CRUCIFY.....................20
so, he is free to crucify himself as often as he T 4 A 9 T(187)?23
the crucifixion demands that he crucify, and his worshippers obey. In T 10 G 5 T(441)268
obey. In his name they crucify THEMSELVES, believing that the power T 10 G 5 T(441)268
own head. Yet you CANNOT crucify Gods Son, for the T 10 G 8 T(442)269
you believe that YOU can crucify him you are only having T 10 G 8 T(442)269
because you still wish to crucify him, IF YOU COULD FIND T 12 B 3 T(486) 313
perceive as guilty, you would crucify. But you RESTORE guiltlessness to T 14 B 11 T(543)- 370
of God and therefore cannot crucify, nor suffer crucifixion. The temple T 14 B 11 T(543)- 370
You who made it to crucify yourselves, must learn of Him T 14 C 5 T(545)- 372
no thorns nor nails to crucify the Son of God, and T 20 C 7 T(737)561
and catastrophe, you tried to crucify him. If you see holiness T 21 A 2 T(763)585
will NOT escape. You CANNOT crucify yourself alone. And if you T 27 A 1 T(934)760
that it was made to crucify Gods Son. For even T 29 G 5 T(1005)819
obscure, and take apart and crucify.

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can be but myself I crucify. W 196 W 196 L 0 W(438)
can but be you you crucify, you did not hurt the W 196 L 9 W(440)
your mind can try to crucify. Yet your redemption, too, will W 196 L 12 W(440)
can be but myself I crucify. All that I do I W 216 L 1 W(457)
hold dear the things that crucify Godís Son. And it is M 14 A 6 M(36)
all he sought before to crucify are resurrected with him, by M 29 A 6 M(67)
 
 CRUCIFYING..................1
martyr believes that God is crucifying him. Both really fear both T 8 J 8 T(379)C 206
 
 CRUDE.......................2
or iron, is heavy but crude, and stands for the body T 1 B 22f T(7)-7-
the body, which is a crude creation. The cobweb concept is T 1 B 22f T(7)-7-
 
 CRUEL.......................24
has thought that God is cruel. T 11 J 3 T 11 J 2 T(480)307
real world, God WOULD be cruel. For no father could subject T 11 J 3 T(480)307
journey will seem long and cruel and senseless, for so it T 11 J 7 T(482)309
joy. The Father is not cruel, and His Son CANNOT hurt T 11 J 8 T(482)309
conflict, and ravaged by a cruel war, unless he believes that T 13 D 15 T(520)- 347
unholy relationship. For time IS cruel in the egos hands T 17 D 5 T(636)- 463
darkness has been long and cruel, and you have gone deep T 18 D 3 T(668)495
life seem to be ugly, cruel, and tyrannical. You are no T 19 K 4 T(727)551
as yours. And let your cruel concept of yourself be changed T 31 G 5 T(1064)878
death, and meted out in cruel form to match the vicious W 101 L 4 W(203)
see is merciless indeed, unstable, cruel, unconcerned with you, quick to W 129 L 2 W(263)
you mean that to be cruel is protection; you are safe W 170 L 1 W(377)
Today we look upon this cruel god dispassionately. And we note W 170 L 7 W(378)
is terrible above all else, cruel beyond conception, striking down all W 170 L 10 W(379)
you have chosen that this cruel god remain with you in W 170 L 11 W(379)
aright. For pain proclaims God cruel. How could it be real W 190 L 1 W(419)
And the world becomes a cruel and a bitter place, where W 190 L 8 W(420)
with you. Lay down the cruel sword of judgment that you W 190 L 9 W(421)
help accordingly. God would be cruel if He let your words M 30 A 6 M(70)
the ego -- all the cruel hate, the need for vengeance U 3 A 8 U(5)
was meant to bless, a cruel mockery of grace, a parody S 2 B 1 S(12)
the world, for death is cruel in its frightened eyes and S 3 C S(22)
again until it brings a cruel death in seeming victory. It S 3 C 7 S(22)
can you change these little, cruel offerings for those that Heaven G 2 A 1 G(4)
 
 CRUELLY.....................3
kingdom the ego rules, and cruelly. And, to defend this little T 18 I 2 T(685) 509
perceive a fearful world, held cruelly in deaths sharp-pointed, bony W 189 L 5 W(417)
no need to use it cruelly and then perceive this savage W 191 L 6 W(423)
 
 CRUELTY.....................14
has been used for great cruelty, because, being uncertain of their T 3 H 10 T(177)C 4
Nothing attests to death and cruelty; to separation and to differences T 25 H 6 T(887)706
Lesson 170. There is no cruelty in God and none in W 170 L 0 W(377)
you are safe because of cruelty. You mean that you believe W 170 L 1 W(377)
With love as enemy must cruelty become a god, and gods W 170 L 6 W(378)
it? For the god of cruelty takes many forms. Another can W 170 L 8 W(378)
to be invested now with cruelty. W 170 L 10 W 170 L 9 W(379)
in fears enemy; its cruelty as now a part of W 170 L 10 W(379)
love, as God Himself replaces cruelty.

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we are like You. No cruelty abides in us for there W 170 L 13 W(380)
170) There is no cruelty in God and none in W 180 L 2 W(386)
a world of pain and cruelty. How could I think that W 331 L 1 W(584)
part. Do not believe in cruelty, nor let attack conceal the M 28 A 7 M(65)
and as charity instead of cruelty. Is it not kind to S 2 C 4 S(16)
 
 CRUMB.......................1
every meager scrap and tiny crumb of happiness that you allot T 26 B 4 T(902)721A
 
 CRUMBLE.....................3
Yet each must fail and crumble and decay, because a form T 29 H 5 T(1007)821
And your arms indeed would crumble into dust. For such they W 170 L 5 W(378)
not know, sensing its basis crumble. Let it go. Salvation of W 186 L 7 W(407)
 
 CRUMBLED....................1
endure forever, when yours has crumbled into dust. But think you T 25 C 6 T(869)688
 
 CRUMBLES....................2
die as it decays and crumbles. For within this fence he W 260 W5 1 W(506)
space that lasts until it crumbles into dust? F. The S 1 E 4 S(10)
 
 CRUMBLING...................4
you built has withstood the crumbling assault of time. Nothing you T 12 G 2 T(505)332
specialness which lasts an instant, crumbling into dust. T 24 T 24 E 5 T(851)670
and madness, and believe this crumbling thing, with flesh already loosened T 24 F 5 T(853)672
thief of time, corruptible and crumbling, so unsafe it must be W 135 L 6 W(286)
 
 CRUMBS......................1
escapes reality, and seeks for crumbs to keep itself alive. Here T 20 G 5 T(752)575
 
 CRUSADE.....................2
and MUST join the GREAT CRUSADE to correct it. The slogan T 1 B 23h T(12)12
it. The slogan for this Crusade is Listen, Learn, and DO T 1 B 23h T(12)12
 
 CRUSH.......................1
because you think it would crush you into nothingness. You are T 12 C 5 T(489)316
 
 CRY.........................2
beyond the weak and miserable cry of death and guilt. The T 27 C 6 T(939)765
for healing, and a plaintive cry for help within a world T 27 G 6 T(956)782
 
 CRYSTAL.....................1
Him in giving. In the crystal cleanness of the release you T 15 B 12 T(566)393
 
 CUES........................1
You do NOT see. Your cues for inference are wrong, and T 21 B 1 T(764)586
 
 CULTIVATE...................1
be worth cultivating you will cultivate in yourself. Your judgment of T 5 H 8 T(261)C 88
 
 CULTIVATING.................1
you believe to be worth cultivating you will cultivate in yourself T 5 H 8 T(261)C 88
 
 CULTURE.....................1
can be interpreted, in this culture, as a lack of sophistication T 1 C 10 T(57)57
 
 CUMBERSOME..................1
our brothers lay aside their cumbersome defenses which availed them nothingW 135 L 21 W(289)
 
 CUNNING.....................1
from this most treacherous and cunning enemy? It must be what T 23 C 11 T(828)647
 
 CUP.........................9
at first. Look at a cup, for example. W 7 W 7 L 2 W(11)
Do you see a cup, or are you merely reviewing W 7 L 3 W(11)
experiences of picking up a cup, being thirsty, drinking from a W 7 L 3 W(11)
being thirsty, drinking from a cup, feeling the rim of a W 7 L 3 W(11)
feeling the rim of a cup against your lips, having breakfast W 7 L 3 W(11)
your aesthetic reactions to the cup, too, based on past experiences W 7 L 3 W(11)
or not this kind of cup will break if you drop W 7 L 3 W(11)
do you know about this cup except what you learned in W 7 L 3 W(11)
have no idea what this cup is except for your past W 7 L 3 W(11)