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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - GOD
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Bethlehem, 92:to man's essential divinity, speaking of God as "our Father," as He was the Father of Christ. ItBethlehem, 92:that ever could appear. One dare not so limit God. Under the evolutionary revelation of the natureBethlehem, 92:is still inadequate to grasp the fullness of God? May not our mechanism of perception requireBethlehem, 92:idea of their possible outline. Otherwise God would be limited and static, and unable to do moreBethlehem, 93:shall we dare to say that no more is possible to God, when we are ready to receive it? For this weBethlehem, 93:and we have reached an impasse which God Himself would seem unable to transcend. This we cannotBethlehem, 93:therefore be progressive. If we can believe that God is inclusive of all forms and of that whichBethlehem, 93:initiation we became citizens of the kingdom of God which Christ came to establish as a fact in theBethlehem, 94:broader than that of the individual and God - the synthesis of the kingdom of God? What do theseBethlehem, 94:and God - the synthesis of the kingdom of God? What do these words mean? We have talked of theBethlehem, 95:which are not human. Members of the kingdom of God will surely embody the heritage of fourBethlehem, 95:of them "one new man." He founded the kingdom of God on earth, and produced a synthesis of all theBethlehem, 96:He appeared before them as Son of Man and Son of God, and having proved to them Who He was, HeBethlehem, 96:He demonstrated this integration not only as God-Man, but as the One Who enfolded in HisBethlehem, 96:were opened unto Him, and He saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, and lighting upon Him.Bethlehem, 97:are the pure in heart: for they shall see God." (St. Matt., V, 8.) In an ancient treatise uponBethlehem, 100:and dedicate it to the life of the kingdom of God, which is consummated at the third initiation.Bethlehem, 101:Concordance that the name John means "which God gave," and in the three names which appear togetherBethlehem, 101:Christ, the divine indwelling Son of God, able now to manifest in Jesus, because Jesus hasBethlehem, 101:its reward. It was at this initiation that God Himself proclaimed His Son to be the One in Whom HeBethlehem, 102:heart's desire. He knows himself to be a son of God, therefore recognition is accorded to him. ThisBethlehem, 102:to serve, to suffer and to found the kingdom of God. The expansion of consciousness was immediateBethlehem, 102:to him - namely, that he was the One whom God had destined to be the Messiah. With this revelationBethlehem, 102:Affliction." - The Mystery of the Kingdom of God, by Albert Schweitzer, p. 354. To the man JesusBethlehem, 102:which attend the path of every conscious son of God. The same writer says: "In Jesus' messianicBethlehem, 103:the trial of suffering he must become what God had destined him to be. His messianic consciousnessBethlehem, 103:illuminations which come to all the sons of God who are in process of awakening to their divineBethlehem, 104:develops that inner radiance which enables all God's children to say, with Christ: "I am the LightBethlehem, 104:V, 16.) This light, in its seven stages, reveals God - God in nature, God in Christ, God in man. ItBethlehem, 104:This light, in its seven stages, reveals God - God in nature, God in Christ, God in man. It is theBethlehem, 104:its seven stages, reveals God - God in nature, God in Christ, God in man. It is the cause of theBethlehem, 104:reveals God - God in nature, God in Christ, God in man. It is the cause of the mystical visionBethlehem, 104:written and taught, and to which the lives of God's saints in both hemispheres have ever testified.Bethlehem, 104:possibility lying ahead. He caught a glimpse of God, and from that minute the light from God waxedBethlehem, 104:of God, and from that minute the light from God waxed more and more intense. There is an ancientBethlehem, 104:of our humanity to emerge into the very Light of God Himself. St. Paul perhaps touched this truthBethlehem, 104:and divine, latent and yet emanating from God, Christ saw the vision, and that vision demonstratedBethlehem, 105:founded upon divine quality, and emanates from God. It is a glimpse into the kingdom of God, and aBethlehem, 105:from God. It is a glimpse into the kingdom of God, and a revelation of the path to be trodden onBethlehem, 105:which enables us to realize that "the Kingdom of God is a state of the soul, coming from the spiritBethlehem, 105:the Cross, he stands forth the perfected Son of God. An initiation is that moment in which a manBethlehem, 106:from all aspirants to the kingdom. The spirit of God descended as a dove upon him. The dove is everBethlehem, 106:Thus, in the form of a dove, the peace of God descended upon Jesus. Secondly, the essentialBethlehem, 106:New Testament stands for the spiritual man, for God made flesh, and for the birth of that which theBethlehem, 106:Mount of Transfiguration, He faced the World as God. But in this initiation, He stood on a levelBethlehem, 107:it symbolizes the form of the kingdom of God. But this is not the kingdom of the theologians. It isBethlehem, 108:meet these temptations as the omnipotent Son of God, or did He meet them as a man and thereforeBethlehem, 108:a man, and when He was functioning as the Son of God. Some believe that He was simultaneously both,Bethlehem, 108:that He was simultaneously both, and was "very God of very God," (Athanasian Creed.) and yetBethlehem, 108:simultaneously both, and was "very God of very God," (Athanasian Creed.) and yet essentially andBethlehem, 110:He was alone with Himself, standing between God and the Evil One. Through what agency could thisBethlehem, 110:- into one last effort to control the Son of God. Evil is thus constituted, and we shall all someBethlehem, 111:of the Kingdom." (The Mystery of the Kingdom of God, by Albert Schweitzer, p. 235.) Christ facedBethlehem, 111:religious spirit to have felt forsaken, even by God." (Religion in the Making, by A. N. Whitehead,Bethlehem, 112:he therefore stands to man as a reminder of God, just as this other figment of the imagination, theBethlehem, 112:and tail, is a reminder of that which is not God, that which is not divine. "The key is supplied byBethlehem, 113:the characteristics, one of man and the other of God. That which emphasizes our finite nature is ofBethlehem, 113:of humanity, that which is comprehensive is of God. We shall see, in our study of these threeBethlehem, 114:the mental processes. Such is [114] the will of God for each and all of us, and the writer quotedBethlehem, 114:all of us, His younger brothers, equally sons of God. Therefore, as a whole man and yet utterlyBethlehem, 115:evil in His own humanity (when viewed apart from God) and emerged victorious. Let us not attempt toBethlehem, 115:Let us not attempt to divorce these two - God and man - when we think of Christ. Some thinkersBethlehem, 115:of their divinity and of the Fatherhood of God. At the same time, the more deeply they appreciateBethlehem, 115:Him to be the Master of all the Masters, very God of very God, and the Teacher alike of Angels andBethlehem, 115:the Master of all the Masters, very God of very God, and the Teacher alike of Angels and of men.Bethlehem, 115:and approved. He has now to demonstrate to God, to the devil and to humanity the nature of HisBethlehem, 116:came to him, he said, If thou be the Son of God command that these stones be made bread. But heBethlehem, 116:every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God." (St. Matt., IV, 2, 3, 4.) There are twoBethlehem, 116:can we do, or not do, because we are sons of God? That the details of each difficulty, test andBethlehem, 116:the angle of that theory. For a perfected son of God, such as the Christ, or for the man nearingBethlehem, 117:of theology. Truth, for the perfected sons of God, must be something beyond our dreams, of so deepBethlehem, 117:"The Bible says." He meant that the signature of God was upon Him; that He was the Word, and thatBethlehem, 119:the threefold test that confronts every son of God on the verge of liberation. "If thou be the SonBethlehem, 119:the verge of liberation. "If thou be the Son of God command that these stones be made bread." LetBethlehem, 120:and conditions which we want. We are sons of God and are entitled to all these things. Command thatBethlehem, 120:of the spiritual life which (coming forth from God) pours into, and is the life of, the lower man.Bethlehem, 120:as souls, when our inner life is oriented to God, not because of what we can receive but because weBethlehem, 121:so triumphantly met. We live by the life of God. Let that life flow in "more abundantly" upon usBethlehem, 122:to teaching them the rules of the kingdom of God. Men can be trusted to take what they want. TheyBethlehem, 123:Christ's parable. (St. Matt., XII, 45.) Unless God indwells the house, when cleaned, and unless ourBethlehem, 123:every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God." "Then the devil taketh him up into the holyBethlehem, 123:and saith unto him, If thou be the Son of God, cast thyself down; for it is written, He shall giveBethlehem, 123:written again, Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God." (St. Matt., IV, 5, 6, 7.) It is essentialBethlehem, 123:of His divine nature. If thou art the Son of God, take advantage of the Fatherhood of God, and castBethlehem, 123:Son of God, take advantage of the Fatherhood of God, and cast thyself down. This temptation isBethlehem, 123:Crucifixion assailed Him now. Was He the Son of God? Had He a mission, after all? Was His attitudeBethlehem, 124:reach Him. He practically said: "I am the Son of God. Thou mayest not tempt me." He took His standBethlehem, 125:glamor, but does not and cannot endure. Perhaps God is just a name for everything that is, and, forBethlehem, 125:us; and then to rest back upon the experience of God. If for one brief minute we have been in theBethlehem, 125:one brief minute we have been in the Presence of God and known it, that is real. If the Presence ofBethlehem, 125:and known it, that is real. If the Presence of God in the human heart has at any moment, for anBethlehem, 126:bring to bear upon the problems of humanity, of God and of the soul, not only the clear cool lightBethlehem, 126:the potency of past experience. If the sense of God has persisted in the world for untold ages, andBethlehem, 126:persistent through them all runs the thread of God's Plan. Steadily through them all, the soul ofBethlehem, 126:it is written Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou serve." (Matt., IV, 8,Bethlehem, 126:All His desires were directed towards God; every activity of His [127] nature was rightly adjustedBethlehem, 127:the glamor. Pure desire was left - desire for God. He had been tried in two aspects of His nature -Bethlehem, 127:nature - the material and the divine - and as God-Man He overcame the evil one. Primarily, bothBethlehem, 128:consciousness, the founding of the kingdom of God might be indefinitely delayed. This temptationBethlehem, 129:What intervened was His knowledge that God was One and God was All. The devil showed Him a picture
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