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There Is No Death

"There is no death! What seems so is transition." Man lays aside the curtain which, in his servitude to the senses, he has hung between God and himself, and calls the process death. Paul declares, "I die daily." This is to grow spiritually. It is an elimination of the base,…
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Mors Janua Vitae (Death is the Gate to Life)

The doctrine of reincarnation or rebirth, which teaches that the spiritual part of man is an integral part of God—that it enfolds all the divine possibilities as the acorn enfolds the oak—that by many existences in an earthly body of gradually improving texture the spirit is reaching nearer to perfection…
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Why Will Ye Die? (Poem)

Why will ye die? I have no pleasure in the death of him that dieth, saith the Lord God; wherefore turn yourselves and live ye.—Ezekiel (18:32) "Turn ye, oh! turn ye, for why will ye die?"Tender, beseeching, and plaintive the cry:Men pause, and list to the beautiful song,Smile, shrug their…
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When There is Fear of Death

Whereas I was blind, now I see, and I know there is no death. I see order where before was chaos. I see ascension into everlasting life where before was descent into death. I see birth, a becoming, not a ceasing to be. I see a Great Pulse which beats…
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Essay VI: The Victory Over Death

Levitation, Materialization, and De-materialization The final enthronement of man over all material things and conditions, is the very end or purpose of creation, or of the culmination of life in this world.—Dr. J. H. Dewey, in "The New Age Gospel." Thou hast made him a little lower than thyself and…
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The Effort of Jesus to Overcome Death

Up to this time—I was fifty years old, or thereabouts—my search for eternal life was confined to persons and things outside of myself. I was constantly looking for someone who knew more on the subject than I did, in order that I might hitch myself to his ideas and get…
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The Love which Dies to Save and Lives to BIess (Poem)

There is no greater love than that which diesAnd gives its own life for another’s sake,Puts by its all, and even death defies,That for a friend it happiness may make.There is no greater love; e’en to the grave’Twill fearless go,—the Love that dies to save. There is no greater love…
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Finding the Deathless Life

Selfishness is the root of the animal nature in man. Selfhood is the transmutation of the animal nature into the Divine Nature. Mankind will transmute selfishness into the Divine Selfhood when a knowledge of his divinity grows within his consciousness. So long as man thinks he is his body, he…
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