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Atom, 56:is the case is the first chapter of St. John's Gospel, where the words occur: "In the beginning wasAtom, 126:ten years ago, along strictly evangelical or Gospel lines, and meet with a rapid reaction. Here theAutobiography, 54:in army camps and very different to the usual Gospel work to be found in our cities. She had manyAutobiography, 54:stop for the night if out on pass, and also a Gospel-meeting room, equipped with a harmonium,Autobiography, 55:- Chapter II I shall never forget the first Gospel meeting I took. I had been accustomed to a smallAutobiography, 58:eggs had precedence over everything - except the Gospel. My first job each morning, after a quietAutobiography, 60:night (which he liked) and I coaxed him into the Gospel meetings - which he tolerated. I begged himAutobiography, 61:because they had permission for me to hold a Gospel meeting in their A.T.A. room after the canteenAutobiography, 63:writing letters for soldiers, taking endless Gospel meetings, presiding at daily prayer meetings,Autobiography, 75:interviewing the managers, holding endless Gospel meetings, talking to the soldiers about theirAutobiography, 82:up to see me. I had that afternoon spoken at a Gospel meeting in the little village hall and IAutobiography, 92:in good order. I had tried to take the usual Gospel meetings up to the end but I have an idea thatAutobiography, 233:ran so characteristically through the entire Gospel story. His disciples were largely fishermen. HeBethlehem, 3:has failed and that man does not need the Gospel story with its implications of divinity and itsBethlehem, 3:and its urge to service and sacrifice. Is the Gospel story historically true? Is it a mystical taleBethlehem, 7:have agonized over the historical aspects of the Gospel narrative, over the time element, and overBethlehem, 8:There is life and truth and vitality in the Gospel story yet to be reapplied by us. There isBethlehem, 9:book, dealing as it does with the facts of the Gospel story, that fivefold sequential myth whichBethlehem, 11:of some of the deeper significances of the Gospel story may enable the modern seeker to grasp theBethlehem, 11:the life of the Savior, around which the entire Gospel narrative is built, he gave them a wide andBethlehem, 17:This sentence gives us the keynote of the entire Gospel story, and constitutes the theme of thisBethlehem, 18:divine mission, and this is the lesson of the Gospel narrative. Christ therefore not only unifiedBethlehem, 34:and study those episodes related in the Gospel story which vitally concern the individual humanBethlehem, 40:states of consciousness. This is apparent in the Gospel story. [41] Bethlehem, 43:of which the details are given us in the Gospel story, the work is carried on which makes the laterBethlehem, 45:each stage of illumination, as portrayed in the Gospel story, is possible to the disciples of theBethlehem, 55:over the divinity of Christ. Had there been no Gospel but the Gospel of St. [56] John, only HisBethlehem, 55:of Christ. Had there been no Gospel but the Gospel of St. [56] John, only His divinity would haveBethlehem, 58:seed of Joseph, David's descendant. The earliest Gospel, that of St. Mark, dating between A.D. 70Bethlehem, 58:70 and 100, does not mention it; nor does the Gospel of St. John, dating from some time not earlierBethlehem, 59:338. In studying these five initiations of the Gospel story, we find that two of them took place inBethlehem, 65:Myths, by T. W. Doane, p. 5. We are told in the Gospel story that the Virgin Mary, with her husbandBethlehem, 69:her Child. Two asses are found mentioned in the Gospel story, one coming from the north and bearingBethlehem, 77:(St. Luke, II, 51, 52.) [77] Frequently in the Gospel story, we find the word "down" occurring.Bethlehem, 80:the vision to see truth as it is and to hear the Gospel message in terms which each new ageBethlehem, 131:good, "teaching in the synagogues, preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing all manner ofBethlehem, 136:Epistles never been written and had we only the Gospel story upon which to base our ChristianBethlehem, 159:inspiration in His life history, and in the five Gospel episodes. More and more men will passBethlehem, 160:part of the teaching (as given in St. John's Gospel and in many of the parables) was given byBethlehem, 161:"life abundantly," and St. John tells us in his Gospel that the new birth is [162] dependent uponBethlehem, 162:His death which makes us sons. Nowhere in the Gospel story does an opposite statement find support.Bethlehem, 177:of the past century. One is that the Gospel story is not unique, but has been paralleled in theBethlehem, 180:that God has always proclaimed it. [180] The Gospel narratives are dependable and true, justBethlehem, 225:die? We are told why most clearly in St. John's Gospel, and yet very little emphasis has been laidBethlehem, 232:a turn to interpretation, and so altered the Gospel of love into a cult of separation) reveal to usBethlehem, 235:found that the three episodes related in the Gospel story are not isolated happenings in the lifeBethlehem, 274:because of the love of God. A close study of the Gospel story and a spirited attention to the wordsDestiny, 150:the world from place to place, symbolized in the Gospel story by the journey of Mary with theDestiny, 151:episodes are related in the final part of the Gospel story - one preceding and one followingDiscipleship2, 258:comprehend my meaning. The interpreters of the Gospel and many disciples of the ChristianDiscipleship2, 380:are also far deeper meanings to the well-known Gospel symbolism than those which have beenExternalisation, 201:laid upon the detail and the veracity of the Gospel story is recognized and accepted, for He isExternalisation, 317:the needed world principles, in spreading the gospel of goodwill, and in establishing right humanExternalisation, 446:with every means at their disposal to spread the gospel of sacrifice, because only upon sacrificeExternalisation, 607:items of information are brought to us in the Gospel story: the fact of the mountain top, ofExternalisation, 683:inspiration. Much of this can be noted in the Gospel story of the life of Christ and of the MasterExternalisation, 687:study with care the seventeenth chapter of the Gospel of St. John; this was written by thatGlamour, 66:that the theory of unity outlined by Him in the Gospel of St. John, chapter xvii, was indeed and inHealing, 519:"appearances of the Christ" as recorded in the Gospel story: His transfigured appearance upon theHealing, 654:possessed the power (demonstrated later in the Gospel story) to create a body at will in order toHealing, 671:important crisis in the life of the Christ. The Gospel story (with its resume of the fiveHealing, 677:you will [677] note if you are familiar with the Gospel story - He gave no instructions to HisHercules, 10:story of the historical Christ, given us in the gospel story and enacted two thousand years ago inHercules, 89:two "asses" tails, and these again link up the gospel story with the story of the manger. InHercules, 210:story of the historical Christ, given us in the gospel story and enacted for us two thousand yearsHercules, 219:We have, therefore, the emphasis laid in the Gospel story upon the fish symbology. Christ choseInitiation, 56:in the book of Zechariah, as Joshua, and in the Gospel story he is known for two great sacrifices,Magic, 429:teaches us the yoga of the mind. In the Gospel story we have the portrayal of realization, but thePatanjali, 423:And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace; Above all, taking the shield ofProblems, 137:Or will they - like the rich young man in the Gospel story - turn sadly away? Will they spend thePsychology1, 285:sentient universe. Of this relation the Gospel story is a dramatic symbol, and the historicalRays, 83:the highest spiritual center to which (as the Gospel story intimates) Christ Himself was attentive.Rays, 83:third, fifth, sixth and seventh initiations. The Gospel story gives us the five initiations of theRays, 93:Some day the gold and the silver threads of the Gospel story will be disentangled, and men willRays, 163:body. It can be seen, therefore, how true the Gospel story is to the purposes of Shamballa. Let usRays, 173:in the seventeenth chapter of St. John's Gospel. There is no other passage in the literature of theRays, 290:of attainment of the Christ - as related in the Gospel story - was reached in Gethsemane, and for aRays, 290:vice versa. Running through many parts of the Gospel story are two paralleling histories; theRays, 313:of divinity, the will aspect. There are in the Gospel story four recorded moments in the life ofRays, 353:Aspirant and the Mysteries of Initiation In the Gospel story there are two major episodes in theRays, 355:that destiny still lies in His hands. But in the Gospel story, it is the Christ Who is indicated asRays, 635:The motive given to the Prodigal Son in the Gospel story is a strictly material one, and we haveRays, 754:its purpose; its Founder seeks to bring a new Gospel and a new message that will enlighten all menRays, 757:was a Jew. In the 17th chapter of St. John's Gospel (which is another of the major spiritualReappearance, 24:love for humanity. A close study of the Gospel story, unimpeded by orthodox interpretations,Reappearance, 27:the major crisis of the Christ. There are in the Gospel story (as testimony to this divinelyReappearance, 39:spiritual center to which - if we believe the Gospel story - Christ Himself was always attentive.Reappearance, 54:items of information are brought to us in the Gospel story; the fact of the mountain top, ofReappearance, 63:at the erroneous interpretations given to the Gospel story. The symbolism of that Gospel story - anReappearance, 63:given to the Gospel story. The symbolism of that Gospel story - an ancient story-presentation oftenReappearance, 64:whom we must deal, remembering always that the Gospel story is eternally true and only needsReappearance, 79:and colors the presentation of the entire Gospel story. It is found also in The Old Testament. WhatReappearance, 126:Christian may care to admit it, the entire Gospel story in its four forms or presentations,Telepathy, 127:your attention that this was the keynote of the Gospel story: the human-divine nature of the
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