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PAPER 126 - THE TWO CRUCIAL YEARS

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Good Day Rick, All! :)

 

What teaching. so wonderful!

Wonderful Jesus!

How much goodness! How beautiful! during those years. economically hard!

 

...and Jesus, being a thoroughly practical youth as well as an idealist, intelligently and vigorously attacked his problem just as he found it, and did everything within his power to adjust himself and his family to the realities of their situation and to adapt their condition to the highest possible satisfaction of their individual and collective longings.(1393.7)

 

This dear world, in this time of transition to Urantia has become much more materialistic than spiritual, in this world where people come in elite and privileged, too often the persons is measured more by what they have, so they are.

 

Jesus, at that time seem so remote but his teachings are current and future, his life is the biggest and best example and guide.

He was, Is and Will be...

 

 

...However, among these Jews lack of wealth did not imply social inferiority.(1392.8)

 

Of course! not always closely related, nor is the ideal, not bad to have economic goods, are necessary and important for our tranquility and access to education etc ... etc ... we all know it, but in these times, too many times, both things do not always go hand in hand; the growth is uneven.

 

Incredible, because at that time the Jews were less ignorant than most cults this time? :unsure:

 

This, our beloved Urantia, whose Sovereign is Michael of Nebadon, is running backwards! :rolleyes:

 

 

Love to all.

 

Alina

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Jesus' life is the everlasting comfort of all disappointed idealists.

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Indeed.

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Jesus' life is the everlasting comfort of all disappointed idealists.

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Indeed.

 

That line caught my attention too, but didn't know what to say exactly. Glad you highlighted it.

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