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God asked Ezekiel, "Can these bones live?"
I read the writings of the early Friends and asked God, "Can't these old bones live?"
Ezekiel's valley filled with living beings.
God told me, "Not their bones, but yours must live today."
God told Ezekiel, "The people shall know I am God when they are brought forth from their grave."
"The day is coming and now is," said Jesus, "when the dead shall hear the voice of the Son. And those who will hear shall come forth from their grave."
This blog, then, is an invitation to hear.
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Where the teaching of Christendom, in general, has placed salvation in Jesus’ crucifixion, the book of John points to a living relationship of hearing and following the voice of Jesus today as the source of life and salvation. Continue reading
“So now Christ is come, and you that are called christians will confess him; but how does he exercise his offices in you, or amongst you?” (George Fox)
In this post, I discuss the role of Christ as shepherd in bringing life to the sheep. Continue reading
The man born blind followed Jesus’ instruction, received his sight, and believed. The Jewish authorities investigated the miracle. It was confirmed before them by at least two witnesses, the legal requirement, they would not believe. What was the difference? Continue reading
Is it enough to believe in Jesus as many preachers proclaim? Jesus says, “No,” and calls us to abide in his teaching. Chapters seven and eight outline what that means and details the benefits. This is the subject of part six of my series on Through the Lens of Passover. Continue reading
This post first appeared on the New Foundation Fellowship website. I keep coming back to Moses, so much started there. God had established his covenant with Abraham, renewed it through Isaac and Jacob (or Israel). The descendants of Israel, slaves … Continue reading
If I could stand before you and speak of the things of God, what should I tell you? What would be on my heart, as it is upon my mind now, is this one question: “Why are you here?” There … Continue reading