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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • because the Holy Communion has been celebrated, has been maintained
    • back in the centuries towards the institution of the Holy Communion,
    • people involved. Thus it was with the Holy Communion. As long as it
    • was known that the Holy Communion furnished a living proof that
    • finds expression in the Holy Communion, is a union with the Being of
    • Christ, so long was the Holy Communion accepted without argument. But
    • understood what lies at the foundation of the Holy Communion. Then
    • come to Christ, the Holy Communion was a complete equivalent of the
    • Communion they could find a real union with Christ. For all things
    • thereby they will experience the Communion in the Spirit; thereby
    • the Holy Communion, the consecrated Bread, has been from without
    • through the Holy Communion, so the developed Christian who, through
    • through a spiritual Communion. The thought of the Sacrament, the Holy
    • Communion, will remain. Only it must be made possible that certain
    • Holy Communion has spiritualised the human soul and filled it with
    • along one exoteric path, the Holy Communion had its significance in
    • through the Gospel pictures alone, without the Holy Communion and all
    • that is connected with it — for the Holy Communion stands at



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