Jesus’ Urantia Book Quotes

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JESUS’ URANTIA BOOK QUOTES       “In the kingdom of heaven there is neither rich nor poor, free nor bond, male nor female, all are equally sons and daughters of God.”  [pg. 1679]       “The disciple is hardly above his master or a servant greater than his lord. It is enough for the disciple  to be equal with his master and the servant to become like his lord.” [pg. 1681]       “You see for yourselves  that the harvest is plenteous,  but the laborers are few. Let us all, therefore, pray the Lord of the harvest that he send forth still more laborers into his fields”.   [pg. 1682]       The “kingdom of heaven is not meat and drink but the realization of the spiritual joy of the acceptance of divine sonship.”  [pg. 1727]       They learned that many souls can best be led to love the unseen God by being first taught to love their brethren whom they can see.  And it was in this connection that new meaning became attached to the Master’s pronouncement concerning unselfish service for  one’s fellows:  “In as  much as you did it to one of the least of my brethren, you did it to me.” [pg. 1727]       “Man’s truest religion is man’s heartfelt loyalty to his highest and truest convictions.” [pg. 1727]       “This world is only a bridge; you may pass over it, but you should not think to build a dwelling place upon it.”  [pg. 1735]       “God is no respecter of persons, races, or nations; there is no favoritism with the Universal Father; the universe is wholly and ever law-abiding and unfailingly dependable.”       All down through the ages men have not been unable to comprehend Jesus; they have been afraid to.       “Even though heaven and earth shall pass away, my words of truth shall not.”       “Forget those things which are in the past while you push forward to embrace the greater realities of the kingdom.”       “[Be] not content with [your] childhood in the gospel but strive for the attainment of the full statute of divine sonship in the communion of the spirit and in the fellowship of believers.”       “My disciples must not only cease to do evil but learn to do well; you must not only be  cleansed from all conscious sin, but you must refuse to harbor even the feelings of guilt. If  you confess your sins, they are forgiven; therefore must you maintain a conscience void of offense.”  [pg. 1736]       “He who would be greatest in the kingdom of my Father’s spiritual brotherhood must    become little in his own eyes and thus become the server of his brethren. Spiritual       greatness consists in an  understanding love that is Godlike and not in an  enjoyment of the exercise of material power for the exaltation of self.”  [pg. 1758]       “For whosoever would save his life selfishly, shall lose it, but whosoever loses his life for my sake and the gospel’s, shall save it.  What  does it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his own soul?   What  would  a man give in exchange for eternal life?” [pg. 1760]       “If you would be first in the kingdom, seek to minister these good truths to your brethren in   the flesh.  But whosoever causes one of [you] little ones to stumble, it would be better for  him if a millstone were hanged about his neck and he were cast into the sea.  If the things   you do with your hands, or the things you see with your eyes give offense in the progress of  the kingdom, sacrifice these cherished idols, for it is better to enter the kingdom minus many  of the beloved things of life rather than to cling to these idols and find yourself shut out of the  kingdom.  But most of all, see that you dispise not one of [you] little ones, for their angels do  always behold the faces of the heavenly hosts.”  [pg. 1761]      Digiprove sealCopyright secured by Digiprove © 2021 Douglas Mayberry
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