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Table of Contents – Jesus, His Life as the Son of God!

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PART I:  THE UNIVERSAL FATHER – GOD HIMSELF 1.The Supreme Mandate 2.Spiritual Value of the Personality Concept PART II:  THE NATURE OF GOD 1.The Infinity of God 2.Our Father’s Eternal Perfection 3.Justice and Righteousness 4.The Divine Mercy 5.The Love of God 6.The Goodness of God PART III:  THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 1.God’s Everywhereness 2.God’s Infinite Power 3.God’s Universal Knowledge 4.God’s Limitlessness 5.Our Father’s Supreme Rule 6.The Father’s Primacy PART IV:  JESUS, FROM BAPTISM TO RESURRECTION JOHN THE BAPTIST 1.John Becomes a Nazarite 2.The Death of Zacharias 3.The Life of a Shepherd 4.The Death of Elizabeth 5.The Kingdom of God 6.John Begins to Preach 7.John Journeys North 8.Meeting of Jesus and John Baptism of Jesus 9.Forty Days of Preaching 10.John Journeys South 11.John in Prison 12.Death of John the Baptist BAPTISM AND THE FORTY DAYS 1.Concepts of the Expected Messiah 2.The Baptism of Jesus 3.The Forty Days Conference with Gabriel Completion of Universe Sovereignty 4.The Incarnation—Making Two One 5.Plans for Public Work The Father’s Way 6.The First Great Decision Personalized Adjuster in Command Insensitivity of Adjuster to Time 7.The Second Decision The path of normal earthly existence 8.The Third Decision Obedience to natural law 9.The Fourth Decision Refusal to compromise with evil 10.The Fifth Decision Rejection of David’s throne 11.The Sixth Decision “I will be subject to the will of my Father.” Tarrying Time in Galilee 1.Choosing the First Four Apostles Andrew and Peter James and John 2.Choosing Philip and Nathaniel 3.The Visit to Capernaum 4.The Wedding at Cana 5.Back in Capernaum 6.The Events of a Sabbath Day 7.Four Months of Training 8.Sermon on the Kingdom Training the Kingdom Instructors 1.Final Instructions 2.Choosing the Six 3.The Call of Matthew and Simon Not the righteous but sinners. 4.The Call of the Twins 5.The Call of Thomas and Judas 6.The Week of Intensive Training 7.Another Disappointment 8.First Work of the Twelve 9.Five Months of Testing 10.Organization of the Twelve The Twelve Apostles 1.Andrew, the First Chosen 2.Simon Peter 3.James Zebedee 4.John Zebedee 5.Philip the Curious 6.Honest Nathaniel 7.Matthew Levi 8.Thomas Didymus 9.and 10. James and Judas Alpheus 11.Simon the Zealot 12.Judas Iscariot The Ordination of the Twelve 1.Preliminary Instruction 2.The Ordination 3.The Ordination Sermon The “Sermon on the Mount” 4.You are the Salt of the Earth 5.Fatherly and Brotherly Love Happy are the poor in spirit – The humble Happy are they who hunger and thirst for Righteousness Happy are the meek Happy are the pure in heart Happy are they who mourn Happy are the merciful Happy are the peacemakers Happy are they who are persecuted 6.The Evening of the Ordination “I look beyond the act …” Concerning divorcement Justice and Mercy “They do well – trouble them not.” 7.The Week Following the Ordination 8.Thursday Afternoon on the Lake (1) Doing the Father’s Will (2) Political attitude (3) Social attitude (4) Economic attitude (5) Personal Religion 9.The Day of Consecration 10.The Evening After the Consecration Beginning the Public Work 1.Leaving Galilee 2.God’s Law and the Father’s Will 3.The Sojourn at Amathus Jesus’ personality Jesus’ appearance 4.Teaching about the Father Minister the Sick 5.Spiritual Unity 6.Last Week at Amathus Teherma the Persian 7.At Bethany Beyond Jordan Teaching about the kingdom Salvation by faith; liberty through truth 8.Working in Jericho 9.Departing for Jerusalem The Passover at Jeruselem     Visit to Annas 1.Teaching in the Temple 2.God’s Wrath Jacob of Crete 3.The Concept of God Six Hebrew concepts of God The earlier ten commandments 4.Flavius and Greek Culture 5.Discourse on Assurance 6.The Visit with Nicodemus 7.The Lesson on the Family 8.In Southern Judea 9.The camp in Gethsemane Park Going through Samaria 1.Preaching at Archelais “They made light of our message.” “Do you resemble weaklings?” 2.Lesson on Self-Mastery 3.Diversion and Relaxation Three days on Mount Sartaba 4.The Jews and the Samaritans 5.The Woman of Sychar 6.The Samaritan Revival In camp on Mount Gerizim 7.Teachings about Prayer and Worship At Gilboa and in the Decapolis 1.The Gilboa Encampment 2.The Discourse on Prayer 3.The Believer’s Prayer 4.More About Prayer 5.Other Forms of Prayer Seven prayers from other worlds 6.Conference with John’s Apostles 7.In the Decapolis Cities 8.In Camp Near Pella “… tell John that he is not forgotten.” 9.Death of John the Baptist Four Eventful Days at Capernaum   Visit with Ruth 1.The Draught of Fishes 2.Afternoon at the Synagogue Religion is a personal experience The Young epileptic Peter’s wife mother 3.The Healing at Sundown 4.The Evening After 5.Early Sunday Morning First Preaching tour at Galilee 1.Preaching at Rimmon 2.At Jotapata Prayer, thanksgiving, and worship Justice and mercy Prayer and personal effort Ethical prayer 3.The Stop at Ramah Religion, science, and philosophy The assurance of truth The visit at Zebulun 4.The Gospel at Iron Work in the mines Healing the leprous man 5.Back in Cana Titus the nobleman 6.Nain and the Widow’s Son 7.At Endor The Interlude Visit to Jerusalem 1.The Centurion’s Servant 2.The Journey to Jerusalem Separation from John’s apostles 3.At the Pool of Bethesda 4.The Rule of Living Nathaniel’s question about the golden rule 5.Visiting Simon the Pharisee Parable of the moneylender Status and progress 6.Returning to Capernaum The six spies “The Sabbath was made for man…” 7.Back in Capernaum 8.The Feast of Spiritual Goodness Training Evangelists at Bethsaida 1.A New School of the Prophets 2.The Bethsaida Hospital 3.The Father’s Business 4.Evil, Sin, and Iniquity 5.The Purpose of Affliction 6.The Misunderstanding of Suffering — Discourse on Job 7.The Man with the Withered Hand 8.Last Week at Bethsaida Kirmeth of Bagdad 9.Healing the Paralytic Baptism of three of the spies Second Preaching Tour    David’s intelligence organization
  1. The Widespread Fame of Jesus
The healing phenomena 2. Attitude of the People Two mistakes of early Christianity Jesus’ fame as a healer His recognition of the equality of women Charm of his personality 3. Hostility of the Religious Leader 4. Progress of the Preaching Tour Comments on anger Concerning well-balanced characters 5. Lesson Regarding Contentment 6. The “Fear of the Lord” 7. Returning to Bethsaida The Third Preaching Tour
  1. The Women’s Evangelistic Corps
2. The Stop at Magdala 3. Sabbath at Tiberias Discourse on “Magic and Superstition” 4. Sending the Apostles Out Two and Two 5. What Must I Do to be Saved 6. The Evening Lessons 7. The Sojourn at Nazareth 8. The Sabbath Service 9. The Nazareth Rejection Tarrying and Teaching by the Seaside 1. The Parable of the Sower 2. Interpretation of the Parable 3. More About Parables 4. More Parables by the Sea 5. The Visit to Kheresa The storm on the lake 6. The Kheresa Lunatic Events leading up to Capernaum Crisis     Veronica of Caesarea-Philippi 1.At Jalrus’s House 2.Feeding the Five Thousand 3.The King—Making Episode 4.Simon Peter’s Night Vision 5.Back in Bethsaida 6.At Gennesaret More about the parable of the sower 7.At Jerusalem The Crisis at Capernaum 1.The Setting of the Stage 2.The Epochal Sermon “I am the bread of life.” 3.The After Meeting 4.Last Words in the Synagogue The boy possessed by the evil spirit 5.The Saturday Evening Desertion of the halfhearted followers Last Days at Capernaum 1.A Week of Counsel 2.A Week of Rest Closing of the synagogues 3.The Second Tiber las Conference 4.Saturday Night in Capernaum “What shall we do with Jesus?” 5.The Eventful Sunday Morning 6.Jesus’ Family Arrives 7.The Hasty Flight Fleeing through Northern Galilee 1.Why Do the Heathen Rage? 2.The Evangelists in Chorazin 3.At Caesarea—Philippi Truth and creed Origin of religious traditions 4.On the Way to Phoenicia 5.The Discourse on True Religion 6.The Second Discourse on Religion The Sojourn at Tyre and Sidon 1.The Syrian Woman 2.Teaching in Sidon “This world is only a bridge …” 3.The Journey Up the Coast 4.At Tyre 5.Jesus’ Teaching at Tyre Parable of the foolish carpenter Temptation and human nature The essentials of material success Spiritual living and self-respect Ideals and ideas Tact, charm, and wisdom 6.The Return from Phoenicia Attitude of the Jewish leaders At Caesarea-Philippi     Jesus Attempts to See His family 1.The Temple—Tax Collector “The fish with a shekel in his mouth. 2.At Bethsaida—Julias 3.Peter’s Confession “Who do men say that I am?” 4.The Talk About the Kingdom 5.The New Concept 6.The Next Afternoon The four stages of Jesus’ life New authoritative pronouncements 7.Andrew’s Conference The Mount of Transfiguration 1.Transfiguration 2.Coming Down the Mountain 3.Meaning of the Transfiguration 4.The Epileptic Boy James of Safed 5.Jesus Heals the Boy “Lord I believe … help my unbelief.” 6.In Celsus’ Garden 7.Peter’s Protest 8.At Peter’s House The Decapolis Tour 1.The Sermon on Forgiveness “How often shall my brother sin against me?” Parable of the reckoning with the stewards Dangers of personal judgment 2.The Strange Preacher 3.Instruction for Teachers and Believers 4.The Talk with Nathaniel “What is the truth about Scriptures? 5.The Positive Nature of Jesus’ Religion “… carry the pack a second mile.” 6.The Return to Magadan Rodan of Alexandria 1.Rodan’s Greek Philosophy The three drives of life Problem solving and worshipful meditation Prejudice and the recognition of truth 2.The Art of Living Socializing value of friendship The great value of marriage 3.The Lures of Maturity 4.The Balance of Maturity Essentials of temporal life Factors of material success The meaning of failure 5.The Religion of the Ideal What is religion? The idea of God and the ideal of God The Father is the final value “But are we willing to pay the price …” Further Discussions with Rodan 1.The Personality of God Nathaniel’s five points 2.The Divine Nature of Jesus Discourse by Nathaniel and Thomas 3.Jesus’ Human and Divine Minds The midwayers’ views At the Feast of Tabernacles “Master … bid fire come down from heaven …” 1.The Dangers of the Visit to Jerusalem 2.The First Temple Talk Eber the officer of the Sanhedrin 3.The Woman Taken in Adultery 4.The Feast of Tabernacles 5.Sermon on the Light of the World 6.Discourse on the Water of Life 7.The Discourse on Spiritual Freedom 8.The Visit with Martha and Mary 9.At Bethlehem with Abner Ordination of the Seventy at Magadan 1.Ordination of the Seventy The harvest is plenteous but the laborers are few 2.The Rich Young Man and Others’ Riches and the love of wealth 3.The Discussion About Wealth Parable of the laborers in the vineyard 4.Farewell to the Seventy Jesus’ instructions Peter’s ordination sermon 5.Moving the Camp to Pella 6.The Return of the Seventy 7.Preparation for the Last Mission At the Feast of Dedication 1.Story of the Good Samaritan 2.At Jerusalem 3.Healing the Blind Beggar 4.Josiah Before the Sanhedrin 5.Teaching in Solomon’s Porch The Perean Mission Begins 1.At the Pella Camp 2.Sermon on the Good Shepherd “Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees…” 3.Sabbath Sermon at Pella “…the very hairs of your head are numbered” 4.Dividing the Inheritance Parable of the foolish rich man “Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” “What shall it profit if you gain the world…?” 5.Talks to the Apostles on Wealth “Consider the lilies, how they grow …” 6.Answer to Peter’s Question Last Visit to Northen Perea 1.The Pharisees at Ragaba Ceremonial hand washing 2.The Ten Lepers 3.The Sermon at Gerasa The straight and narrow way Many who are first will be last “I stand at the door and knock …” 4.Teaching About Accidents 5.The Congregation at Philadelphia The later ministry and death of Abner The Visit to Philadelphia 1.Breakfast with the Pharisees Healing the believer “ … sit not down in the chef seat …” 2.Parable at the Great Supper 3.The Woman with the Spirit of Infirmity 4.The Message from Bethany 5.On the Way to Bethany The Pharisee and the publican Teaching about marriage 6.Blessing the Little Children Beauty as an influence to worship 7.The Talk About Angels The Resurrection of Lazarus “I am the resurrection and the life …” 1.At the Tomb of Lazarus 2.The Resurrection of Lazarus 3.Meeting of the Sanhedrin “It is better that one man die …” 4.The Answer to Prayer 5.What Became of Lazarus Last Teaching at Pella The Sanhedrin’s charges against Jesus 1.Parable of the Lost Son 2.Parable of the Shrewd Steward 3.The Rich Man and the Beggar 4.The Father and His Kingdom Jesus lived a revelation of God Elohim and Yahweh The Kingdom of Heaven 1.Concepts of the Kingdom of Heaven 2.Jesus’ Concept of the Kingdom Sin and forgiveness 3.In Relation to Righteousness 4.Jesus’ Teaching About the Kingdom 5.Later Ideas of the Kingdom Social brotherhood and spiritual brotherhood Another and greater John the Baptist Christianity and the Jesus gospel On the Way to Jerusalem “ … promise me that these my sons shall have honor …” 1.The Departure from Pella David Zebedee’s later life Antioch and Philadelphia 2.On Counting the Cost 3.The Perean Tour Farewell to Abner 4.Teaching at Livias Peter and Simon and the 100 swords Warning of the friendly Pharisees 5.The Blind Man at Jericho 6.The Visit to Zaccheus 7.“As Jesus Passed By” 8.Parable of the Pounds Nathaniel’s interpretation of the parable Going into Jerusalem 1.Sabbath at Bethany Mary anoints Jesus’ feet Jesus rebukes Judas 2.Sunday Morning with the Apostles 3.The Start for Jerusalem 4.Visiting About the Temple The widow’s mite 5.The Apostles’ Attitude Monday in Jerusalem 1.Cleansing the Temple 2.Challenging the Master’s Authority “The baptism of John, whence was it?” 3.Parable of the Two Sons 4.Parable of the Absent Landlord The stone which the builders rejected 5.Parable of the Marriage Feast “Destroy this temple and … I will raise it up.” Tuesday Morning in the Temple Individual salutations to the twelve 1.Divine Forgiveness 2.Questions by the Jewish Rulers It is lawful to give tribute to Caesar? 3.The Sadducees and the Resurrection 4.The Great Commandment The Deliverer, whose son is he? 5.The Inquiring Greeks “ … except a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies …” “ … if I be lifted up … in your lives…” The Last Temple Discourse 1.The Discourse “Generation after generation have we sent our prophets …” “ … he who would be greatest among you …” “Woe upon you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites!” “ … you … cleanse the outside of the cup …” “And now I take leave of you.” 2.Status of Individual Jews 3.The Fateful Sanhedrin Meeting 4.The Situation in Jerusalem Judas’ final decision Tuesday Evening on Mount Olivet 1.The Destruction of Jerusalem 2.The Master’s Second Coming The account in the Matthew Gospel 3.Later Discussion at the Camp Parable of the talents “Carry on until I come.” Comments on the growth of living truth 4.The Return of Michael Wednesday, The Rest Day 1.One Day Alone with God John Mark and the lunch basket 2.Early Home Life 3.The Day at Camp 4.Judas and the Chief Priests 5.The Last Social Hour Beware of the support of the multitude Last Day at the Camp 1.Discourse on Sonship and Citizenship Learn to be faithful even in Prosperity Tempt not the angels of your supervision 2.After the Noontime Meal David relieves Judas of the ‘bag’ Arrangements for the Last Supper 3.On the Way to the Supper The Last Supper 1.The Desire for Preference 2.Beginning the Supper 3.Washing the Apostles’ Fee 4.Last Words to the Betrayer 5.Establishing the Remembrance Supper The Farewell Discourse 1.The New Commandment “… love one another even as I have loved you.” 2.The Vine and the Branches 3.Enmity of the World “Let not your hearts be troubled.” “Master, show us the Father …” 4.The Promised Helper 5.The Spirit of Truth Comments on the golden rule 6.The Necessity for Leaving Final Admonitions and Warnings 1.Last Words of Comfort “I give each of you all you will receive.” “Let not your heart be troubled.” 2.Farewell Personal Admonitions In Gethsemane 1.The Last Group Prayer Jesus’ enlargement of the revelation of God’s name 2.Last hour Before the Betrayal Dispatching the runner to Abner David Zebedee’s farewell 3.Alone in Gethsemane The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak The Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus 1.The Father’s Will 2.Judas in the City 3.The Master’s Arrest 4.Discussion at the Olive Press 5.On the Way to the High Priest’s Palace Before the Sanhedrin Court 1.Examination by Annas 2.Peter in the Courtyard 3.Before the Court of Sanhedrists 4.The Hour of Humiliation A new revelation of man to God 5.The Second Meeting of the Court The Trial before Pilate 1.Pontius Pilate 2.Jesus Appears Before Pilate The written charges of the Sanhedrist tribunal 3.The Private Examination by Pilate 4.Jesus Before Herod 5.Jesus Returns to Pilate 6.Pilate’s Last Appeal The scourging of Jesus “Behold the man!” 7.Pilate’s Last Interview 8.Pilate’s Tragic Surrender Just Before The Crucifixion Jesus’ family at Bethany 1.The End of Judas Iscariot The thirty pieces of silver 2.The Master’s Attitude “Pilate on trial before Jesus.” “Behold God and man!” 3.The Dependable David Zebedee 4.Preparation for the Crucifixion 5.Jesus’ Death in Relation to the Passover The Crucifixion 1.On the Way to Golgotha “Daughters of Jerusalem, weep not for me …” Simon from Cyrene 2.The Crucifixion 3.Those Who Saw the Crucifixion 4.The Thief on the Cross Jesus’ charge to John 5.Last Hour on the Cross 6.After the Crucifixion The Time of the Tomb Joseph and Nicodemus before Pilate 1.The Burial of Jesus 2.Safeguarding the Tomb 3.During the Sabbath Day What did Jesus commend to the Father’s hands? Status of the personality of Jesus 4.Meaning of the Death on the Cross 5.Lessons from the Cross The Resurrection 1.The Morontia Transit 2.The Material Body of Jesus 3.The Dispensational Resurrection Departure of the Personalized Adjuster 4.Discovery of the Empty Tomb The five women Jesus appears to Mary Magdalene Peter and John at the Tomb Second appearance – to Mary Magdalene Morontia Appearances of Jesus 1.Heralds of the Resurrection 2.Jesus’ Appearance at Bethany Appearance to his brother James Appearance to his earthly family 3.At the Home of Joseph 4.Appearance to the Greeks 5.The Walk with Two Brothers Appearances to the Apostles and Other Leaders Reactions of the individual apostles 1.The Appearance to Peter 2.First Appearance to the Apostles 3.With the Morontia Creatures Stages of morontia progression 4.The Tenth Appearance (at Philadelphia) 5.Second Appearance to the Apostles “Blessed are those in the ages to come…” 6.The Alexandrian Appearance Appearances in Galilee 1.Appearance by the Lake “Lads, have you caught anything?” 2.Visiting with the Apostles Two and Two 3.On the Mount of Ordination 4.The Lakeside Gathering Final Appearances and Ascension The sixteenth appearance (courtyard of Nicodemus) 1.The Appearance at Sychar 2.The Phoenician Appearance 3.Last Appearance in Jerusalem 4.Causes of Judas’s Downfall 5.The Master’s Ascension 6.Peter Calls a Meeting Bestowal of the Spirit of Truth The new gospel about Jesus 1.The Pentecost Sermon 2.The Significance of Pentecost The mission of the Spirit of Truth Man’s threefold spiritual endowment The seven higher spiritual influences 3.What Happened at Pentecost 4.Beginning of the Christian Church After Pentecost Reasons for the triumph of Christianity in the Occident Early Christian compromises 1.Influence of the Greeks 2.The Roman Influence 3.Under the Roman Empire 4.The European Dark Ages 5.The Modern Problem 6.Materialism 7.The Vulnerability of Materialism 8.Secular Totalitarianism 9.Christianity’s Problem 10.The Future The Faith of Jesus Jesus’ living faith in God “Seek first the kingdom of heaven.” “Why do you call me good?” What prayer meant to Jesus Jesus’ childlike faith in God 1.Jesus — the Man 2.The Religion of Jesus The religion about Jesus Religion as a personal experience 3.The Supremacy of Religion Fact, idea, and relation Reason, wisdom, and faith Thing, meaning and value Unless a divine lover lived in man Morality and religion The Father is living love

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Douglas Mayberry is a brilliant researcher of the highly complex, written in the highest human language (1924-35) recent revelations to our planet; which have now been fully litigated by the American federal court system to be in the public domain.  For over 35 years he engaged extensive, persistent, and intensive research into the claims, primarily because he just wanted to know. Discovering eternal truths can actually be ‘lived’, through his own direct experience, as to his increasingly number of probing inquiries, he furthered his research to actually be able to ‘live’ the validity of the progressive answers being revealed, finding them to be quite true; leaving him to live a far more peaceful, comfortable, purposefully enjoyable spiritual life, while living here on earth as a human being. Excited! and wanting to spread the message, it however soon became very apparent that the revelations as compiled were just too complex to simply give a full understanding.  So it was for a period spanning over 15 years that he came to analyze, categorize, and organize ‘down-stepped’ subject-related compilations for better study and review.  Enjoy!

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