Index: the Letter J

Jabbok

flows into Jordan River (124:6.6)

Jacob (evangelist)

directed younger evangelists (150:5.1)

Jacob (messenger)

David's most fleet and trustworthy messenger (182:2.5)

Jacob of Crete

Jewish trader; inquired of God's wrath (142:2sec)

Jacob of Emmaus

at Jesus' 7th appearance (190:5sec)

Jacob (Old Testament) (126:1.2)

had difficulty grasping Salem traditions (93:9.5)

slept on stone because he venerated it (85:1.1)

Jacob the stone mason (father)

business associate of Joseph (124:2.4) (126:3.1)

laid to rest (128:7.12)

young Jesus asked advice of (123:6.9)

Jacob the stone mason (son) (123:1.4) (124:2.4)

business associate of brothers of Jesus (128:2.2) (128:5.8)

Jesus' close boyhood friend and self-appointed defender (123:1.4) (124:2.4) (133:1.5)

marriage to Miriam (128:5.8) (128:7.10,12)

Jacob's well (124:6.1) (127:3.3) (143:5.2–3) (193:1sec)

Jah

Semite appellation of Deity (96:1.9)

Jainism (92:6.2)

6th century B.C. religious movement (92:5.9)

Ganid's abstract of (131:6sec)

influence on Hinduism (94:4.1)

Jairus (152:0.1) (152:1sec)

Jerusalem leaders labored to dissuade (153:1.7)

Jesus healed daughter of (152:0.1) (152:1.1–3)

presided in new Capernaum synagogue (152:0.1) (153:1.1)

resigned as chief ruler in Capernaum; aligned with Jesus (154:1.2)

James, Epistle of. See James (brother of Jesus): Epistle of

James Alpheus. See Alpheus twins.

fisherman and farmer of Kheresa, selected by James Zebedee (138:2.6)

married with 3 children; also called Thaddeus (139:9.1,5)

James (brother of Jesus) (126:3.12) (126:4.9) (126:5.8) (127:2.11) (137:6.1,4) (154:5.1). See also Jesus: family

accompanied Mary

to wedding at Cana (137:4.4)

upon Joseph's accident (126:2.1)

among 120 at Pentecost (193:6.1) (194:3.15)

at Jesus' appearances; call to service (190:2.2–6)

attitude

drifted into doubt (190:2.2)

estranged from Abner (166:5.4–5)

feared for his safety (154:6.2)

Jesus' failure to make apostle caused gulf with family (138:0.1)

learned to practice conciliation (139:4.13)

never wholly gave up faith in Jesus (134:9.6)

permitted pride to interfere (154:6.1)

placated bellicose playmates by persuasion and nonresistance (127:4.5)

suffered from failure to enjoy earlier association with Jesus (154:6.9) (192:2.7)

very religious (127:3.2)

well-balanced and even-tempered youth; good student, not overly spiritual (127:4.7)

born April 2, 3 B.C.; second child (123:1.5)

compact with Jesus regarding family obligations, repair shop (128:7.13) (129:2.5)

Epistle of, portrays religious life of Jesus (196:2.1)

first Passover with Jesus (127:3.1–6)

heard voice at Jesus' baptism (135:8.2,6)

Jesus installed as acting head of family (128:2.4–7) (128:5.1) (134:1.4)

Jesus' relations with (124:4.3)

Jesus turned over house in Capernaum to (134:1.1)

joined apostles during months of training (137:7.1)

marriage to Esta (128:5.7) (128:7.10–11)

remained in Jerusalem after crucifixion (190:1.10)

speech at Zealot incident (127:2.8–9)

supported by Peter (166:5.5)

titular head of Christian church in Jerusalem (163:2.7) (166:5.3) (194:4.12)

worked in Zebedee's boat shop (134:1.1) (134:9.6)

James of Safed

healing of son (158:4–5secs)

"Lord I believe; help my unbelief" (158:5.2)

James Zebedee (139:3sec) (141:7.13) (143:3.5) (144:1.4) (167:0.3) (167:4.4) (174:1.1) (191:0.5). See also apostles of Jesus

among 120 at Pentecost (194:1.2)

asleep in Gethsemane (182:3.1–4)

at Jesus' appearances (191:2,5secs) (192:1–4secs) (193:0,3,5secs)

at transfiguration (158:0.2) (158:2.5)

attitude

bid fire devour insolent Samaritans (139:3.5) (139:4.8) (162:0.2) (181:2.4)

opposed proclaiming Jesus king (152:2.5)

perplexed by entry into Jerusalem (172:5.4)

son of thunder (139:3.1,5) (181:2.4)

spells of unaccountable silence (139:3.3)

vehement when indignation aroused (139:3.2)

well-balanced thinker and planner; never in a hurry (139:3.7)

baptized by John in A.D. 25 (135:8.1)

became apostle (137:1.5–8)

brother John married widow of (139:4.12)

fishing partner of Andrew, Peter, and brother John (139:1.1) (139:3.1)

good public preacher (139:3.2) (141:3.2)

Herod feared most (139:3.8)

influence in school for evangelists (148:1.1–2) (149:0.2)

Jesus' admonitions to (140:8.1) (174:0.2) (181:2.15) (192:2.8)

Jesus asked to be less impatient (192:2.8)

married with 4 children; from Capernaum; 30 in A.D. 26 (139:3.1)

painful digestive disturbance (154:2.4)

personal companion of Jesus (138:10.3) (139:4.3)

put to death by Herod Agrippa (77:8.12) (139:3.8)

questions of (141:5.1) (144:3.1) (159:5.1)

related how Jesus forbade swordsmen (183:4.2)

Salome asked preference for (139:3.8) (171:0.4–7) (181:2.15)

searched 40 days for Jesus (136:3.7)

selected James Alpheus (138:2.6)

understood Jesus' teaching best (129:1.11) (139:3.4)

Jamnia (134:7.4)

Jansad (jan' sad). The son of Eveson second-born of Adam and Eve, who became the successor of Adam as head of the Adamite tribes. (849,6)(76:3.3).

son of Eveson, successor to Adam (76:3.3)

Japan

Andite migration to (78:5.6)

geology (60:3.6)

hovering over precipice of watery grave (58:5.8)

Japanese driven off Chinese mainland in 12,000 B.C. (79:6.3)

library at Alexandria contained manuscripts from (130:3.4)

religion in

Asoka established Buddhism in (94:9.1) (94:11.1)

Salem missionaries in (93:7.2)

Shinto revered in (92:6.4)

Japhia (149:0.1)

Jaram the Hittite (jay' ram). A Hittite student of Melchizedek who extended to Abraham Melchizedek's invitation to come to Salem and hear the teachings of monotheistic truth. (1019,2)(93:5.5).

Melchizedek sent, to invite Abraham and Nahor to Salem (93:5.5)

Java

Andonic migration to (64:1.5)

Asoka established Buddhism in (94:9.1)

land bridge connected to Asia (64:1.6)

Java man

bones recently found (64:1.6)

jealousy. See also envy

can turn love into hate (177:4.11)

God jealous for, not of, man (4:3.1)

mental poison; tremendously interferes with spiritual progress (110:1.5)

new wives hailed with delight by older spouses among primitives (83:5.9)

sexual, is not innate (82:4.4)

when attacked by, rest in unassailable citadel of spirit (100:2.7)

Jebus

city of Salem, later Jerusalem (93:2.4) (97:9.11)

King David married 6 women of, established capital at (97:9.10–11)

strong-walled city between Judah and Israel (97:9.11)

worship of Jewish nation centered at (97:9.17)

Jebusites

non-Hebrew nomadic Palestinians; joined David's new kingdom of Judah (97:9.7)

Jehoash

father of Jeroboam; delivered Israel from its enemies (97:9.20)

Jehonadab

gypsy chieftain who helped Jehu destroy Samaritan prophets of Baal (97:9.19)

Jehovah

completed concept of Yahweh; term came into use A.D. 1500 (96:1.10)

spirit demon of Horeb (94:12.1)

Jehu (124:6.3)

landlord; joined forces with Jehonadab to destroy Samaritan prophets of Baal (97:9.19)

jellyfish

in Ordovician (59:2.11)

nonprogressive species (65:2.5)

Jephthah

offered daughter as human sacrifice (89:6.3)

Jeramy

Greek Jewish proselyte of Nicopolis (133:2.5)

Jeremiah

asserted Yahweh was God of all nations (97:6.2)

counseled surrendering Jerusalem to Nebuchadnezzar (97:6.4)

fearless prophet (97:6sec)

Jesus quoted (130:8.2) (145:2.5) (149:6.12) (153:2.2) (165:4.8)

proclaimed downfall of Jerusalem (97:9.22)

proclaimed era of inner righteousness (97:8.3)

said human heart is deceitful (143:2.5)

sunk in mire of filthy dungeon (153:2.3)

told Jews of their impending doom (97:9.25)

told of law written in men's hearts (121:7.5)

Jericho (124:6.7) (125:3.2) (127:3.6) (128:3.2) (147:6.2)

ancient ford over which Joshua passed (135:6.1)

human sacrifices in building walls (89:6.6)

Jesus blessed little children at (167:5.2) (167:6.1–3)

Judas deposited funds in (147:2.1)

Judas lived in (138:2.9) (139:12.1)

legend of Joshua and walls of (172:1.3)

ministry to sick in (141:8sec)

restoration of sight to Bartimeus at (171:5sec)

story of good Samaritan at (164:1sec)

Zaccheus from (171:6sec)

Jeroboam

son of Jehoash; delivered Israel from its enemies (97:9.20)

Jerusalem (Paper 147) (124:6sec) (129:2.6) (134:7.5) (134:9.2) (140:7.2) (141:9sec) (152:7sec). See also Jerusalem temple

apostles connected destruction of, with appearance of New Jerusalem (176:1.6)

besieged in times of Jeremiah (97:6.4)

city of Father's house (171:4.7)

cradle of early gospel movement (176:1.3)

description (162:4sec)

feast of dedication at (164:2sec)

invested by Titus in A.D. 70; destroyed by Roman armies (121:8.7) (170:2.21) (176:4.2) (187:1.5)

Isaiah said would never fall; Jeremiah proclaimed downfall of (97:9.22)

Jesus

19th appearance in (193:3,5secs)

dangers of visit to (162:1sec)

foretold destruction of (172:3.10) (176:0.1) (176:1sec) (176:2.6) (178:3.3–4) (187:1.5–7)

Passover at (Papers 125, 142)

millions of dispersed Jews attended religious feasts (121:6.9) (162:4.1) (185:1.5) (188:3.1)

Paul's vision of the heavenly (47:10.3)

persecution scattered early believers from (143:6.6)

places in and around

Asmonean palace q.v.

Damascus gate (187:1.4) (189:4.5,7)

fountain gate (162:4.4)

Gehenna (188:0.2) (188:1.5)

Gethsemane q.v.

Golgotha (186:0.2) (187:1sec)

Jerusalem temple q.v.

Kidron q.v.

Mount Olivet q.v.

Ophel (162:4.4)

pool of Bethesda (147:3sec)

Siloam (pool) q.v.

water gate (162:4.4)

previously known as Jebus; Salem (93:2.4) (97:9.11)

prophets perish in (171:4.7)

situation in week before crucifixion (175:4sec)

temple of Baal alongside temple of Yahweh (97:9.21)

Jerusalem temple (125:1.5) (150:1.3) (172:4sec). See also Jerusalem; Jerusalem temple guards; Judaism; money-changers; Sanhedrin

animal sacrifice (125:1.1,4) (125:2.1,3) (125:5.5) (173:1.1–2)

desecrated by traffic in animals, money-changers (173:1sec)

extensive banking system (173:1.3–4)

Father's house (125:1.1) (125:6.7) (171:4.7)

gentile proselytes baptized into fellowship of outer court (135:6.4)

half shekel tax for (126:5.5–6) (157:1.1,3) (173:1.3)

house of prayer for all nations; den of robbers (173:1.7)

Jesus

accused of desiring to destroy temple (184:3.7) (184:5.4)

cleansing of temple (141:3.6) (173:1sec)

disillusioned sickened, by irreverence of (125:0.3–4) (125:1sec) (173:1sec)

first visit (Paper 125) (124:6.10,14)

foretold destruction of temple (172:3.10) (176:0.1) (176:1sec)

increasing aversion to politically appointed priesthood (126:0.3) (127:6.5)

last discourse in (Paper 175)

opposed commerce in (125:1.1) (125:5.6)

presentation as baby in (122:9sec)

questions in (125:5.2–7)

shocked his mother restricted to women's gallery (125:0.4)

spent 2 months observing, in A.D. 22 (129:2.6–7)

taught in Solomon's Porch (162:1.9) (162:7.1) (164:5sec)

teachers' discussions puerile and insignificant to (127:3.5)

teaching in (142:1sec) (162:2sec)

thought priests performed duties in perfunctory, heartless manner (127:3.3)

Tuesday morning in (Paper 174)

Jewish hearts centered on (121:6.8–9)

Levites officiated services in (164:4.2–4)

Peter paid tax collector of (157:1sec)

physical description (125:0.4–5) (125:1sec) (172:4sec)

brilliantly illuminated by candelabras, torches (162:4.2) (162:5.1)

emblem of grape and vine decorated entrance to (180:2.3)

places in

beautiful gate (162:4.3)

chamber of hewn stone

Sanhedrin met in (173:1.5) (184:3.2) (186:1.1)

court of gentiles (121:2.5)

court of Israel (162:4.3)

court of priests beneath rock ledge (125:1.4) (162:4.4)

court of women (125:0.4) (135:2.1) (150:1.3) (162:4.2–3)

holy of holies (125:2.5) (125:5.3) (135:1.2)

Nazarite corner of women's court (135:2.1)

Solomon's Porch (162:1.9) (162:7.1) (164:5sec)

Roman guards arrived after cleansing (173:1.7) (173:2.1)

secret of Judaism's survival was centralization of worship at (121:2.6)

treasury might hold 10 million dollars (173:1.4)

Jerusalem temple guards

before tomb of Jesus (188:2.3)

bribed to say disciples took Jesus' body (189:2.4)

dispute with Roman soldiers over where to take Jesus (183:5.1)

fled when stone rolled away from Jesus' tomb (189:2.4)

in conference with Judas (182:2.13) (183:2.1)

mocked, spit upon, buffeted Jesus (184:4.1)

threw Jesus' burial linen over nearby cliff (190:1.2)

Jerusem (Paper 46). (jeh roo' sem). The headquarters world of Satania, our local system. (174,5)(15:7.5). See also mansion worlds; Satania

activities on, are work, progress, and play (46:5.22)

Adam and Eve on (74:1sec)

citizenship (47:10sec)

councils on

24 counselors (34:4.8)

council of 1000 is elective body representing system groups (45:7.4)

council of Planetary Princes (188:3.14)

executive council, supreme advisory body of Satania (45:3.8–9)

courtesy colonies (46:5.23–24)

friendly relationships of (39:4.17–18)

headquarters of Satania, our local system (15:7.5) (15:14.6) (45:0.1)

heaven visualized by most modern believers (46:0.1)

John the Revelator saw vision of (47:10.2)

of 187,432,811 ascendant citizens, none lost in Lucifer rebellion (53:7.12)

Paul saw vision of (47:10.3)

physical aspects (46:1.2secs)

3-gas atmosphere (46:2.3)

100 times larger than Urantia (45:0.1)

619 planetary memorials (46:5.20)

200,000 light years from Uversa (32:2.11)

amphitheater seats 5 billion (46:3.2)

art gallery (46:5.23)

astronomic observatory (46:5.23)

circles–residential areas (46:5sec)

executive-administrative squares (46:4.1) (46:6sec)

exhibit panorama; 35,000 miles around with 14-mile erasure (46:5.16–17) (46:8.1)

forbidden zones (46:5.19)

intricate material economy (46:2.7)

many buildings constructed wholly of crystal gems (46:5.24)

Michael memorial (46:5.12)

no abrupt days or nights, seasons (46:1.4,7)

no organic evolution or survival of fittest (46:2.5)

no rugged mountains, oceans, earthquakes, or rainfall (46:2.1–2)

rectangles are rendezvous of lower native life, spornagia (46:4.1) (46:7sec)

residential and administrative areas (46:4sec)

reversion directors' theater (46:5.23)

temple of power (46:5.19)

temple of records (46:5.15)

transports depart from Mount Seraph (46:2.8)

triangles–local affairs directed from (46:8sec)

undedicated vacant temple, sealed by Gabriel (46:5.25)

reception of broadcasts (46:3sec)

system #24 of constellation Norlatiadek (15:14.6)

transitional culture worlds

7 worlds which swing around Jerusem, each of which has 7 satellites (15:7.5) (45:1sec)

world #1 is headquarters for 100,000 finaliter companies; mansion worlds swing around (15:7.5) (47:0.2)

transportation system (46:2.4)

universal suffrage; weighted by mota (45:7.6)

weights and measures (46:1.2)

world of Father is silent transition sphere circling (45:1.9)

Jerusemites (jeh roo' sem ites). Beings domiciled on Jerusem. (511,6)(45:2.6).

Jesus. See also Christ; Creator Sons; Michael of Nebadon; Jesus' Earth Family

Adjuster of. See Thought Adjuster of Jesus

apostles believed to be Eternal son (157:5.1) (161:2.10)

apostles of. See apostles of Jesus

attitudes of Jesus

abhorred pure ceremony (166:1.2) (190:2.4)

antagonism with Judaism always positive (147:6.6) (153:1.2)

avoided impression of overattractive personal career (128:4.5–6) (129:1.8) (129:3.5) (134:9.9) (161:3.2–3)

awareness of preexistence, divinity (127:0.1) (128:1.8–13) (128:7.1) (129:3.9) (134:8.5) (136:2.4) (137:4.2) (161:3sec)

content with seemingly inadequate means and personalities; ignored power of wealth, great men (136:8.4) (138:6.5) (141:7.8)

destroyed what was only when he offered superior alternative (149:2.11)

detested commercialization of religion (173:1.11)

emotional ecstasy upon return of the 70 (163:6.3)

experienced doubt (124:4.2) (128:1.8)

faith of (Paper 196) (100:7.7)

appropriating, man foretastes eternity (101:6.10)

free from presumption (196:0.14)

in people (157:4.6) (171:7.5,8) (181:2.26) (196:1.5) (196:2.10)

in us (157:4.6) (171:7.5,8) (196:1.5) (196:2.10)

nourished by and revelatory of realities beyond the ultimate (101:6.9)

perfect but never presumptuous (100:7.7)

provides 7 levels of salvation (101:6.8)

securely held him (196:0.5)

flouted Jewish sacred traditions (121:7.3)

glance of commingled pity and love upon Peter (184:2.8)

interested in, loved, all types of people (127:3.7) (128:3.7) (129:3.8) (139:5.7)

interested only in the individual, not the mass (138:8.9) (139:5.7) (140:8.11) (140:10.5) (144:6.3) (170:3.10–11) (170:4.3) (171:7.4)

Jesus did not

act as economic or social reformer (140:8.15–18,31) (196:2.11)

disclose knowledge of associates' thoughts (172:2.1)

do what others could acceptably perform (141:1.3) (148:0.3) (149:0.2)

follow up or direct people (171:7.6)

interfere in matters between his and John's apostles (144:6.3) (150:0.2)

reply to accusers (184:1.4–5) (184:3.6–8) (184:4.3) (185:2.12) (185:4.2) (186:2.2) (187:3.4)

reveal plans to apostles (141:0.1) (172:5.1)

seek to become martyr (156:2.5)

select his parents (128:0.1)

show favoritism (139:4.2)

take unfair advantage of opponents (125:5.8)

turn anyone away (149:2.6) (153:2.8) (166:3.3)

lonely before crucifixion (187:1.8)

loved men so much because he placed such a high value upon them (100:4.4)

loved sinner, hated sin (100:7.11)

majestic bearing before accusers (183:3.4) (184:1.2) (184:3.5,16) (185:2.13) (185:4.2) (186:4.3)

never premeditated anything dramatic (172:4.11)

no respecter of persons (139:9.9) (139:12.7) (179:3.9)

not man of sorrows (159:3.10) (181:1.8)

offered mercy to Caligastia and Daligastia (53:8.6)

rare good humor (129:4.4)

refused to employ forces of heaven for himself (136:6.1) (136:8.1) (166:4.2) (182:3.7) (183:1.2) (183:3.7) (183:4.2)

refused to use even human powers to save himself (186:2.3) (187:3.3)

regular in work habits (135:8.2)

sat at no man's feet (126:2.3) (128:4.2) (141:7.12) (173:2.6)

saw most men as weak rather than wicked (196:2.9)

seldom corrected misunderstandings (124:4.5) (127:1.7–8) (134:1.2)

shattered tradition and destroyed dogma (92:5.10) (99:5.3)

sickened by irreverence of Jerusalem temple (125:0.3–4) (125:1sec) (173:1sec)

taught as one having authority (138:8.8) (140:3.21) (145:2.11) (145:3.3) (149:2.13) (149:4.5) (157:6.5) (161:2.8)

unshakable confidence in man (100:7.9,16)

very fond of doing things for people (132:4.4)

went about doing good (159:5.10) (161:2.9) (171:7.9)

attitudes toward Jesus

90% of followers deserted after king-making episode (152:5.2) (152:6.2)

behold the man! (100:7.1) (186:2.11)

better we know him, the more we love him (149:2.14) (161:2.3)

common people heard him gladly (173:3.2) (174:4.7) (196:1.4)

enemies feared his presence (100:7.4)

family failed to understand him (127:1.4) (138:9.2) (148:0.4) (154:6.2–8) (154:7.5)

men have not been unable but afraid to comprehend (156:2.4)

opinions concerning (100:7.12) (137:8.18) (141:7.8) (149:2.13) (149:3sec) (154:4.1) (157:3.5) (162:1.10) (162:2.2) (162:6.4) (165:2.11–12) (166:1.6) (172:3.15) (185:3.6)

thousands have proved promises of (163:6.8)

Tiberius admired (132:0.1)

believers destined to attain perfection in (142:7.15)

birthday text from Isaiah (97:5.3) (123:5.11) (126:5.2) (148:5.5) (150:8.9) (190:5.4)

Brothers and Sisters:

JESUS: August 21, 7 BC.
James:
April 2, 3 BC.
Miriam
:
July 11, 2 BC.
Joseph:
March 16, 1 AD.
Simon:
April 14, 2 AD.
Martha:
September 13, 3 AD.
Jude:
June 24, 5 AD.
Amos:
January 9, 7 AD.
Ruth:
April 17, 9 AD.

can bestow eternal life (182:1.3)

communed alone with God (136:4.8) (144:1.5) (145:5.1–2) (147:0.1) (148:3sec) (151:0.1) (151:5.1) (152:4.1) (152:5.5,12) (153:5.2) (158:1.6) (160:1.10–12) (160:3.1) (163:6.1)

concealed matters which might cause him to look different (124:4.1) (126:3.14) (127:2.7)

could self-limit divinity consciousness (161:3.2–3)

death

accomplished things by, he could not by life (171:4.9)

Christianity built up around (143:5.11)

earth's greatest tragedy (178:2.1)

Father's will concerning (183:1sec)

foretold (162:2.1) (171:2.2) (171:4.2–7) (172:1.6–7) (173:5.4) (174:5.13) (175:1.4,20) (176:1.1) (178:3.2) (179:4.1) (180:6.7) (181:1.5) (181:2.3) (182:2.5–6) (190:5.4)

made plain certainty of survival (188:4.6)

not necessary to win favor of God (4:5.6)

discourses on

accidents (166:4sec)

angels (167:7sec)

contentment (149:5sec)

counting the cost (171:2sec)

enmity of the world (180:3sec)

epochal sermon (153:2sec)

evil (130:4.11–15)

fear of the Lord (149:6sec)

forgiveness (159:1.4–7) (174:1sec)

good and evil (132:2sec)

Jonah (130:1sec)

last temple discourse (Paper 175)

light of the world (162:5sec)

magic and superstition (150:3sec)

marriage (167:5.2–8)

mercy and justice (133:1sec)

mind (133:7.5–12)

miscellaneous titles (145:2.1) (150:6.1) (165:3sec) (171:0.1) (173:2.2)

new commandment (180:1sec)

reality (130:4sec)

Remembrance Supper (179:5sec)

salvation (150:5sec)

science (133:5sec)

second coming (176:2sec)

sonship and citizenship (178:1sec) (181:2.10)

soul (133:6.4–7)

spiritual freedom (162:7sec)

suffering; Job (148:6sec)

time and space (130:7sec)

true religion (155:5–6secs)

true values (132:1sec)

truth and faith (132:3sec)

vine and branches (180:2sec)

water of life (162:6sec)

wealth (132:5sec) (163:3sec) (165:5sec)

divine nature is foundation of kingdom (157:4.5,7) (157:5.1) (191:5.3)

do not portray as man of sorrows (159:3.10)

education obtained by mingling with fellow men (123:5.8) (124:3.3) (124:4.1) (125:2.12) (126:5.2) (128:2.5) (128:3.4) (129:1.7) (129:3.7–8) (130:0.5–6) (132:4.1) (134:0.1) (134:7.3)

either was what he professed or greatest hypocrite (161:2.4)

events in life

6 weeks alone with God on Mount Hermon (134:7.7)

40 days in wilderness (135:9sec) (136:2.6) (136:3.10secs)

arrival of Adjuster (123:2.1) (196:1.6)

ascension (193:5sec) (196:1.6)

baptism. See also baptism

40 days after (136:3sec)

did not use supernatural power until after (128:1.9)

ended Jesus' purely human life (136:2.7)

January 14, A.D. 26 (Paper 136) (135:8.6) (196:1.6)

Jesus active in universe administration after (148:3.4)

Jesus' human and divine minds became one at (129:4.2)

Jesus recalled Immanuel's instructions at (129:3.9)

not received as rite of repentance (136:2.1,6)

spirit transit completed at (189:0.2)

betrayal (Paper 183)

birth (122:8sec)

midwayers revealed to Chaldean priests (119:7.6)

Vevona heralded (39:5.5)

burial (188:1sec)

crucifixion

clothes divided at (187:2.8–9)

death. See atonement doctrine

died in 5-1/2 hours (187:5.8)

general description (187:1.1–5) (187:2.1)

greatest evidence of Jesus' humanity (182:3.5–7)

physically exhausted before (187:1.8–9)

side pierced with spear (187:5.8)

those who witnessed (127:5.6) (187:3.1)

declined to join Zealots (127:2sec)

fall from stairs in sandstorm (123:4.5)

financial struggle (126:5sec) (127:3.1,11) (127:6.10)

first pronouncement of divine nature to Nalda (143:5.8)

great decisions (136:5–10secs)

king-making episode (152:3sec)

morontia appearances (Papers 189–193)

1st, to Mary Magdalene at tomb (189:4.10–12)

2nd, to Mary Magdalene at tomb (189:5.4)

3rd, to James, brother of Jesus in Bethany (190:2.2–5)

4th, to family and friends in Bethany (190:2.6)

5th, to women at home of Joseph of Arimathea (190:3.1)

6th, to 40 Greeks at home of Flavius (190:4sec)

7th, to Cleopas and Jacob at Emmaus (190:5sec)

8th, to Peter at Mark home (191:1sec)

9th, to apostles at Mark home (191:2sec)

10th, to 150 at Philadelphia (191:4sec)

11th, to apostles at Mark home (191:5sec)

12th, to 80 in Alexandria (191:6sec)

13th, to apostles by Sea of Galilee (192:1sec)

14th, to apostles on mount of ordination (192:3sec)

15th, at Bethsaida (192:4.3)

16th, in courtyard of Nicodemus (193:0.1)

17th, at Sychar (193:1sec)

18th, at Tyre (193:2sec)

19th, in Jerusalem (193:3,5secs)

appeared through closed doors, in table (190:4.1) (191:2.1) (191:5.2)

arrest (183:3sec)

broke bread and handed to John Mark (192:1.8)

Cleopas and Jacob unaware Jesus not a mortal (190:5sec)

difficulty recognizing form, but not voice or personality (190:2.3) (193:2.3)

form progressively more difficult to visualize (191:3.2)

morontia transit (101:6.5) (191:3sec)

no appearances to enemies (190:2.1)

no nail marks in hands (191:5.4)

morontia transit (189:1sec) (193:5.4)

Mount Hermon marked end of purely human career (134:7.7)

offered assistant chazanship in Alexandria (128:5.2–5)

rebuked Sanhedrin (153:2.3–5) (175:1sec)

resurrection (Paper 189) (196:1.6). See also resurrection

7 Paradise personalities deployed around tomb (189:1.5)

celestial beings dissolved Jesus' mortal remains (189:2.1,7–8)

Christian belief based on fact of empty tomb; not the gospel (189:2.6) (193:0.4) (193:2.2)

grave bandages apparently intact; thrown over cliff (189:4.6,9) (189:5.3) (190:1.2) (191:0.4)

greatest revelation of Jesus' divinity (182:3.5)

heralds of resurrection (190:1sec) (191:6.4). See also messenger corps

Jesus foretold (158:2.1) (158:6.5) (158:7.3,7) (165:2.10) (173:5.4) (180:6.7) (181:1.5) (182:2.5–6)

knowledge of, avails nothing without spiritual rebirth (193:1.2)

no creatures assisted (189:0sec) (189:1.13)

physical body not raised (189:1.2,7) (189:2sec)

resurrected Jesus seen by almost 1000 people (189:2.9)

revelation of life overthrowing death (180:6.7)

sought out Roman religious leaders (132:0.4)

struck by enemies (184:3.15) (184:4.1) (185:6.2) (186:2.10)

taken to Egypt as child (95:5.2)

told to be about Father's business (37:2.8) (124:6.15) (126:3.5)

tomb

7 Paradise personalities surrounded (189:1.1,5)

belonged to Joseph of Arimathea (188:1.2)

description (188:1.2–5) (189:2.4) (189:4.6,9) (190:1.2)

discovery of empty (189:4sec)

Jesus in, from 3 PM Friday, April 7, to 3 AM Sunday, April 9, A.D. 30 (188:0.1)

sealed by 2 stones; guarded by Roman and temple guards (188:2.3) (189:4.2)

seals not broken when Jesus emerged (189:1.7)

transfiguration (158:0–3secs)

declined to be invested with full authority at (158:1.4)

memory of, sustained Jesus (171:4.9)

trial

arrested without indictment; accused without evidence (185:8.1)

not legally convicted on any charges (185:2.11)

wept

at Lazarus' tomb (168:1.1–5)

on Mount Olivet (124:6.10) (125:4.2)

over family in boat (141:0.2)

everyone who yields to Adjuster eventually comes to (153:2.8,11)

excused from school one week per month (123:6.1) (124:1.2)

family

at house of Martha and Mary (180:0sec) (183:4.7) (186:0sec)

at Zebedee's house (154:5.1) (154:6sec)

came near believing he was beside himself (138:9.2)

failed to understand Jesus (127:1.4) (154:6.5,8)

failed to wish Jesus well due to pride, resentment (141:0.2)

failure to make James and Jude apostles caused rift (138:0.1)

felt disgraced by their embarrassing position; avoided Jesus (148:0.4) (154:6.2) (154:7.5)

Jesus' abdication as head of Joseph's house (128:7.13)

Jesus conformed to parents' wishes even when he disagreed (123:3.6) (123:4.3) (124:1.4–5,13) (124:4.9) (125:6.11–12)

Jesus financially supported (128:4.8) (128:7.13) (129:0.1) (129:2.1) (139:4.9)

Jesus' moral and spiritual training obtained from Joseph and Mary (123:5.8)

Jesus' relations with siblings (124:4.3)

Jesus tried to retain confidence and affection of (138:1.4) (157:0.1)

John Zebedee asked to watch over (129:2.3–4,10–11) (139:4.1,4) (174:0.2) (181:2.2–3) (187:4.7)

members

Amos (brother of Jesus) q.v.

James (brother of Jesus) q.v.

Joseph (brother of Jesus) q.v.

Joseph (father of Jesus) q.v.

Jude q.v.

Martha (sister of Jesus) q.v.

Mary (mother of Jesus) q.v.

Miriam (sister of Jesus) q.v.

Ruth (sister of Jesus) q.v.

Nazareth home described (122:5.9) (122:6sec) (123:2.7) (126:5.11)

no penalty attached to violation of personal teachings (127:4.5)

residences after resurrection (190:1.10)

foretold destruction of Jerusalem (172:3.10) (176:0.1) (176:1sec) (176:2.6) (178:3.3–4) (187:1.5–7)

guardianship by Adjuster and seraphim (123:2.2) (128:1.9) (134:8.2) (136:2.3)

hard sayings more personal confession of faith than commands (196:2.7)

he who believes in, has eternal life (135:11.2) (153:2.9,11)

he who has seen, has seen Father (32:3.6) (157:6.13) (180:3.9) (180:6.8) (181:2.20)

he who rejects, rejects Father (158:8.1) (163:1.4)

hour striking for rediscovery of real life (195:9.5) (195:10.1)

human and divine minds (154:6.10) (161:2.3secs) (167:4.2) (168:1.6–7)

human mind can be exchanged for mind of (48:6.15) (128:1.6)

in constant communication with Personalized Adjuster after baptism (136:2.5)

inaugurated dispensational resurrection (189:3.1)

Jesus brotherhood. See faith sons of God; fellowship of believers

let mind in Christ be also in us (102:4.1)

life of. See also Michael of Nebadon: bestowals: 7th (Urantia bestowal)

5th year (123:2sec)

6th year (123:3sec)

7th year (123:4sec)

8th year (123:6sec)

9th year (124:1sec)

10th year (124:2sec)

11th year (124:3sec)

12th year (124:4sec)

13th year (124:5sec)

14th year (126:1sec)

15th year (126:3sec)

16th year (127:1sec)

17th year (127:2sec)

18th year (127:3sec)

19th year (127:4sec)

20th year (127:6sec)

21st year (128:1sec)

22nd year (128:2sec)

23rd year (128:3sec)

24th year (128:5sec)

25th year (128:6sec)

26th year (128:7sec)

27th year (129:1sec)

28th year (129:2sec)

29th year (129:3sec)

30th year (134:1sec)

31st year (134:7sec)

adolescent years (Paper 127)

do not overlook valiant human hero (92:7.8)

Father desired natural finish for Jesus' life (158:4–5secs) (182:3.6–7) (183:1.2)

greatest of all Urantians (109:6.6)

lived in channel of its natural flowing (128:1.6) (182:3.7) (183:1.2)

no superhuman help prior to baptism (128:1.3–4,9)

remember (193:5.2)

stages (101:6.5) (127:6.14) (128:1sec) (157:6.3) (196:1.6)

story given by midwayers (77:9.9)

time is ripe to resurrect human Jesus from theological traditions (196:1.2)

value. See also Paradise Sons of God: bestowals: purpose of bestowals

apostles misunderstood teaching but grasped his life (140:7.6)

better understand teachings by his life (140:8.19) (149:2.1)

compensates for mortal inability to grasp Eternal Son (6:8.6–7)

enlarged and amplified highest human visualization of Father (97:10.8)

fact of God becoming man has changed all meanings of human personality (112:2.3)

fixed point for anchor of time (194:3.8)

God revealed himself to man in life of (102:3.14) (117:5.4)

gospel founded on fact of life of (157:4.5,7) (157:5.1) (191:5.3)

greatest human knowledge is to know life of (196:1.3)

Jesus' life is best revelation of nature of God (1:6.3,8) (2:0.1–2) (2:5.10) (2:6.4) (3:6.7) (4:3.7) (4:5.7) (142:7.15) (169:4.3–4) (196:0.10)

lived for inspiration of every world throughout all time (120:2.5–7) (129:3.6) (136:3.3) (136:4.1) (136:6.3) (140:6.8) (140:8.29) (140:10.3) (141:7.9) (186:2.3) (186:5.3) (188:4.6–7)

lived not as example but as inspiration (120:2.7) (129:4.7) (140:10.2–3) (181:1.3) (194:2.8)

lived the truth, was the truth (100:7.2)

lived to complete exhaustion of attainable spiritual values (109:6.6)

most beautiful expression of divinity found in earth lives of bestowal Sons (116:2.3)

new and living way (101:6.10) (129:4.7) (136:6.11) (180:3.7) (196:2.4)

revealed

man at his best to himself (16:9.6)

man submitted to Father's will (194:2.8)

man to God (120:2.8) (142:7.15) (184:4.6) (186:2.9,11) (186:5.6)

merciful nature of Eternal Son (7:7.6)

mortal destiny (32:2.13)

revelation of highest religious living (92:1.5) (102:8.7)

years 14 and 15 were great test, real temptation (126:0.1)

lifted up, will draw all men to himself (157:6.10) (162:5.4) (174:5.13) (188:5.10) (195:10.1)

lives anew in life of individual believer (194:2.6) (194:3.1)

miracles and healings. See also healing; miracles

100 beneficiaries of unconscious healing by Jesus (149:1.2–8)

Adjuster unable to limit time manifestations (136:5.4–6)

apparent miracles and healings

Amatha, mother-in-law of Peter (145:2.15–17)

catching 153 fish in Sea of Galilee (192:1.3,7)

dissolution of Jesus' mortal remains (189:2sec)

draught of fishes (145:1sec)

epileptic in Capernaum (145:2.12–14)

fish with shekel in mouth (157:1.4)

men at pool of Bethesda (147:3.4–5)

quieting storm on Sea of Galilee (151:5sec)

water into wine at Cana (137:4.13)

widow's son at Nain (146:6.2–3)

woman with spirit of infirmity (167:3.1–2,5)

approach miracles through Jesus, not Jesus through (149:2.7)

Creator prerogatives inseparable from Jesus' personal presence (120:2.9) (137:4.17)

Creator Sons have almost unlimited healing powers (149:1.6)

extraordinary situation can never again occur (136:9.3) (152:1.4–5)

gave Jesus much trouble, unsought notoriety (145:3.15)

healings of nervous and emotional disturbances (146:6.1) (167:3.2,5)

impossible to limit Michael's spiritual power (152:1.5)

incarnations of Paradise Sons are (120:4.5)

Jesus chose not to employ (136:6.2,6) (136:8.1)

miracles desired for spiritual benefits rather than purely physical restoration (149:1.5)

not used for earth family or immediate followers (154:2.4)

of mind and spirit occur in expectant faith-dominated persons (148:2.2) (149:1.1,8)

perception that living energy had gone forth (152:0.2)

real miracles and healings

Aaron the stone mason's withered hand (148:7sec)

Amos, the Kheresa lunatic (151:6sec)

Bartimeus at Jericho (171:5sec)

centurion's servant (147:1.1–4)

daughter of Norana (156:1sec)

epileptic son of James of Safed (158:4–5secs)

evil spirit cast out in Capernaum (153:4.1)

feeding the 5000 (152:2sec) (152:3.1) (152:5.2)

healing of 683 at sundown (145:3.10,13)

Jairus' daughter (152:1.1–3)

Josiah's sight restored (164:3sec)

leper at Iron (Jesus' first deliberate) (146:4.3–5)

man with dropsy (167:1.5)

paralytic at Capernaum (148:9sec)

resurrection of himself (189:0.2secs)

resurrection of Lazarus (his greatest) (168:1.5,9)

ten lepers (166:2sec)

Titus's son (146:5.1–3)

Veronica's hemorrhage (152:0.2–3)

Sanhedrin said Jesus did, by power of devils (169:0.7)

used not to tempt people into kingdom, but to reveal Father to those already in (145:5.6–7) (167:1.5) (172:3.1)

morontia

Jesus in. See Jesus: events in life: morontia appearances

most needed now (195:10.1)

names or titles (128:1.10–11) (129:1.11) (134:7.2–3) (141:3.5) (149:2.12) (172:3.10,13) (172:4.1)

God's Galilean (196:0.9)

Joshua ben Joseph (122:2.1) (122:8.2) (128:1.2) (134:8.6)

king of the Jews (185:2.10) (185:3.1–4) (185:5.6,9) (185:6.2) (185:7.5) (185:8.1) (186:2.8) (187:1.2–3) (187:2.5) (187:3.3–4)

named Joshua by Gabriel (122:3.1) (122:8.2)

Planetary Prince of Urantia (45:4.16) (93:0.2) (93:9.11) (93:10.6) (136:3.1) (176:4.4)

priest after order of Melchizedek (93:3.7)

Prince of Peace (68:3.5) (137:8.7)

nature of Jesus

author and finisher of our faith (196:2.1)

God incarnate in man (F:V.3) (2:1.7) (4:5.7) (6:1.4) (6:8.6) (7:7.6) (12:7.14) (33:1.4) (98:7.2) (112:2.3) (117:3.4) (120:4.2–3) (124:4.4) (128:1.2,9–10) (129:4.6) (136:1.6) (137:4.2) (137:7.2) (138:5.2) (141:7.4) (156:2.4) (157:5sec) (182:1.9) (196:0.3) (196:1.1–2) (196:2.3,6)

human nature of (128:1.2,7,8) (182:3.5) (196:1sec)

mind was that of first-century human (136:8.7)

miraculous person (120:4.5)

not Eternal Son (104:1.11)

our elder brother (143:6.4) (149:6.8) (169:4.1,13) (170:5.17)

personality of Eternal Son incarnated (6:2.3,5) (7:5.4)

personification of Father's will (149:1.7)

revelation of Father to soul (169:4.12–13) (181:2.20)

satisfaction of all unsatisfied factors of logic (161:1.11)

savior (188:4.7) (188:5.2)

spiritual lens which makes visible him who is invisible (169:4.13)

teacher, not a preacher (141:7.10)

think of righteousness rather than sinlessness (5:4.12)

unreservedly dedicated to Father's business (100:7.12)

Word made flesh. See Jesus: nature of Jesus: God incarnate in man; word of God

never seriously ill (124:1.1)

no guardian angel after baptism (136:4.8)

no man goes to Father except through (180:3.7)

parables of. See also parables

absent landlord (173:4sec)

children playing in market place (144:8.7)

choosing chief seat at marriage feast (167:1.5)

cornerstone (173:4.4)

fasting in bridechamber (147:7.2)

fig tree (166:4.9)

fig tree, branches of (176:2.6)

foolish carpenter (156:5.2)

foolish rich man (165:4.2–3)

good Samaritan (164:1sec)

good shepherd (165:2sec) (169:1.2)

grain of wheat (174:5.8)

great supper (167:2sec)

Job (148:6sec)

king making war (171:2.3)

laborers in vineyard (163:3.5–7)

Lazarus and Dives (by Nazarites) (169:3sec)

leaven (151:4.3) (178:1.15)

lily's roots in muck (156:5.1)

lost coin (169:1.4,15)

lost sheep (159:1.2) (169:1.2–4,15)

lost son (169:1.5–16)

marriage feast (173:5sec)

moneylender with 2 debtors (147:5.4)

mustard seed (140:8.27) (151:4.2) (178:1.15)

net cast into sea (151:4.6)

new wine into fresh wineskins (147:7.2) ((176:1.7))

pearl of great price (140:8.28) (151:4.5)

persistent widow (144:2.5)

Pharisee and publican (140:5.7) (167:5.1–2)

pounds (171:8sec)

prodigal son (169:1.5–16)

Remembrance Supper (179:5sec)

rich man and beggar (by Nazarites) (169:3sec)

salt without savor (171:2.5)

seed, growth to harvest (151:3.15)

seed in good soil (137:8.12)

seed of living being (178:1.15)

sewing unshrunk cloth on old garment (147:7.2)

shrewd steward (169:2sec)

slothful servant (165:6.2–3)

sower (95:0.1) (151:1–2secs) (151:3.13,15) (152:6.3) (155:2.3)

talents (176:3.4)

ten virgins (by Selta) (176:2.8)

three loaves (144:2.3)

treasure in field (151:4.4)

two sons (173:3sec)

ungrateful steward (159:1.4–5)

unjust judge and persistent widow (144:2.5)

vine and branches (180:2sec) (193:2.2)

washing apostles' feet (179:3sec)

watchful householder (165:5.6)

watchful servant (165:5.5)

watchtower, building (171:2.3)

weather; signs of times (157:2.1)

wheat and weeds (151:4.1)

personality (100:7sec)

not so much its perfection as its symmetry, its balanced unification (100:7.1)

traits (Paper 196) (124:2.4–5) (126:2.7) (127:3.7) (127:4.4) (127:6.12–16) (129:1.9) (129:3.8) (129:4sec) (136:0.1) (137:4.2,4) (137:7.2) (138:8.9) (139:1.11) (139:2.5) (139:3.6) (139:4.6,9) (139:5.6) (139:6.8) (139:7.4) (139:8.7) (139:9.6–7) (139:11.5) (140:8.30) (141:3.4–6) (141:7.10–14) (142:7.15) (143:2.1) (149:2.6–14) (149:4.5) (151:0.2) (161:2sec) (171:7sec) (173:1.6) (181:1.8–9) (184:3.16) (184:4.5–6) (186:2sec) (186:4.3) (187:2.3–4) (194:3.3)

traits inherited from Joseph and Mary (122:5.3–4)

Personalized Adjuster of. See Thought Adjuster of Jesus

physical description (123:2.8) (127:1.2–3) (127:5.1) (128:6.2) (128:6.11) (187:2.8)

pictures have been most unfortunate (141:3.6)

voice was musical, fascinating, authoritative (125:5.1) (127:1.2) (154:6.5) (162:6.2) (183:3.5) (190:2.3)

power to lay down life and take it up again (165:2.10)

purpose of life. See also Michael of Nebadon: bestowals: 7th (Urantia bestowal)

in human contacts (132:4.1)

that we have abundant life (157:6.2)

to be world's deliverer (122:4.2)

to comfort minds, liberate spirits, save souls (140:6.6)

to complete sovereignty and reveal God (120:0.4) (128:0.2)

to proclaim spiritual liberty, teach eternal truth, foster living faith (153:2.6)

to reveal God, lead men to become Son-conscious (7:4.5) (126:3.10) (127:0.1) (127:6.16) (136:9.6) (140:7.4) (176:2.3) (186:2.11) (186:5.6)

questions

Jesus asked Joseph why Father required slaughter of animals (124:6.14)

Jesus' embarrassing (123:6.6) (125:0.6)

Jesus made few comments on elders' answers (125:5.8)

Jesus' sagacity, humor, fairness, and consideration (124:2.2–3) (125:4.3) (125:5.8)

Jesus taught by asking (130:6.1–2) (132:4.2) (138:8.10) (161:2.7) (171:7.7)

quotations

abide in me, and I in you (180:2.1)

all things possible to him who believes (158:5.2)

all things possible with God (131:10.2) (163:3.2) (182:3.2)

all things work together for glory of God and salvation of men (182:2.1)

as Father sent me, so send I you (157:6.13) (178:3.2) (182:1.5) (191:5.3) (191:6.3) (193:3.2)

as many as receive spirit shall be enlightened, cleansed, comforted (181:1.4)

as often as you do this, do it in remembrance of me (179:5.9)

ask and you shall be given (144:2.3) (165:5.3) (167:5.2) (168:4.13)

be not anxious about temporal things (165:5.2)

be not anxious for your lives (140:6.13)

be not ashamed of me and my words (158:7.5)

be not concerned about what you should say (140:9.3) (165:3.7) (176:1.1)

be not concerned what your brethren shall do (192:2.5)

be not doubting; have courage to believe what you have seen and heard (189:5.4)

be not mindful of things which foster anxiety (137:1.6)

be not weary in well-doing (163:6.7) (174:0.2) (192:2.9)

be of good cheer (100:7.9) (153:5.4) (181:1.6)

be on guard at all times–watch and pray (192:2.3)

be one in spirit (182:1.4)

be patient (137:6.3,5) (137:7.3)

be wise as serpents, harmless as doves (140:8.13) (140:9.3) (163:1.3) (178:1.7)

be wise in your counsel and eloquent in your lives (128:7.4)

be you all as brethren (179:5.7) (190:4.1)

be you perfect as Father is perfect (137:8.13) (140:2.16) (140:5.3,15) (140:8.32) (140:10.1) (142:7.13) (161:1.10) (181:2.25)

become as little children to enter kingdom (140:10.4)

become fishers of men (138:7.6)

before Abraham was, I am (157:6.11) (161:2.9) (162:7.6)

best method to solve some problems is to forsake them (143:3.3)

beware slippery paths of flattery (174:0.2)

blessed are those who believe without seeing (191:5.5)

blind leading the blind (153:3.5) (175:1.15)

by the new way you are first transformed by Spirit of Truth (143:2.4)

call no man Father in spiritual sense (175:1.10)

cast not your pearls before swine (140:3.18) (186:2.2)

cease to be attracted by unreal and material shadows (174:0.2)

cease to think about yourself and troubles of the hour (191:1.2)

children of world are wiser than children of light (169:2.1)

choose this day whom you will serve (153:2.5)

come to me all you who labor (139:7.7) (141:3.7) (144:8.8) (163:6.7) (165:3.8)

consider the lilies, how they grow (165:5.3)

day by day we are strengthened by hope of better days (127:3.14)

disciple is not above his master (150:4.2) (157:6.8) (179:3.8) (180:3.1)

disown the past (154:6.8)

do not attach new teachings to old (147:7.2) (176:1.7)

do not entertain false hope (137:6.5)

do not strive with men–always be patient (141:6.4)

doubt not Father's love and mercy (143:2.7)

eye has not seen, nor ear heard (181:2.20)

false teachers will arise and lead many astray (176:1.4)

Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do (187:2.4) (188:5.6)

Father and I are one (137:6.6) (142:7.13) (153:2.11–12) (153:3.2) (157:6.13) (161:2.9) (164:5.2) (169:4.2) (180:2.1) (180:3.9) (180:4.3) (182:1.6) (184:4.6)

Father himself loves you (180:6.8)

Father is living and loving spirit (195:10.4)

Father knows what you need even before you ask (140:6.11)

fear not (100:7.15) (140:8.20) (165:3.3) (166:3.5)

fear not the resistance of evil (191:4.4)

fear not those who can kill the body (150:4.2) (165:3.3)

fields are white for harvest (143:6.1)

first shall be last (163:3.4) (166:3.5)

flight from duty is sacrifice of truth (130:1.2)

follow me (137:2.5,7) (138:3.1,3) (138:4.1) (138:5.1) (139:5.1) (139:7.6) (196:1.3)

freely you have received, freely give (100:7.10) (140:9.2) (159:1.5) (163:1.4) (176:3.10) (191:4.4) (193:0.5)

get you behind me, Satan (53:8.4)

God is no respecter of persons (137:8.6)

God is spirit; worship him in spirit and in truth (143:5.6) (169:4.6,11)

greater love has no man (188:5.7)

greatest is he who serves (28:6.18) (56:10.14) (137:8.11) (140:1.6) (158:6.3) (171:0.6) (179:3.9)

hairs of your head all numbered (150:4.3) (165:3.4)

happy are the poor in spirit (140:3.3–11)

harvest is plenteous but laborers are few (150:4.1) (163:1.3)

hate is shadow of fear (145:3.4)

he who deliberately rejects light shall die in sin (162:5.3)

he who exalts himself shall be humbled (167:1.5) (167:5.1) (175:1.10)

he who has seen me has seen Father (157:6.13) (169:4.2,9–13) (174:5.7) (180:3.9) (181:2.20)

he who humbles himself shall be exalted (158:8.1)

he who is faithful in little will be faithful in much (169:2.6)

he who is not against us is for us (159:2.1)

he who is not with me is against me (153:4.3) (159:2.2)

he who loves parents, wife, husband, children more than gospel is not worthy (150:4.3) (163:3.4) (171:2.2)

he who receives me receives him who sent me (158:8.1) (162:2.3)

he who rejects me rejects him who sent me (163:1.4) (174:5.3) (180:3.1–2) (180:6.1)

he who rejects you refuses to receive me (180:6.1)

he who rules his self is greater than he who captures city (143:2.3)

he who will save his life shall lose it (103:5.6) (140:5.19) (158:7.5) (160:5.10) (174:5.8)

he who wishes to be disciple must disregard self and follow me (159:5.10)

how often would I have gathered your children? (171:4.7)

I am in you (180:4.2)

I am the bread of life (121:5.12) (153:2.8–12) (179:5.3) (182:1.10)

I am the desire of all ages (182:1.10)

I am the door to eternal life (165:2.7) (166:3.3,7)

I am the good shepherd (165:2.7) (182:1.10) (188:5.1)

I am the light of the world (162:5.2–3) (165:3.7) (174:5.7) (182:1.10)

I am the living water (121:5.12) (143:5.4) (182:1.10)

I am the living way (117:3.3)

I am the real vine (180:2.1) (182:1.10)

I am the resurrection and the life (168:0.7) (168:2.7) (171:3.5) (182:1.10) (193:1.2)

I am the way, the truth, and the life (7:5.1) (21:6.4) (52:5.4) (141:7.4) (166:3.7) (180:3.7) (182:1.10)

I am with you always (178:2.4) (191:3.1) (191:4.4) (191:6.3) (192:2.11) (193:0.5) (193:1.2)

I came not to judge the world, but to offer salvation (174:5.7)

I do not believe any real harm can befall me (133:1.4)

I have come that you may have life (162:2.7) (165:2.8) (182:1.3)

I have come to call sinners, the lost (137:8.16) (138:3.6) (157:6.9)

I have meat to eat you know not of (143:6.1)

I have no mother (154:6.5)

I have not come to destroy but to fulfill (140:6.2)

I require of my disciples life of loving service (191:5.3)

I stand at door and knock (159:3.2)

I will go before you (140:9.3) (181:2.24,26) (193:2.2)

if I be lifted up I will draw all men to myself (108:4.1) (157:6.10) (174:5.13) (195:10.1)

if your neighbor smites you on right cheek (140:3.14) (159:5.9)

in faithfulness do what is intrusted to you (176:3.6)

in Father's house are many abodes (178:3.4) (180:3.4) (180:6.3)

in this world you shall have tribulation (181:1.6)

inasmuch as you do it to the least, you do it to me (155:3.4) (176:3.5)

it behooves me to keep busy awaiting my hour (134:9.6)

it is finished! (187:5.5–6)

it is more blessed to give than to receive (28:6.18) (100:7.10) (103:2.9) (140:8.18)

it is my will that your will be done (118:8.11)

it is not your kingdom; you are only ambassadors (141:6.4)

it is the spirit that quickens; flesh is of little profit (153:5.4)

judge not by outward appearances (174:0.2)

judge not that you be not judged (140:8.12) (145:2.6)

kingdom is not of this world (137:8.7) (138:7.1) (138:8.7,9) (157:6.12) (158:6.2) (171:8.3) (172:3.6) (176:2.3) (185:3.3) (190:5.4)

kingdom is not to come with noise and glamor (137:6.5) (140:1.5)

kingdom is within you (140:1.5) (170:1.9) (170:2.9) (170:3.11) (195:10.4)

kingdom is worth whatever it costs to enter (137:8.14)

laborer is worthy of his hire (140:9.3) (163:1.3)

lay not up treasures on earth (140:6.11)

lessen disappointment by expecting less of some (192:2.10)

let faith reveal your light to world (191:5.3)

let not left hand know what right hand does (140:6.11)

let not your hearts be troubled (140:5.18) (180:3.4) (181:1.5,9) (182:2.1)

let others bury the dead (163:2.2)

let us who have seen light no longer approach Father by darkness (127:6.6)

let your light so shine before men (140:3.13)

life does not consist of possessions (165:4.1)

love all men as I have loved you (191:4.3) (191:5.3) (191:6.2) (192:2.4) (193:0.5) (193:5.2)

love glory of God, not men (174:5.3)

love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength (174:4.2)

love not souls of men; love men (191:5.3)

love one another even as I have loved you (178:1.17) (180:1sec) (180:6.1) (181:2.26,60) (182:1.6) (193:3.2)

love your enemies (103:5.2) (140:3.15) (140:8.6) (174:0.2)

make yourselves ready for call of the kingdom (137:6.5)

many prophets desired to see what you see (163:6.4)

many stand at parting of ways (153:1.2–3) (153:2.5) (153:4.4)

money cannot love (127:2.8) (127:5.3)

more is expected of teacher than pupil (140:3.1)

my love overshadows you (193:5.2)

my peace I leave with you (140:5.18) (181:1.5) (182:2.2) (191:4.4) (193:0.5) (193:2.2) (193:5.2)

my spirit shall go before you (142:7.17) (178:1.7)

my tomorrow is in Father's hands (130:5.3)

my yoke is easy and burden is light (141:3.7) (159:3.7)

neither Jew nor gentile, rich nor poor, in kingdom (137:8.6) (138:4.2) (140:1.2) (143:1.5)

no man, having put hand to plough, can turn back (163:2.3)

no man can serve two masters ((109:5.4)) (140:6.13) (163:3.1) (169:2.7)

no man is stranger to one who knows God (130:2.6)

no peace between light and darkness, truth and error (175:1.2)

no sparrow forgotten in God's sight (150:4.3)

none has done aught but what he thought best (125:6.8)

not every man who says, "Lord, Lord," shall enter kingdom (140:1.4)

not my will but yours be done (109:6.5) (111:5.6) (136:10.1) (160:1.11) (174:5.9) (182:3.4)

not with words but with longing looks did you appeal (130:6.2)

nothing hidden that shall not be revealed (150:4.2) (151:3.1) (165:3.2–3)

old things pass away; all things become new (143:2.3)

only through much tribulation will many enter kingdom (137:6.5)

overcome evil with good (156:5.5)

peace be upon you (190:3.1) (191:2.1) (191:4.3) (191:5.3) (191:6.2) (192:4.3) (193:0.2) (193:2.2) (193:3.2)

peace on earth and good will to all men (140:1.3)

poor you have always with you (172:1.6)

possess your soul in patience (181:2.15)

prayer is breath of soul (144:2.3) (144:4.7)

preach gospel to all the world (95:7.3) (100:7.6) (140:9.2) (163:4.2) (165:6.3) (182:1.5) (190:3.1) (190:4.1) (191:1.2) (191:4.4) (191:5.3) (191:6.3) (192:2.11–12) (193:0.5) (193:1.2) (193:2.2) (193:3.2) (193:5.2)

preach gospel without fear or favor (192:2.2,11–12)

proclaim whole gospel, not just part (193:0.4)

put not trust in arm of flesh (174:0.2)

remain unshaken, even when you cannot see the way (174:0.2)

render to Caesar things that are Caesar's (140:8.9) (156:5.16) (174:2.2) (178:1.3) (181:2.10)

resist not evil (141:3.8)

return good for evil (140:6.9)

reveal divine love not merely with words, but in life (191:5.3) (191:6.2)

revenge is mask of cowardice (145:3.4)

Sabbath is made for man, not man for Sabbath (147:6.4)

seek and you shall find (100:7.10) (144:2.3)

seek first the kingdom (140:1.5) (140:6.13) (196:0.8)

seek not self-glorification but glory of God (175:1.10)

seek sinners, find downtrodden, comfort the anxious (138:6.4)

seek the greater and lesser shall be found therein (165:5.3)

serve all men as I have served you (191:4.3) (191:6.2) (192:2.2,10) (193:0.5) (193:1.2) (193:5.2)

sin of rulers is saying what is good but doing it not (175:1.8) (184:1.5)

sit not in chief seat (167:1.5)

speak not hearsay (138:8.4)

spirit is willing but flesh is weak (182:3.4)

Spirit witnesses with your spirits that you are children of God (142:5.3)

stone which builders rejected (173:4.4)

strain out gnat and swallow camel (175:1.17)

straining at gnat (156:2.8) (185:0.4)

stumble not into suspicion and intolerance (191:4.3)

suffer little children to come unto me (167:6.1)

suffer me also this, for it becomes us to fulfill all righteousness (135:10.4)

sufficient for the day is trouble thereof (140:6.13)

take heed no man deceive you (176:1.1)

tell no man (136:8.1) (137:5.1) (138:8.2–5) (139:9.7) (144:1.3) (145:0.3) (146:4.4) (148:4.11) (149:1.2) (152:1.2) (156:1.7) (157:3.6) (157:4.5) (158:2.1,3) (159:4.2) (166:2.8) (177:1.5) (178:2.3)

that which world needs most to know is men are sons of God (193:0.4)

they who fight with sword perish with sword (181:2.11) (183:3.7)

those who kill you think they do God service (180:6.1)

time alone ripens fruit on tree (130:5.3)

to every one who has, more shall be given (151:1.4) (151:3.1) (171:8.7) (176:3.5)

to those who have worked with me, all things are sacred (181:2.19)

to whom much is given, much is required (165:6.3)

tree is known by its fruit (140:3.19) (140:8.22) (142:5.2) (153:4.4)

trust in Father whose messengers you are (140:3.14)

truth shall make you free (141:7.6) (162:7.2)

unless you are born again, you shall not enter kingdom (142:6.4–5) (166:3.7)

unless you become as little children you cannot enter kingdom (137:8.8) (196:0.12)

walk by faith and not by sight (174:0.2)

we cannot eat another's bread as long as I have strong arms (128:5.4) (140:8.2)

we must in all things wait upon Father's will (137:4.8)

weigh consequences of sayings and doings (192:2.8)

what shall it profit to gain world and lose soul? (140:8.17) (158:7.5) (165:4.9)

what you believe that I would do, do you also (140:3.16)

when did I teach that you should all see alike? (141:5.1)

where 2 or 3 are gathered together, there am I (159:1.3)

where your treasure is, your heart is also (140:6.11) (165:4.5) (165:5.4)

who among you convicts me of sin (100:7.16)

who do men say that I am? (157:3.3)

whosoever drinks of living water shall never thirst (143:5.3)

whosoever will, let him come (100:7.6)

why do you call me good? (196:0.9) (196:2.2)

woe upon you (163:6.5) (166:1.4–5) (175:1sec) (175:4.2)

work as for God (133:4.8) (192:2.13)

worship God in spirit and in truth (193:1.2)

you are commissioned to save men, not to judge them (140:3.17)

you cannot reveal God to those who do not seek (132:7.2)

you cannot serve God and mammon (169:2.7)

you cannot stand still in affairs of kingdom (176:3.5)

you must be born again (140:6.2) (142:6.4–5)

you should not presume thus to speak to children of God (133:3.6)

relationship with, takes precedence over all others (141:7.5)

religion of. See Jesus: teachings; religion: explained

religion of vs. religion about (94:12.7) (128:4.6) (138:6.3) (192:4.7–8) (195:4.4) (195:10.15) (196:1.2) (196:2.1)

Sanhedrin

accused Jesus of being in league with devils (173:2.7)

charges against Jesus (184:3.9) (184:5.2) (185:2.10)

unanimously decreed Jesus' death (175:3.1)

second coming (114:7.13) (176:2.4secs)

believers' best attitude toward (176:3.3)

discernible only by eye of spiritual faith (176:2.4) (176:4.3,5)

early Christians believed in imminent (170:2.10) (181:0.1) (194:4.5,7) (196:2.5)

Jesus' promise to return (20:4.5) (93:10.8) (114:1.4) (119:8.8) (142:7.3) (170:4.5–6) (171:8.3) (176:4.2–3,6)

not related to establishment of kingdom (170:2.10) (170:5.14)

preached after Pentecost (194:4.5)

timing known only on Paradise (176:2.5,6) (176:4.3–7)

skills

animal husbandry (123:5.15)

boatmaking (129:1.3)

business and financial sagacity (126:2.7)

cabinetry (126:1.1)

camel-driving (133:9.1)

canvas work (126:1.1)

carpentry (126:1.1) (127:1.6) (129:1.2)

cheese-making (123:5.15)

fishing (124:2.7) (129:1.5)

harp playing (123:6.5)

interpreting and translating (128:4.2) (130:0.5)

leather work (126:1.1)

loom operating (123:5.15)

metal working (128:2.3)

mining (146:4.2)

speaking Aramaic, Greek, Hebrew, Indian language (123:2.7) (123:3.1) (123:5.1–6) (130:0.4)

storytelling (126:2.6) (130:7.1)

tentmaking (134:7.3)

yoke making (124:1.7) (126:1.1)

social life not wholly neglected (127:3.10)

Son of God. See Jesus: nature of Jesus: God incarnate in man

Son of Man q.v.

sorrow of love bore down on (182:3.9–10)

spat upon (184:3.15) (185:6.2)

spent time with children (127:1.8) (127:3.8) (128:6.10–12) (138:8.9) (172:1.4)

spiritual accomplishments

achieved all of sonship we will one day attain (142:7.13)

achieved status of light and life on Urantia (55:11.7)

all power given to (138:7.1)

broke hold of sin and evil (188:5.3)

in all points tried and tested (119:3.7) (119:4.4) (119:5.2) (119:6.6) (124:1.1) (126:3.14) (126:5.9) (127:0.2–3) (127:1.7) (127:5.4) (127:6.13–16) (128:0.1) (128:1sec) (129:4.3–5)

was the 4th epochal revelation (92:4.8)

studied flowers by day, stars by night (123:3.10)

teachings. See also gospel: explained; kingdom of heaven; religion: explained; truth

application

apply to individual, not state (140:8.5–11) (145:2.10)

do not literally apply to material affairs (140:6.8) (140:8.10) (140:10.2–4) (142:7.17) (147:4.2–3)

be not ashamed of my teachings (150:4.3)

be not dismayed by failure fully to grasp (181:2.25)

denounced pride, cruelty, oppression, hypocrisy (140:8.22)

effect

harmoniously co-ordinate knowledge, wisdom, faith, truth, and love (101:6.8)

left as he presented them, all religions would have embraced (149:2.1)

obscured by overemphasis on personality (128:4.6) (149:2.4)

provide tranquility, certainty, enlightenment, stability, God-consciousness, and assurance of survival (101:6.8)

world has never seriously tried to carry out (154:4.2)

equality of women (125:0.4) (125:5.4) (127:1.5) (138:8.11) (149:2.8–9) (150:1sec) (167:5.4) (167:6.4) (194:3.14)

look at Jesus' actions more than his teachings (196:0.10)

love and service (92:4.8)

method of teaching

bold and emphatic (141:7.8)

constant appeal to Scriptures (167:5.5)

embellished truth, did not attack error (132:0.4)

little of well-planned or premeditated (149:3.1) (159:5.14) (171:7.9)

message reiterated (166:4.12) (169:1.16)

never elicited resentment or antagonism (132:7.8)

never took unfair advantage; no ignoble tactics (149:4.5) (173:2.7)

no appeal to human authority; spoke directly to consciences and souls; did not resort to logic, legal quibbles, clever sayings (145:3.3)

not so much what he said as his kindly look (133:2.1)

taught by questions and answers (132:4.2) (138:8.10)

taught most when he said least (132:4.2)

must come a revival of (170:5.19)

often intended for other worlds (141:7.7,15)

self-forgetfulness and self-control, not self-examination and self-denial (143:2.2)

untaught in learning of rabbis (162:2.1)

used term Elohim for God, not Yahweh (169:4.5)

unifies life, ennobles character, simplifies experience (100:7.18)

works in Father's name bear witness for (164:5.2–3) (180:3.9)

works with us (180:1.4)

writings

compact with brother James (128:7.13)

destroyed after baptism (137:2.9)

injunction to leave no permanent (136:4.2) (140:8.29) (159:4.7)

on sand before husband of Hildana (162:3.5)

translation work for merchant of Damascus (128:4.2)

Jethro

Moses' father-in-law (96:5.3)

Jewish priesthood. See Levites; Sanhedrin

Jewish religion. See Judaism

Jewish tutor

Jesus known as, at Corinth (129:3.2)

Jews. See also Babylonian captivity; Hebrew language; Judaism

ancient Hebrews

Abraham's offspring formed nucleus of (96:2.3)

adoption ceremony (70:3.8)

beliefs and attitudes

carried back many Mesopotamian taboos regarding Sabbath (95:1.2) (95:3.1)

different code of ethics for dealing with gentiles (69:4.3) (70:11.2)

distrustful of women (84:5.6)

everything as indwelt by a spirit (96:1.1)

evil eye (87:5.5)

evolution of God concept among (Paper 97)

first to put premium on labor (69:2.5)

"God of battles" (70:1.15)

God spoke to them in dreams (86:5.7)

looked for return of Adam (92:5.3)

matured concept of Yahweh as Father of their race (97:0.1)

nature spirits (85:4.2)

opposed taking census (88:1.6)

phantom replica of individual went down to Sheol (86:4.8)

physical humiliation (89:3.4)

rainbow was bow of promise (85:4.2)

snakes mouthpiece of evil spirits; worshipped (85:3.3) (88:1.5)

spirit of God dwelt in stone altars (88:2.3)

taboo on pork (89:1.5)

treated adopted aliens kindly (70:3.8)

brutal and effective raid upon Og (69:8.3)

characteristic facial appearance somewhat Andonite (80:8.2)

crude but far above surrounding tribes (69:8.4)

Egyptian influence (95:2.10)

group of Levantine Bedouins (92:5.8)

idea of creation from Babylonians; concept of Providence from Egyptians (95:2.1)

nation

divided into two kingdoms ca. 1000 B.C. (97:2.1)

ego tremendously depressed by Babylonian captivity (93:9.9)

was union of Israelites and Canaanites (97:9.1)

religion austere and tyrannical (98:3.2)

religion of. See Judaism

scriptures of. See Old Testament

so-called after days of Abraham (96:2.3)

apocalyptists taught sufferings due to nation's sins (135:5.2)

attitudes

authority was watchword (173:2.3)

chosen people. See chosen people

deep-seated prejudice against all images (185:1.3–4)

family devotion, natural affection, far transcended gentiles' (84:7.1) (95:5.8) (121:3.10)

had God but no saving philosophy (132:7.5)

history of ill-feeling with Samaritans (124:6.1) (137:7.11) (143:4sec) (164:1.4)

Judeans less willing to believe gospel (166:2.2)

lacked humor (156:2.8)

looked upon all others as gentile dogs (121:2.8) (121:7.1–2) (164:1.2)

love justice, wisdom, truth, and righteousness (97:10.6)

majority refused to receive Jesus (173:4.4) (174:5.3–9) (175:1.1,7) (175:2sec) (195:0.2,5)

national egotism, false faith in misconceived Messiah (97:10.3)

never lost concept of Father (97:10.3)

nurtured on miracles (136:6.6–8) (136:8.1) (137:6.5)

objected to public nakedness (187:2.2)

resented emperor worship (121:5.4)

saw God as Father of race, not individual (142:2.2–3) (145:2.4)

saw God in everything that happened (148:5.4) (156:5.4)

settled concept of history and destiny (121:7.1)

spiritually stagnant; had crystallized truth into a creed (155:3.3)

took their religion too seriously; failed to evolve nontheologic philosophy of life (97:8.2) (195:1.6)

unwilling to share Yahweh with gentiles (121:7.2)

vibrant with expectation of Messiah (121:2.7) (135:5sec) (136:1sec) (136:2.1)

willing to die for their religion (185:1.1,3)

worshipped letter of the law; self-righteous false pride of descent (121:7.1)

Christian prejudice against, inexcusable (175:2sec)

clamored to be fed, for miracles, that Jesus become king (136:9.13)

contrasted with Greeks and Romans (98:2.7–9) (191:5.3)

Creator Sons incarnate in group with greatest Adamic inheritance (21:4.3)

daily life

annual income of one man bought bread for 5000 (172:1.7)

children's play life circumscribed (123:4.2)

custom of son's ring (169:1.9)

dead embalmed; buried on day of demise (167:4.3) (188:1.4)

education compulsory (123:5.11)

enjoyed considerable self-government (121:2.7)

in bondage to priest-ridden code of laws, sacrifices, and rituals (97:10.2–3)

inheritance laws (169:1.6)

ordinarily provided safeguards of fairness in trials (184:3.4,6) (184:4.1)

owned slaves (173:1.3) (186:1.2)

restraint on Jewish women's approach to strange men (196:0.5)

did not fulfill destiny as people with spiritual mission (121:2.8) (121:7.5) (175:1.5–6) (176:1.2) (182:3.9)

eminently fitted to spread new religion (121:1.1)

famed for military valor, theologic peculiarities (98:0.3)

found God as no other whole race of men (155:6.10)

Gabriel chose as race for Michael's incarnation (122:0.2)

gentiles morally inferior to (121:4.1)

Hebrews from southern kingdom of Judah known as Jews (97:9.2)

history disastrously exploited by Jewish and Christian writers (97:8.5–6) (97:9sec)

Jesus not the Messiah anticipated by (122:4.2–4)

Jesus the last to afford real national leadership (186:2.8)

kingdom of heaven taken from (175:1.6) (175:2.1)

Moses emancipated submerged remnant of violet race (45:4.14)

not a miraculous people (97:9.29)

part of older Semitic race which included Babylonians, Phoenicians, and Carthaginians (121:1.1) (121:2.1)

political matters

most influential Semitic people (121:2.1)

nation left in accordance with purely human status (175:2.1) (175:3.2)

national history began with Abraham (136:1.1)

national survival due to Roman foreign policy (121:2.8) (128:5.3)

scattered in 200 synagogues throughout Roman world (121:2.3–4)

sorrows of a misunderstood and despised people (121:6.7) (155:6.10)

status of the individual Jew (175:2sec)

Jezebel (124:6.3)

Jezreel (124:6.1,3) (149:0.1)

Joab

young evangelist; ringleader of plot to make Jesus king (152:2.5) (153:5.2)

Joachim

father of Mary mother of Jesus (122:3.3)

Joanna

arranged meeting in Herod's new palace (150:3.1)

at Jesus' appearances (190:3.1) (193:0sec)

discovered empty tomb (189:4.2–14)

treasurer of women's corps; wife of Chuza, steward of Herod (150:1.1–2) (154:0.2)

Joash

boy king; crusaded for Yahweh (97:9.21)

Job, Book of

discourse on Job (148:6sec)

Job granted vision of God (148:6.3)

Job longed for a human God (148:6.7)

protest against Egyptian concept of divine rewards for righteousness (97:8.2)

reflects Salem school at Kish (95:1.10)

written over 300 years (96:7.5)

jobs. See earning a living; labor

Jogbehah (165:0.1)

Johab

groom of wedding at Cana (137:3.6)

John Hyrcanus

destroyed temple on Mount Gerizim (143:4.2)

John Mark (152:3.3) (176:2.9) (178:3.6) (188:3.2) (193:6.1)

approached Jesus with small basket (177:0.4)

associated with Peter; later, Paul (121:8.3)

at Jesus' appearances (192:1,2,4secs)

boy of all chores (152:2.5)

death of father (192:4.5)

desire of heart not denied (176:1.2–3)

did not hold stringent ideas about divorce (140:8.14)

dressed fish for resurrected Jesus (192:1.8)

escaped from soldier naked (183:3.9–10)

Gospel of Mark

basis of all subsequent Gospel narratives; changed (121:8.3)

completed in A.D. 68; is really Gospel by Peter (121:8.3)

included Selta apocrypha (176:2.8)

Jesus' avoidance of writing delayed (121:0.1) (121:8.3)

left out part of Peter's night vision (152:4.4)

Luke had copy of (121:8.9)

retains something of human Jesus (196:2.3)

written by John Mark at instigation of Peter for church at Rome (121:8.3)

had loaves and fishes which fed the 5000 (152:2.7)

hid in shed by olive press (183:0.3)

joined apostles (192:0.4)

kept apostles in touch (191:0.3)

knew Judas intended to betray Jesus (182:2.1,9)

Last Supper was in upper chamber of parents' home (178:2.8–9) (179:1.1–2)

located Thomas in Bethphage (191:0.13)

overheard all that transpired in Gethsemane (177:1.6) (182:0.1) (182:2.10–12)

parents were Elijah and Mary Mark (182:0.1)

rest day with Jesus (177:1–2secs)

walked around lake with Jesus (152:5.1)

John the Baptist (Paper 135)

apostles of. See apostles of John the Baptist

baptism of Jesus (135:8.6)

baptized over 100,000 penitents in 15 months (135:6.4)

beheaded by Herod (135:12.7)

born in City of Judah, March 25, 7 B.C. (122:2.7) (135:0.1)

currently chairman of 24 counselors on Jerusem (45:4.17) (114:2.3)

death of (135:12sec) (144:9sec)

death of mother Elizabeth (135:4sec)

impressed with idea he was to be a spiritual leader (122:2.8)

Jesus

decided not to teach contemporaneously with John (136:4.1) (144:0.3)

did not visit in prison or send word (135:11sec) (138:1.5)

last visit; messages passed (135:9.9) (135:11.4) (144:8.1–6)

referred to John as Elijah (158:2.2)

rumors of John reached (134:9.8)

spoke favorably of John's message (135:8.1)

told apostles to reap the sowing of John (143:6.1)

visit at age 5 (123:3.4) (135:0.3)

Jesus and John decided not to see each other until beginning public service (127:3.11,12)

kingdom concept of (170:1.3) (170:2.9)

message was "repent and be baptized" (135:7.3) (136:0.2) (136:1.5) (138:8.8)

mother Elizabeth assured him Jesus was Messiah (135:3.3)

motive for seclusion (136:3.3)

Nalda knew work of (143:5.7)

named by Gabriel (122:2.3)

never ordained by Sanhedrin (173:2.6)

no brothers or sisters (135:0.4)

personal characteristics

contrast with Jesus (136:0.1)

eloquent rebuke; hardly an example (135:4.5) (136:0.1)

greatest born of women, but he who is small in kingdom is greater (136:0.1) (144:8.4)

heroic but tactless preacher (135:6.7)

in prison, often tempted to doubt Jesus (135:11.1)

over 6 feet tall, flowing hair, dressed like Elijah, stalwart, picturesque child of nature (135:1.4) (135:4.5) (135:6.3)

saddened by loss of Andrew and Peter (137:1.3,8)

prayer of (144:2.1) (144:3.4)

presented flock to Nazarites (135:4.2)

prophecy regarding Jesus (135:11.2–3)

rabbi Nahor offered Jerusalem schooling for (123:6.8)

refused to accept priest's allotment from temple (135:2.3)

refused to refrain from preaching if released by Herod (135:12.2)

religion of repentance, self-examination, and self-denial (135:3.4) (135:4.2) (143:2.2)

remnant of believers in, persists in Mesopotamia (137:2.2)

sooner or later a greater is to arise (170:5.19)

thundered parable of Lazarus of Dives (169:3sec)

viewed as a prophet (135:6.2) (135:12.2) (173:2.4–5)

Zacharias was father (122:2sec)

John the Revelator. See John Zebedee

John Zebedee (129:1.12) (139:4sec) (141:7.14) (143:3.5) (143:5.12) (144:1.4) (178:2.6–8) (192:1.3) (192:4.7). See also apostles of Jesus

actions

claimed preferred seat at Last Supper (179:1.4)

forbade strange preacher (159:2.1)

helped bear Jesus' body to tomb (188:1.3)

laid hands on converts receiving Spirit of Truth (139:5.9)

led Jesus to pool of Bethesda (147:3.1–2)

married brother John's widow (82:5.5) (83:5.4) (139:4.12)

personal agent regarding Jesus' family (129:2.3–4,10–11) (139:4.1,4) (174:0.2) (181:2.2–3) (187:4.7)

present

among 120 at Pentecost (194:1.2)

as designated observer at Jewish court (183:5.3–4) (184:3.2)

asleep in Gethsemane (182:3.1–4)

at crucifixion (only apostle) (139:4.10) (183:4.5) (187:2.7) (187:3.2) (187:5.1,4)

at empty tomb (189:5sec)

at Jesus' appearances (191:2.5secs) (192:1–4secs) (193:0,3,5secs)

at Jesus' examination by Pilate (185:3.1)

at transfiguration (158:0.2) (158:2.5)

in adjoining room during Jesus' humiliation (184:4.2)

near Jesus after his arrest (183:4.3,5) (183:5.3)

purchased Capernaum house on Jesus' behalf (129:2.4,10) (134:1.1)

searched 40 days for Jesus (136:3.7)

selected Judas Alpheus (138:2.7)

assigned as personal aide to Jesus (138:10.3) (139:4.2–3) (181:2.2)

attitude

apostle of new commandment (139:4.6) (181:2.4)

became dominated by love and brotherly devotion (139:4.6) (192:2.1)

believed Jesus had risen (189:5.3) (191:0.2)

believed Jesus would return before his death (192:2.5–6)

bid fire devour insolent Samaritans (139:3.5) (139:4.8) (162:0.2) (181:2.4)

conceited, bigoted and intolerant; self-contained (139:3.4) (139:4.4–5,8) (181:2.4)

cool and daringly courageous; faithful, devoted (139:4.5,10)

favored proclaiming Jesus king (152:2.5)

first apostle to believe in resurrection (139:4.10)

grasped significance of entry into Jerusalem (172:5.5)

impetuous (38:0.1)

naturally thought in symbols (172:5.5)

never overcame disinclination to talk (139:4.7)

son of thunder (139:3.1,5) (139:4.6) (181:2.4)

baptized by John in December A.D. 25 (135:8.1)

became apostle (137:1.5–8)

Book of Revelations by (139:4.14)

four and twenty elders reference (45:4.1)

collected Palm Sunday donkey (172:3.6)

First Epistle written as cover letter for Gospel of John (121:8.10)

fishing partner of Andrew, Peter, and brother James (139:1.1) (139:3.1) (139:4.1)

Gospel of John

avoided all reference to casting out devils (145:2.13)

inspired by John Zebedee; written by Nathan (121:8.10) (139:4.4,15)

Jesus' avoidance of writing delayed (121:0.1) (121:8.3)

presents triumphant Jesus in full consciousness of divinity (196:2.3)

viewpoint of Alexandrian Christians, disciples of Philo (121:6.6)

Jesus' admonitions to (174:0.2) (181:2.2–5) (192:2.1)

Jesus took to Jerusalem (134:9.1)

outstanding theologian (139:4.15)

public preacher (141:3.2)

questions of (140:10.9) (148:6.1)

right-hand support of Peter (139:4.11)

Salome asked preference for (139:3.8) (171:0.4–7) (181:2.15)

special instructions to (140:8.1)

substituted term "eternal life" for "kingdom of heaven" (170:2.20)

visions of

Lucifer rebellion (53:7.7)

mortals on Jerusem (47:10.2)

new Jerusalem in post-Teacher Son era (52:7.11)

well known to Annas's older servants (184:0.3)

youngest apostle, unmarried, from Capernaum; 24 in A.D. 26 (139:4.1) (181:2.2)

Jonah (159:4.4)

Jesus' discourse on (130:1sec)

Joppa (123:0.4) (128:3.2) (130:0.2) (130:1sec) (134:7.4) (152:7.3)

Jordan River

ford. See Bethany beyond Jordan

Jesus' baptism in (135:8sec)

poured forth from underground cave (157:3.1)

valley was tropical (124:6.5)

Jose

renowned liberal Nazareth teacher (124:4.8)

Joseph (brother of Jesus) (138:1.4) (154:5.1). See also Jesus: family

apostles stayed with (137:2.9)

at Jesus' 4th appearance (190:2.6)

born March 16, A.D. 1 (123:4.9)

defended himself when assailed by playmates (127:4.5)

faithful plodding worker, not too smart (127:4.7)

formally installed as head of Jesus' family (128:2.7) (128:7.11)

friction with Jesus (124:4.3)

graduation from synagogue school (127:6.11)

Jesus took to Jerusalem for Passover (128:1.14)

moved into family home in A.D. 24 (134:1.6)

permitted pride to interfere (154:6.1)

tentative belief in Jesus (137:3.2)

Joseph (father of Jesus) (122:1sec) (122:5sec). See also Jesus: family

8 brothers and sisters (122:5.1) (123:6.1?) (128:7.8?)

at Jesus' first Passover (Paper 125)

attitude

angry with Jesus over Scythopolis games (124:3.8)

explained underlying reasons for family discipline (123:3.9)

faithfully discharged parental responsibilities (124:3.2) (124:4.4)

held to Babylonian view of Judaism (122:5.11)

held to spiritual concept of Messiah (122:5.10) (123:0.5) (123:6.8)

mild-mannered; conscientious; subject to mild spiritual discouragement (122:5.1)

never failed fully to discuss Jesus' questions (123:2.3)

perplexed over Gabriel's message; dream (122:3.2) (122:4sec)

average person of day and generation (119:7.7)

black-eyed brunet (122:5.5)

blue race, Nodites, Sumerians, and Abraham ancestors of (122:1.1,3) (122:4.3–4) (123:0.5)

conferred with Zacharias in Jerusalem (122:8.4)

did not know cause of earthquake (123:3.2–3)

educated far above average (122:5.5)

family became believers in Jesus (122:5.10)

fluent speaker of Aramaic and Greek (123:3.1)

found Jesus teaching in temple (125:6.4–8)

Gabriel chose family for incarnation (122:0.3) (122:1.3)

genealogies not genuine (122:4.4)

killed September 25, 8 A.D. working on Herod's building in Sepphoris (126:2sec) (126:5.11) (185:4.1)

marriage to Mary in March, 8 B.C. (122:2.2) (122:5.8–9)

ordered Jesus not to draw (124:1.4–5)

owned

a donkey (122:7.4,7) (125:3.2)

houses in partnership with Jacob the stone mason (126:3.1)

property in Nazareth and Capernaum (126:1.4)

poor at birth of Jesus (122:10.2)

prevailed upon to remain in Bethlehem a year (122:8.4)

removed parchment from doorpost (124:4.7)

Sabbath walks with Jesus (123:5.12)

supply shop taken over by his brother (126:5.8)

supported his parents; father recently disabled (122:7.4)

trouble with Jesus regarding his prayers (123:3.6)

unfortunate he could not have lived (124:4.6)

work

became builder; trebled family income (122:1.1) (122:5.1) (123:3.7)

employed as foreman in Alexandria (123:0.1)

in Sepphoris (124:5.5)

Joseph of Arimathea (174:5.1) (188:3.3)

accompanied Jesus to temple (175:0.1)

believed Jesus would rise from tomb (188:1.2) (188:1.8)

boldly claimed body of Jesus from Pilate (142:6.9) (187:6.2) (188:0.3)

came to see Jesus in Gethsemane; turned back (142:8.4)

daughter Rebecca (150:1.1)

embalmed Jesus' body with myrrh and aloes (188:1.4)

former Sanhedrin member (188:1.2)

helped bear body of Jesus to tomb (188:1.3)

Jesus' 5th appearance at home of (190:3.1)

Jesus buried in tomb of. See Jesus: events in life: tomb

met with Jesus in home of Nicodemus (164:2.1)

most outspoken disciple of Jesus in Jerusalem (188:1.2)

visited empty tomb (190:1.2)

women believers stayed at home of (188:1.7) (189:4.2) (192:0.3)

Joseph of Tyre

Jesus stayed with (156:4.1–2) (156:6.1)

Joseph (Old Testament)

great-grandson of Abraham; civil administrator in Egypt; firm believer in Melchizedek (93:9.5,8)

political circumstances facilitated promotion of Salem teachings in Egypt (95:3.5)

sold into Egyptian slavery at Dothan (126:1.2)

Joshua ben Joseph. See Jesus

Joshua (Jesus)

Gabriel instructed Mary to name her son (122:3.1) (122:8.2)

Joshua (Old Testament) (124:6.7) (135:6.1) (135:9.5)

and Israelites came to Jerusalem through Jericho (135:6.1) (172:1.3)

Jesus quoted (153:2.5)

lived to enter promised land (166:3.2)

Moses turned over command of Hebrews to (96:5.9)

preached stern gospel to disbelieving people (96:6.1,3)

set up 12 stones by Jordan (135:6.7)

Joshua the teacher

chapter in Jesus' life (133:9.6)

Josiah (blind beggar)

became lifelong preacher of gospel (164:5.6)

before the Sanhedrin (164:4sec)

cast out of synagogue (164:4.11) (164:5.4–5)

healed by Jesus (164:3sec)

neither dumb nor lacking in humor (164:4.9)

parents were poor, fear-ridden souls (164:5.5–7)

Josiah (disciple of Abner)

baptized Pharisee (174:4.4)

Josiah (King)

destroyed Jerusalem ring of corrupt politicians (97:9.23)

Egyptians defeated at Megiddo (126:1.2)

intercepted Necho's mighty army; was wiped out (97:9.24)

Jotapata (138:9.3) (156:6.2)

Jesus' discourse on prayer at (146:2sec)

Mary Magdalene and Rebecca ordained at (150:2.3)

Jove

persists only as exclamation (96:1.14)

joy. See also happiness; peace: spiritual peace

born of trust in divine word (143:2.7)

cannot be experienced all by oneself (111:4.7)

cannot put under microscope (196:3.15)

fruit of the Spirit (34:6.13) (56:10.20)

inherent in freewill existence (28:5.16)

mostly material reaction to environment (108:5.6)

of high duty is eclipsing emotion of spiritual beings (25:1.6)

seek not for transient (149:5.4)

Spirit of Truth gives (194:0.1)

spiritual growth yields lasting (100:4.3)

to share Master's, share his love and service (180:1.5)

Joys of Existence

collaborate with reversion directors (28:5.16)

promote reactions of joy (28:5.16)

reflective of harmony supervisors (28:5.16)

secondary seconaphim, reflective associates of Divine Counselors (28:5.16)

jubilee of jubilees

enthronement of Creator Son as Master Son (33:3.5)

jubilees

7 in ascendant career (27:7.8)

upon settling of a local universe in light and life (17:3.11)

Judah. See Judea

Judaism (97:10sec) (121:6sec). See also Abraham; apocrypha; ark of Yahweh; Babylonian captivity; El Elyon; El Shaddai; Elohim; Essenes; Jerusalem temple; Moses; Nazarites; Old Testament; Pharisees; prophets; rabbis; Sadducees; Sanhedrin; scribes; Shema; Sheol; Yahweh

advanced religion of ancient times (92:6.2–3)

apostles at first imposed, upon converts (194:3.9)

beliefs

apocalyptists taught Jews' sufferings were penalties for nation's sins (135:5.2)

authority was watchword (173:2.3)

blindness caused by sin (164:3.3)

consorting with deceased brother's widow (83:5.4)

creation account (74:8.7–11)

eating with unwashed hands punishable by excommunication (153:3.6)

prophets proclaimed God the Father of Israel (2:6.4)

redemption of first-born sons (122:9.1)

religion of good works, slavery to law (121:7.5)

religious dogma so crystallized as to jeopardize further growth (98:2.9)

teaching centered on knowing God (5:4.8)

trinitarian Elohim became part of theology after Babylon (96:1.8)

uncertain regarding life after death (146:3.8)

without shedding blood no remission of sin (4:5.5)

clearer recognition of Father than any religion (130:3.4)

deficient in philosophy and aesthetics, but conserved moral values (97:10.5–6)

deficient in science (155:1.4)

Eastern/Western differences (121:6.9) (166:5.4)

Joseph father of Jesus held to Eastern (122:5.11)

Levant adopted Western viewpoint (121:6.1)

Mary mother of Jesus leaned toward Western (122:5.11)

educational program for children in Galilee (123:2.5–6) (123:5sec)

evolutionary link between religions of evolution and revelation (92:6.6)

failed to associate goodness of God with science and art (2:7.9)

feasts (123:3.5) (125:1.5) (134:9.3)

atonement (123:3.5)

Jesus thought ceremonies pathetic (134:9.3)

dedication (Paper 164) (125:1.5)

Passover (Paper 142)

1-1/2 million attended (188:3.1)

celebrated in Jerusalem whenever possible (123:3.5) (123:5.2)

commandment not to leave sacrifice until morning (142:3.18)

commemorated Jews' emergence from racial slavery (179:5.2)

customs (179:3.1,10) (179:5.1)

Hebrew ritual (89:9.2–3)

Jesus

death coincidental to Passover (186:5sec)

determined to establish a bloodless Passover (125:2.3) (127:6.6–7) (147:2.3) (179:0.3)

first Passover at Jerusalem (124:6sec)

Jews did not want Jesus' body exposed on (187:5.7)

lambs sacrificed at (127:6.6–7) (186:5.1)

Moses established; institution antedated (125:1.5) (179:1.6)

no secular work done or gentile buildings entered on preparation day for (182:2.9) (184:3.14) (185:0.3)

preparation day for (179:0.1)

Roman governors pardoned someone at (185:5.2) (187:0.2)

sacrament must consist of most primitive of viands (92:2.2)

smearing blood on doorposts was outgrowth of child sacrifice (89:7.2)

temple head tax payable at (173:1.3)

women seldom attended (125:0.2)

Pentecost (123:3.5) (125:1.5). See also Pentecost (bestowal of Spirit of Truth)

7 weeks after Passover (125:1.5)

festival of baptism established by Moses (125:1.5) (194:1.5)

Purim

feast of Esther and Israel's deliverance (123:3.5)

later established feast (125:1.5)

tabernacles

annual holiday of all Palestine; established by Moses (123:3.5) (125:1.5) (134:9.4)

description (162:4sec)

known as feast of harvest ingathering (123:3.5) (162:4.1)

fetish hut elevated by Moses to harbor law of God (88:2.3)

Ganid's abstract of (131:2sec)

great international, interracial faith (92:6.2,5)

influence of (96:0.3)

Amenemope (95:4.4)

Babylonian captivity (97:9.27)

Egypt (97:8.2)

Ikhnaton (95:5.7–8,14–15)

Philo (121:6.3–6) (130:3.9) (146:1.3)

Platonism and Stoicism (121:6.3)

Zoroastrianism (95:6.7) (98:7.6)

influence on

Christianity (97:10.6) (98:7.5)

Islam (97:10.6)

Jesus

antagonism with, always positive (147:6.6)

did not participate in any sacrificial service (179:0.3)

Levites officiated in Jerusalem temple (164:4.2–4)

Micah attacked sacrificial system (97:5.6)

monotheistic zeal eclipsed teachings of Trinity (104:1.8)

only Jerusalem inhabitants permitted to see daily sacrifices (125:1.5)

oral law

Jesus in constant collision with (124:1.13)

Jesus resented those misrepresentative of Father (127:6.6)

minute regulations invaded every domain of Jewish life (121:7.3–4)

misinterpreted sacred writings (159:4.6)

Sanhedrists deserted commandments of God while holding to (153:3.3–4)

viewed as more sacred than Scripture (121:7.3–4) (153:3.6–7)

viewed as ordained by Abraham (121:7.3)

persisted because of institutions (97:10.7)

predicated on covenant between Abraham and Melchizedek (96:0.3)

promised salvation from difficulties (5:4.5–8) (148:6.5)

rapidly expanding in times of Jesus (121:1.3)

religion of moral sublimity (196:3.16)

renaissance dates from Greek translation of Hebrew scriptures (121:6.2)

rituals

Andonic animal sacrifice preserved in (63:6.4)

inconsistencies and absurdities of; Jesus thought ceremonies pathetic (125:2.4) (134:9.3)

purification after childbirth (122:9.1) (122:10.2)

Sabbath service described (150:8sec)

Shema was creed of faith (150:8.4)

saved from oblivion by intervention of Babylonian teachers (121:6.8)

secret of survival was centralization of worship at Jerusalem (121:2.6)

tolerated fringe of gentile believers (121:2.5)

various Deity titles defined (96:1.2–10)

Judas Alpheus. See Alpheus twins

fisherman of Kheresa, selected by John Zebedee (138:2.7)

married with 2 children; also called Lebbeus (139:9.1,5)

questions of (139:9.10) (180:4.4–6)

Judas Iscariot (Paper 183) (139:12sec) (143:3.5) (144:1.4) (147:2.1) (151:2.8) (177:4sec) (178:2.6) (193:4sec). See also apostles of Jesus

adversely affected by entry into Jerusalem (172:5.12–13)

attempted to heal James of Safed's son (158:4.6)

betrayal

apostles' suspicions of (181:2.6) (182:0.2)

betrayed Jesus with a kiss (183:3.5)

did not betray Jesus for money (139:12.5) (172:5.12) (177:4.4)

emotions precipitating betrayal (139:12.10–13) (153:1.5)

Judas believed he would receive high honors for (177:4.2)

born in Kerioth; best-educated apostle (139:6.2) (139:12.1–2)

call of (138:5sec)

carried bag in deep pocket (186:1.3)

causes of downfall (157:7.2–4) (193:4sec)

failed to love truth; intellectual pride (179:4.2)

influenced by ridicule of Sadducean friends (172:5.13)

love grew cold; refused to trust (193:3.2)

met with enemies of Jesus (175:4.1) (177:4sec) (178:0.1) (182:2.13) (183:2.1)

nursed grudges; sought revenge for hurt feelings (139:6.5) (172:1.7) (177:4.4) (182:1.5) (193:4.2)

pampered and spoiled only son of unwise parents (139:12.6) (177:2.4)

refused to confide in fellow apostles (193:4.2–3)

self-satisfaction (139:12.4)

serves as warning against dangers of isolation, over-individualism (193:3.2) (193:4sec)

sought advice and consolation of those indifferent or hostile to kingdom (193:4.3)

well-intentioned but cowardly and self-centered (177:4.9,11) (183:2.2) (193:4.14)

criticized Nathaniel; rebuked by Jesus (139:6.5)

David Zebedee gave funds to (172:2.3)

David Zebedee knew of plot to kill Jesus (178:2.3)

deposited funds (147:2.1) (163:2.11) (172:2.3)

discharged office of treasurer faithfully and efficiently (138:8.1) (138:10.10) (139:12.3)

disowned by parents over John the Baptist (138:2.9) (139:12.1)

favored proclaiming Jesus king; imagined Jesus regretted (152:2.5) (153:0.2)

feared for himself; asked for 40 soldiers (183:2.3)

foot-washing proved Jesus not Israel's deliverer (179:3.1,4)

great executive, stickler for organization (139:12.5)

handed bag containing 30 pieces of silver (186:1.2)

imagined Jesus feared Jewish leaders (162:1.3)

Jesus

advised placing utmost confidence in Judas (157:7.1)

did everything possible to save Judas (179:4.7)

Judas was faith adventure to (139:12.7) (177:4.10)

last words to Judas (179:4sec)

personal salutation to Judas (174:0.2)

warned apostles of impending betrayal (153:5.4) (177:5.2) (179:3.6) (179:4sec) (180:6.1)

Mary's waste of ointment mobilized hatred (139:12.10) (172:1.5–7) (172:5.12)

name eschewed (139:12.14)

only son of wealthy Sadducees, unmarried, living in Jericho, only Judean, selected by Nathaniel; 30 in A.D. 26 (138:2.9) (139:12.1–2)

prejudiced against Samaritans (143:0.2)

present at Jesus' trial before Pilate and Sanhedrin (184:2.1) (184:5.1) (185:0.1)

pricked about his traitorous conduct (186:1.2)

repented (186:1.4)

resented Jesus not saving John the Baptist (138:5.4) (177:4.11)

saw Jesus nailed on cross (186:1.4)

seized seat of honor at Last Supper (179:1.4)

suicide by hanging in valley of Hinnom (139:12.13) (186:1sec)

temple guards and centurion held in contempt (183:5.2–3) (186:1.2)

turned over all apostolic funds to David (178:2.10)

wondered how to break off from apostles (172:5.12–13) (173:0.2) (175:4.1) (177:4.2)

Judas Maccabee. See also Maccabees

disappointment of reign of (136:8.8)

heroic exploits of (121:2.7)

Jews removed from Perea in times of (165:0.3)

restoration of Mosaic services by (123:3.5)

Judas Maccabeus. See Judas Maccabee

Jude (127:4.5) (137:6.1,4) (154:5.1) (157:0.1) (183:4.7) (188:3.3). See also Jesus: family

active with Zealots; clashed with civil authorities (128:6.4–7)

at Jesus' 4th appearance (190:2.6)

attitude

became firm believer in Jesus (137:3.3) (137:5.2)

believed Jesus had risen (190:2.2)

feared for his safety (154:6.2)

firebrand; highest of ideals, but unstable in temperament (127:4.7) (128:7.3–4)

friction with Jesus (124:4.3)

Jesus' failure to select as apostle caused gulf with family (138:0.1)

born June 24, A.D. 5 (124:3.4)

faithfully sent funds home each month (128:7.11)

heard voice at Jesus' baptism (135:8.2,6)

Jesus sold harp to defray school expenses of (127:4.10)

Jesus visited at home in Magdala (137:3.1) (137:5.2)

married March, A.D. 24 (134:1.4)

often came to Capernaum to hear Jesus (129:1.13)

punished on 3 occasions (127:4.3)

ran away from uncle's farm to be fisherman at Magdala (128:7.8)

searched for Jesus after Cana (137:5.1)

sister-in-law Rachel (150:1.1)

trip with Jesus to Passover; taken to military prison (128:6.3–8)

witnessed Jesus' crucifixion (186:0.3) (187:2.7) (187:3.2) (187:5.1)

Judea (142:8sec). See also Israel; Palestine

Caesarea was Roman capital of (184:3.14)

fall of Assyria, ascendancy of Egypt brought deliverance to (97:9.23)

Jewish consciousness originated in southern clan of Judah (97:9.2)

Judah put under tribute by Egypt (97:9.17,24)

Judahites always sought to defame Ephraimites (97:9.2)

Judas only apostle from (138:2.9) (139:12.1–2)

Judeans less willing to believe gospel (166:2.2)

most difficult Roman province to govern (185:1.2)

mostly non-Hebrew (97:9.7,11)

wars with Israel (97:9.18)

judges

Jesus' address to judge on behalf of poor man (132:4.8)

Jesus' comments to judge on behalf of Jude (128:6.7)

Micah denounced rulers who judge for reward (97:5.5)

Judges (Old Testament)

Hebrew tribal sheiks (96:6.1)

judgment. See also courts; justice; law; nonsurvivors; resurrection; survival

by man

dangers and unfairness of sitting in personal (133:3.6) (146:2.6) (159:1.6)

do not prejudge fellows (38:2.4) (133:1.2). See also prejudice

judge not by a single unfortunate human episode (156:5.9)

judge savages in accordance with their enlightenment (101:9.2)

let others give account of themselves to God (139:6.5)

must be lodged in hands of social group (10:6.2) (70:10.13) (104:2.5) (133:1.2) (159:1.6)

Spirit of Truth enables wise (180:6.2)

concomitant of lengthening time unit in experience (118:1.3–8)

day of judgment (140:3.20) (144:5.4) (147:3.3) (166:3.4)

taught by Egyptians and Zoroaster (95:6.6)

under Mithraism (98:5.4)

divine judgment. See also justice: divine justice; law: divine

3 questions asked the rich (165:4.10–13)

absolves person from all future criticism (62:7.5)

account of endowments and stewardships asked in next world (112:5.10) (133:4.7) (176:3.7–8)

delay in execution justified if it might conduce to repentance (54:4.3)

ever fulfills divine love of God (10:6.8)

Father is source of all true (162:5.2)

final application of justice (10:6.4)

in doubt, Judges invariably rule in personal interests of individual (112:5.7)

Memories of Mercy testify before courts of Uversa (28:6.6)

must prove entirely satisfactory to all related personalities (54:3.2)

never destroys what mercy can save (54:5.3)

prevails when mercy exhausted (28:6.7) (33:7.8)

records of human lives exist in seraphim and Censors (112:6.4)

sovereign Judges will not deprive any being of personality who has not finally and fully made eternal choice (112:5.9)

those rejecting Jesus and teachings brought to (174:5.7)

time is element of evidence before Ancients of Days (28:6.10)

universe authorities would rather risk system rebellion than deprive one mortal of ascending career (112:5.8)

upon dying, mortals stand in immediate presence of (176:2.7)

vested in hands of those knowing antecedents, motives (133:1.2) (133:4.12)

evidence is basis of fairness (10:6.3)

God merciful with primitive mortals (40:5.8)

Jesus came not to judge but to offer salvation (140:3.17) (162:5.2) (162:7.4) (174:5.7)

none for probationary nursery children who do not choose heavenly way (47:2.7)

of nonsurvivors (40:4.1)

Universal Censors

appropriate Adjuster and seraphic records for (112:4.2)

are judgment of Deity (19:4.1,4)

judges and censors decree mortal survival (108:6.6)

judicial system. See courts; justice; law

Judiasm feasts and holidays

Julias

Herod maintained Perean residence at (135:12.1) (150:3.1)

Juno

Capitolium in Rome dedicated to (132:0.2)

Jupiter (god)

Capitolium in Rome dedicated to (132:0.2)

reveler (69:2.5)

Romans invoked by throwing stone in air (85:1.3)

Zeus, transplanted from Greece to Rome (98:3.3)

Jupiter (planet)

largely gaseous (57:5.10)

might capture outer planets, become a sun (15:5.8)

one moon near tidal disruption (57:6.5)

origin (41:10.1) (57:5.9–10)

retrograde motion of certain satellites (57:5.9)

secondary sun for short period (57:5.10)

Jurassic. See also geologic ages

later reptilian age from 125 to 100 million years ago (60:2sec)

jurors

members of superuniverse assembly serve as (15:12.1)

Those without Name and Number serve as (15:12.1) (22:4.3)

just man

among ancients, one who had discharged ritual obligations (89:8.7)

shall live by faith (131:2.8)

Justa

of Sidon, daughter of Bernice (156:2.2) (156:3.2)

justice (2:3sec) (133:1sec). See also courts; judgment: divine judgment; karma; law

conceived by man, means getting one's rights (70:10.2)

demands adjudication of every default and misstep (39:1.8)

divine justice

collective thought of righteousness (10:6.8)

Creators provide for judicial systems (25:3.7)

dual magistracy in Nebadon (33:7.2–7)

even love and mercy cannot abrogate (2:6.8) (146:2.5)

fairness based on personal motives and racial tendencies (39:1.8)

fully perceived, is coincident with merciful love (10:6.8)

higher we ascend the more certain we are to be judged by those of own kind (43:2.4)

is precise (4:4.5) (10:6.8) (133:1.2)

judicial review by Melchizedek and ascendant mortal councils (43:2.3–4)

local system, in light and life (55:8.1)

not influenced by acts of creatures (2:3.1)

slow but certain (54:4.8)

Stationary Sons of Trinity afford perfect revelation of (10:0.2)

time lag of (54:3sec)

tribunals of Ancients of Days (15:12sec)

Trinity attitude (10:5.1) (10:6.2)

do not apply Jesus' teachings to material problems of (142:7.17)

early, meant enforcement of taboos (70:11.2)

eye for eye retaliation (70:10.9) (140:6.9) (140:8.5) (159:5.11)

law is intellectual foundation of (39:3.3)

most powerful and most tenuous factor of human civilization (118:8.10)

must be lodged in hands of social group (10:6.2) (70:10.13) (104:2.5) (133:1.2) (159:1.6)

nature provides only conformity of results to causes (70:10.1)

never a personal attitude (10:6.2)

primitive idea was to dispose of contest (70:11.10)

justice guides

administrator seraphim; defend cases of doubtful survival (39:4.4)

appear before courts for minor misunderstandings (39:4.5)

may become Voices of Mercy (39:4.5)

very few lost in Lucifer rebellion (39:4.6)

Justus (believer)

suggested to fill Judas's position (193:6.2)

Justus (Jewish merchant of Corinth) (133:3.5–10)