Autobiography, 125:and crying and wailing to one's friends. I knew "God helps those who help themselves" but at thisAutobiography, 125:but at this time I admit it seemed to me that God, also, had failed me and I couldn't even goAutobiography, 126:even when claiming to know exactly what God meant and intended, and sought to solve all problems byAutobiography, 126:they fall back upon the trite statement that, "God said." But perhaps He didn't; perhaps theAutobiography, 126:Then came the question in my mind: Why did God speak only to Jews? I knew nothing of the otherAutobiography, 126:head are all numbered." It seemed to me that God was keeping a lot of statistics. I consulted aAutobiography, 127:was that this Biblical statement proved that God was not conditioned by time. I discovered nextAutobiography, 127:piece of ground has not been built over, I told God that I was quite desperate, that I would takeAutobiography, 129:I hove in sight they'd start singing, "Nearer my God to Thee." I didn't like it at first and usedAutobiography, 133:I am sure there is something to numerology, for God, we are told, works through numbers and form,Autobiography, 134:with a feeling of guilt and of disloyalty to God. The idea of the world being nineteen millionAutobiography, 139:or pattern which will be all to the glory of God. I found that race after race of human beings hadAutobiography, 139:a little further upon the path of return to God. I discovered, for the second thing, that there areAutobiography, 140:way belittled Christ. He was, indeed, the Son of God, the First Born in a great family of brothers,Autobiography, 141:as to its truth. This posits an inscrutable God Who sends human souls into incarnation for one lifeAutobiography, 141:upon the decisions of one life. What governs God's decisions as to a man's place and background andAutobiography, 141:I had worried so over the apparent unfairness of God. Why should I have been born in such goodAutobiography, 141:of any kind? I knew now why I could leave him to God; that both he and I in our separate placesAutobiography, 142:some learned preacher or scholar said that God meant this or that that we should accept it. HeAutobiography, 142:and with widely different problems. If God's truth is truth then it will be expansive andAutobiography, 142:inclusive, and not reactionary and exclusive. If God is God, then His divinity will adapt itself toAutobiography, 142:and not reactionary and exclusive. If God is God, then His divinity will adapt itself to theAutobiography, 142:itself to the emerging divinity of the sons of God, and a son of God today may be a very differentAutobiography, 142:divinity of the sons of God, and a son of God today may be a very different expression of divinityAutobiography, 142:different expression of divinity from a son of God five thousand years ago. You will see,Autobiography, 143:close, which is probably why we have such God-awful rows. There is a very strong inner attachmentAutobiography, 162:of frail humanity expressing their ideas of God, His jealousy, His spirit of revenge and a greatAutobiography, 169:and idealistic point of view that because God is love it would be impossible for Him to beAutobiography, 169:Him to be anti-German or anti-Japanese. Because God is love, He had no alternative, or theAutobiography, 172:light and to materialize the kingdom of [172] God on earth, and the attitude of the TheosophicalAutobiography, 179:of the kingdom of souls, or the kingdom of God. It is the mode of the head and of the mind and isAutobiography, 192:right "to enter into the place where the Will of God is known," and when I do I shall need noAutobiography, 192:inquiring about meditation, about the way to God and about the spiritual plan for humanity, so weAutobiography, 197:that they remember that all paths lead to God and that the welfare of the one humanity governs allAutobiography, 197:much church teaching given about the kingdom of God and the kingdom of souls. These are but termsAutobiography, 197:eventually make them members of the Kingdom of God and bring them face to face with Christ. So inAutobiography, 202:of humanity and the unfolding purpose of God. Maybe the solution will come through right educationAutobiography, 215:anything. They had a difficult enough time but God knows I had worse. I had to stand by and seeAutobiography, 235:intentions theoretically accept the fact that God is love and blissfully hope that He will makeAutobiography, 236:angels sang at Bethlehem they said, "Glory to God in the highest" - the final consummation andAutobiography, 237:and creates the medium through which the Sons of God develop. It also concerns the fire of matterAutobiography, 237:techniques followed by the mystical seeker after God in the Occident are identical with thoseAutobiography, 237:At a certain point on the path of return to God all ways meet and then the procedure is uniform forAutobiography, 238:same. When man begins consciously to seek out God and consciously to take himself in hand forAutobiography, 238:and the other has guided the Occident nearer to God. It is this theme that the Tibetan elaboratesAutobiography, 239:of Humanity making its major annual approach to God under the guidance of Christ. The other fullAutobiography, 239:orienting himself finally towards the kingdom of God and consciously endeavoring to tread the pathAutobiography, 262:creation, and the consequent manifestation of God, bring much mental stimulation and mentalAutobiography, 264:They are concerned with the heart approach to God and with the deep human instinct, if haply manAutobiography, 265:in nature, laying the emphasis upon knowing God, and not just upon feeling after a sensed divinity.Autobiography, 266:them - the soul in its own world, the Kingdom of God. The new schools are occupied with moreAutobiography, 274:who have been waiting for the new approach to God and are ready for a more spiritual appeal. TheseAutobiography, 276:of the Plan which, in obedience to the will of God, is increasingly conditioning world affairs. TheAutobiography, 276:happen because of his correct adjustment to God and man, to his unfolding understanding of divineAutobiography, 277:to live the inspired life of a Son of God. 5. The Laws of the Spiritual World are studied and theAutobiography, 278:of the present are interpreted in terms of God's plan and are investigated as a prelude to theAutobiography, 278:calls "the seven spirits before the throne of God"). Thus the synthesis of all manifestation
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