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Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Philosophy - Master Index - KINGDOM
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Bethlehem, 184:it marked also the opening of that door into the kingdom which had opened only occasionallyBethlehem, 184:the door stood wide open for all time, and the kingdom of God began to form on Earth. In the longBethlehem, 185:to make possible the appearance of the kingdom of God on Earth. This connotes the spiritualizationBethlehem, 186:and the precipitation upon Earth of a new kingdom in which men and all forms would be free fromBethlehem, 186:men and all forms would be free from death - a kingdom of which the Man released from the CrossBethlehem, 188:as much divorced from form and the past as the kingdom of God is divorced from matter and the bodyBethlehem, 189:from the cross as Christ did, and enter into the kingdom of God, a living spirit. The sons of GodBethlehem, 191:given proper encouragement, can "enter into the kingdom of God." Who can say that it is not thisBethlehem, 191:to better conditions? That we interpret the kingdom of God in terms of the material is inevitableBethlehem, 192:elapsed. Christ in this way precipitated the kingdom of God upon earth. It had always existed inBethlehem, 192:the consciousness of men. Preparedness for the Kingdom, and the arrival of the time when men inBethlehem, 196:flesh and the devil, but at the same time of the kingdom of God. As man develops, his definitionsBethlehem, 206:major task was the establishing of God's kingdom upon earth. He showed us the way in which humanityBethlehem, 206:us the way in which humanity could enter that kingdom - by subjecting the lower nature to the deathBethlehem, 206:the way of the cross alone, and enter God's kingdom by right of achievement. But the way is foundBethlehem, 206:done so, he discovers that the door into the kingdom is flung wide open and that he can enter in.Bethlehem, 206:of Christ and earn the right to enter into His kingdom, because we do not enter alone. This is theBethlehem, 208:and to teach and preach the good tidings of the kingdom of God. That was His theme, and we haveBethlehem, 209:retard for centuries the materializing of the kingdom of God on earth, which it was His mission toBethlehem, 209:to indicate the line of demarcation between the kingdom of men and the kingdom of God, between oneBethlehem, 209:demarcation between the kingdom of men and the kingdom of God, between one great kingdom in natureBethlehem, 209:of men and the kingdom of God, between one great kingdom in nature which had reached maturity, andBethlehem, 209:nature which had reached maturity, and another kingdom in nature which could now enter upon itsBethlehem, 209:now enter upon its cycle of activity. The human kingdom had evolved to the point where it hadBethlehem, 209:of peace"), thus calling attention to the kingdom which He died to establish. The work had beenBethlehem, 209:the Cross and fixed the boundary between the kingdom of God and the kingdoms of the world, betweenBethlehem, 209:which had prophesied the coming of that kingdom, and instituted the Mysteries of the kingdom ofBethlehem, 209:kingdom, and instituted the Mysteries of the kingdom of God. The effort to carry out to perfectionBethlehem, 209:been lived on earth. The attempt to found the kingdom, [210] preordained for all time, and theBethlehem, 210:- a Savior because He opened the door into the kingdom. It is time that the Church woke up to itsBethlehem, 210:to its true mission, which is to materialize the kingdom of God on earth, today, here and now. TheBethlehem, 210:wherein we can emphasize a future and coming kingdom. People are no longer interested in a possibleBethlehem, 210:or a probable hell. They need to learn that the kingdom is here, and must express itself on earth;Bethlehem, 210:another as Christ loved us. The way into that kingdom is the way that Christ trod. It involves theBethlehem, 211:the repentant thief Christ admitted him into the kingdom of God on the basis of his recognition ofBethlehem, 211:lies the distinction between the citizen of the kingdom of God and a member of the human family. ItBethlehem, 211:to bring to our notice that the way into the kingdom of God was the way of love and of service. HeBethlehem, 212:Christ has told us that love is the way into the kingdom, and that the fact of the presence ofBethlehem, 212:in each of us makes us eligible for that kingdom. We have omitted to realize that the "vicariousBethlehem, 212:just as the affirmation of the basic law of the kingdom of God, the Law of Love, will finally saveBethlehem, 213:and with him are of one will, to place the Kingdom of God above all, and to serve in behalf of thisBethlehem, 213:live in the same thought." (The Mystery of the Kingdom of God, by Albert Schweitzer, p. 56.) Bethlehem, 214:(St. Luke, XXIII, 46.) The thought of the kingdom colored all that He said upon the Cross. The WordBethlehem, 214:summed up for us the Word that inaugurated the kingdom of God. Each of His utterances had relationBethlehem, 214:God. Each of His utterances had relation to that kingdom, and not the usual small, individual orBethlehem, 214:rise to them produced the manifestation of the kingdom of God on earth. In every case the sevenBethlehem, 214:generally understood by us in the light of the kingdom of God, and with a wider connotation thanBethlehem, 216:of what Christ's mission was - to found a kingdom. "Remember me when Thou comest into Thy kingdom."Bethlehem, 216:kingdom. "Remember me when Thou comest into Thy kingdom." The significance of his words is eternalBethlehem, 216:and who at the same time is sensible of the kingdom, is ready to take advantage of the words, "ToBethlehem, 217:Christ," ignorant of the laws of the spiritual kingdom, yet released from the darkness andBethlehem, 217:from the darkness and ignorance of the human kingdom. Bethlehem, 219:- a moment that has a definite relation to the kingdom, just as had the three previous Words. OneBethlehem, 221:enter into the blessed companionship of the kingdom. Many books have been written about thisBethlehem, 221:the gates of suffering and of death into the kingdom. Christ hung pendent between heaven and earth,Bethlehem, 222:of men forced Christ to open the door into the kingdom, and to hold it open Himself, so that itBethlehem, 223:we too are [223] admitted as citizens into the kingdom. But this is the way of Crucifixion. OnlyBethlehem, 223:came into incarnation to do. The gate into the kingdom stood open. The boundary between the worldBethlehem, 223:open. The boundary between the world and the kingdom was clearly defined. He had given us anBethlehem, 224:and humanity as a whole is to pass into the kingdom. The kingdom is in existence. Through the workBethlehem, 224:as a whole is to pass into the kingdom. The kingdom is in existence. Through the work of Christ andBethlehem, 224:our final accomplishment and entrance into the kingdom of spirit. The sign given is expressed inBethlehem, 225:to found, or to materialize upon the earth, the kingdom of God; secondly, to show us what the loveBethlehem, 225:upon which we should mould our lives. The kingdom and the service! These are the keynotes whichBethlehem, 226:by M. B. D'Arcy, S. J., p. 179.) For us the kingdom constitutes the vision, but for Christ it was aBethlehem, 226:for Christ it was a reality. The service of the kingdom is our duty and also our method of releaseBethlehem, 226:we shall find release only in the service of the kingdom. We have been held too long by the dogmasBethlehem, 227:live in a world of chaos, endeavoring to build a kingdom of God divorced from current daily lifeBethlehem, 227:we may some day attain. But Christ founded a kingdom on earth, wherein all God's children wouldBethlehem, 227:in Christ's outstanding service to the race. The kingdom is a kingdom of servers, for every savedBethlehem, 227:service to the race. The kingdom is a kingdom of servers, for every saved soul must withoutBethlehem, 227:fellow men. Dr. Schweitzer, whose vision of the kingdom of God is so rare and real, points out thisBethlehem, 228:establish a claim to a position of rule in the Kingdom." - The Mystery of the Kingdom of God, byBethlehem, 228:of rule in the Kingdom." - The Mystery of the Kingdom of God, by Albert Schweitzer, p. 75. Love isBethlehem, 233:is their cry, and because He has risen the kingdom of God can go forward upon earth, and HisBethlehem, 233:vanquished. That they expected an immediate kingdom and that they looked to see the fact ofBethlehem, 233:has proved. We are not yet citizens of a divine kingdom definitely manifesting upon earth, the fearBethlehem, 233:truly on the verge of the demonstration of God's kingdom upon earth. Because this is the end of anBethlehem, 239:the source of inspiration and the founder of the kingdom of God; Christ, the cosmic Christ,Bethlehem, 246:His followers must be guided and helped; the kingdom of God must be organized on earth. And stillBethlehem, 247:resurrection (leading to full citizenship in the kingdom of God) begin to gain in meaning. The bodyBethlehem, 249:and so fit ourselves for citizenship in the kingdom of God. It was the demonstration of this thatBethlehem, 250:point and enabled Him to open the door into the kingdom and to rise from the dead, the "firstBethlehem, 251:Evans-Wentz, p. 12. Here we have the idea of the kingdom of God appearing on earth because humanityBethlehem, 252:ourselves to be co-workers with Christ in the kingdom. It is when we lose the consciousness of theBethlehem, 252:We do not realize that when the vision of the kingdom is ours, when the whole of creation shinesBethlehem, 253:and slow, heavy rhythm of the mineral kingdom, and have revealed sequentially more and more of theBethlehem, 253:animal; then it has progressed on into the human kingdom, wherein self-consciousness holds sway,Bethlehem, 253:holds sway, until the higher members of that kingdom begin to show a disposition towards divinity.Bethlehem, 253:divinity. The faint, dim signs of a still higher kingdom can now be seen, in whichBethlehem, 254:those of humanity who have been made Divine. The kingdom of God moves on to fulfilment. The purposeBethlehem, 254:is on the verge of achieving consummation. A new kingdom is coming into being; a fifth kingdom inBethlehem, 254:A new kingdom is coming into being; a fifth kingdom in nature is materializing, and already has aBethlehem, 255:Seven - Our Immediate Goal - The Founding of the Kingdom CHAPTER SEVEN Our Immediate Goal - TheBethlehem, 255:SEVEN Our Immediate Goal - The Founding of the Kingdom KEY THOUGHT "Any given moment of life mustBethlehem, 257:in "the fullness of time" He came to found the kingdom of God, to bring into being upon earthBethlehem, 257:of God, to bring into being upon earth another kingdom of nature, and so set up the boundary lineBethlehem, 258:because it was these differences which the kingdom of God and the kingdom of man presented. ChristBethlehem, 258:differences which the kingdom of God and the kingdom of man presented. Christ came to give to lifeBethlehem, 259:from the moment of the new birth into the kingdom to that of the final resurrection into life. His
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