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Appendix 1

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APPENDIX 1

 

COOPERATION

1  Becoming a light to the world

1    [COOPERATION.262.1.1]

Partnership: These Readings were meant to be used by a group to achieve a specific purpose.

Perhaps you also may lead a committee or a corporation that is spiritually-based or one that you wish to have follow principles that are spiritually-based, or maybe you work as a member of a group that you think could benefit from spiritual examples. These principles in these readings are universal and timely, no matter what year you’re reading this book.

2   [COOPERATION.262.3.21]

These Readings will guide you in your endeavor to advance the growth of your soul as you work within your group. Each partner is an individual, as was each member of the original study group. Like them, each member of your circle will find your approach engaging to varying degrees.

3   [COOPERATION.262.2.13]

4   [COOPERATION/IDEAL.262.2.4]

5   [COOPERATION.262.3.9]

Experience or experiences is the Source’s way of saying lifetime or lifetimes. Can experience refer as well to a single lifetime during which a person must choose to follow either Jesus Christ or Satan, with eternity spent in Heaven or Hell after his or her death? Could experiences refer as well to the challenges and choices of everyday life for an orthodox Christian?

6   [COOPERATION.262.3.12]

7   [COOPERATION.262.3.8]

8   [COOPERATION.262.2.23]

9   [COOPERATION.262.3.2]

10   [COOPERATION.262.1.8]

 

2

11 [COOPERATION.262.4.7]

12,13,14 [FAITH.262.17.7]

15 [COOPERATION.262.5.8]

16 [COOPERATION.262.3.3]

17 [COOPERATION.262.3.4]

 

3

18 [COOPERATION.262.3.17]

19,20 [COOPERATION.262.3.19]

22 [COOPERATION.262.1.3]

23 [COOPERATION.262.3.20]

24 [COOPERATION.262.4.8]

25 [COOPERATION.262.5.2]

26 [COOPERATION.262.2.20]

 

4

27 [COOPERATION.262.3.14]

28 [COOPERATION.262.3.16] These words, “line upon line, precept upon precept,” appear throughout the Readings, and they are meant to encourage the reader. It is interesting to note their origin in the Old Testament, though. They’re from Isaiah 28:10, and they concern God’s imminent punishment of the citizens of Ephraim, because they’ve remained deaf to the prophets who have tried to teach them His way. Here are a few other versions of the same verse, and Barnes’ commentary.

10 For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little. King James Version

10 So they make fun of the Lord’s prophet and say: “A command here, a command there. A rule here, a rule there. A lesson here, a lesson there.” International Children’s Bible

10 For command, command again; command, command again; expect, expect again; expect, expect again: a little there, a little there. Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition

10 It is ever, Pass the word on, pass the word on, Wait a while yet, wait a while yet, A word with you, here, A word with you, there!  Knox Bible

10 For it is blah-blah upon blah-blah,
blah-blah upon blah-blah,
gah-gah upon gah-gah,
gah-gah upon gah-gah,
a little here, a little there. 
Lexham English Bible

 

10 He speaks to us as though we were babies:

“Saw lasaw saw lasaw
Qaw laqaw qaw laqaw
Ze’er sham ze’er sham.” 
Easy to Read Version

 

9-10 “Is that so? And who do you think you are to teach us?
Who are you to lord it over us?
We’re not babies in diapers
to be talked down to by such as you—
‘Da, da, da, da,
blah, blah, blah, blah.
That’s a good little girl,
that’s a good little boy.’” 
The Message

 

10 Here is how he teaches.
Do this and do that.
Do that and do this.
Obey this rule and obey that rule.
Obey that rule and obey this rule.
Learn a little here and learn a little there.” 
New International Reader’s Version

 

10 He tells us everything over and over—
one line at a time,
one line at a time,
a little here,
and a little there!” 
New Living Translation

 

10 You don’t even listen—
all you hear is senseless sound
after senseless sound. 
Contemporary English Version


10
They speak utter nonsense.  God’s Word Translation

It may be observed here that God's method of imparting religious truth has often appeared to a scoffing world to be undignified and foolish. Sinners suppose that he does not sufficiently respect their understanding, and pay a tribute to the dignity of their nature. The truths of God, and his modes of inculcating them, are said to be adapted to the understandings of childhood and of age; to imbecility of years, or to times when the mind is enfeebled by disease.  Barnes’ Notes on the Bible

 

29 [COOPERATION.262.3.6]

30 [COOPERATION.262.3.14]

31 [COOPERATION.262.3.11]

 

5

32 [COOPERATION.262.5.7]

33 [COOPERATION.262.5.10]

34 [KNOW.262.7.12]

35 [KNOW.262.7.3]

36,37 [KNOW.262.7.2]

38 [KNOW.262.8.4]

39,40 [COOPERATION.262.5.11]

41 [FAITH.262.15.5]

42 [COOPERATION.262.5.11]

 

KNOW YOURSELF

1

43 [KNOW.262.6.2]

44a, 44b [KNOW.262.6.12]

45 [KNOW.262.7.10]

46 [KNOW.262.8.2]

47 [KNOW.262.6.11]

48 [KNOW.262.7.5]

49 [KNOW.262.6.12]

50 [KNOW.262.6.8]

51 [KNOW.262.6.10]

52 [KNOW.262.7.6]

53 [KNOW.262.7.8]

54-58 [KNOW.262.6.12]

59 [KNOW.262.7.7]

 

2

60,61 [KNOW.262.6.3]

62 [KNOW.262.9.12]

63 [KNOW.262.6.6]

64 [KNOW.262.8.3]

65-67 [KNOW.262.8.5]

 

3

68,69 [KNOW.262.8.7]

70 [KNOW.262.8.8]

71 [KNOW.262.9.7]

72,73 [KNOW.262.8.10]

74 [KNOW.262.8.12]

75a [KNOW.262.10.21]

75b-77 [KNOW.262.8.12]

 

4

78 [KNOW.262.9.6]

79-81 [KNOW.262.9.17]

82 [KNOW.262.9.7]

83, 84 [KNOW.262.9.8]

85-88 [KNOW.262.10.19]

 

5

89-92 [KNOW.262.10.20]

 

6

93 [KNOW.262.10.24]

94,95 [KNOW.262.7.9]

96 [KNOW.262.7.9]

97 [KNOW.262.7.12]

98 [KNOW.262.7.16]

99 [KNOW.262.7.11]

100 [KNOW.262.7.14]

101 [KNOW.262.9.2]

102 [KNOW.262.11.2]

103 [KNOW.262.10.24]

 

YOUR IDEAL IS YOUR STANDARD

1

104,105 [KNOW/IDEAL.262.11.3]

106 [FAITH/IDEAL.262.17.14]

107 [KNOW/IDEAL.262.11.11]

108-113 [FAITH/IDEAL.262.17.14]

 

2

114-117 [IDEAL.262.14.18]

118 [IDEAL.262.14.22]

119 [KNOW/IDEAL.262.11.4]

120 [KNOW/IDEAL.262.11.6]

121,122 [KNOW/IDEAL.262.11.10]

123 [KNOW/IDEAL.262.11.7]

 

3

124 [IDEAL.262.12.2]

126 [IDEAL.262.12.3]

127,128 [IDEAL/FAITH.262.13.2]

129-131 [IDEAL.262.12.4]

 

4

132 [KNOW/IDEAL.262.11.11]

133 [IDEAL.262.12.6]

135,136 [IDEAL/FAITH.262.13.8]

137,138 [IDEAL/FAITH.262.14.24]

 

5

139,140 [IDEAL/FAITH.262.13.9]

141 [KNOW/IDEAL.262.11.13]

142 [KNOW/IDEAL.262.11.12]

143a [KNOW/IDEAL.262.11.14]

143b [PATIENCE.262.26.8]

144 [IDEAL.262.12.5]

145 [IDEAL.262.12.7]

146 [IDEAL.262.12.10]

147 [FAITH.262.15.6]

148 [FAITH.262.15.4]

149 [KNOW/IDEAL.262.11.9]

150 [IDEAL/FAITH.262.14.24]

151 [PATIENCE.262.26.8]

 

FAITH

1

152a [FAITH.262.15.3]

152b [IDEAL/FAITH.262.14.19]

153-157[FAITH.262.15.3]

Barnabas, referenced in [IDEAL/FAITH.262.14.19], was an evangelist and Paul’s preaching companion when they travelled throughout the Mediterranean.

 

2

158 [IDEAL/FAITH.262.12.9]

159 [IDEAL/FAITH.262.13.2]

160,161 [FAITH.262.15.8]

162 [FAITH.262.15.9]

163 [FAITH.262.15.10]

 

3

164-166 [FAITH.262.15.12]

167-169 [FAITH.262.15.13]

170-172 [FAITH.262.15.14]

 

4

173,174 [FAITH.262.17.2]

175,176 [FAITH.262.17.3]

177 [FAITH.262.17.5]

178-180 [FAITH.262.17.6]

181 [FAITH.262.17.13]

 

5

182 [FAITH.262.17.8]

183-185 [FAITH.262.17.9]

186 [FAITH.262.17.10]

187,188 [FAITH.262.17.16]

 

VIRTUE AND UNDERSTANDING

1

189-192 [VIRTUE.262.18.30]

 

2

193-195 [VIRTUE.262.18.35]

196 [VIRTUE.262.20.4]

 

3

197 [VIRTUE.262.18.31]

198 [VIRTUE.262.18.32]

199 [VIRTUE.262.18.33]

200-202 [VIRTUE.262.19.8]

203,204 [VIRTUE.262.19.9]

 

4

205 [VIRTUE.262.19.7]

206-210 [VIRTUE.262.19.4]

211,212 [VIRTUE.262.19.12]

213 [VIRTUE.262.19.5]

214 [VIRTUE.262.19.11]

215 [VIRTUE.262.18.38]

216 [PATIENCE.262.26.12]

217 [VIRTUE/FAITH.262.18.34]

218 [VIRTUE.262.19.14]

219 [VIRTUE.262.19.6]

220 [VIRTUE.262.19.2]

 

FELLOWSHIP

1

221,222 [FELLOWSHIP.262.21.4]

223 [FELLOWSHIP.262.22.9]

224 [FELLOWSHIP.262.23.6]

 

2

225-229 [FELLOWSHIP.262.22.8]

230 [FELLOWSHIP.262.22.12]

231,232 [FELLOWSHIP.262.23.4]

233 [FELLOWSHIP.262.23.11]

 

3

234 [FELLOWSHIP.262.23.12]

235,236 [DOOR.262.28.7]

237 [DOOR.262.28.8]

238,239 [DOOR.262.28.15]

 

4

240 [FELLOWSHIP.262.21.5]

241 [FELLOWSHIP.262.22.11]

 

PATIENCE

1

242 [PATIENCE.262.24.5]

243 [PATIENCE.262.26.7]

244,245 [PATIENCE.262.24.5]

246 [PATIENCE.262.24.7]

247 [PATIENCE.262.25.7]

248 [PATIENCE.262.26.11]

 

2

249 [PATIENCE.262.24.9]

250 [PATIENCE.262.24.12]

251,252 [PATIENCE.262.24.9]

253 [PATIENCE.262.24.16]

254 [PATIENCE.262.25.11]

255 [PATIENCE.262.26.9]

256 [PATIENCE.262.25.11]

257 [PATIENCE.262.24.11]

258 [PATIENCE.262.24.13]

259,260 [PATIENCE.262.24.15]

261 [PATIENCE.262.24.8]

262 [PATIENCE.262.26.13]

263 [PATIENCE.262.26.28]

 

3

264 [PATIENCE.262.26.22]

265 [PATIENCE.262.26.3]

266,267 [PATIENCE.262.26.4]

268-270 [PATIENCE.262.25.9]

271,272 [PATIENCE.262.24.14]

273 [PATIENCE.262.26.25]

274,275 [PATIENCE.262.25.3]

276 [PATIENCE.262.25.5]

277,278 [PATIENCE.262.25.14]

279 [PATIENCE.262.26.24]

280 [PATIENCE.262.26.26]

281 [PATIENCE.262.26.17]

282 [PATIENCE.262.26.20]

 

4

283 [PATIENCE.262.25.4]

284 [PATIENCE.262.26.16]

285 [PATIENCE.262.26.23]

286 [PATIENCE.262.26.19]

287 [PATIENCE.262.26.10]

288,289 [PATIENCE.262.25.6]

290 [PATIENCE.262.24.18]

291 [PATIENCE.262.24.10]

292 [PATIENCE.262.25.8]

293,294 [PATIENCE.262.25.10]

294,295 [PATIENCE.262.25.13]

296 [PATIENCE.262.26.5]

297 [PATIENCE.262.26.18]

298 [PATIENCE.262.26.21]

299 [PATIENCE.262.24.5]

 

THE OPEN DOOR

1

300-303 [DOOR.262.29.4]

304 [DOOR.262.29.6]

 

2

305-308 [DOOR.262.28.12]

309 [DOOR.262.29.5]

 

3

310,311 [DOOR.262.27.3]

312-316 [DOOR.262.28.18]

 

4

317-319 [DOOR.262.28.17]

320 [DOOR.262.27.4]

321 [DOOR.262.28.3]

322 [DOOR.262.29.8]

323,324 [DOOR.262.28.4]

 

5

325 [DOOR.262.29.12]

326 [DOOR.262.28.4]

 

6

327-329 [DOOR.262.28.9]

330 [DOOR.262.28.10]

331-333  [IDEAL/FAITH.262.14:23] in the name of: by the authority of (freedictionary.com); on behalf of (dictionary.com)

334-337 [DOOR.262.28.13]

338-340 [DOOR.262.28.14]

 

7

341-345 [DOOR.262.29.9]

346-351 [DOOR.262.29.10]

 

8

352-357 [DOOR.262.29.11]

 

9

358 [DOOR.262.30.20]

359 [DOOR.262.30.3]

360 [DOOR.262.28.16]

361 [DOOR.262.30.5]

362-364 [DOOR.262.30.6]

365 [DOOR.262.30.7]

366 [DOOR.262.30.8]

367 [DOOR.262.30.9]

368 [DOOR.262.30.10]

369 [DOOR.262.30.12]

370 [DOOR.262.30.13]

 

10

371 [DOOR.262.28.11]

372 [DOOR.262.30.11]

373 [DOOR.262.30.15]

374 [DOOR.262.30.16]

375,376 [DOOR.262.30.17]

377 [DOOR.262.29.13]

378,379 [DOOR.262.30.14]

 

IN HIS PRESENCE

1

380-384 [PRESENCE.262.31.5]

385,386 [PRESENCE.262.31.7]

387-390 [PRESENCE.262.32.2]

 

2

391,392 [PRESENCE.262.32.8]

393 [PRESENCE.262.32.9]

394 [PRESENCE.262.32.10]

395 [PRESENCE.262.33.6]

 

3

396 [PRESENCE.262.32.11]

397 [PRESENCE.262.32.24]

398 [PRESENCE.262.32.23]

399 [PRESENCE.262.32.15]

400 [PRESENCE.262.32.16]

401 [PRESENCE.262.32.17]

402 [PRESENCE.262.32.18]

 

4

403-404 [PRESENCE.262.32.19]

405 [PRESENCE.262.32.23]

406-412 [PRESENCE.262.33.7]

413 [PRESENCE.262.33.12]

 

5

414 [PRESENCE.262.32.5]

415-418 [PRESENCE.262.33.7]

419,420 [PRESENCE.262.32.6]

421-423 [PRESENCE.262.32.5]

424 [PRESENCE.262.32.6]

425 [PRESENCE.262.32.21]

426 [PRESENCE.262.31.6]

427 [PRESENCE.262.32.21]

428 [PRESENCE.262.32.22]

429 [PRESENCE.262.31.7]

430 [PRESENCE.262.31.8]

 

6

431,432 [PRESENCE.262.32.20]

433 [PRESENCE.262.32.19]

434-436 [PRESENCE.262.33.8]

437-440 [PRESENCE.262.33.13]

 

THE CROSS AND THE CROWN

1

441,442  [PRESENCE/CROSS.262.34:9]

443 [PRESENCE/CROSS.262.34.10]

 

2

444 [CROSS.262.35.3]

445 [CROSS.262.35.4]

446 [CROSS.262.35.5]

447 [CROSS.262.35.6]

448 [CROSS.262.35.7]

449 [CROSS.262.35.8]

450 [CROSS.262.35.9]

451 [CROSS.262.35.10]

452 [CROSS.262.35.11]

453 [CROSS.262.35.12]

454,455 [CROSS.262.36.3]

 

3

456 [CROSS.262.36.4]

457 [CROSS.262.36.5]

458,459 [CROSS.262.36.6]

 

4

460 [CROSS.262.36.7]

461 [CROSS.262.36.8]

462 [CROSS.262.36.9]

463 [CROSS.262.36.10]

464 [CROSS.262.36.11]

465,466 [CROSS.262.36.12]

467 [CROSS.262.36.13]

 

5

468 [CROSS.262.36.16]

469-472 [CROSS.262.36.18]

 

6

473 [CROSS.262.37.11]

474 [CROSS.262.37.13]

475a [CROSS.262.37.8]

475b [CROSS.262.37.9]

476 [CROSS.262.37.8]

477 [CROSS.262.37.15]

478,479 [CROSS.262.37.12]

480 [CROSS.262.37.17]

481 [CROSS.262.37.18]

482 [CROSS.262.37.16]

483 [CROSS.262.37.14]

484 [CROSS.262.37.22]

 

7

485 [CROSS.262.37.5]

486-488 [CROSS.262.36.17]

From the Wikipedia entry, Temple Mount (Wikipedia’s Bible citations and hyperlinks omitted): Judaism regards the Temple Mount as the place where God chose the divine presence to rest; according to the rabbinic sages whose debates produced the Talmud, it was from here the world expanded into its present form and where God gathered the dust used to create the first man, Adam. The site is the location of Abraham's binding of Isaac. According to the Bible, two Jewish Temples stood at the Temple Mount, though there is no proof for the first temple. According to the Bible the site should function as the center of all national life—a governmental, judicial and, of course, religious center. During the Second Temple period it functioned also as an economical center. From that location the word of God will come out to all nations, and that is the site where all prayers are focused. According to Jewish tradition and scripture, the first temple was built by Solomon the son of David in 957 BCE and destroyed by the Babylonians in 586 BCE. The second was constructed under the auspices of Zerubbabel in 516 BCE and destroyed by the Roman Empire in 70 CE. Jewish tradition maintains it is here the Third and final Temple will also be built.

The location is the holiest site in Judaism and is the place Jews turn towards during prayer. Due to its extreme sanctity, many Jews will not walk on the Mount itself, to avoid unintentionally entering the area where the Holy of Holies stood, since according to rabbinical law, some aspect of the divine presence is still present at the site. It was from the Holy of Holies that the High Priest communicated directly with God.

489-491 [CROSS.262.37.5]

 

8

492,493 [CROSS.262.37.3]

494 [ONE.262.40.16]

495 [CROSS.262.37.4]

496a [CROSS.262.37.6]

496b [CROSS.262.37.7]

496c [CROSS.262.37.6]

497 [CROSS.262.37.10]

498 [CROSS.262.37.19]

499 [CROSS.262.37.20]

500 [CROSS.262.37.23]

501 [CROSS.262.37.24]

502 [CROSS.262.37.25]

 

GOD IS ONE

1

503 [ONE.262.41.4]

504 [ONE.262.41.3]

505-514 [CROSS.262.38.3]

 

2

515,516 [ONE.262.40.3]

517 [ONE.262.39.27]

518 [ONE.262.40.4]

519 [ONE.262.39.12]

520-522 [ONE.262.39.12]

 

3

523,524 [ONE.262.39.6]

525a [ONE.262.39.7]

525b [ONE.262.39.6]

525c [ONE.262.39.7]

525d [ONE.262.39.6 (Question)]

526,527 [ONE.262.39.9]

 

4

528 [ONE.262.40.7]

529 [ONE.262.40.5]

530 [ONE.262.40.6]

 

5

531,532 [ONE.262.40.9]

533 [ONE.262.40.10]

534a [ONE.262.40.10]

534b [ONE.262.40.11]

534c [ONE.262.40.10]

535-537 [ONE.262.40.12]

538 [ONE.262.40.14]

 

6

539 [ONE.262.42.15]

540 [ONE.262.42.8]

541 [ONE.262.42.5]

542 [ONE.262.42.11]

543 [ONE.262.42.18]

544 [ONE.262.42.16]

545 [ONE.262.42.10]

546 [ONE.262.42.12]

547 [ONE.262.42.7]

548 [ONE.262.42.13]

549 [ONE.262.42.6]

550 [ONE.262.42.17]

551 [ONE.262.42.19]

552 [ONE.262.42.21]

 

7

553 [ONE.262.40.13]

554-556 [ONE.262.40.14]

557 [ONE.262.40.15]

558,559 [ONE.262.41.12]

 

LOVE

1

560 [LOVE.262.43.4]

561 [LOVE.262.44.6]

562 [LOVE.262.44.9]

563 [LOVE.262.44.4]

564a [LOVE.262.44.10]

564 b [LOVE.262.45.6]

564 c [LOVE.262.44.10]

565 [LOVE.262.45.3]

566 [LOVE.262.45.3]

567 [LOVE.262.45.4]

568 [LOVE.262.45.9]

569 [LOVE.262.45.5]

570 [LOVE.262.45.7]

571 [LOVE.262.45.10]

572 [LOVE.262.45.8]

573 [LOVE.262.45.12]

574 [LOVE.262.45.11]

 

2

575 [LOVE.262.44.11]

576 [LOVE.262.44.7]

577 [LOVE.262.43.4]

578 [LOVE.262.47.13]

579 [LOVE.262.45.3]

580 [LOVE.262.44.19]

581,582 [LOVE.262.46.18]

 

3

583,584 [LOVE.262.43.4]

585a [LOVE.262.46.8]

585b [LOVE.262.46.8]

585c [LOVE.262.43.4]

585d [LOVE.262.46.6]

585e [LOVE.262.43.4]

586 [LOVE.262.46.15]

587 [LOVE.262.46.17]

588 [LOVE.262.47.16]

589 [LOVE.262.47.17]

590 [LOVE.262.47.18]

591 [LOVE.262.46.9]

An example of the Source’s poetic use of language: constraint, in the dictionary, means both urging forward and holding back.  The Source seems to say that God urges you forward but expects you to act with restraint.

592 [LOVE.262.47.19]

593 [LOVE.262.47.20]

594,595 [LOVE.262.47.8]

596 [LOVE.262.47.9]

597 [LOVE.262.44.8]

 

4

598 [LOVE.262.44.8]

599-601 [LOVE.262.46.12]

602a [LOVE.262.46.12]

602b [LOVE.262.44.8]

603 [LOVE.262.44.13]

604a [LOVE.262.46.16]

604b [LOVE.262.46.12]

605 [LOVE.262.44.16]

 

5

606 [LOVE.262.46.13]

607,608 [LOVE.262.45.14]

609-612 [LOVE.262.45.15]

613 [LOVE.262.46.18]

 

6

614 [LOVE.262.44.18]

615 [LOVE.262.46.4]

616 [LOVE.262.47.6]

617 [LOVE.262.47.4]

618 [LOVE.262.44.20]

619 [LOVE.262.44.21]

620a [LOVE.262.47.3]

620b [LOVE.262.46.5]

621,622 [LOVE.262.47.14]

623 [LOVE.262.46.10]

624 [LOVE.262.47.10]

625 [LOVE.262.47.15]

626 [LOVE.262.47.11]

 

7

627 [LOVE.262.47.7]

628 [LOVE.262.47.12]

629 [LOVE.262.47.15]

630 [LOVE.262.44.17]

631 [LOVE.262.44.22]

632-634 [LOVE.262.45.20]

635,636 [LOVE.262.46.14]

637-639 [LOVE.262.47.21]  Gladys Davis attributed this quote to archangel Michael, and indexed it that way, even though he did not announce himself.

640 [LOVE.262.48.5]

641 [LOVE.262.48.7]

642 [LOVE.262.48.8]


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