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God Speaks in Power

When we think of God's speaking to us, we often assume we will receive clear instructions, if not in words heard inwardly, then in a strong sense of what we should do. This certainly happens, yet there is another way God speaks to us and guides us: by power received according to the extent of our obedience.For example, years ago I was complaining to my husband that I couldn't control my bad moods. Thus, I lost patience and temper with our two young children and always felt guilty and ashamed…See More
5thMo 28
Rebecca Hein posted a blog post

His Sheep Know His Voice

"How do I know which voice to listen to?" is one of the most often-repeated questions when the Quaker practice of listening to Jesus Christ is discussed. "There are so many competing voices, both within and outside, that often it seems impossible to tell when God is speaking."Yet Lewis Benson has written of a voice that speaks to men and women with "absolute authority, in which they cannot disbelieve, and which evokes a response of humble unconditional obedience." [George Fox's Message is…See More
5thMo 3
Patricia Dallmann commented on Rebecca Hein's blog post We Are Not Stuck in Sin for Term of Life
"I think this is a tender, to-the-point look at the dynamic by which God works in us for good, even to become perfect - renewed up into his image, and righteousness and holiness. If we prefer light to darkness, we ascend to the truth…"
2ndMo 26
Rebecca Hein posted a blog post

We Are Not Stuck in Sin for Term of Life

Of all the Early Quaker tenets, the doctrine of moral perfection is perhaps the most misunderstood. When confronted with the idea that we can expect complete deliverance from sin in this life, we too often think, Oh no, God expects me never to make mistakes--how can I possibly achieve that? or Now He truly expects the impossible: how can I keep from losing my temper and screaming at my spouse and children in moments of extreme stress? or I can't stop coveting my neighbor's wife because she…See More
2ndMo 25
Rebecca Hein posted a blog post

The Early Quakers Knew the Truth

The focus of the Early Friends was on listening to God. This is why they held silent meetings. They knew that human activity, such as a programmed worship service, was not likely to be in response to a direct leading, received within after much waiting and prayer.The power of those first Friends' meetings raised up ministers and evangelists who traveled all over England and beyond to preach the good news that "Christ has come to teach his people himself." When this is rightly understood, people…See More
1stMo 5
Rebecca Hein is now a member of New Foundation Fellowship
11thMo 11, 2013

Rebecca Hein's Blog

God Speaks in Power

When we think of God's speaking to us, we often assume we will receive clear instructions, if not in words heard inwardly, then in a strong sense of what we should do. This certainly happens, yet there is another way God speaks to us and guides us: by power received according to the extent of our obedience.



For example, years ago I was complaining to my husband that I couldn't control my bad moods. Thus, I lost patience and temper with our two young children and always felt guilty…

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Posted on 5thMo. 28, 2014 at 2:00

His Sheep Know His Voice

"How do I know which voice to listen to?" is one of the most often-repeated questions when the Quaker practice of listening to Jesus Christ is discussed. "There are so many competing voices, both within and outside, that often it seems impossible to tell when God is speaking."



Yet Lewis Benson has written of a voice that speaks to men and women with "absolute authority, in which they cannot disbelieve, and which evokes a response of humble unconditional obedience." [George Fox's…

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Posted on 5thMo. 3, 2014 at 12:08

We Are Not Stuck in Sin for Term of Life

Of all the Early Quaker tenets, the doctrine of moral perfection is perhaps the most misunderstood. When confronted with the idea that we can expect complete deliverance from sin in this life, we too often think, Oh no, God expects me never to make mistakes--how can I possibly achieve that? or Now He truly expects the impossible: how can I keep from losing my temper and screaming at my spouse and children in moments of extreme stress? or I can't stop coveting my neighbor's wife…

Continue

Posted on 2ndMo. 25, 2014 at 17:09 — 1 Comment

The Early Quakers Knew the Truth

The focus of the Early Friends was on listening to God. This is why they held silent meetings. They knew that human activity, such as a programmed worship service, was not likely to be in response to a direct leading, received within after much waiting and prayer.…

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Posted on 1stMo. 5, 2014 at 22:54

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