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

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Astrology, 564:beautifully demonstrated for us in the life of Jesus, the Master on the sixth ray. The GeminiAutobiography, 30:day in the light of the question: "What would Jesus have done?" I had discovered this book one dayAutobiography, 37:because I discovered that He was not the Master Jesus, as I had naturally supposed, but a Master ofAutobiography, 46:In those days I expressed this urge in terms of "Jesus went about doing good," and I, as HisAutobiography, 48:in the answer to the one question: "What would Jesus do in similar circumstances?" Having decidedAutobiography, 55:in answer to my perennial question, "What would Jesus have me do?" I crawled back. But theAutobiography, 56:in tears in my room. I had failed, both Jesus and myself, and I had better give it all up. I layAutobiography, 63:this erratic progress, but I did it all "for Jesus' sake" and never once did a man attempt to beAutobiography, 65:and thoroughly ashamed but I did what I thought Jesus would do. I looked at the men and said,Autobiography, 75:upon the theological precept that the blood of Jesus could save them, but simply by lovingAutobiography, 81:saved and go to Heaven unless he believed that Jesus died for his sins in order to placate anyAutobiography, 84:they were not old enough to know anything about Jesus, why, therefore, should they be burned to aAutobiography, 112:I still ran my life on the aphorism "What would Jesus have me do?" I was not a cross person orAutobiography, 127:exhausted the resources of doing "everything for Jesus' sake"; that I did do everything for HisAutobiography, 155:aunt's drawing room, and it was not the Master Jesus. I was inexperienced then and rushed to one ofBethlehemwords of Arthur Weigall when he says: "Yet the Jesus of History as distinct from the Jesus ofBethlehem"Yet the Jesus of History as distinct from the Jesus of Theology, remains 'the way, the truth, andBethlehem, 8:There is dynamic and divinity in the message of Jesus. Christianity is, for us today, a culminatingBethlehem, 9:us the revelation of divinity in the Person of Jesus Christ, and which remains eternally truth, inBethlehem, 13:of the stream," and there is in the life of Jesus an episode which we call the "baptism in Jordan."Bethlehem, that i:the body of this death? "I thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord." (Romans, VII, 18-25.) OnlyBethlehem, 37:proof - simply because it is there, it exists. "Jesus is something to our world because a mightyBethlehem, 45:Initiates. Such is the meaning of the words of Jesus, that a man must become a little child toBethlehem, 45:things in the heavens.' (Hebrews, IX, 23.) When Jesus is speaking to Nicodemus he states thatBethlehem, 46:of the Jews is shown by the surprise evinced by Jesus when Nicodemus stumbled over His mysticBethlehem, 47:angles. We shall study these five initiations of Jesus from the angle, first of all, of theBethlehem, 53:will issue forth. [53] At each initiation of Jesus, as we shall see, a Sign was given; it was aBethlehem, 53:Lord, shew us the Father, and it sufficeth us. "Jesus saith unto him, Have I been so long time withBethlehem, 58:but, on the contrary, St. Paul speaks of Jesus as 'made of the seed of David according to theBethlehem, 59:were collected and analyzed. The stable in which Jesus was born was in all likelihood a cave, forBethlehem, 59:"it is well known that whereas in the Gospels Jesus is said to have been born in an inn stable,Bethlehem, 60:and the missions are ever identical. "The Jesus-story, it will now be seen, has a greater number ofBethlehem, 62:fixing of the 25th December as the birthday of Jesus, Williamson has the following: 'All ChristiansBethlehem, 62:is now the recognized festival of the birth of Jesus, but few are aware that this has not alwaysBethlehem, 67:historical Christ, concealed within the form of Jesus; or of the individual Christ, hidden withinBethlehem, 68:In these three people, Joseph, the infant Jesus, and Mary, we have the divine Triplicity symbolizedBethlehem, 73:achievement. These three offered to the infant Jesus three presents - gold, frankincense and myrrh.Bethlehem, 73:brought by the disciples of old to the infant Jesus, and as we see their meaning as it applies toBethlehem, 73:humanity, as a race, stands before the infant Jesus, in the House of Bread, at the end of a [74]Bethlehem, 74:that for which I was also laid hold of by Christ Jesus... But this one thing I do - forgettingBethlehem, 74:the prize of God's heavenward call in Christ Jesus. Therefore let all of us who are matureBethlehem, 75:episode is related, and that is the one in which Jesus, having reached the age of twelve years, wasBethlehem, 76:consecration), and was subject unto them... And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favorBethlehem, 96:- The Baptism in Jordan II. "Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to Jordan unto John, to be baptized ofBethlehem, 96:be baptized of Thee, and comest Thou to me? "And Jesus answering said unto him, Suffer it to be soBethlehem, 96:all righteousness. Then he suffered Him. "And Jesus, when He was baptized, went up straightway outBethlehem, 98:which is the baptism by water. The baptism of Jesus Christ, which is that of the Holy Ghost and ofBethlehem, 98:and the joint work of John the Baptist and of Jesus produced a synthesis which is indicative of theBethlehem, 99:more general application than is the baptism of Jesus, for few are ready yet for the secondBethlehem, 100:is the baptism of the Holy Spirit. [100] Thus Jesus went up from Nazareth and Galilee to take theBethlehem, 100:marked a tremendous change in the life of Jesus of Nazareth. Up to that time, for thirty years, HeBethlehem, 101:which appear together in this episode - John, Jesus and Christ - the whole story of the consecratedBethlehem, 101:which prompts a man towards the needed purity; Jesus, in this case symbolizing the consecrated,Bethlehem, 101:indwelling Son of God, able now to manifest in Jesus, because Jesus has submitted to the baptism ofBethlehem, 101:of God, able now to manifest in Jesus, because Jesus has submitted to the baptism of John. ThatBethlehem, 102:to him. This was strikingly the case with Jesus Christ. His task emerged in its dread implicationsBethlehem, 102:Dr. Schweitzer says in this connection: "About Jesus' earlier development we know nothing. All liesBethlehem, 102:of God, by Albert Schweitzer, p. 354. To the man Jesus this was probably a staggering disclosure.Bethlehem, 102:conscious son of God. The same writer says: "In Jesus' messianic consciousness the thought ofBethlehem, 104:shall say that it is not based on fact?) that Jesus of Nazareth was the very first of our humanity,Bethlehem, 106:form of a dove, the peace of God descended upon Jesus. Secondly, the essential dualities ofBethlehem, 107:III. In this intimate episode in the life of Jesus Christ we are given perhaps the first realBethlehem, 107:beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased. Then was Jesus led up of the spirit into the wilderness toBethlehem, 111:- The Baptism in Jordan The devil approached Jesus when the forty days of solitary communion wereBethlehem, 111:of His human nature. As we study the life of Jesus this solitariness emerges ever more clearly. TheBethlehem, 123:at any time thou dash thy foot against a stone. Jesus said unto him, It is written again, ThouBethlehem, 126:thou wilt fall down and worship me. Then saith Jesus unto him, Get thee hence, Satan, for it isBethlehem, 136:revelation given peculiarly to the Occident by Jesus Christ. As we consider these initiations, theBethlehem, 137:more and more divinity in the Man, Christ Jesus. The experience of Christ, as we have been seeing,Bethlehem, 140:of divinity. Behind the manifestation of Jesus Christ lay aeons of experience. God had beenBethlehem, 145:"the strength of the Lord," stood [145] beside Jesus Christ as the representative of all theBethlehem, 149:participated in an experience wherein Christ Jesus stood before them as perfected Man, becauseBethlehem, 150:- The Transfiguration II. "After six days Jesus taketh Peter, James and John his brother, andBethlehem, 150:with him. Then answered Peter, and said unto Jesus, Lord, it is good for us to be here: if thouBethlehem, 150:fell on their face, and were sore afraid. And Jesus came and touched them, and said, Arise, and beBethlehem, 150:had lifted up their eyes, they saw no man, save Jesus only." - St. Matt., XVII, 1-8. ABethlehem, 154:the same in connection with the three friends of Jesus Christ. I cannot here touch upon theBethlehem, 154:I cannot here touch upon the friendships of Jesus Christ. They are very real and very deep, andBethlehem, 155:They saw the light which shone in the Person of Jesus Christ, and for them He was more than theBethlehem, 158:seen and met with God in the glorified Person of Jesus Christ. We have looked on at this episodeBethlehem, 159:to these five crises in the life of Jesus Christ, this third episode is called the "hut"Bethlehem, 160:Who stands silently behind the scenes as Jesus takes initiation after initiation is practically theBethlehem, 160:accompanies the revelation of the secret of Jesus' person. The first time the revelation was forBethlehem, 160:end of the scene (St. Mark IX, 8.) the figure of Jesus appears to them illuminated by aBethlehem, 161:to the Three the secret which was disclosed to Jesus at his baptism. That was after the harvest. ABethlehem, 161:fact that Peter at Caesarea Phillippi answered Jesus' question out of the knowledge which he hadBethlehem, 161:was fatal, for it brought about the death of Jesus. He was condemned as messiah although he hadBethlehem, 164:had lifted up their eyes, they saw no man, save Jesus only." (St. Matt., XVII, 8). The familiarBethlehem, 164:the command to hear the Christ had been given. Jesus having returned [165] "to His proper form,"Bethlehem, 169:of service. It must be, as it was in the case of Jesus Christ, a spontaneous outcome of [170]Bethlehem, 171:to Christ when they opened their eyes and "saw Jesus only." Perhaps they may apply to us also as weBethlehem, 173:her brood, Socrates drinking the hemlock, And Jesus on the rood; And millions who, humble andBethlehem, 176:- The Crucifixion In considering the story of Jesus upon the Cross, it is essential, therefore,Bethlehem, 177:the time of the life or recorded appearance of Jesus of Nazareth and for some centuries before, theBethlehem, 180:of a son of God. He says: "If the historicity of Jesus, in any degree, could be proved, it wouldBethlehem, 193:one of the early Church Fathers, speaks of Jesus Christ as the "Great Fish," and of us, HisBethlehem, 194:to enter into the holiest by the blood of Jesus, by a new and living way which he hath consecratedBethlehem, 208:it and have preached the Personality of Jesus Christ - one theme which He Himself ignored and whichBethlehem, 211:John, the beloved Apostle, the one closest to Jesus, really understood; and in his Epistles theBethlehem, 213:service was fellowship. "It is only thus that Jesus creates fellowship among us. It is not as a
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