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Jesus Christ - Beatitudes - Salt and the Light - The Law - Salvation from Anger - Purity - Swear Not at All - Doctrine of Non-resistance - Overcome Evil with Good- In the Secret Place - Prayer - Lord's Prayer - Forgiveness - No Sad Appearances - True Valuation - Concentration upon God - No Thought for Worldly Welfare - Free from Judging - Good Judgment in Ministering - Divine Persistency - Will of God - Golden Rule - Way and the Door - Fair Words and False Thinking - Works without Love - Hearing and Doing - Contents

and whilst so engaged I obtained one manigem of inestimable value, but I let it fall into the sea, and lost it. Then taking a ladle I began with fixed determination to bale out the water of the ocean to recover my gem. The sea-god said, 'How can this foolish man empty the wide and boundless ocean?' I replied, 'My resolution shall never flag; I will bale out the ocean and get my precious gem; you watch me, and do not grieve and fret at the long delay.' The sea-god, hearing these words, was filled with anxiety for the safety of his realm, and gave me back my gem."

"To the persevering mortal," says Zoroaster, "the blessed Immortals are swift."

Chapter 20 - The Will of God. Vs. 9-11 - p. 107


One of the commonest causes of men's weakening in their pursuit after their Good is the insinuating, treacherous doubt, "Perhaps it is not the will of God." .Knowing this, Jesus proceeds to reveal to mortals the character of the divine Father by comparing Him to an earthly father.

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