PSALMS 35:9,
• Worlds chapter: The visions, page 74

PSALMS 110:1-4,
• More Light, chapter: The architects of the cathedral of mankind, page 59:

Only then is he who is born to be a master also de facto a ‘master’; only then is he aware of his priestly status ‘after the order of Melchisedec’. –

During his years of development he had to pass through the most diverse stages of occult-spiritual possibilities, like the child in the womb passes through all stages of life which are below those of earthly man.

In this way, he who was still not perfect stood at a crossroads offering him the freedom to mature into a fakir or into a spiritual master. –

Here it will remain in existence until the end of the days on this earth, and with it for all time those eternally ordained to it and who belong to it as ‘priests after the order of Melchisedec’: – the ‘order’ which the eternal sets up for itself within the temporal!

Only for these exceptionally few men of this earth, whose eternal spiritual essence received the form of consciousness for it from the ‘Sophia’: – the wisdom! – of God as the eternal feminine pole of the substantial spirit, is it ever possible according to this order, to communicate the recognition and the knowledge about the Sophia in God to their fellow men on earth!

PSALMS 118:6,
• Above the Everyday, poem: The greeting of the one who has risen, page 19:

“Be not afraid!”
You who are consecrated in me!
Be not afraid:
I will walk with you!
I am no shadow come to frighten you, –
I would awaken you from fear and dreams.
“Be not afraid!”

Thus is reported
The Master’s greeting,
When he, brightened by heavenly flames,
Upon returning home
Showed himself to his followers,
Satisfying earthly fervour.

“Be not afraid!”
I will stay with you, –
Take into me each of mine, –
Each who recognises himself in me
Just as the Father calls him
By name!
A loving guide in eternal light –
I will stay with you: –
“Be not afraid!”

PSALMS 118:22,
• More Light, chapter: The architects of the cathedral of mankind, page 89
• More Light, chapter: Theosophy and pseudo-theosophy, page 106