James C Schultz
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The Loss of Awe - Part II

Started this discussion. Last reply by Forrest Curo 1st month 3, 2016. 8 Replies

The loss of AWE

Started this discussion. Last reply by James C Schultz 12th month 23, 2015. 16 Replies

God's will or mine

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James C Schultz replied to Scott Martin's discussion 'What is Quaker Worship: Spirit Possession, Meditation, Cognition or Imagination?' in the group Liberal Quakers
"Personally I approach it as expectant listening.  Similar to spring Turkey hunting. :)"
11 hours ago
James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
"I think I agree with Forest (never quite sure of that) though I also agree my use of the word true was not the best choice for even my position.  Personally I agree with Paul's position in 2Ti_3:16  "All scripture is given…"
11 hours ago
James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
"Somehow we got mixed signals.  My reference to "Exodus" was to the Leon Uris book based movie intending to show how important it is to some in the Jewish race to have their independence.  So far as the Biblical story goes you…"
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James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
"There's a lot to be said for the two path doctrine.  Jesus says in Rev 3:15  I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot. Rev 3:16  So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor…"
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James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
"The conciseness of the Bible never ceases to amaze me."
6th day (Fri)
James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
"You did start by suggesting we put ourselves into the scene to get a better feeling for it.  My viewpoint answers your question of how James and John could just leave the family business so quickly.  I would choose Exodus over Casablanca…"
6th day (Fri)
James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
"In the Gospel of Luke we read that Jesus had entered the house of Simon and healed his mother-in-law the chapter before he showed Simon, James and John how to catch fish.  We can be sure that Simon had told James and John, his partners, about…"
6th day (Fri)
James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
"Why do you think Jesus was a stranger to them?"
4th day (Wed)
James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'One good turn deserves another'
"Reminds me of my youth when Dad, just before he stripped a bolt, would say "just one more turn". :)"
4th day (Wed)
James C Schultz commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post 'The Cross in Quaker Faith'
"David:  How about we are all entitled to our own "pursuit" of the truth?"
4th month 18
James C Schultz commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post 'The Cross in Quaker Faith'
"Keith:  In my Pentacostal days we would preface that by saying: "Thus says the Lord".  Not understanding that some might have trouble receiving all that is said.  However, having said that you are in good company…"
4th month 16
James C Schultz commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post 'The Cross in Quaker Faith'
"Since we don't have a creed I guess we are all entitled to our understanding of what is true but as Forest points out sometimes we obtain individual life changing revelations by how a form of words get through to us.  I used to know a…"
4th month 15
James C Schultz commented on Patricia Dallmann's blog post 'The Cross in Quaker Faith'
"The traditional Quaker view of the cross limits the Power of God to those who experience the Risen Christ.  By his death Jesus ransomed all mankind not just those who experience Him as the Risen Christ or Light within.  God's…"
4th month 15
James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'If you can't beat them, join them'
"Underlying the Gospel message is that the wisdom of the World is folly which leads to the conclusion that who we consider winners aren't necessarily so.  As a Man of La Manch fan and admirer of the Cross I think that it isn't whether…"
4th month 13
James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'No man is an island'
"There's a balance to everything.  I agree we shouldn't judge people based on their state in life, however there are "toxic" relationships that an individual has to avoid.  These relationships vary with the…"
4th month 11
James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'No man is an island'
"I think Jesus proved that He is incorruptible.  Unfortunately I am not able to say that of myself so I will keep the verse in mind until I achieve incorruptibility which I understand will come eventually. :) 1Co 15:35  But some man will…"
4th month 10

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The Three R's of Unity: Part III - Responsibility

Posted on 3rd mo. 20, 2017 at 3:11pm 1 Comment

Once we form a relationship with the other members of our Body and learn to respect them for their individual abilities and spiritual walk we have to take RESPONSIBILITY for being true to our own spiritual walk.  We have to be open to hearing from the Spirit and following the Light wheresoever it may lead us.  We have the responsibility of trusting our relationship with God enough to let go of our personal fears, desires, plans and any cultural or family ties that stand in the way of…

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The Three R's of Unity: Part II - Respect

Posted on 3rd mo. 9, 2017 at 10:45pm 16 Comments

Many attempts at unity fail because they are based on tolerance instead of respect.  There are bound to be differences of opinion amongst a community of what that community is being called to do.  We can't expect someone to just accept our opinion and change theirs without divine intervention.  Furthermore it's not enough to just tolerate another's opinion.  Though we are often admonished to be tolerant of others who at not like us in one way or the other, it is my contention that tolerance…

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The Three R's of Unity: Part One - Relationships

Posted on 2nd mo. 25, 2017 at 9:33am 0 Comments

Back in the day if you learned the three R's of 'ritin, readin & 'rithmatic you had an education.  If you could read, write, add and subtract you could pretty much handle anything life would throw at you.  That was a much simpler time.  Now you might have to do that in more than one language.  Plus if you can't find your way around a computer don't expect to make much progress on the job.  Inventory?  Bookkeeping?  Sorry!  Adding and subtracting isn't going to do it.  My slide rule from…

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The Ghosts around the edges

Posted on 1st mo. 29, 2017 at 5:38pm 0 Comments

A friend of mine recorded this song that goes on about ghosts around the edges of the moon.  He does a very nice job.  On the surface it doesn't make much sense but the music and his voice touches the soul.  He's a very deep Christian who likes to mingle where the people are: subways, central park, occupy wall street gatherings and small cafes.  What comes out is sometimes hard to decipher and this song is certainly that but as I listened to it and reflected upon it the thought came to me…

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Common Sense

Posted on 1st mo. 17, 2017 at 2:04pm 3 Comments

One of my favorite sayings is "The only problem with common sense is that it's not common."  In the past I used to set aside a month to read the book of Proverbs.  The book has 31 chapters and I would read a chapter a day as part of my old testament reading.  There's a lot of common sense stuff in Proverbs and a lot of good advice as well that deserves meditation time.  When Jesus first became real and personal to me( or when I first experienced His reality) I decided to add a scripture…

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At 1:58pm on 10th mo. 31, 2015, Keith Saylor said…

Hello James, I just want to let you know that your thoughts about my" rantings" and my lack of "integrity" came to my email but did not post on the website. I appreciate your thoughts on my response to Micah's post. 

At 11:59am on 2nd mo. 3, 2015, Keith Saylor said…

Hi James, Early this morning received email with a statement from statement from you reading:

"I think you have to define Presence as you understand it before others can evaluate it."

However, I do not see it on the post itself. I just wanted to let you know I am willing to respond to your statement.

At 7:21pm on 8th mo. 25, 2013, Stephanie Stuckwisch said…

Hi James,

I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your posts.

Stephanie

At 2:52pm on 12th mo. 13, 2012, Lee Nichols said…

Hi Jim,  Nice to hear from you.  I am not sure what it means to be a friend on QuakerQuaker, but I am glad you are one

 
 
 

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Latest Activity

James C Schultz replied to Scott Martin's discussion 'What is Quaker Worship: Spirit Possession, Meditation, Cognition or Imagination?' in the group Liberal Quakers
"Personally I approach it as expectant listening.  Similar to spring Turkey hunting. :)"
11 hours ago
James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
"I think I agree with Forest (never quite sure of that) though I also agree my use of the word true…"
11 hours ago
Forrest Curo replied to Howard Brod's discussion 'Jesus in the Gospel of Thomas' in the group Liberal Quakers
"Infants most certainly do 'grasp'. Whether they "grasp together" anything I…"
14 hours ago
Cris Fugate replied to Scott Martin's discussion 'What is Quaker Worship: Spirit Possession, Meditation, Cognition or Imagination?' in the group Liberal Quakers
"Meditation is not about stopping your thoughts, just objective thoughts. That way you can directly…"
14 hours ago
Cris Fugate replied to Howard Brod's discussion 'Jesus in the Gospel of Thomas' in the group Liberal Quakers
"Infants do not comprehend things, they say "that that". This is similar to…"
14 hours ago
Cris Fugate replied to David McKay's discussion 'Instructions for right spelling'
"I didn't read it, but it can be found on Amazon. The full title is "Instructions for…"
15 hours ago
Forrest Curo commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
"I don't get the meaning of "a God." If we talk about "God as-is", then we…"
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David McKay commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
"Fair enough. But your word "true" is a little absolute for me in this instance. The…"
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