Reproclaiming the Everlasting Gospel
Jesus Christ was our first love. We were true believers then, not proud, but filled with joy and excitement of who the Lord Jesus was and the mystery of his words.
In the days of our childhood, we loved Jesus, though the excitement of Santa Claus played the center part of that mystery. Jesus was distant and beautiful like the stars. He was a baby and we knew little of him. Even so, we knew there was something precious in the swaddling clothes.
Why do mysteries die out when…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 12thMo. 21, 2019 at 20:03 — No Comments
I will extol thee, my God, O king; and I will bless thy name for ever and ever.
Everyday will I bless thee; and I will praise thy name fore ever and ever.
Great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised; and his greatness is unsearchable.
One generation shall praise thy works to another, and shall declare thy mighty acts.
I will speak of the glorious honour of thy majesty, and of thy wondrous works.
And men shall speak of the might of thy terrible acts: and I…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 1stMo. 7, 2018 at 20:14 — No Comments
There is no need to debate Scripture. It is vain to do so. All is done. It’s our time to preach the Gospel.
Reasoning from the Scriptures is why reading them aright is essential. To read them aright requires coming to the Spirit of God in you. (Jack Cuozzo and George Fox)
We all start out living to our will. But when we claim to be Christian through Christ’s salvation, we have sighed up to be His soldier. As a soldier and He our Captain, we are to do His will,…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 10thMo. 7, 2017 at 17:09 — 1 Comment
When we listen to this world--man's voice--we are out of the power. Jesus, the Gospel, is the power; the strong right hand of God.
Tailoring Quaker religion to the culture (world) is to alter it--change it, make it different. So, it is no longer that which you inherited; it's not an inheritance at all; it's a bill of goods (fraud).
Quakers (churches everywhere) are conforming to the world. …Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 8thMo. 12, 2017 at 15:45 — No Comments
God's ordained worship in spirit and truth means to praise, glorify, adore, thank, revere, love Him.
Meditation is to contemplate God.
In order to worship God one must know Him.
If we substitute meditation for worship, we're saying we don't know God.
The Question is, why don't we know God?
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 7thMo. 26, 2017 at 16:33 — No Comments
I wonder if heaven is like this: everyone plays games and no one cheats. No one even thinks about cheating. Cheating doesn’t exist.
And there are championship games but there are no prostitutes involved, no human trafficking; no sexual perversions at all. These ideas don’t exist in anyone’s mind.
There’s no anger over anything. No one has to be reminded not to be angry or reminded to be kind because anger and unkindness don’t exist in the hearts and minds of those who live in…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 5thMo. 12, 2017 at 17:44 — No Comments
Prior to attending Norristown Meeting I sat for preparation for meeting for worship. Starting with the brief prayer that my reading be profitable to worship that morning, I found myself unable to give way and instead waited. Here's why: the Lord opened to me my anger. In that moment of opening, He gave me words. This blog are the words.
Many who self-identify as Quaker are unaware that Quakers are Christian; so when a Quaker comes in the midst of them and speaks the things of…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 4thMo. 6, 2017 at 15:31 — 6 Comments
I was thinking in worship how i've wanted to to be freed from the constraints of the dictates from other sources. and thinking, envisioning in my mind going outward to some place, some lonely place to be freed from the constraints, the dictates and the lord let me see that it's not outward, the freedom is not outward and the freedom is not inward. the freedom is in him. And when the…
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 3rdMo. 16, 2017 at 15:10 — No Comments
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Yesterday I wrote in my notebook this question: Can you imagine living in a place where there is no deception? I answered: That place would be God's Kingdom. I thought of it because in my brief, silent settling prior to worship, I saw this world as the deception it is. How did I surmise it's deception? Because of the worshiping of all its attributes.
This morning the Lord blazed my mind with His Spirit and opened to me that the deception is beliving this world is substance. The reason…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 3rdMo. 3, 2017 at 17:59 — No Comments
You can tell someone something
or they can tell you.
And what is told is true and good.
But You only, LORD, can give the substance to true and good.
You breathe its life into us
that we might see and know;
know in a way only you can impart.
The world is full of wisdom
that grinds night to night;
its lite of little stature;
its mouth of little heed.
But to tell the truth of it to another,
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 1stMo. 21, 2017 at 1:40 — No Comments
8th day, 1st month, 2017
Autobiography of George Fox, location 1303
"As we travelled we came near a very great hill, called Pendle Hill, and I was moved of the Lord to go up to the top of it; which I did with difficulty, it was so very steep and high. When I was come to the top, I saw the sea bordering upon Lancashire. From the top of this hill the Lord let me see in what places he had a great people to be gathered."
And gather them he did. And those people gathered are…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 1stMo. 9, 2017 at 16:02 — 2 Comments
Blessed is the Lord.
Today in Red Cedar Friends Meeting I, for the first time, saw, heard, experienced the Lord working in his people. This morning was an answer to my prayers. This morning he sent me an angel I had asked for. The angel came in the beautiful voice of a woman who began a hymn and, after the first stanza, was joined by the young woman sitting in front of her.
I heard the voices of Friends who witnessed pain, one physical, one emotional; the latter most…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 11thMo. 20, 2016 at 22:14 — No Comments
I give what the Lord gives to me. Yesterday and the day before were restless, gray days for me. Two things veiled my spirit: worry about my country and an unsettled sparring match with a Meeting surrogate. As the day turned to evening these two worrisome issues prompted an internal dialog. I went over what was troubling me and presented the situations clearly. I'll tell this to the Lord, I thought. It would be redundant; he already knew but I vocalized anyway, though not as clearly. I prayed…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 10thMo. 18, 2016 at 20:30 — No Comments
Having faith doesn't mean believing in superstition. That thinking belongs to the ignorant and the atheists. Faith is not believing at all, really, but trusting--trusting in the Captain, Pilot, or Driver you've come to know over the many months or years you've traveled with him.
I had been thinking a lot about faith before I took a walk the first morning of a many days trip. My location at the time was a suburb of Chicago but my thoughts that morning were out west. I had traveled to…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 10thMo. 2, 2016 at 3:17 — No Comments
I finally understand what two-edged sword means because I experienced it in action this morning. I stood up in meeting and spoke about George Fox. I related how he would send notice before entering a town or city inviting anyone who feared the Lord to come to meeting. People would come and he would speak truth to them,…
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 6thMo. 23, 2016 at 18:20 — No Comments
George Fox can write some of the most startling, beautiful, cogent phrases, verses, and passages. Just this morning and yesterday I encountered three things he wrote that I thought profound.
This first one is from Some Principles of the Elect People of God Who in Scorn are called Quakers, which I saw at the Quaker Heritage Press (qhpress.org). The sentence is from VI. Concerning the Cross. "and in that Power of God the…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 6thMo. 18, 2016 at 16:54 — 1 Comment
I've read that line many times and heard it often on a cassette recording I had from Portland, Maine Monthly Meeting. Intellectually I understood its import, but not its essence, as was shown to me this day in worship. I think the disclosure started in yesterday's Meeting…
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 6thMo. 11, 2016 at 16:19 — No Comments
This the Lord opened to me this morning in worship. We have famine when we fear He will not provide for us. If we had faith; if we trusted what our Lord says, no one would know famine or want of any kind. Yet Jesus said the poor will always be with us.
If our faith is weak we wander in the wilderness like the Israelites (Num 14: 20-25), not trusting God will provide, yet all the while accessing all that he provides for us.
Perhaps in restlessness and unbelief, we take matters…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 6thMo. 3, 2016 at 19:03 — 2 Comments
Oh, my goodness--and He is my Goodness--I was just going to write in my notebook for later development this recognition: everything thing I know and understand comes from God. My intelligence is no greater now than it was x number of years ago, but my spiritual growth these last two, three years has been phenomenal. Still, prior to this growth, whatever it was I realized or whatever great thought I had came from God, but I was arrogant enough to believe I had some special insight or…Continue
Added by Rhonda Fuller on 5thMo. 10, 2016 at 12:47 — 1 Comment
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