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  • Title: Course for Priests: Foreword to this Edition
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    • two. The first part includes four lectures, given by Rudolf
  • Title: Course for Priests: Publisher's Note
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    • (Chapter 35). The corresponding text is given at the end of
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • effect of people starting to see the indications given by
    • no thought is given. At some point the difference between
    • impulse which has given an impetus to this religious Movement;
    • — that is given to us by the divine. For this reason, we
    • because priest consciousness is not a given from one day to the
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • far too little consideration has been given to exploring just
    • may not give in to the illusion that in reality it would be
    • and chemistry, give no possibility to rise up to any kind of
    • will understand me better if I give you a popular example.
    • rules of secrecy are not given, that a form of tact develops
    • once given to religious movements which had come out of
    • community. This is what is given in which you can engender a
    • side of knowledge and that it must give itself over to that, as
    • stenographer) regarding the lecture given on the
    • should be priests. You have those who can give and receive
    • give it. When you grasp the difference you have to say to
    • yourself: ‘Those who give communion can't possibly, without it
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • start to conquer the three steps which will give us the right
    • it, through its inner power which we can give it, reach the
    • ‘Through God the right has been given to us, to name things out
    • with the mists into the heights and give us the feeling that it
    • of feeling, a mindfulness, towards the second step, which gives
    • are all given the ability to be formed into beings able to walk
    • give material cohesion to your entire body which you transform
    • according to thoughts given to you from the wide world. So they
    • Father God has given me the strength which lies in my material
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • short. This occasion gives us the opportunity to refer to our
    • would like to give a small example and that from one of the
    • given humanity on earth, but He brought it in a new way in
    • Father God has given to me, what He had given directly to you
    • authority given to me by the Father God make each single one of
    • “I” filled conscious soul even though given in the
    • that he may reveal you, as You have given him power over all
    • who have flesh, so that he may give everlasting life to them.
    • Your being on earth, to fulfil the work You have given to me.
    • that everything which You have given me comes from You. For the
    • power of thought which You have given me, I have brought to them.
    • and that You have given them to me. I pray for each single
    • given me, for they are yours, created by you.
    • written here and is no lie: “... as You have given him
    • should say: “... as You have given him power over all
    • human physical bodies so that he can give everlasting life
    • for those given to him.” —
    • on earth, to fulfil the work You have given to me. And now
    • which You have given me comes from You. For the power of
    • thought which You have given me, I have brought to them. You
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