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Autobiography, 61:that He stays on guard watching "until the last weary pilgrim has found his way home." I know thatAutobiography, 181:Grand Central Terminal. Never did I see a more weary, worn out man than Foster Bailey. The four ofAutobiography, 183:If there is one person in the world who makes me weary, tired and sick it is the academic,Bethlehem, 34:being who, approaching the end of the long and weary [35] way of evolution, is ready to re-enactBethlehem, 46:of the world at this time. Here also stands the weary world disciple, humanity as a whole, worn andBethlehem, 68:journey ended in a dark cave. The long and weary journey of humanity has brought us today to justBethlehem, 123:descends upon the Christ. Hungry, lonely, and weary of conflict, He is tempted to question the veryBethlehem, 189:of Matter. There He hangs fixed until the last weary pilgrim shall find his way home. (The SecretBethlehem, 198:angle, Christianity has produced such sad, weary, and sin-conscious men. Christ, the sacrifice forDiscipleship1, 124:of self-forgetfulness brings you by a long and weary way back to us. Finally, "thus the magneticDiscipleship1, 231:dawn; a cool breeze and a shaft of light. A weary pilgrim and then again the vision. He chants: IDiscipleship1, 439:know, will not leave his post until the "last weary pilgrim has found his way home." You see,Discipleship1, 530:to be admitted to the garden, to the ill and weary in the town below. (Old Aleck, a saintly oldDiscipleship1, 530:It is pure joy to offer it to the thirsty and weary, and each day, among the souls arriving, thereDiscipleship1, 557:as you suppose. The personalities of the "weary pilgrims on the Way" are indeed tired and worn.Discipleship1, 557:indeed tired and worn. Humanity today is very weary. The vehicles have been used for many cyclesDiscipleship1, 557:of the soul begins to pour through the worn and weary vehicles, and gradually the positive natureDiscipleship1, 579:hill whereon the breeze of God blows free. The weary pilgrims on the Way find cool strength andDiscipleship1, 716:to enlarge upon this preliminary phase, upon the weary, though inspiring path of discipleship.Discipleship2, 387:agents of the redemptive process until "the last weary pilgrim has found his way home." TheseExternalisation, 80:life is "like the shadow of a great rock in a weary land". The second thing I would have you allHealing, 298:of this planet, held here until the "last weary pilgrim has found his way home." This is His heavyHealing, 298:an expression of His desire and of His joy; the "weary pilgrims" are the atoms (human or otherwise)Hercules, 127:to see the selfsame sight, the staggering, weary boar and the laughing, singing man. Thus HerculesHercules, 155:and, falling, could cleave in twain the pates of weary travellers. Their talons matched their beaksMagic, 231:stage by stage. First, it is the battered earth-weary aspirant who has to struggle with desire,Magic, 456:the soul is consciously aware. The aspirant, weary of the eternal round of his own futile andMagic, 467:phenomena and the knowledge of it leads not the weary pilgrim to the gates of heaven. Some of youProblems, 93:to their very souls of fighting and quarreling, weary of the tyranny of striking workmen, andPsychology2, 76:of interests and strength, the tired and world-weary man has no fear of the detaching process andPsychology2, 147:with which the Pilgrim has much to do on his weary, agelong way, back to the center. It is thePsychology2, 149:that which the heart craves, and thus leads the weary pilgrim from one rejection to another, untilPsychology2, 450:This is a fact generally recognized. Humanity is weary and tired of unwholesome ways of living, ofRays, 94:will a newer light shine forth into the dismal weary vale of [95] earth. Then will new life courseRays, 140:prisoners of loving intention" until the last weary pilgrim has found his way home." This spiritualRays, 492:way, providing safe travelling for the pilgrim's weary feet" (as the Old Commentary puts it), theRays, 564:holds Him in physical expression until "the last weary pilgrim" has found his way home. The extentRays, 654:of our planetary Life, at which time the "last weary Pilgrim will have found his way home"; theRays, 759:until the end of time itself and "until the last weary pilgrim has found his way home." But theRays, 762:but holds it forth to others. Upon the road of weary man he becomes a Lord of Power - power gainedReappearance, 13:will a newer light shine forth into the dismal, weary vale of earth. Then will new life course
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