Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
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Thanks Friend! I think I am ready. I have done a lot of praying and I think those prayers are being answered in the enthusiasm of my kiddos. Faith like a child or something like that! lol.
And if I may can you all hold me in the light/pray for me that day. This is a huge challenge for me and I need all the courage and wisdom I can get!
Please let me know if another get together comes up.
I read through a good bit of your blog today and I loved it. Lots of great things to think about as I read. Hopefully we will cross paths at some point since we are both NJ Quakers. :)
Good morning, Adria. I'd like to visit and worship with this group, either at the fall gathering or before. Would you let me know when would be a good time? Thanks.
I'd very much like to meet you, as I've appreciated your writing on QQ, too. Maybe we could plan to go to the same meeting some First-day and get together after worship. Thanks for contacting and befriending me!
Thank you for your postings. I am attempting to connect with Christian Quakers on this site for fellowship, not debate. However, I enjoy reading the comments of others who have the energy and time to share why he / she is a believer and follower of Jesus Christ and a Quaker. Again, thank you. If you know of others who are on QuakerQuaker for Christian fellowship, tell them to befriend me. Sincerely, Teri
Hi Adria... I just tried to e-mail you with the e-mail I have and it bounced. I just sent a QQ friend request to you, but forgot to include a message. I wonder if you could e-mail me (email@example.com) with your current e-mail.
"If you are a preacher of grace, then preach a true and not a fictitious grace; if grace is true, you must bear a true and not a fictitious sin. God does not save people who are only fictitious sinners. Be a sinner and sin boldly, but believe and rejoice in Christ even more boldly, for he is victorious over sin, death, and the world. As long as we are here [in this world] we have to sin. This life is not the dwelling place of righteousness, but, as Peter says, we look for new heavens and a new earth in which righteousness dwells. It is enough that by the riches of God’s glory we have come to know the Lamb that takes away the sin of the world. No sin will separate us from the Lamb, even though we commit fornication and murder a thousand times a day. Do you think that the purchase price that was paid for the redemption of our sins by so great a Lamb is too small? Pray boldly—you too are a mighty sinner.”
I am not a Lutheran but there is an assurance that in this broken world as we try to do good Gods grace is with us. So good intentions do matter to some extent I guess.
Hi Adria, I'm not a Quaker but am very curious about it and have always wanted to attend a meeting. Do you attend an in Hudson County, as I see you live in JC?
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