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A Change in Direction: Part II

Dear Readers,

It’s been an intense weekend, and my last post was pretty heavy-duty, so I’ll continue my theme about changes in direction but hold back from too much intensity. 363 more words

Things I might say on TV

If you’ve found this blog by searching the internet for ‘Rhiannon Grant’ and ‘Quakers’ because you’ve just seen me on BBC1’s The Big Questions, welcome. (If I didn’t actually make it onto TV, this post might disappear soon!) Here are some things I might say if I get the chance, in a post written in advance and scheduled to publish while the programme is going out. 906 more words

Don't be ashamed of Christ

For what is a man advantaged, if he gain the whole world, and lose himself, or be cast away? For whosoever shall be ashamed of me and of my words, of him shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he shall come in his own glory, and in his Father’s, and of the holy angels… 613 more words

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Cyn (before); wedi (after)

There are some times which seem to split a life, or a project, or a community, into Before and After. For me, Sunday afternoon was one of those. 550 more words

Scouts

This week I’ve learned more about two slow-moving eruptions.

The first, and quite serious, is the lava flowing from Kilauea, a massive volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island, which is a little more than 200 miles from where my husband, daughter, and I live on O‘ahu. 559 more words

When indwelling Spirit establishes inherent human being or consciousness

Research Notes: Code:jamnayadotfw1653, James Naylor, Inherent Being

In 1653 James Naylor wrote:

“The second man is spiritually begotten by the spirit of the immortal seed, is the expresse Image of the Father, he knows the Father and is known of him, not by relation of the Creature, but by the in-dwelling of God in him …” 301 more words

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When indwelling Spirit establishes inherent being or consciousness

Research Notes: Code:jamnayadotfw1653, James Naylor, Inherent Being

In 1653 James Naylor wrote:

“The second man is spiritually begotten by the spirit of the immortal seed, is the expresse Image of the Father, he knows the Father and is known of him, not by relation of the Creature, but by the in-dwelling of God in him …” 301 more words

Quakerism