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Jesus is our Sabbath

We all need a refuge from stress and severe distraction; a retreat where we can withdraw for a time from life’s problems, so that when we return, they feel more manageable. This is God’s intent for the Sabbath.Rest, in the Old Covenant, meant a special day when people were supposed to pause in their outward work. But how do we pause in our duel with the stresses of daily life?The visitation of God, directly to the soul, in the person of Jesus Christ, is our Sabbath. The presence of Christ…See More
12thMo 12
Ellis Hein commented on Rebecca Hein's event 'International Telephone Conference Call: Reading & Discussing the 8-volume Works of George Fox'
"Yes, Allistair, the discussion group is still running. If you have someone interested in joining in, have them email me directly for details. The phone number given above IS NOT the conference number. The conference number depends on the country the…"
11thMo 4
Allistair Lomax commented on Rebecca Hein's event 'International Telephone Conference Call: Reading & Discussing the 8-volume Works of George Fox'
"Hi Ellis, I had someone enquire about this, this morning. Is the discussion group still running?"
11thMo 4
Rebecca Hein posted a blog post

Unity among Christians is possible

The early Quaker experience shows that unity is possible among those who are listening to Christ. George Fox, founder of the Quaker movement in seventeenth century England, saw that God speaks to all with one voice, and therefore does not contradict himself.When differing points of view on important matters emerged in a Quaker meeting, all present waited for God to show them who was right. Sometimes the task fell to one person to turn the whole group in the right direction, as when the Lord…See More
10thMo 27
Patricia Dallmann commented on Rebecca Hein's blog post Why Jesus recommends the Lord’s Prayer
"More than 20 years ago, our family was visiting friends in Maine, and when Sunday came, we went to a nearby Protestant church. It was a new experience for our children, then nine and seven years old. When the congregation stood and the minister led…"
8thMo 27
Rebecca Hein posted a blog post

Why Jesus recommends the Lord’s Prayer

Almost all Christians incorporate the reciting of the Lord’s Prayer into their worship services. After all, Jesus said, “This is how you should pray,” before speaking the words every believer knows so well. (Matt. 6: 9-13 NIV)However, the preceding passage in Matthew illustrates the reason the Lord’s Prayer is necessary: “[W]hen you pray, do not keep on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words.” (Matt. 6:7) This admonition goes to the root of a…See More
8thMo 22
Brenda Redshaw commented on Rebecca Hein's blog post The story of the rich young man
"I don't agree Rebecca that Jesus was making a rule appropriate to that time and culture, and that today, when money can be made legitimately, it is okay. The point was concerning that rich young man whose love for money was keeping him out of…"
3rdMo 15
Rebecca Hein posted a blog post

The story of the rich young man

There’s more to the New Testament story of the rich young man than the passage in Matthew 19:16-26 records. This additional information, when I recently learned it, explained many things to me and deepened my understanding of the episode.In brief the story is: A rich young man asks Jesus what he must do to inherit eternal life. After Jesus establishes that the young man has kept all the commandments, the man further inquires, “What do I still lack?”“Go,” replies Jesus, “sell your possessions…See More
3rdMo 10
Rebecca Hein posted a blog post

In Church You Are Safe from God

Church is supposed to be the place where Christians gather to learn from God and to draw closer to Him. However, too often church actually buffers the believer’s possible encounter with God.The crux of really knowing God is listening to Him. Therefore, it’s easy to see how a certain component of a church service is not listening: hymn-singing and group prayers, for example. However, when the sermon is given, the congregation listens. All present assume that the minister is inspired by…See More
1stMo 8

Rebecca Hein's Blog

Jesus is our Sabbath

We all need a refuge from stress and severe distraction; a retreat where we can withdraw for a time from life’s problems, so that when we return, they feel more manageable. This is God’s intent for the Sabbath.

Rest, in the Old Covenant, meant a special day when people were supposed to pause in their outward work. But how do we pause in our duel with the stresses of daily life?

The visitation of God, directly to the soul, in the person of Jesus Christ, is our…

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Posted on 12thMo. 12, 2018 at 13:40

Unity among Christians is possible

The early Quaker experience shows that unity is possible among those who are listening to Christ. George Fox, founder of the Quaker movement in seventeenth century England, saw that God speaks to all with one voice, and therefore does not contradict himself.

When differing points of view on important matters emerged in a Quaker meeting, all present waited for God to show them who was right. Sometimes the task fell to one person to turn the whole group in the right direction,…

Continue

Posted on 10thMo. 27, 2018 at 18:01

Why Jesus recommends the Lord’s Prayer

Almost all Christians incorporate the reciting of the Lord’s Prayer into their worship services. After all, Jesus said, “This is how you should pray,” before speaking the words every believer knows so well. (Matt. 6: 9-13 NIV)

However, the preceding passage in Matthew illustrates the reason the Lord’s Prayer is necessary: “[W]hen you pray, do not keep on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words.” (Matt. 6:7) This admonition goes to…

Continue

Posted on 8thMo. 22, 2018 at 23:00 — 1 Comment

The story of the rich young man

There’s more to the New Testament story of the rich young man than the passage in Matthew 19:16-26 records. This additional information, when I recently learned it, explained many things to me and deepened my understanding of the episode.

In brief the story is: A rich young man asks Jesus what he must do to inherit eternal life. After Jesus establishes that the young man has kept all the commandments, the man further inquires, “What do I still lack?”

“Go,”…

Continue

Posted on 3rdMo. 10, 2018 at 14:08 — 1 Comment

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