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  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: Summary by Bobby Matherne
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    • The first two will be as familiar to most as the third will be a
    • surprise. The first revelation is the Sinai Revelation in which Moses
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: The Third Revelation
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    • Spiritual Guidance of Humanity.” In August the first performance
    • These lectures may well have been among the first by Rudolf Steiner
    • of a child. Observing the child rightly, we find that on its first
    • The Education of the Child — will know that first it
    • — a first period when it can neither speak nor think, a second
    • The first revelation of which we can speak, as coming to mankind
    • the first physical personalities, the primal forebears of mankind, and
    • who have experienced an awakening, bringing them, for the first time,
    • the Gospels. And the way in which they first understood the Gospels
    • spiritual content of the Gospels work upon them for the first time.
    • the time has come for his Kamaloka, he is first met by two figures.
    • fulfil, a task of understanding, when we come — first out of the
    • most various points of view. To-day we will begin by first saying a
    • because, imperceptible at first for ordinary consciousness, there lies
    • first the body of faith, and then round it the body of love.
    • true valuation for the first time.
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: Towards the Sixth Epoch
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    • at first the external world should pass this by, or even treat it as
    • present-day consciousness this interpretation at first seems fairly

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