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- Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
- the story of Job.
- We see there how the Ego of Job feels bound up with his
- misfortune after misfortune falls upon Job, although he is conscious
- Job is not aware of
- appearance everything is against righteous Job; his wife sees his
- from the traditional story of Job: ‘I know that my Redeemer
- individuality breaks forth from the soul of Job in spite of all the
- Redeemer liveth,’ says Job, ‘I know that one day I shall
- the glory of my God.’ Job brings into connection with the
- And when we take the answer of Job's wife, still more light
- falls on everything Job says. ‘Renounce thy God and die.’
- the earth, and, so to speak, disappears. Thus in the answer of Job's
- or the words of Job that follow would have no sense. For man can
- significance of the physical body. And Job himself says, for this too
- Job there comes before us for the first time a connection between the
- follow from the story of Job that Christ awakens the dead and rescues
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