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Category: The Book of Luke

The Four Gospels’ Angels

     St. Matthew mentions the words angel or angels a total of 19 times, St. Mark 5 times, St. Luke 23 times, and St. John 4 times.

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THE FOUR GOSPELS – Part 3b

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 3b)

 

…St. Luke continued.

Christianity as the Christ – Soul

            The sixth minor Stargate shines its light upon the Palmleaves of Salvation Keystone. It correlates with the tenth chapter “Science of Being.”
            “Chapter X, ‘Science of Being’ views the universe of ideas in its Christ office, as the dynamics of ideas. It shows that an idea has the power to dispel invisible ideas as well as visible ideas and that it operates as a divine infinite calculus. This chapter is Christianity reflecting the Christ.” (Your Divinity Revealed; by Helen Wright, p. 569)

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THE FOUR GOSPELS – Part 3a

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 3a)

                                                                        V

                                                           THE SON OF MAN

ST. LUKE – the third living creature – the face of a man (Gabriel)

            We are in the next four tones, the tones of Christianity, which deals with ideas. These four tones deal “with the demonstration of Christianity. Here the universe of ideas is viewed in its Christ office as the dynamics of ideas. This section shows that an idea has the power to dispel invisible error through the establishment of the realm of spiritual ideas.” (Your Divinity Revealed; by Helen Wright, p. 569)  The angel Gabriel (Love), God’s divine messenger, is of major importance in this Gospel.  Love is the foundation of Christianity, true brotherhood, for “the impulsion which puts Christian Science into operation is, in Luke’s Christianity Gospel, the Christianity of universal Love in divine Science, appearing as the Christianity of Life and Love in absolute Christian Science.” (W. Gordon Brown; FGTR, p. 291)

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