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Autobiography, 280:kingdoms; it is sometimes called the Kingdom of God and sometimes the Spiritual Hierarchy of ourAutobiography, 281:this leads inevitably to the acknowledgement of God Transcendent, and of God Immanent. It is rightAutobiography, 281:the acknowledgement of God Transcendent, and of God Immanent. It is right that the terminologiesAutobiography, 287:which the Christian teaching of the Kingdom of God surely refers. If this premise is true, then theAutobiography, 287:ordered progression from the tiniest atom up to God Himself. Little of this is taught in theAutobiography, 288:the Plan of which It is Custodian. This Plan, God Transcendent, is working out through theAutobiography, 288:these processes eventually reveal the fact of God Immanent. Students are under no compulsion toAutobiography, 289:under the laws which govern the Kingdom of God. Much teaching has gone out during the past threeAutobiography, 289:to bring into manifestation the Kingdom of God and to demonstrate right human relations. Such aAutobiography, 291:preoccupied with the "things of the Kingdom of God" and has no time to spare for the imposition ofAutobiography, 292:of the Axis powers was contrary to the Plan of God, that it was in opposition to the SpiritualAutobiography, 293:spiritual effort is to establish the Kingdom of God on earth, then all physical plane events becomeAutobiography, 294:it necessary to present? That the Kingdom of God, the Spiritual Hierarchy of our planet, can andAutobiography, 294:down the ages and that from cycle to cycle God has revealed Himself to humanity. [295] That GodAutobiography, 295:God has revealed Himself to humanity. [295] That God Transcendent is equally God Immanent, and thatAutobiography, 295:humanity. [295] That God Transcendent is equally God Immanent, and that through human beings, whoAutobiography, 295:human beings, who are in truth the sons of God (if the words of Christ and all the world TeachersAutobiography, 295:These laws are expressions of the will of God. That the basic law of our universe is to be seen inAutobiography, 295:universe is to be seen in the manifestation of God as Love. Upon these eight fundamentals all theAutobiography, 302:the hour of crisis. It is abundantly clear that God's Plan for man is for humanity to achieve itsBethlehemby Arthur Weigall, p. 16 The kingdom of God is now in process of rapid formation, as all those withBethlehemparticipation, consciously, in the kingdom of God. [viii] The conscious evocation of the ChristBethlehem, viii:and our rapid integration into the kingdom of God are the immediate tasks ahead, embodying ourBethlehem, ix:KEY THOUGHT "There is a human desire for God; but there is also a Divine desire for man. God is theBethlehem, ix:God; but there is also a Divine desire for man. God is the supreme idea, the supreme concern andBethlehem, ix:the supreme concern and the supreme desire of God. The problem of God is a human problem. TheBethlehem, ix:and the supreme desire of God. The problem of God is a human problem. The problem of man is aBethlehem, ix:is a Divine problem... Man is the counterpart of God and His beloved from whom He expects theBethlehem, ix:Man is the other person of the Divine mystery. God needs man. It is God's will not only that HeBethlehem, ix:of the Divine mystery. God needs man. It is God's will not only that He should Himself exist, butBethlehem, 4:though His teaching upon the Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man is endorsed by the bestBethlehem, 5:The Wisdom which expresses relationship to God, the rules of the road which guide our wanderingBethlehem, 5:processes which are the destiny of every son of God. Because of this submission and because HeBethlehem, 5:(Hebrews, V, 8) He could be trusted to reveal God to man, and (may we say it?) the divine in man toBethlehem, 5:man, and (may we say it?) the divine in man to God. For the Gospels [6] show us that continuouslyBethlehem, 6:it the religion of Christ must, and does, fit. God has never left Himself without witness, and HeBethlehem, 7:of the divine message as it went forth from God in response to the need of man, down the ages. TheBethlehem, 8:connected, and their depths have their roots in God. "Therefore, no spiritual form can ever be anBethlehem, 10:stands wide open; the way into the kingdom of God has been clearly pointed out. Many in the pastBethlehem, 10:could be initiated into the mysteries of God. A new unfoldment in consciousness is now possible; aBethlehem, 11:cycle will have - through the loving-kindness of God - its religion of religions, synthesizing allBethlehem, 12:rapid following in the footsteps of the Son of God? This is one of the points which concern us andBethlehem, 13:more adequately, and thus to bring the will of God into fruition on earth. It is their innerBethlehem, 13:detail in the lives of earlier messengers from God. These proved facts should surely evoke from usBethlehem, 14:His work, transmuted emotion into Love. As "God is Love," the comprehension that Christ revealedBethlehem, 14:comprehension that Christ revealed the love of God makes clear the magnitude of the task HeBethlehem, 17:stages and method whereby identification with God can be brought about. This sentence gives us theBethlehem, 18:peace; and that he might reconcile both unto God in one body, having slain the enmity in himself."Bethlehem, 20:of divinity. If all that we now know of God is all that can be known, the divinity of God is but aBethlehem, 20:of God is all that can be known, the divinity of God is but a limited matter. What the newBethlehem, 20:and unknown? Can there not be revelations of God utterly unprecedented, and for which we have noBethlehem, 21:can now pass intelligently into the kingdom of God through the process of initiation. The fact thatBethlehem, 21:again and again down the ages, proves that God has never left Himself without witness and thatBethlehem, 21:all the kingdoms of nature, proves the fact of God and is our eternal hope. Humanity stands at theBethlehem, 22:precept, now receives them into the presence of God. Such has ever been the experience, the uniformBethlehem, 22:man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." (St. John, III, 3.) The Baptism in Jordan.Bethlehem, 24:and it is in pure love that our relation to God and to each other consists. "For the love of God isBethlehem, 24:God and to each other consists. "For the love of God is broader than the measure of man's mind, andBethlehem, 24:and also the hidden attribute of every son of God. Sentiment is emotional and unstable; devotionBethlehem, 24:rarer kind. To cooperate sanely and wisely with God's Plan and to merge one's will in the divineBethlehem, 25:and expressed for us upon earth by the Son of God, the Christ. Initiation is a living process, andBethlehem, 26:of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto [27] a perfect man, unto the measure ofBethlehem, that i:not, that I do. "For I delight in the law of God after the inward man: "But I see another law in myBethlehem, that i:deliver me from the body of this death? "I thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord." (Romans, VII,Bethlehem, 28:can deliverance be found, can unity [28] with God be achieved. Only through the sacrifice ofBethlehem, 28:that the Christ, latent in each son of God, is beginning to control and to lead man into the worldBethlehem, 28:essential values. This world is the kingdom of God, the world of souls, and - when manifested - isBethlehem, 30:in warmth of sunlight streaming The Love of God, encircling all the earth, Then know thyselfBethlehem, 30:man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." (St. John, III, 3.) [33] I. In our discussionBethlehem, 33:by the followers of Mohammed upon the fact of God, the Supreme, the One and Only, was in the natureBethlehem, 33:in order to safeguard man from forgetfulness of God, as he drew nearer to his own latent andBethlehem, 34:and He had been preceded by other great Sons of God. His word may be the life-giving Word for ourBethlehem, 34:child can enter into the light of the kingdom of God. Another crisis is upon us, and for thisBethlehem, 35:a man into the service of the kingdom of God. Down the ages, individuals throughout the world haveBethlehem, 35:to the recognition of the paralleling truth of God transcendent. God in the individual, and God inBethlehem, 35:of the paralleling truth of God transcendent. God in the individual, and God in Christ. God in allBethlehem, 35:of God transcendent. God in the individual, and God in Christ. God in all forms, and God theBethlehem, 35:God in the individual, and God in Christ. God in all forms, and God the informing life of theBethlehem, 35:and God in Christ. God in all forms, and God the informing life of the cosmos, and yet a God WhoBethlehem, 35:God the informing life of the cosmos, and yet a God Who consciously informs a universe as well as aBethlehem, 36:the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. "The same was in theBethlehem, 36:Word and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. "The same was in the beginning with God. "AllBethlehem, 36:was God. "The same was in the beginning with God. "All things were made by Him, and without Him wasBethlehem, 37:knowledge." - The Mystery of the Kingdom of God, by Albert Schweitzer, pp. 28, 29. Always the WordBethlehem, 39:His perfected humanity; He has linked us to God through His expressed divinity. Bethlehem, 39:But in completed man begins anew A tendency to God. Prognostics told Man's near approach; so inBethlehem, 41:the fifth or spiritual kingdom, the kingdom of God. Christ came to reveal the way into thatBethlehem, 42:King of Salem, Priest of the Most High God [43] ...was, in the first place, as His Name means, KingBethlehem, 43:technique of the entrance into the kingdom of God. That kingdom exists, and birth into it is asBethlehem, 44:and meet with Christ. Within ourselves we find God. In the cave of the heart the divine life can beBethlehem, 45:The "infant life," newborn into the kingdom of God, starts on the struggle and the experience whichBethlehem, 45:man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God,' and this birth is spoken of as that 'of waterBethlehem, 46:to make the great transition into the kingdom of God. Man can now pass on into the kingdom andBethlehem, 47:[47] initiate in the mysteries of the kingdom of God, make the new step possible. The moment isBethlehem, 47:that it may become apparent that, as children of God, we can all participate in what the ChristBethlehem, 49:traced quite clearly in the development of the God idea. First, God was a far-away, anthropomorphicBethlehem, 49:in the development of the God idea. First, God was a far-away, anthropomorphic Deity, unknown andBethlehem, 49:forces of nature. As time elapsed, this distant God drew a little nearer to His people, taking on aBethlehem, 49:as the Buddha. Then the Christ came to the West. God Himself was seen incarnate among men. TheBethlehem, 49:and wonder could now be known and loved. Today God is coming closer still, and the new age will not
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