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

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Astrology, 582:time of the Baptism in Jordan when He said to John, the Baptist: "Suffer it to be so now, for thusAtom, 56:this is the case is the first chapter of St. John's Gospel, where the words occur: "In theAutobiography, 17:together in our family crest. My grandfather was John Frederic La Trobe-Bateman. He was a very wellAutobiography, 54:- Edith Arbuthnot-Holmes, Eva Maguire, John Kinahan, Catherine Rowan-Hamilton and others. My firstAutobiography, 156:An old friend of mine of long standing, Mrs. John Weatherhead, went with me to the trial. I wasBethlehem, 17:portrayed for us in His words to be found in St. John XVII, which it would be of value to all of usBethlehem, 17:in the words: "I and my Father are one." (St. John, X, 30.) That great Individuality, the Christ,Bethlehem, 22:again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." (St. John, III, 3.) The Baptism in Jordan. This is theBethlehem, 22:Baptism in Jordan. This is the baptism to which John the Baptist referred us, telling us that theBethlehem, 30:again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." (St. John, III, 3.) [33] I. In our discussion of theseBethlehem, 35:words of Christ, "Ye must be born again," (St. John, III, 7.) and to express the death unto lifeBethlehem, 37:made by Him, and the world knew Him not." - St. John, I, 1, 2, 3, 4, 10. What is thus true of theBethlehem, 39:"I am the way, the truth and the life." (St. John, XIV, 6.) He knew that He synthesized in HimselfBethlehem, 45:of as that 'of water and the Spirit,' ( St. John, III, 3.5.) this is the first Initiation; a laterBethlehem, 46:of Israel, and knowest not these things?' (St. John, III, 10.)" Facing these possible heights ofBethlehem, 48:and with His final "It is finished," (St. John, XIX, 30.) He passed through the gates of death to aBethlehem, 51:every man decideth The way his soul shall go." - John Oxenham. [52] Again, every initiation isBethlehem, 53:He that hath seen me hath seen the Father." (St. John, XIV, 8, 9.) Christ revealed in Himself theBethlehem, 56:there been no Gospel but the Gospel of St. [56] John, only His divinity would have been known toBethlehem, 58:does not mention it; nor does the Gospel of St. John, dating from some time not earlier than A.D.Bethlehem, 59:Resurrection into "life more abundantly" (St. John, X, 10.) took place in [60] a cave. TheBethlehem, 61:dedicated to the birth of the beloved disciple John, and corresponding to Christmas Day; there areBethlehem, 66:Himself was to become the "Bread of Life" (St. John, VI, 33, 35, 41, 58) to a hungry world. He wasBethlehem, 66:if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit." (St. John, XII, 24.) This was the destiny awaiting HimBethlehem, 76:crown, by the 12 foundations of Jerusalem which John saw, and her 12 gates." - Bishop RabanusBethlehem, 82:me, that they may be made perfect in one." (St. John, XVII, 20-23.) This is the doctrine of theBethlehem, 87:preface the second initiation. The baptism of John was the symbol of this purification. ChristBethlehem, 93:and greater works than these shall he do." (St. John, XIV, 12.) Either these words express a truth,Bethlehem, 95:for the benefit of humanity, appears before John the Baptist, and passes through the secondBethlehem, 96:from the Earth, will draw all men unto Me." (St. John, XII, 32.) He was lifted up between Earth andBethlehem, 96:"Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to Jordan unto John, to be baptized of him. But John forbade him,Bethlehem, 96:to Jordan unto John, to be baptized of him. But John forbade him, saying, I have need to beBethlehem, 98:kinds of baptism are referred to in the story. "John answered, saying unto them all, I indeedBethlehem, 98:are therefore two kinds of baptism: That of John the Baptist, which is the baptism by water. TheBethlehem, 98:development is summed up, and the joint work of John the Baptist and of Jesus produced a synthesisBethlehem, 99:its most advanced types - in the heart life. John the Baptist therefore gave the baptism of waterBethlehem, 99:into Christ and through Christ. The baptism of John was a step upon the way into the center, and ofBethlehem, 101:We are told in Crude's Concordance that the name John means "which God gave," and in the threeBethlehem, 101:names which appear together in this episode - John, Jesus and Christ - the whole story of theBethlehem, 101:story of the consecrated aspirant is summed up: John, symbolizing the divine aspect deeply hiddenBethlehem, 101:because Jesus has submitted to the baptism of John. That submission and completed purificationBethlehem, 104:with Christ: "I am the Light of the World," (St. John, VIII, 12.) and to obey His command whereinBethlehem, 110:"As He is, so are we in this world," (I St. John, IV, 17.) vulnerable in all points. The difficultyBethlehem, 113:"in the world, and yet not of the world," (St. John, XVII, 16.) tempted of the devil yet free fromBethlehem, 115:that Christ was tempted of the devil, whilst St. John does not refer to them at all. These threeBethlehem, 131:He then did three things: first, hearing that John the Baptist had been cast into prison, ChristBethlehem, 150:"After six days Jesus taketh Peter, James and John his brother, and bringeth them up into a highBethlehem, 154:triplicity in the persons of Peter and James and John, and in their names we find the sameBethlehem, 155:a clear medium for the revelation of deity. John means "the Lord hath spoken," and herein is theBethlehem, 156:like Him, for we shall see Him as He is." (I St. John, III, 2.) But to bring about this likenessBethlehem, 158:through the eyes of others. Peter and James and John, through another apostle, Matthew, have toldBethlehem, 160:the major part of the teaching (as given in St. John's Gospel and in many of the parables) wasBethlehem, 161:that we might have "life abundantly," and St. John tells us in his Gospel that the new birth isBethlehem, 162:flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God." (St. John, I, 13.) Is it not reasonable for us toBethlehem, 171:One can almost [171] imagine St. Peter or St. John saying them to Christ when they opened theirBethlehem, 185:from the earth, will draw all men unto Me," (St. John, XII, 32.) and not all men only, butBethlehem, 187:in the world and yet not of the world, (St. John, XVII, 16.) living as souls, released from theBethlehem, 188:did [188] upon the Cross: "It is finished." (St. John XIX, 30.) We can now "enter into the joy ofBethlehem, 194:- the doctrine of divine immanence (see St. John XVII), and the doctrine of the God-Man.Bethlehem, 200:life is love, and that "God is love." (I St. John, IV, 8.) Christ came to show us that love was theBethlehem, 207:of the doctrine, whether it be of God." (St. John, VII, 17.) The simplicity of this instruction isBethlehem, 209:might have "life... more abundantly." (St. John, X, 10.) We have so interpreted His words that onlyBethlehem, 211:was the issue between love and hate. Only St. John, the beloved Apostle, the one closest to Jesus,Bethlehem, 213:He to the disciple, Behold thy mother!" (St. John, XIX, 26.) "My God, my God, why hast thouBethlehem, 214:(St. Matt., XXVII, 46.) [214] "I thirst." (St. John, XIX, 28.) "It is finished." (St. John, XIX,Bethlehem, 214:(St. John, XIX, 28.) "It is finished." (St. John, XIX, 30.) "Father, into thy hands I commend myBethlehem, 217:of the waters of life. The waters of John's Baptism released from the thralldom of the personalityBethlehem, 218:previous initiations may make the meaning clear. John typifies the personality which is reachingBethlehem, 219:and the personality, in the person of St. John - the symbol of a personality carried to a very highBethlehem, 225:did He die? We are told why most clearly in St. John's Gospel, and yet very little emphasis hasBethlehem, 246:to gather must be sought and shepherded; (St. John, X, 16.) His disciples must be trained andBethlehem, 266:can we love God whom we have not seen?" (I St. John, IV, 20.) This is the question which St. John,Bethlehem, 266:John, IV, 20.) This is the question which St. John, the beloved Apostle, asks and which we have notBethlehem, 277:the will [277] of God abideth for ever," (I St. John, II, 17.) and in these words we have the clue.Destiny, 80:to appear before the world under the symbol of John Bull, expressive of the British personality. ItExternalisation, 359:from the earth, will draw all men unto me." (John 12:32). From the point they then will haveExternalisation, 510:church in its many branches can serve as a St. John the Baptist, as a voice crying in theExternalisation, 601:Christ symbolically evoked the recognition of John the Baptist and imparted the things of theExternalisation, 602:shall ye do, because I go unto the Father" (John XIV.12). He here indicates that this passing toExternalisation, 687:the seventeenth chapter of the Gospel of St. John; this was written by that disciple of love, underFire, 151:He is [151] known. "I and my Father are One" (John, 10:30) is the most occult statement in theFire, 875:for I and my Father are One," He said. (Bible. John XIV, 8.) The Mother, or the negative aspect,Fire, 980:was not anything made that was made." (Bible. John I.) Thus, according to the Christian teaching,Glamour, 66:of unity outlined by Him in the Gospel of St. John, chapter xvii, was indeed and in truth a fact inGlamour, 137:revealing intuition. In the New Testament, John, the beloved disciple, was privileged to gain aGlamour, 167:if I be lifted up, will draw all men unto Me." (John 12:32). From the point they then will haveGlamour, 271:immediate and normal result. It was to this that John the Baptist referred when he said "He shallHealing, 260:signed at Runnymede, during the reign of King John on June 15th, 1215, A.D. Here the idea ofHercules, 64:his brother, so reminding one of the words of John the Baptist, spoken as he looked at the Christ,Hercules, 64:"He must increase, but i must decrease". (St. John, III, 30) Thus [65] we have a most significantHercules, 91:of Ezekiel and in the tenth chapter of St. John, is much that has reference to theseHercules, 173:Christ took three disciples, Peter, James and John, up into a high mountain and was transfiguredHercules, 173:the emotional nature, the source of all glamor. John symbolizes the mind, the name meaning, "TheHercules, 187:the school of world saviors. It is almost a "John the Baptist" sign, a sign of preparation for whatHercules, 194:may die out. I like to think of Aquarius as the "John the Baptist sign" in terms of the initiate.Hercules, 194:come. And as we look upon the Aquarian age as a John the Baptist sign, so we can look uponHercules, 194:time, we are fulfiling the function of John the Baptist and preparing the way for thatInitiation, 220:and the "word" in its metaphysical sense. (See John 1, 1-3.) Lord of Civilization (See Mahachohan)Intellect, 29:religion but it is also education." - Randall, John Herman, Education and Religion, World UnityIntellect, 94:And pierce some deeper depth of God." - Earle, John Charles, Onward and Upward, Oxford Book of
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