|Atom, 60:spiritual development and great purity and holiness of life) the room had appeared to be lit upAtom, 134:Path, the Path of Illumination, or the Path of Holiness. Yet it is the one Path, that which shinethAutobiography, 33:well dressed and - in spite of my ostentatious holiness I was smart, intelligent, well educated andBethlehem, 21:and a way, and it shall be called the way of holiness; the unclean shall not pass over it, for heBethlehem, 80:His call goes out for us to tread the Path of holiness, and to achieve that perfection to which HisBethlehem, 80:which Christ in no way taught. He calls us to holiness of life and admonishes us to follow in HisBethlehem, 80:how highly esteemed or valuable. What is this holiness to which He calls us, when we take the firstBethlehem, 246:processes of initiation, and tread the path of holiness. He can be "born in Bethlehem," because theDestiny, 61:love, of a developed materialism and a perfected holiness, of the selfishness of a materialisticExternalisation, 617:competition would call forth a degree of holiness on His part which would negate His appropriationFire, 930:the greater builders. Owing to the purity and holiness of his life, and the height of his ownGlamour, 21:his being recognized as fit to tread the Path of Holiness. None of these definitions, however, giveHercules, 3:subject of the Path of Discipleship, the Path of Holiness, and the Path of Illumination. TheInitiation, 10:step, and the succeeding steps, upon the Path of Holiness. Literally, therefore, a man who hasInitiation, 11:purpose (which is to study somewhat the Path of Holiness and its various stages) it may beInitiation, 17:what we are told of the steps on the Path of Holiness we get an approximate picture. Let us enlargeInitiation, 63:Path precedes the Path of Initiation or Holiness, and marks that period in the life of a man whenInitiation, 82:who treads the Probationary Path and the Path of Holiness is he who has counted the cost, whoseInitiation, 93:grow out of realization and service, and holiness of character is the outcome of those expansionsIntellect, 133:a longing for the attainment of such a state of holiness that the condition could be continuouslyIntellect, 184:we speak of the Path of Probation, the Path of Holiness, and the Path of Illumination. Dr.Meditation, 344:goal of achievement, some great ideal - such as holiness of character - that calls forth the soul'sPsychology2, 35:it grips us and we feel that the price of holiness is too high. But, standing on the Way, suddenlyRays, 15:are "being abstracted from the middle point of holiness and absorbed into the Council of the Lord."