Personal Christianity a Science: The Doctrines ;of Jacob Boehme, the God-taught Philosopher

Macoy Publishing Company, 1919 - 336 pages

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Page 196 - Unto the woman he said, I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception ; in sorrow shalt thou bring forth children ; and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee.
Page 269 - It is not those who say to me, "Lord, Lord," who will enter the kingdom of heaven, but those who do the will of my Father in heaven' — we do not place emphasis on the naming of God.
Page 28 - Thou Crucified Lord Jesus Christ have mercy upon me and take me to thyself into thy Kingdom." At six in the morning he suddenly bade them farewell with a smile, and said, " Now I go hence into Paradise," and yielded up his Spirit. Frankenberg writes of him : " His bodily appearance was somewhat mean ; he was small of stature, had a low forehead but prominent temples...
Page 334 - I am with you, even to the End of the World ; " and again — " Wheresoever two or three are gathered together in My Name, there am I in the midst of them." He is the God of nature, as well as the God of grace.
Page 171 - It is the amsa which emanates from me and which is manifested from the beginning of time that becomes the Jiva in the world of living beings, and attracts mind and the other five senses which have their basis in Pra. kritt.
Page 186 - Let every Brahmin with fixed attention consider all nature, both visible and invisible, as existing in the divine spirit ; for, when he contemplates the boundless universe existing in the divine spirit, he cannot give his heart to iniquity...
Page 138 - Darkness alone filled the boundless all> for father, mother, and son were once more one, and the son had not awakened yet for the new wheel, and his pilgrimage thereon.
Page 62 - I have never desired to learn any sciences, but from early youth I strove after the salvation of my soul, and thought how I might inherit or possess the kingdom of heaven. Finding within myself a powerful contrarium, namely, the desires that belong to the flesh and blood...
Page 79 - Parabrahman than the bundle of attributes of this pillar is the pillar itself ; Parabrahmam is an unconditioned and absolute reality, and Mulaprakriti is a sort of veil thrown over it. Parabrahmam by itself cannot be seen as it is. It is seen by the Logos with a veil thrown over it, and that veil is the mighty expanse of cosmic matter.
Page 44 - I am not young [he writes] being now near my fiftieth year ; nevertheless I have begun to learn German in order that I may read this incomparable author in his own tongue. I have written some not unacceptable books myself...

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