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== Significance of the lost years ==
In those lost years Jesus walked a path of discipleship under the great lights of the East. He sought the perfecting of his heart and mind, and although he was born an avatar, he still had to take the necessary human footsteps. Jesus had to walk the path to accomplish his soul’s integration with the Word in preparation for his baptism, his [[transfiguration]], [[crucifixion]], [[resurrection ]] and [[ascension]], and he had to work to internalize and bring forth the fullness of his Christhood. And if he had to do it, we also have to do it.
El Morya points out that the suppression by the churches of the knowledge of Jesus’ lost years has “hurt the younger generation more than all others, because they have had no one to equate with from the years twelve to twenty-nine. In those very important years from twelve to eighteen, when all of the burdens and temptations of life come upon them, they have not seen the figure of the one who became the master and who now is ready to show them the way.”<ref>El Morya, {{POWref|25|70}}</ref>

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