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Bethlehem, 10:I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil." (St. Matt., V, 17.) He embodied all the past, andBethlehem, 15:men, that they may see your good works." (St. Matt., V, 16.) Second, the opportunity was presentedBethlehem, 16:command to love our neighbor as ourselves." (St. Matt., XIX, 19). Individual effort, groupBethlehem, 16:injunction, "Be ye therefore perfect," (St. Matt., V, 48.) in order to have somewhat to contributeBethlehem, 22:fire must be administered to us by Christ. (St. Matt., III, 11.) The Transfiguration. ThereBethlehem, 23:your Father which is in heaven is perfect." (St. Matt., V, 48.) The Crucifixion. This is called theBethlehem, 46:is that 'of the Holy [46] Ghost and fire," (St. Matt., III, 11.) the baptism of the Initiate in hisBethlehem, 46:as the 'Little Child' entering the kingdom. (St. Matt., XVIII, 3.) How thoroughly this imagery wasBethlehem, 52:"He that hath ears to hear, let him hear," (St. Matt., XI, 15.) and a study of the words spoken toBethlehem, 53:the Son of Man will be seen in the Heavens. (St. Matt., XXIV, 30.) Just as the Birth at BethlehemBethlehem, 72:in the East and are come to worship him." (St. Matt., II, 2.) This was the Sign given to the fewBethlehem, 87:becometh us to fulfil all righteousness." (St. Matt., III, 15.) Christ had reached maturity.Bethlehem, 92:that we should let that light shine forth. (St. Matt., V, 16.) He challenged us to show, andBethlehem, 96:beloved Son, in Whom I am well pleased." - St. Matt., III, 13-17. In these simple words we are toldBethlehem, 97:the pure in heart: for they shall see God." (St. Matt., V, 8.) In an ancient treatise uponBethlehem, 101:having "fulfiled all righteousness," (St. Matt., III, 15.) He became the Christ, and went about HisBethlehem, 101:taken "the kingdom of Heaven by violence," (St. Matt., XI, 12.) and having "worked out" his "ownBethlehem, 104:so shine before men that they may see." (St. Matt., V, 16.) This light, in its seven stages,Bethlehem, 107:the wilderness to be tempted of the devil." (St. Matt., III, 17, IV, 1.) This story of theBethlehem, 109:met temptation each time with "It is written," (Matt., IV, 4, 7, 10.) and employed no new powers toBethlehem, 109:for all time: "Be ye therefore perfect;" (St. Matt., V, 48.) and some day we too shall meet theBethlehem, 116:that proceedeth out of the mouth of God." (St. Matt., IV, 2, 3, 4.) There are two interesting factsBethlehem, 122:others; [122] Himself He cannot save." (St. Matt., XXVII, 42.) The maya or delusion of the physicalBethlehem, 123:the house, according to Christ's parable. (St. Matt., XII, 45.) Unless God indwells the house, whenBethlehem, 123:Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God." (St. Matt., IV, 5, 6, 7.) It is essential for the rightBethlehem, 126:Lord thy God, and him only shalt thou serve." (Matt., IV, 8, 9, 10.) Christ has been tested in HisBethlehem, 131:more, and Christ "departed into Galilee," (St. Matt., IV, 12) going back again to the round ofBethlehem, 131:all manner of disease among the people." (St. Matt., IV, 17-24.) He had registered before God andBethlehem, 150:eyes, they saw no man, save Jesus only." - St. Matt., XVII, 1-8. A consideration of the variousBethlehem, 152:of our Father which is in [152] Heaven. (St. Matt., V, 16.) To this light the mystics testify, andBethlehem, 162:shed for many for the remission of sins." (St. Matt., XXVI, 28.) But these are His only referencesBethlehem, 164:eyes, they saw no man, save Jesus only." (St. Matt., XVII, 8). The familiar appeared to them again.Bethlehem, 165:the third day he shall be raised again." (St. Matt., XVII, 22, 23.) Then comes the simple commentBethlehem, 186:loseth his life for my sake shall find it," (St. Matt., X, 39.) is a fact which is often forgottenBethlehem, 188:can now "enter into the joy of the Lord." (St. Matt., XXV, 21.) Men are learning to love, and theBethlehem, 213:God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?" (St. Matt., XXVII, 46.) [214] "I thirst." (St. John, XIX,Bethlehem, 224:rent in twain from the top to the bottom." (St. Matt., XXVII, 51.) Access to God was established,Bethlehem, 226:telling us also to "let our light shine." (St. Matt., V, 16.) He proclaimed Himself Man, and thenBethlehem, 281:thus "glorify their Father which is in heaven." (Matt., V, 16.) They are not interested inExternalisation, 597:such an hour as ye think not, He will come." (Matt.XXIV.44) I tell you, first of all, a truth hardExternalisation, 599:of the air" as the Christian Scriptures say (Matt., XXIV, 64), but of what great interest is thatFire, 707:III, 510, 521, 528, 529. 36 Bible. Rev., 20:6-7. Matt., 25:32. Patanjali, 426:Christ, the voice issued out of a cloud. (See Matt., XVII.) Reappearance, 29:days, even unto the end of the age" or cycle. (Matt., XXVIII, 20.) The important word is "end." TheReappearance, 29:Greek the final end is another word "telos." In Matt., XXIV, 6, "but the end is not yet," the otherReappearance, 43:such an hour as ye think not, He will come." (Matt., XXIV, 44.) A truth hard for the orthodoxReappearance, 45:He will come indeed in the "clouds of the air" (Matt., XXVI, 64), as the Christian Scriptures say,Reappearance, 74:like a dove and alighting upon Him." (St. Matt., III, 16.) This Spirit is a Being of tremendousReappearance, 109:through the prophesied sound of the trumpet (Matt., XXIV, 31.), He would be classed simply as oneReappearance, 110:"I come not to bring peace but a sword" (Matt., X, 34.) This will be true especially during theReappearance, 114:of Gethsemane), "Let the will of God be done." (Matt., XXVI, 39.) They say it ignorantly and oftenReappearance, 117:as your Father which is in Heaven is perfect." (Matt., V, 48.) This time, He will teach men theReappearance, 148:the Christ gave the name "the Kingdom of God" (Matt., VI, 33.) Here dwell the "spirits of just menSoul, 125:the universe. Christ knew all things. (Matt. XII, 25, John II, 24, John VI, 64.) Laghima - theSoul, 125:walk on the water. Christ walked on the water (Matt. XIV, 25, 26, Mark VI, 48). Garima - the powerSoul, 125:of events (Christ foretold his crucifixion Matt., XXVI, 2; Luke XXIV,7.) and of the power to cureSoul, 125:power to cure diseases (Christ healed hundreds, Matt., XII, 15; XIV,15.), and of clairvoyance [126]Soul, 126:hogs who ran down a steep place into the sea (Matt., VIII, Mark V, Mark IX). Ishatvan - the power
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