Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
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Personal experience is, really, all I have.
While speaking of my own experience, I sometimes begin an observation with a blanket statement that is more than just imprecise. Depending upon the medium and the audience, it could be unhelpful. I pray that I remain mindful that my words be seasoned with salt, that they be spoken clearly, and be acceptable in the sight of the Lord.
Mom used to call it painting with too wide a brush (and slopping paint all over…Continue
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1 Corinthians 6:9 is a hot topic these days. It seems that it is time for me to share some of the results of my prayers about it, since like it or not, the debates and arguments and rhetoric have begun to frequently touch my daily life, and it seems to be time to open up a bit about what I have been receiving in prayer.…
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Thank you so much for the instantaneous response! I am still learning my way around the site. Blessings.
The more opportunities, the better, I say! :)
Thank you, Raye. I hope I will be able to meet you this summer. ~In Faith
Well, no, you didn't say so. I simply tried to read between the lines, since you didn't mention the conservative gathering specifically, whereas you did mention Quaker Spring and OYM (which I attended and loved so well). I'm sorry to misconstrue. I should have just asked for clarity. Please forgive me.
I assume that the conservative gathering is not a good idea, then?
A fFriend who cannot go to the FGC gathering was thrilled when I told her about Quaker Spring. I believe she will go to that; she and her son were with me at OYM sessions last August. Seth Hinshaw and Thomas Swain engaged her little one in a game of "soccer" in the gym. So sweet. :)
Raye, I live in Columbus and have been to OYM annual sessions. They are wonderful and deep. My yearly meeting (Lake Erie) has since asked me if I would be willing to serve as a Friendly Observer from our LEYM to OYM, and I am grateful to be of service this way.
What I would like to know: Would I be out of place if I were to attend your gathering? How about Quaker Spring? I would not be attending as an emissary from my meeting but as an individual Friend wishing to worship with my more Conservative cousins.
I wish to raise OYM's profile in our FGC meeting, as I hear Friends showing interest in worshipping with you. If you believe they would be welcome at the gathering and/or Quaker Spring, I would like to publicize the events among local Friends.
Yours in Light and Love, Paula
I've discovered that a half-winsor knot like I had to do with my school tie is the answer to getting the scarf to tie well at the nape of the neck - and because it slips it can be adjusted to fit the head snugly. Then after that I use a couple of hair slides to secure it just behind the ears.
It works with either a triangle (square half folded) or a long thin scarf.
Wore it at Area Meeting today...no comments!
I am well. I am working as Director of the new Australian Quaker Centre, Silver Wattle, aqc.quakers.org.au
I received thy request to be my friend, but how do I do this?...didn't see a button or place to click acceptance: help me, please!
Stopping by to introduce myself and say that I was encouraged by the scripture and words in your blog post today. It brought me some further hope.