How do a trinity of gas molecules, two of hydrogen and one of oxygen, under the correct condition become a new substance? The same way that an elder and overseer, along with a prophetic minister, in spiritual righteousness form the life-sustaining Quaker Meeting?!

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How comes there to be an  elder, an  overseer, a prophetic minister? When each has thirsted for righteousness, tasted the water of life, and gathered at the river.

Giant-like, the spiritual fruit of American Quakerism is harvested unripe, and at a greater cost to each.

Gather to me in all things. I am elder, overseer, and prophet. I am the substance; the thing itself. I am Meeting. I am ripening. In me, the condition is met.

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