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Patricia Dallmann commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post Some Observations on John's Second Epistle
"You're very welcome, Wayne! And thank you for your recent contribution on PayPal to New Foundation Fellowship!"
3rdMo 2
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Some Observations on Revelation 10:5-7

And the angel which I saw stand upon the sea and upon the earth lifted up his hand to heaven, And sware by him that liveth for ever and ever, who created heaven, and the things that therein are, and the earth, and the things that therein are, and the sea, and the things which are therein, that there should be time no longer: But in the days of the voice of the seventh angel, when he shall begin to sound, the mystery of God should be finished, as he hath declared to his servants the prophets…See More
3rdMo 2
Wayne Pelling commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post Some Observations on John's Second Epistle
"I have just come across  this and I want to thank you for posting it. The last words from John's First Epistle are ever more relevant now"
3rdMo 1
Patricia Dallmann commented on John Jeremiah Edminster's blog post The Felt Need of Salvation that Drives Many to Seek a Savior
"Your response to Steven's post covered a lot of ground, John, and many of the ideas resonated with me. The following one, though, stood out: You wrote: "Unfortunately, we humans are creatures clever enough, most of the time, to suppress…"
1stMo 28
Patricia Dallmann commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post Some Observations of John's Second Epistle
"Thanks for suggesting it, Ellis. The blog's named Abiding Quaker, and I'll make the name a link. John Edminster has written an encouraging comment, which I haven't yet had time to answer. Hope to get to that soon."
12thMo 3, 2019
Ellis Hein commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post Some Observations of John's Second Epistle
"Thank you, Pat, for posting this here also. I was going to suggest that you do so. If anyone wishes to see the original posting and the comments, can you provide us with a link to your wordpress blog? Thanks."
12thMo 3, 2019
Patricia Dallmann posted a blog post

Some Observations on John's Second Epistle

For many deceivers have come forth into the world, who do not acknowledge the coming of Jesus Christ in the flesh; such is the deceiver and the antichrist. Look to yourselves, so as not to lose what we have done but receive your full reward. Whoever breaks forward and does not abide by the teaching of the Christ does not have God; the one who abides by his teaching has the Father and the Son. If anyone comes to you and does not bring this doctrine, do not take him into your house, and do not…See More
12thMo 3, 2019
Brenda Redshaw commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post On Redemption in John 11
"When l say we must have Christ crucified within, what l mean us, that we must come to a point where we 'put Him back on the cross' having committed the fault of the Ephesians who sought to serve in the flesh instead of going on in the…"
11thMo 16, 2019
Brenda Redshaw commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post On Redemption in John 11
"When l say we must have Christ crucified within, what l mean us, that we must come to a point where we 'put Him back on the cross' having committed the fault of the Ephesians who sought to serve in the flesh instead of going on in the…"
11thMo 16, 2019
Brenda Redshaw commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post On Redemption in John 11
11thMo 16, 2019
Brenda Redshaw commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post On Redemption in John 11
"Patricia, I have been finding the Lattimore translation to be very useful, and the version I have gives the verses quoted at the top of the page which makes it easier. I will be comparing it to my Tyndale versions. I had not known either that Mme…"
11thMo 16, 2019
Patricia Dallmann commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post On Redemption in John 11
"Thanks for recapitulating your comment, Brenda. I'm glad you found the essay worth further consideration. The Lattimore translation is useful, but I'd prefer it if the verses were numbered; it'd make locating material easier. I was…"
11thMo 14, 2019
Brenda Redshaw commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post On Redemption in John 11
"Patricia it was because l accidentally clicked on remove, and l was going to repost it later, so will just do so now. I said that l found a great deal to think about and l appreciated your post. I have also ordered Lattimores translation so thank…"
11thMo 13, 2019
Patricia Dallmann commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post On Redemption in John 11
"Thank you for your comment, Brenda. For some reason, I could read only the first few sentences; the rest did not show up. I'd like to read your entire comment, and since it's not showing up on this site, I ask that you re-post your comment…"
11thMo 13, 2019
Brenda Redshaw commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post On Redemption in John 11
"Patricia thank you for that. There is so much in it, l need to study it done more, but l wanted to let you know l have been inspired to purchase the Lattimore's translation.  I am very interested in what you said about blaming. Before l…"
11thMo 13, 2019
Patricia Dallmann posted a blog post

On Redemption in John 11

He who expects to arrive at . . . the union of the soul with God, by means of consolation and   comfort, will find himself mistaken. For, having sinned, we must expect to suffer, and be in some measure purified, before we can be in any degree fitted for a union with God, or permitted to taste the joy of his presence. Be ye patient, therefore, under all the sufferings which your Father is pleased to send you. If your love to him be pure, you will not seek him less in suffering than in…See More
11thMo 3, 2019

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Some Observations on Revelation 10:5-7

And the angel which I saw stand upon the sea and upon the earth lifted up his hand to heaven, And sware by him that liveth for ever and ever, who created heaven, and the things that therein are, and the earth, and the things that therein are, and the sea, and the things which are therein, that there should be time no longer: But in the days of the voice of the seventh angel, when he shall begin to sound, the mystery of God should be finished, as he hath declared to his servants…

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Posted on 3rdMo. 2, 2020 at 13:49

Some Observations on John's Second Epistle

For many deceivers have come forth into the world, who do not acknowledge the coming of Jesus Christ in the flesh; such is the deceiver and the antichrist. Look to yourselves, so as not to lose what we have done but receive your full reward. Whoever breaks forward and does not abide by the teaching of the Christ does not have God; the one who abides by his teaching has the Father and the Son. If anyone comes to you and does not bring this doctrine, do not take him into your…

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Posted on 12thMo. 3, 2019 at 14:00 — 4 Comments

On Redemption in John 11

He who expects to arrive at . . . the union of the soul with God, by means of consolation and   comfort, will find himself mistaken. For, having sinned, we must expect to suffer, and be in some measure purified, before we can be in any degree fitted for a union with God, or permitted to taste the joy of his presence. Be ye patient, therefore, under all the sufferings which your Father is pleased to send you. If your love to him be pure, you will not seek him less in suffering than in…

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Posted on 11thMo. 3, 2019 at 12:30 — 6 Comments

On Presumption and Belief in John 11

Of the 21 chapters in John’s Gospel, chapter 11 has been for decades the least interesting to me. It was its scattered quality that put me off: too many characters, most of them contributing only snippets; vignettes that seemed to go nowhere; dialogue that just didn’t connect or flow; inexplicable actions and reactions. Where was the throughline? I asked myself: the coherent theme that took shape with each succeeding verse.

As a narrative, this chapter seemed more like a script out of…

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Posted on 10thMo. 1, 2019 at 13:30

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At 12:31 on 9thMo. 21, 2010, Allistair Lomax said…
Hi Pat,
Glad you've signed up. If you can, please try out the site, and try adding some of your material. The site won't be going live for a while, so please feel to experiment, then let me know what you think
Allistair
At 18:42 on 3rdMo. 8, 2015, Earlon William (Bill) Carsley said…

It sounds like it might be well to wait for the 2015 publication to come out before purchasing.  I'll see what I can find out about it.  Thanks, Pat...

At 4:23 on 9thMo. 23, 2016, Henry Jason, Jr. said…

Thank you for the welcoming words. Perhaps this is the place to say a few words about myself.

I am a retired speech and language pathologist. I live in San Mateo, California. I was born and raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts and raised as a Roman Catholic. Some twenty five years ago I first learned of Quakerism through chance reading, and became especially interested in the principles and beliefs of early and traditional Friends. I also have an ongoing interest in early Christianity of the first three centuries since even before that time. I can read the Koine Greek of the New Testament. 

I have had an association with Ohio Conservative Quakers for some twenty  years. Two years ago I became an affiliate member of Middleton Friends Meeting in Columbiana, Ohio (Ohio Yearly Meeting (Conservative)). But living in San Mateo, California, I attend Palo Friends Meeting, a local liberal Friends meeting.

 I look forward to learning more about authentic traditional Quaker teachings and beliefs and participating on this New Foundation Fellowship website.

At 12:51 on 9thMo. 23, 2016, Patricia Dallmann said…

Thank you for introducing yourself, Henry. I hope you feel encouraged to join in our discussions and to post essays of your own. Please also feel free to comment on any of the earlier posts, if you wish. You've had a long-time interest in early Friends--as have many of us--and I look forward to your contributions. 

Some of us also have connections to Ohio YM (Conservative). Terry Wallace is a member there and has been active with NFF for decades, also Arthur Berk. I attended the yearly meeting in Barnesville a few times, and now and then have met with Keystone Fellowship here in Pennsylvania. Also, in 2001, I traveled in the ministry in France with Nancy Hawkins. Jack and Susan Smith have attended our gatherings often. So, there's been quite a bit of overlap.

Again, glad you found your way here!   

 

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