Archive for October 19th, 2014

Modernity is in grave danger of having:

Wesleyan Methodists who are not methodical,

Quakers who no longer quake,

Pilgrim Holiness who are not on the journey,

Bible Methodists who are not Biblical and

God’s Missionaries who lack a vision for the church’s mission.  

– eab, 11/12/07

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You may not like the Narrow Way,

It may not suite your “taste.”

But if heaven is your real goal

Take the Narrow Way – with haste.

– eab, 10/16/12

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John Woolman, probably America’s best known Quaker, was born 10/19/1720 at Roncocas, NJ.  He lived a simple life, ran a shop using part of its proceeds to support his views. He traveled widely (for his day – a good bit on foot) lecturing on the rights of the Negro (was also concerned for the Indian).  His Journal (kept 1756-1772) is a masterpiece of unadorned prose included in older Literature texts.  That Journal and his life influencing 19th century abolitionists. 


…the standard of pure righteousness is not lifted up to the people by us, as a society, in that clearness which it might have been… 


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