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After a long golden age, the civilization of Atlantis was corrupted by false priests, until “God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.”<ref>Gen. 6:5</ref> Atlantis went down in the great cataclysm that is recorded as the [[Flood of Noah]].
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After a long golden age, the civilization of Atlantis was corrupted by false priests, until “God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.”<ref>Gen. 6:5.</ref> Atlantis went down in the great cataclysm that is recorded as the [[Flood of Noah]].
    
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Jesus calls us to the path of discipleship under the ascended masters. He has released a series of calls to this path, published in the book ''Walking with the Master: Answering the Call of Jesus''. Jesus says to those who would be his disciples in the age of Aquarius, “Greater love than this hath no man, that a man lay down his life for his friends.<ref>John 15:13.</ref> Blessed ones, this is not speaking of death but of a vibrant life lived—lived truly to convey the fire of my heart to all. This is the meaning of being a disciple who is called apostle, instrument and messenger of light, conveyer of that light.”<ref>{{POWref|30|27|, July 5, 1987}}</ref>
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Jesus calls us to the path of discipleship under the ascended masters. He has released a series of calls to this path, published in the book ''Walking with the Master: Answering the Call of Jesus''<ref>{{WWM}}</ref>. Jesus says to those who would be his disciples in the age of Aquarius, “Greater love than this hath no man, that a man lay down his life for his friends.<ref>John 15:13.</ref> Blessed ones, this is not speaking of death but of a vibrant life lived—lived truly to convey the fire of my heart to all. This is the meaning of being a disciple who is called apostle, instrument and messenger of light, conveyer of that light.”<ref>Jesus, “From the Temples of Love: The Call to the Path of the Ascension,” {{POWref|30|27|, July 5, 1987}}</ref>
    
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The radiance of the Christ can be drawn through the playing of his keynote, “Joy to the World.”
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The radiance of the Christ can be drawn through the playing of his [[keynote]], “Joy to the World.”
    
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{{LTJ}}
 
{{LTJ}}
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{{MTR}}, s.v. “Jesus.”
 
{{MTR}}, s.v. “Jesus.”
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{{CCL}}, p. 416.
    
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