Stuart Greene
  • Lisbon, MD
  • United States
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About Me
Member: The one community
Sub-Member: Annapolis Friends Meeting in Annapolis, MD
Sojourning: Pataspsco Friends Meeting in Ellicott City, MD
Participate/Regular Visitor: Old Town Friends Fellowship at the Asquith St. Meeting House, Baltimore, MD
My intention is to be in my right place, learning the language of the Holy Spirit, being attentive to the work the Great Spirit has for me in the moment with attention to my 3 covenants with God and follow as best I can a call from the Holy Spirit 'to travel to friends meetings to heal them of their pain'.

My early religious experience was Presbyterian, then Christian Science from age 13 to 19 to no organized religion until I was about 39 when I was led to grow with the Quakers. Called to a public ministry in August 2005 at Sandy Spring (MD) FM where I was visiting and knew no one. Given by the Holy Spirit, witnessed by Mary Stevenson who offered me the pure love of Christ working through her to counsel and nurture me that day.

Stuart Greene's Blog

"Do you know God?" An Exerpt from Peace Pilgrim: Her Life and Work in Her Own Words

Posted on 3rd mo. 21, 2013 at 7:50pm 0 Comments

Do you know God? Do you know there is a power greater than ourselves which manifests itself within us as well as everywhere else in the universe? This I call God. Do you know what it is to know God, to have God's constant guidance, a constant awareness of God's presence? To know God is to reflect love toward all people and all creations. To know God is to feel peace within -- a calmness, a serenity, an unshakeableness which enables you to face any situation. To know God is to be so filled…

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“Calming the Rhetoric” - An Appeal for Healing

Posted on 1st mo. 13, 2012 at 4:49pm 1 Comment

I am carrying a concern for the need to “calm the rhetoric” of our current American culture and especially of our elected officials and candidates for election and I am wondering if there are others with an interest in this issue.  I hope so.  My concern is that the use of destructive and inflammatory language has become a behavioral habit for many of our County’s citizens and is so prevalent in local and national politics that our two major…

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Can God Change?

Posted on 7th mo. 31, 2011 at 6:00am 3 Comments

Fellow Seekers,

I have always been taught that God does not change but since I was little I found it unsettling that God's behavior as written in the Old Testament was different than what is written in the New Testament.  I asked questions about it but have never been satisfied by the answers.  Only recently have I started thinking about this again.  God is considered to be by believers (as I am), to be the source of life.  But what is life and how is it experienced by those of us who…

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Presence by God

Posted on 2nd mo. 3, 2011 at 10:23pm 1 Comment

If I were to truly live in the moment attentive, centered in the presence and obedient, other thoughts and images only clutter the landscape.

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At 9:53pm on 2nd mo. 1, 2011, Rosemary Gould said…

Hi Stuart! I look forward to reading your blog.

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At 8:03pm on 2nd mo. 1, 2011, Stuart Greene said…
Hi! Welcome all fellow Seekers. I sure don't know what I am doing starting a blog today except that I felt led to it. It is my intention to write only words that the Holy Spirit provides. This project seems difficult since I am not surrounded by a room full of friends in worship. But there are still the friends unseen that I am counting on. Welcome all!
 
 
 

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