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  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: Summary by Bobby Matherne
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    • almost seventy years as I write these words. Steiner gives us an
    • Another important aspect of these lectures is what the words
    • years. These words, following St. Paul's letter to the Corinthians are
    • excellent case for the proper order of these words, considering the
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: The Third Revelation
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    • to mankind as if in these words: There is a primal Being in the
    • with the flaming sword”, who pronounces judgment on these
    • sword.
    • few words about man's inner being. You know that if we start from the
    • expressed in the word ‘faith’ are necessary to the soul. For
    • If we do not possess forces such as are expressed in the word
    • man's being is the force expressed by the word ‘love’. Love
    • wonderful words urged upon us in the Gospel revelation, these words of
    • order; but the significance of the words is so little appreciated that
    • painted or described in words, something is represented which at the
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: Towards the Sixth Epoch
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    • particularly keen desire that we may perhaps clothe in these words:
    • words they understood — “He has been buried alive!”
    • experience was this, though perhaps not put clearly into words:
    • itself within them, always increasing in significance. In other words,
    • matter without strict adherence to special words. When we realise that
    • pin so much faith on words but focus our efforts on the matter itself,
    • whole truth. This adherence to the original words is the last thing
    • their innermost being — in other words, out of love — do
    • words: “Duty — when one loves the commands one gives to
    • intelligence. In other words, we are approaching the age when morality
    • that will spring from the words of that great teacher of humanity. His
    • words will flow directly to men's hearts, into their souls, like a
    • healing medicine; nothing in those words will be merely theoretical.
    • draw ideas and words of the deepest significance from the very
    • conception of it. His words will imprint into men's souls directly,

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