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anxiety. See also conflict; confusion; doubt
antidoted by consolation, stabilization of sound religion 99:4.6(1090;2)
be not mindful of things which foster a. 48:7.21(557;5), 137:1.6(1525;3)
be not worried about things of temporal life 165:5.2(1823;2)
can induce mystic state 100:5.10(1100;1)
demoralization by thoughtless panic of 113:2.5(1243;2)
discount a. in favor of certainties of future 48:4.6(548;1)
distorts our minds 9:5.7(103;5)
humor prevents injurious nervous tension 48:4.16-19(549;3)
in thanksgiving, let needs be spread out before Father 146:2.16(1640;5)
inhibits activity, institutes biologic adaptations 86:2.1(951;3)
Jesus preached against 140:8.3(1579;5)
material irritation of immaturity 160:1.6(1773;3), 160:3.5(1778;3)
natural state of savage mind 86:2.1(951;3)
our a. are part of divine plan 23:2.5(258;4)
prayer, worship avoid emotional tension 143:7.3(1616;5), 196:0.10(2088;5)
senselessness of much that causes us serious concern 48:4.6(548;1)
sufficient for day is trouble thereof 140:6.13(1577;7)
thwarts work of Adjuster 108:6.2(1193;1)
Apennines 61:1.7(694;4)
apes. 88:1.5(967;7),See also simians
man not descended from 62:1.1(703;2), 62:3.11-13(706;2)
Aphrodite
Ishtar cult in Greece 95:1.7(1043;2)
transplanted to Rome, A. became Venus 98:3.3(1080;5)
apocalyptists
taught Jews' sufferings were penalty for nation's sins 135:5.2(1500;2)
apocrypha
Book of Enoch 126:3.6-8(1390;1), 136:1.6(1510;3)
Book of Wisdom 95:4.3(1046;4), 96:1.5(1053;3)
Apollo
temple located on Palatine hill in Rome 132:0.2(1455;2)
apostles of Jesus Paper 138 (1538;1),) 145:4.1(1634;1), 150:4sec(1681;8), 158:0.2(1752;2), 158:2.5(1754;5), 172:5sec(1883;6), 173:5.6(1896;1), 184:2.2(1980;3), 193:3.2(2055;2),. See also apostleship
after Pentecost, a. were bold followers of living Lord 194:4.2(2066;2)
after resurrection, Jesus left a. alone for a few hours 190:2.7(2032;5), 190:3.1(2033;1), 190:4.2(2034;1), 191:0.13(2038;8)
all except Alpheus twins graduates of synagogue schools 139:0.3-4(1548;3)
all of one flesh 138:5.1(1542;2)
Alpheus twins were errand-boys; managed multitudes 139:9.3(1563;4)
Andrew was chief 139:1.2(1548;6)
apostles of John the Baptist accompanied 146:0.1(1637;1), 146:3.9(1642;5)
attempted to dissuade Jesus from entering Judea 167:4.4,7(1837;3)
beliefs of apostles
blinded by belief in temporal kingdom, materialistic Messiah 152:6.1(1705;1), 157:4.1(1746;5), 158:4.4(1756;1), 171:0.2-4(1867;2), 171:1.3(1868;5), 171:2.6(1870;3), 180:6.9(1952;5), 181:2.7,23(1956;2)
concept of kingdom of heaven 170:2.13-14(1860;8)
Jesus' immediate second coming 170:4.6(1863;5)
Jesus was Eternal Son 33:1.2(366;3), 157:5.1(1748;1), 161:1.6-8(1784;3)
Jesus was immortal 171:3.5(1871;2)
Jesus was Messiah 157:4.1(1746;5), 157:6.2(1749;1)
Messiah would sit on throne of David 141:2.1(1588;4), 194:4.1(2066;1)
women not equal to men 143:5.11(1614;5)
boldness of Jesus terrified a. 162:1.1,2,11(1788;5)
called Jesus "Master" 100:7.17(1103;5), 141:3.5(1589;6), 149:2.12(1672;1)
called Jesus "Rabbi" 137:7.2(1534;1)
cheerfully ignorant of rabbinical learning 138:8.7(1545;8), 139:0.4(1548;4)
chosen by Father 181:1.4(1954;1)
chosen family of Jesus' advisers 137:1.7(1525;4), 140:2.2(1569;6)
consecration charge 140:9.2(1584;1)
dependent families cared for 138:7.4(1544;3), 138:8.1(1545;2), 139:6.7(1559;2)
desired preference 138:7.1(1543;4), 158:4.4(1756;1), 158:6.2-3(1758;3), 158:8.1(1761;2), 171:0.6(1868;1), 179:1.6(1937;4), 179:3.9(1940;1)
did not assist cleansing of temple 173:1.10(1890;5)
did not grasp Jesus' teaching 138:7.1-3(1543;4), 144:1.1,4(1617;4), 170:2.10(1860;5), 171:0.2-4(1867;2)
each taught own view of gospel 148:1.2(1658;1)
enemy would seek to draw away 138:7.3(1544;2)
Father supplies needs of 140:6.13(1577;7), 165:5.2-3(1823;2)
feared for their safety 153:5.1(1715;1)
forbidden to become embroiled in politics 120:3.4(1329;5), 137:7.5,12(1534;4), 139:11.9(1565;6), 140:8.9(1580;4), 167:5.6(1839;3)
intoxicated by healing of 683 at sundown 145:4.1(1634;1)
Jesus
believed in faith of a. 157:4.6(1747;4)
did not reveal plans to a. 141:0.1(1587;1)
did not wish a. present at his arrest 183:0.3(1971;3)
forewarned a. of Judas's betrayal 153:5.4(1715;4), 177:5.2(1927;3), 179:3.6(1939;4), 179:4sec(1940;3)
gave a. authority over all things temporal regarding the kingdom 140:2.2-3(1569;6), 157:4.5(1747;3)
kept a. in service-contact with multitudes 91:7.2(1000;3)
obligated a. to abide by practices reflective of Jesus' ideals 140:3.1(1570;2), 140:6.8(1577;2), 142:7.2(1603;3)
prayed a. be kept from evil, sanctified in truth 182:1.5(1964;2)
prayed to be honored in a. 182:1.4(1964;1)
realized a. to be weak and ignorant 182:3.9(1969;4)
required a. to dedicate all their possessions to the common cause 140:6.11,13(1577;5), 140:8.16(1581;3), 161:2.3(1785;3), 163:2.2-11(1801;5), 163:3.3(1803;5), 165:4.5(1821;5), 165:5.2(1823;2), 194:3.16(2065;4)
sent apart to pray 155:5.14(1730;2), 157:4.8(1747;6), 157:7.2(1751;1)
sent forth by twos 138:1.1(1538;3), 138:7.2(1544;1), 193:3.2(2055;2)
subjected to repeated disappointment, testing 139:0.1(1548;1), 145:4.3(1634;3), 153:1.3(1708;2), 153:5.1(1715;1), 157:4.1(1746;5), 158:5.4(1757;4), 177:4.11(1926;4)
trusted and loved 137:6.5(1533;3)
warned not to endanger their lives 176:1.3-4(1913;2), 181:2.15(1958;2), 183:4.2(1975;5), 184:2.2(1980;3), 191:0.5(2037;5)
wished for unity among 137:6.6(1533;4)
Judas Iscariot was treasurer 139:12.3(1566;2)
majority were rugged fishermen 140:8.20(1582;1)
many carried swords 171:4.1(1871;3), 172:0.3(1878;3), 172:2.1(1880;2), 172:5.2(1884;1)
many martyred. See martyrs
Matthew was fund-raiser 139:7.2(1559;6)
Matthias chosen to take place of Judas 192:0.2(2045;2)
ministry to the sick 141:4.4(1590;7)
miracle-minded 152:1.2(1699;2)
most married, some had several children 138:9.3(1546;5)
Nathaniel watched over a. 's families 139:6.7(1559;2)
never openly solicited funds from the multitude 139:7.8(1560;4)
not made alike by schooling 139:0.3-4(1548;3)
not to be imposed on by professional alms-seekers 140:8.12(1580;7)

ordination
Jesus reenacted in 14th appearance 192:3sec(2050;1)
on January 12, A.D. 27 Paper 140 (1568;1)

organization 138:10sec(1547;1)
personal descriptions Paper 139 (1548;1)
personal loyalty to Jesus transcended faith in teachings 137:7.2(1534;1), 138:7.3(1544;2), 138:9.1(1546;3), 140:7.6(1579;2), 143:4.3(1612;3), 144:1.1(1617;4)
Peter, James, and John were personal aids to Jesus 138:10.3(1547;3)
Philip was apostolic steward 139:5.3(1556;3)
refused to believe Jesus risen 189:5.3(2027;7), 190:1.1(2029;6)
regarded Jesus as best friend 138:9.1(1546;3), 161:2.3(1785;3)
relations with John's apostles 141:1.4-5(1588;2), 141:3.3(1589;4), 141:6.5(1593;1), 143:3.1,5,7(1610;4), 144:0.2(1617;2), 144:6-7secs) 147:2.4(1648;6), 162:9sec(1798;2)
religion to be exclusive business of 140:8.30(1583;4), 141:7.4(1593;5)
resented Judas's treachery 182:2.4(1966;4)
rise and fall of faith of 158:1.5(1753;1)
separate from all other men on earth 140:3.1(1570;2)
serious, sober, chastened group of disillusioned men 152:6.1(1705;1)
should disregard selves, take up responsibilities daily 158:7.5(1760;2)
should not be anxious for their lives 140:6.13(1577;7)
Simon in charge of diversion and relaxation
spiritual progress after Pentecost 194:2.9(2061;7)
strict rules on working with women 150:2.2(1680;1)
studied 3 hours each evening 137:6.5(1533;3), 137:7.14(1535;6)
Thomas managed itinerary 139:8.5(1561;5)
took offense at others teaching in Jesus' name 159:2.3(1765;1)
turned Roman Empire upside down 195:6.9(2077;5)
urged Jesus to perform healings 145:5.5(1635;4), 146:4.6(1644;2), 147:3.2(1649;2)
Wednesdays were rest days for 138:6.2(1542;7), 141:3.1(1589;2)
apostles of John the Baptist 135:9.1(1505;1)
12 leaders appointed as 144:6.1(1624;2)
anointed sick with oil 150:0.2(1678;2)
finally and fully won over to Jesus 144:7.2(1626;3), 162:9.1-5(1798;2)
instructions to 135:6.8(1502;6)
Jesus refused to participate in joint conferences 141:3.3(1589;4)
never knew why Jesus did not prevent John's death 141:1.4(1588;2)
politics and preferment among 135:9.5(1505;5)
relations with apostles of Jesus 141:3.3(1589;4), 141:6.5(1593;1), 143:3.1,5,7(1610;4), 144:0.2(1617;2), 144:6-7secs 146:0.1(1637;1), 146:3.9(1642;5), 147:2.4(1648;6)
apostleship. See also disciples
requirements 140:3.1(1570;2), 140:6.9-13(1577;3), 140:8.16(1581;3), 142:7.2(1603;3), 163:2.6,11(1802;2), 163:3.3(1803;5), 165:4.5(1821;5), 165:5.2(1823;2), 171:2sec(1869;3)
Appalachian Mountains 59:4.16(679;9), 59:5.20(682;3), 60:3.13(690;4)
almost completely worn down in Cretaceous 60:3.5(689;4)
plants and animals dislocated by glaciers found in 61:7.16(702;6)
Appalachian trough 59:1.8(673;8)
appearances
judge not, falter not because of outward a. 174:0.2(1897;2)
Appian Way 130:0.2(1427;2), 130:8.6(1441;2), 133:0.2(1468;2)
applause
Andonites judged dispute winners by 70:1.3(783;6)
apple
forbidden fruit for primitives 89:2.1(975;5)
taboo among Levantine peoples 88:1.3(967;5)
appreciation. See recognition
apprehension. See anxiety; arrest
aptitude. See genetics
aqueduct
Pilate built to Jerusalem 185:1.5(1988;4)
Aquila
Cynic; tentmaker; Jesus contacted A. in Rome; Paul lived with A. in Corinth 133:3.12(1473;5)
Arabia. 64:7.1(726;8),See also Arabs
Saharans migrated to 80:2.2(890;6)
Salem teachings failed in 95:7sec(1050;6)
snake revered in 88:1.5(967;7)
tribes from A. overran Egypt 80:6.5(894;6)

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