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  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Summary of Contents
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    • of love and its two forces; it leads those who strive
    • about hardening if it does not find love; it is the seducer
    • which man can absorb, the message of love contained in the
    • of the past now permeated by the force of love contained in the book.
    • It is only possible for man to reach freedom and love
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Introductory Lecture
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    • of Love. Where the blood links men together they love because
    • they are led to what they should love. When man is granted
    • within him then the impulses of love, the waves of love,
    • this new impulse man has enriched the old bond of love that
    • is bound to the blood-tie. Love passes over gradually into
    • spiritual love which flows from soul to soul and which will
    • brother-love. But Christ Jesus is the Force, the living
    • brother-love. Men will learn to understand this bond of
    • brother-love as the perfected spiritualized Christianity.
    • spiritual love as a force that lives and works in all that
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture I
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    • forces opposed to the good. The opposite of the divine love
    • is the divine wrath. The true form of the divine love which
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture III
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    • to them a divine script. And with love they began to decipher
    • love of material existence; and finally in the Roman age he
    • with love for that which is the real task of post-Atlantean
    • this against thee, that thou hast left thy first love,” the
    • love which the first post-Atlantean site should have, which
    • works, if he ceases to love external works. The community at
    • Ephesus forsook the love for external works. So it is quite
    • not forsake the first love,” says he also, “for inasmuch as
    • you love the external world you vivify it, you exalt it to
    • spiritual life of wisdom and of love. The spiritual wisdom we
    • have acquired will become the impulse of love in the sixth
    • even in its name, the community of brotherly love, or
    • he will become independent and in freedom show love towards
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture IV
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    • the summons — there is to be that brotherly love over the
    • love, when a comparatively small part of humanity will have
    • spirit and attitude of brotherly love. That civilization will
    • the mysterious feeling of love between the two sexes, from a
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture V
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    • as the Cosmos or Planet of Love. The Cosmos of Wisdom or the
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture VII
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    • body and love it so much that he would only feel himself at
    • Earth is the Cosmos of Love. It is the mission of our Earth
    • to bring men together in love. In the future, when the
    • an astral heavenly body, then love, the force of love, will
    • earthly. For this power of love must flow in as the
    • fragrance of blissful love. Love will stream forth from all
    • develop this love. Love will then flow through everything,
    • just as wisdom is now in everything. And this love is poured
    • love.
    • He was not able to have spiritual love immediately,
    • love had first to be implanted in him at the lowest stage. It
    • blood-relationship. The first schooling was to exercise love
    • through their veins being imbued with love. This was the
    • preparatory school of love; it was, in fact, the great school
    • of love. And the impulse which spiritualizes this love, which
    • all Jehovah, led men together in love, so that they united
    • develop love of one another. Thus that which Lucifer wished
    • spiritual love which unites those who are not related by
    • love-principle of Christ which brings the Egos together,
    • the principle of brotherly love over the whole earth; and
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture VIII
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    • mission of the earth, which is expressed in love, that the
    • Egos learn to confront one another freely. Love is not
    • free and independent that it need not love, is its love an
    • can offer love even to God. It would amount to man being led
    • love, even if only in the slightest degree.
    • man. But at the same time, if it does not discover love, if
    • spiritual world, filled with the spirit of brotherly love,
    • principle of progress, of inner freedom, of brotherly love, a
    • Love would not be so intense if it had not to become love so
    • will they have used to dissolve matter? The power of love
    • dissolving matter through taking love into their souls. The
    • more the soul is warmed by love the more power-fully will it
    • earth and transform it into an astral globe. But just as love
    • opposite of love press down — again throughout seven
    • the earth mission. The contrary of divine love is called
    • love was imprinted in humanity, just as it will become warmer
    • of love which it will have to regard as the result of the
    • earth's mission. The power of love is contained in the
    • Gospels, the whole power of love, and the seer can say
    • mission of the earth itself is to bring love. Love is to be
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  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture IX
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    • the spiritual sun of love, the manifestation of the earth
    • mission of love appears supported by Sun-Mars, and
    • love, so we may now picture the evolution of the earth a
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture XII
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    • the one hand we call love and on the other freedom; since to
    • of love. It would be impossible for man to develop either
    • love or freedom without the possibility of sailing down into
    • purified will, by the love which springs from freedom. If it
    • follow God out of his own individual love. It was in
    • thou hast made it possible for me to bring thee a love which
    • dost not force use to love thee, but that thou hast given me
    • externally to humanity by the disciple whom the Lord loved
    • imparted to humanity by the disciple whom he loved. You may

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