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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - ISAIAH

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Autobiography, 120:others and about four chapters in the Book of Isaiah. All the rest was largely useless orBethlehem, 21:men, though fools, shall not err therein." - Isaiah, XXXV, 8, Marginal Reading. It is a way thatBethlehem, 40:"a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief." (Isaiah, LIII, 3.) It was the beginning of the end,Bethlehem, 66:convey light upon His task and its preparation. Isaiah tells us that "Bread corn is bruised,"Bethlehem, 66:Isaiah tells us that "Bread corn is bruised," (Isaiah, XXVIII, 28) and Christ Himself told us thatBethlehem, 240:self to the Divine. 'Here am I, send me,' says Isaiah; and when Christ addressed to his earliestBethlehem, 240:relationship with God. The first response of Isaiah to the divine call was that flash ofBethlehem, 277:travail of His soul, and shall be satisfied." (Isaiah, LIII, 11.) We may constitute God's crucialFire, 493:are hinted at by the prophet of Israel (Bible, Isaiah 11:6) when he speaks of "the wolf lying downGlamour, 137:the next step ahead for the race or the nation. Isaiah and Ezekiel are the only two of the HebrewHercules, 119:fruit in her arms. Remember also the prophecy in Isaiah upon which our New Testament is based: "AndRays, 198:equipment. It is to this stage that the prophet Isaiah refers when he speaks of giving to theTelepathy, 77:out of the Prophets, particularly the Prophet Isaiah. The World Scriptures were written for
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