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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • said: “My consciousness reaches up to the Father of the
    • whole people, to Abraham; we — I and Father Abraham
    • looked up to Father Abraham and said: “I and Father
    • in the veins of Abraham.” He felt Father Abraham as the
    • Father-substance in which the ego is rooted, and which is
    • Father Abraham was, was the I AM!” My primal ego mounts
    • not only to the Father-Principle that reaches back to
    • and the Father are one! These are important words which one
    • thy “I AM” but we call upon Father Abraham. In
    • reaches to Father Abraham.
    • Father, from the primeval foundation of the world and I
    • for itself alone, but it is united with the Father from
    • to a common Father. We are now able to bring the idea of the
    • Father still more clearly before our souls. Then we see that
    • the words, “Before Father Abraham was, was the I
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • teaching, the teaching of the once born Son of the Father
    • who was in the bosom of the Universal-Father, has become
    • of his father and of his grandfather as though they were his
    • deeds of the fathers and of the grandfathers. In ancient
    • his father and of his grandfather. Memory extended far back
    • or space; hence the expression, “I and Father Abraham
    • deny wife and child, father and mother, brother and sister,
    • union with the Spiritual Father who pervades the world.
    • Father Abraham are one,” because the Ego felt itself
    • feeling of oneness with the Spiritual Father-Substance had to
    • of the pure Spiritual Father-Principle in whom all are
    • In the mighty words, “I and the Father are one,”
    • individual ego, they received not from father and mother but
    • the will of father or mother, but “from God,”
    • Son of the Father!” What manner of teaching is this?
    • intermingling of the blood of father and mother. Those who
    • Father, filled with Devotion and Truth.” Devotion is
    • the Father is the first who made it possible for us to behold
    • Universal Father became the guide to this perceiving.”
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • Father.” The fifth degree is the one we shall
    • Father Abraham are one” had a definite meaning for the
    • ran through the veins of Father Abraham flowed on down even
    • within himself. My ego is one with the Father, but in general
    • Father.” That is also the deeper meaning of the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • called the ancient Atlantis harbored our forefathers. When we
    • announced that for the words, “I and Father Abraham are
    • and the Father are one,” which means, I and the
    • Abraham, but this blood-father is only the outer
    • manifestation of the spiritual Father.
    • Israel, and shall say unto them: The God of your fathers
    • the God of Father Abraham, but Who is at the same time a
    • Israel, the Lord, God of your fathers, the God of Abraham,
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • in the past our forefathers dwelt out there in the west in a
    • forefathers. We have seen that the physical body, visible now
    • sagas — when their forefathers had gazed into the
    • permitted to live again in the world in which his forefathers
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • forefathers, and that God lived for them in the blood flowing
    • Testament. “I and Father Abraham are one,” means
    • Fatherhood that ran through the blood of successive
    • understood, particularly because with the words Father, Son,
    • according to ancient Judaism, the “father” was
    • mentioned, the physical father whose blood flowed down
    • father of Jesus, and who was His mother?”
    • father? Can this question be asked at all? Not only can it be
    • Gospel of St. Luke it is pointed out that the father of Jesus
    • “I and the Father are one,” “I and Father
    • undeniable fact that the Evangelist sees the Father-Principle
    • are traced back from son to father in the Gospel of St. Luke,
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • Father and Mother of Jesus.” Above all we must remember
    • inherited his standing, his rank and position from his father
    • God. Point out that, while the Father-God is still active in
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: Christian Initiation
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    • gaining a deeper understanding of the words “Father and
    • the concept, Mother and Father, in its spiritual sense, as it
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • of Nazareth lived the Father, who had always existed in
    • Nazareth we have a person in whom Father Abraham is living.
    • The blood of Father Abraham has flowed down through the
    • what can be traced back to the divine Father-power. This was
    • Father Abraham are one,” but that at every moment of
    • present in him before Father Abraham. This he wished to show.
    • flowed also in Joseph, the father of Jesus.
    • was no fatherhood. But it is not that; a much more profound,
    • that is, that Joseph is the father of Jesus. If they were to
    • important — the physical father plays his significant
    • understand that we must call the father of Christ Jesus the

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