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Revelations, Book of. See also John Zebedee
confused vision 34:4.8-9(378;5)
surviving fragments of a great revelation to the Apostle John 139:4.14(1555;7)
revenge. See also anger; fear; hatred
cannibalism part of solemn ceremony of r. 89:5.5-6(979;4)
character is measured by ability to resist holding grudges 140:8.5(1579;7), 156:5.17(1740;4)
creative imagination inhibited by 111:4.9(1220;8)
early cause of war 70:1.12(784;8)
Jesus abhorred retaliation 140:8.5(1579;7), 159:1.6(1764;1), 159:5.11(1770;3), 162:0.2(1788;2)
Judas harbored 139:12.6,9(1566;5), 157:7.4(1751;3), 177:4.10(1926;3), 193:4.2,8(2055;5)
make no allowance for 140:8.5(1579;7)
mask of cowardice 145:3.4(1632;3)
material irritant of immaturity 160:3.5(1778;3)
planned in mind courts judgment 140:6.4(1576;4)
pride of r. blinds 162:7.3(1796;5)
result of ignorance of true longings of fellows 174:1.5(1898;5)
return good for evil 140:2.15(1898;5), 140:6.9(1577;3)
spiritual deliverance from 141:3.8(1590;3)
vengeance
aim of primitive life 70:10.9(795;6)
does not right wrongs 140:8.7(1580;2)
is mine, says the Lord 70:10.9(795;6)
suicide hunger strikes were ancient modes of retaliation 70:10.10(795;7)
when enemy smites you, turn the other cheek 159:5.9-12(1770;1)
reversion. See recreation
reversion directors 48:4sec(547;4)
all celestial beings enjoy 84:8.5(942;6)
collaborate with heavenly reproducers 44:2.10(501;9)
collaborate with Joys of Existence 28:5.16(312;3)
corps from Urantia 48:4.14(549;1)
directors of change and relaxation 48:4.3(547;6)
in Uversa personality register 30:2.26(338;3)
lessen irritability and resentment in groups 43:8.9(494;8)
maintain headquarters on each mansion world 47:0.4(530;4)
operate chiefly from local system headquarters 37:10.4(416;4)
promote relaxation and humor, reverting memory to former state, thought change, mind rest 30:3.7(339;4), 48:4.9-10(548;4)
recruited from Havona natives to morontia progressors, who predominate 43:7.4(493;5), 48:4.9(548;4)
theater on Jerusem 46:5.23(526;5)
revolution (abrupt change)
deranges society 66:6.3-6(749;5)
disastrous suddenly to liberate great numbers of slaves 69:8.9(779;8)
displaced evolution in planetary rebellion 67:5.1(758;6)
harmful approach 69:9.18(782;5), 99:2.5(1087;8)
Jesus was a progressive evolutionist, not a revolutionary 149:2.11(1671;6)
nearly fatal to undertake wholesale change of mores by 68:4.6(767;6)
no great social or economic change should be effected suddenly 81:6.40(911;5)
technique of Caligastia 136:9.2(1522;1)
revolution (motion). See also ellipse
all units of cosmic energy are in 12:4.1(133;3)
reward. See also achievement; karma; profit
deferred r. inherent in unselfish service 28:5.17(312;4)
extend help without thought of 131:8.5(1452;3)
follows effort 50:7.3(579;2)
joy, communion, eternal life are believers' only 141:7.5(1593;6)
of personal satisfaction in showing mercy 28:6.8(315;2)
real rewards are spiritual 193:4.11(2056;9)
religion is not magical promises of future mystical r. 99:5.2(1091;1)
satisfaction of righteousness transcends any material reward 39:4.13(435;6)
successful Neanderthal hunters got choice of wives 64:4.2,12(720;8)
Rhine River
Nordic-Danubian culture mingled along 80:9.3(897;6)
rhinoceroses 61:1.4(694;1), 61:2.9(695;7), 61:3.4-5(696;8), 61:4.3(698;5), 64:4.7(721;5)
Rhodes 130:0.3(1427;3), 133:7.1(1479;1)
rhythm. See also music
increases efficiency, augments pleasure 44:4.11(504;3)
practiced to influence the spirits 90:4.6(991;5)
rhythm recorders
thought recorders, celestial artisans 44:4.11(504;3)
rice
Adamites ate 81:1.8(901;3)
thrown on newlyweds to ensure fecundity 83:4.5(925;1)
rich, the. See wealth: persons possessing wealth
rich man and beggar
Nazarite parable 169:3sec(1854;5)
rich man of Rome
Jesus' counsel to 132:5sec(1462;2)
Jesus often similarly advised well-to-do disciples 163:2.11(1803;2)
rich widow of Tyre
sought to buy healing 149:1.9(1670;1)
rich young ruler. See Matadormus
riches. See wealth
ridicule
beware poison darts of 174:0.2(1897;2)
do not indulge in sarcasm 159:3.4(1765;6)
Judas influenced by Sadducean friends' 172:5.13(1887;1)
Peter withered before 139:2.6(1551;2), 184:2.8(1981;2)
withering influence of 174:3.5(1900;5)
Rig-Veda. See also Hinduism
Brahmans culled sacred writings to create R.-V. in order to combat Salem teachers 94:1.7(1028;3)
distinction between mind and heart 111:0.7(1216;1)
most variegated system of theology ever developed 94:1.7(1028;3)
portrayed one spirituality of Hindu gods 96:0.1(1052;1)
right hand of the Father
Creator Sons proceed to 21:4.4(239;10), 52:5.6(596;4)
Jesus ascended to 120:3.10(1330;5), 136:3.5(1513;2), 142:7.13(1604;8), 182:1.3(1963;5), 193:5.5(2057;7)
power of god 194:4.4(2066;4)
presence of God 5:2.2(64;5)
we shall repeatedly stand at 13:2.7(148;6), 137:8.16(1537;3)
righteousness 2:3sec(36;6),. See also justice; mercy; virtue
4 steps of inner 170:3.2-3(1861;7)
Adjuster creates hunger and thirst for 101:2.12(1107;4)
are you a better r. recommender? 156:5.15(1740;2)
be valiant in defense of 178:1.14(1931;5)
believers have implicit faith in triumph of 156:5.12(1739;7)
best way is the right way 12:7.2(137;3)
better little with r. than riches with wickedness 149:5.2(1674;4)
certain victory of 52:7.14(600;3)
comes not from passive attitudes 159:5.12(1770;4)
defined as
acquired by faith 170:3.1(1861;6)
conformity with the cosmos 16:7.6-7(193;5)
identification with Father's plan 101:10.7(1117;1)
love, mercy, and truth the desire to do will of God 140:6.3(1576;3), 196:3.29(2096;8)
more to be desired than sovereignty of all the earth 131:3.7(1447;4)
natural fruit of spirit-born life 150:5.5(1683;2)
necessary to do work of kingdom 140:10.1(1584;4)
progressive character development 144:4.3(1621;2)
yielding satisfaction transcending material reward 39:4.13(435;6)
do not seek to establish r. by laws or force 16:7.9(193;8), 153:3.5(1712;5), 159:3.2(1765;4), 178:1.2-12(1929;3)
exemplify the beautiful wholeness of 155:1.5(1726;2)
eyes of the Lord are over the righteous 4:1.4(55;2)
God gives to man 96:7.7(1060;7)
God is source of moral law 2:6.5(41;3)
God's r. exhibited as equal hatred for sin 2:6.7(41;5)
God's r. not dominated by strict retributive justice 2:6.6(41;4)
happy are they who hunger and thirst for 140:3.4(1570;5), 140:5.8(1574;1), 150:5.5(1683;2), 193:2.2(2054;3)
hunger and thirst for r. leads to discovery of truth 103:4.2(1133;2)
Ikhnaton's religion in daily life 95:5.8(1048;2)
in Havona, natural enjoyment of doing things rightly 14:5.3(158;6)
make friends with forces of 169:2.5(1854;1)
mind that discerns God is pure mind 101:1.3(1104;6)
Moses taught r. always rewarded with prosperity, power 135:5.1(1500;1)
necessity to go to the people reveals lack of 155:1.5(1726;2)
nourishes individual creativity 182:1.8(1965;2)
only the poor in spirit hunger for 140:5.8(1574;1)
rabbis taught that the ignorant could not enjoy 138:8.7(1545;8)
recognized by God 48:7.12(556;1)
requires contrast of potential evil 3:5.13(51;12)
rights. See human rights
Rimmon 146:1sec(1637;3)
ring
married women set apart by 82:2.5(915;3)
son's r. given to prodigal son 169:1.9(1852;2)
rituals. See ceremonies; cults; traditions
rivalry. See competition
river bed
is not the river 100:5.1(1098;4)

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