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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - GOD
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Bethlehem, 49:added the ultimate revelation of the Presence of God in the human heart, of Christ born in man, andBethlehem, 49:human being manifesting, in truth, as a son of God. In a consideration of the unfoldment ofBethlehem, 50:to glory until the omniscient cosmic Son of God can be seen, expressing Himself through every sonBethlehem, 50:real values and arrive at a truer knowledge of God. The mystery of the new birth confronts him, andBethlehem, 50:and in the race, and thus can the kingdom of God on earth be brought into being. Bethlehem, 51:and the life which we can live in the kingdom of God. Humanity is on the first stage of its journeyBethlehem, 52:divinity, of the spirit of life, the breath of God. What the new Word will be which will "comeBethlehem, 52:through the new birth, enter into the kingdom of God. It is this Word which will quicken into lifeBethlehem, 53:do. This Vision is spoken of as "the vision of God," but it is expressed to man in terms of God'sBethlehem, 53:of God," but it is expressed to man in terms of God's will and the completeness of that which GodBethlehem, 53:of God's will and the completeness of that which God intends. We are intended to be initiate intoBethlehem, 53:into the mystery of that will. The vision of God is the vision of God's Plan. No man has seen GodBethlehem, 53:of that will. The vision of God is the vision of God's Plan. No man has seen God at any time. TheBethlehem, 53:God is the vision of God's Plan. No man has seen God at any time. The revelation of God comesBethlehem, 53:man has seen God at any time. The revelation of God comes through the revelation of Christ. "PhilipBethlehem, 53:8, 9.) Christ revealed in Himself the will of God and gave to humanity a vision of God's Plan forBethlehem, 53:the will of God and gave to humanity a vision of God's Plan for the world, this Plan [54] being theBethlehem, 54:[54] being the coming of the kingdom. He was God, and the word of God went forth from Him. ManBethlehem, 54:of the kingdom. He was God, and the word of God went forth from Him. Man lives by the incarnationBethlehem, 54:forth from Him. Man lives by the incarnation of God in himself. By passing through the gate of theBethlehem, 55:life, what a man could be and was. The Son of God is also the Son of Man! This fact has, perhaps,Bethlehem, 55:Apostle as he portrayed Christ as the Son of God Who speaks divinely, we have fallen down in loveBethlehem, 56:of those physical events, and all the time God Himself speaks, "Hear ye Him." Another point whichBethlehem, 56:so coming to earth and taking human incarnation, God testified to His faith in the divinity whichBethlehem, 56:to His faith in the divinity which is in man. God had sufficient confidence in men and in theirBethlehem, 56:divinity warranted an expression of divinity. So God acted. Dean Inge, when writing upon the worksBethlehem, 56:with an experience." These words are true of God and of man. God had such faith in man's innateBethlehem, 56:These words are true of God and of man. God had such faith in man's innate spirituality - and whatBethlehem, 57:developed into experience! Such was the faith of God in humanity. The Christian faith, in spite ofBethlehem, 57:unintelligent churchmen, has brought together God and man, blended in the Christ, and so presentedBethlehem, 57:(which is the basis of our faith in the love of God) there have been, as we have seen, many WordsBethlehem, 57:Words sent forth from the Center. Many Sons of God, down the ages, have given to humanity aBethlehem, 57:of the "heights of possibility," interpreting God's Plan to the race in terms suited to each ageBethlehem, 57:its dramatic quality and its repeated happening, God impresses upon the hearts of men certain greatBethlehem, 57:One of these truths is that the love of God is eternal, and that His love for His people has beenBethlehem, 58:have given. The majority of these great Sons of God were, curiously enough, born in a cave andBethlehem, 61:(11) [61] the Crucifixion and death of the Lamb-God, on Good Friday, three days before Easter;Bethlehem, 61:September), corresponding to the movement of the god through Virgo; there is the conflict of ChristBethlehem, 61:the end will stand amazed at the persistence of God's love and the willingness to sacrificeBethlehem, 61:to sacrifice Themselves which all these Sons of God manifest. It is therefore wise and timely toBethlehem, 61:Star of the Sea, Queen of Heaven, Mother of God. We see her, in pictures, standing on the crescentBethlehem, 64:mythologies, for man is an animal, plus a god, and therefore a human being. Then He Who shall comeBethlehem, 64:Thus as "the heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament sheweth His handiwork," (PsalmBethlehem, 65:of the life-story of other teachers sent from God. For instance, we read: "Among the thirty-twoBethlehem, 66:or set Himself apart (as do all awakened sons of God) for the work of redemption. He came to feedBethlehem, 67:analysis, it is through form and matter that God stands revealed. That is the story of the divineBethlehem, 68:is the symbol of the building-creative aspect of God the Father. In these three people, Joseph, theBethlehem, 68:divine Triplicity symbolized and represented, God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit,Bethlehem, 68:symbolized and represented, God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit, or Matter informedBethlehem, 68:and represented, God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit, or Matter informed by Deity,Bethlehem, 68:Today the teaching of the Path and of the Way to God is engrossing the attention of the aspirantsBethlehem, 70:a threefold Word sounded forth. "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will towardBethlehem, 70:as our planet be indeed of such interest to God that He permitted this great experiment to be triedBethlehem, 70:it can warrant the angels in singing: "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good willBethlehem, 70:which we call a planet, indwelt likewise by God, is of vital moment in the plans of God Himself.Bethlehem, 70:by God, is of vital moment in the plans of God Himself. This would give meaning to life; it is onlyBethlehem, 71:among men. When this has taken place, then will God be glorified. The expression of our divinityBethlehem, 71:activity and a recognition of the Plan of God, for that Plan is synthesis; that Plan is fusion;Bethlehem, 71:at-one-ment. Then Christ will be all in all, and God the Father will be glorified. This must beBethlehem, 71:must be brought about by a living union with God through Christ - through the historical Christ WhoBethlehem, 71:- through the historical Christ Who revealed God, and through the individual Christ, hidden inBethlehem, 71:realization of this is needed today. Christ in God. God in Christ. Christ in you and Christ in me.Bethlehem, 71:of this is needed today. Christ in God. God in Christ. Christ in you and Christ in me. This is [72]Bethlehem, 72:understanding, and of the deep recognition of God. Then His impress and His life can be seenBethlehem, 72:it) will everywhere be recognized. The life of God is today agitating the minds of men and causingBethlehem, 73:which must be consecrated to the service of God and of man. Frankincense symbolizes the emotionalBethlehem, 73:aspiration must rise as incense to the feet of God. Incense is also a symbol of purification, ofBethlehem, 73:and leaves only the essence for the blessing of God. Myrrh or bitterness relates to the mind. It isBethlehem, 73:as an instrument whereby we approach nearer to God. Then we can offer to God that rare andBethlehem, 73:we approach nearer to God. Then we can offer to God that rare and wonderful gift of a mind madeBethlehem, 74:in Christ - the righteousness which comes from God through faith... I do not say that I haveBethlehem, 74:on the goal, I push on to secure the prize of God's heavenward call in Christ Jesus. Therefore letBethlehem, 74:in any respect you think differently, that also God will make clear to you. But whatever be theBethlehem, 75:in spirit, filled with wisdom, and the grace of God was upon Him." (St. Luke, II, 39, 40.) StudentsBethlehem, 76:mind and He began, as all truly initiate sons of God must perforce do, to function as God'sBethlehem, 76:sons of God must perforce do, to function as God's messenger as soon as the Vision was recognized,Bethlehem, 76:in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man." (St. Luke, II, 51, 52.) [77] Frequently inBethlehem, 77:itself elsewhere. We must live as sons of God in the setting - uninteresting, drab and sometimesBethlehem, 78:upon the path of discipleship, the next step to God. Until aspirants grasp this essential fact andBethlehem, 79:they are doing. We need to walk silently with God, to keep ourselves, as personalities, in theBethlehem, 80:and in the fact that "we are all the children of God," because "one is our Father," and His callBethlehem, 81:demand of the soul for a nearer approach to God and a fuller expression of divinity; and yet "everyBethlehem, 82:20-23.) This is the doctrine of the At-one-ment; God, immanent in the universe - the cosmic Christ.Bethlehem, 82:immanent in the universe - the cosmic Christ. God, immanent in humanity, revealed through theBethlehem, 82:revealed through the historical Christ. God, immanent in the individual, the indwelling Christ, theBethlehem, 83:being is the "Word incarnate," [83] the Son of God made flesh. This is "Christ in us, the hope ofBethlehem, 88:with the existing universe, and therefore with God, immanent in nature. The physical body enablesBethlehem, 88:the heart that we find our way to the Heart of God. Only through love can Love be revealed. WhenBethlehem, 88:it is brought en rapport with the Mind of God, the Universal Mind, the Purpose, the Plan and theBethlehem, 88:Mind, the Purpose, the Plan and the Will of God. Through the illumined mind of man, the Mind ofBethlehem, 88:Thus man is seen as "made in the image of God." (Gen., I, 26.) [89] At the second initiation ChristBethlehem, 89:At the second initiation Christ stood before God, the Initiator, with all these aspects purifiedBethlehem, 89:satisfactory conclusion. This He had to prove to God and man through the purification which theBethlehem, 90:of Love, which is the outstanding quality of God. Other aspects, qualities and purposes of theBethlehem, 90:had been revealed by earlier incarnations of God, and appeared as the race reached the point in itsBethlehem, 90:Moses revealed the Law, calling men to recognize God as the principle of justice, even if it mayBethlehem, 90:- had not been revealed before Christ came. God is love, and in the fullness of time thisBethlehem, 90:it can be seen also in the disposition of God towards humanity, as revealed to us through Christ.Bethlehem, 90:it is the principle upon which the kingdom of God is founded. [91] Bethlehem, 92:Christ gave the greatest of all ideas - that God is Love, and that love could manifest in human
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