Elise Hansard
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  • Roanoke, VA
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Elise Hansard liked Keith Saylor's profile
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Elise Hansard commented on Keith Saylor's blog post 'Living in the primary and sufficient government of the spirit of Christ and being drawn out of the process of reflective thought as primary authority over human relationships and interactions.'
"Sorry for only now coming to your posts, so only now able to tell you that your sense of things is my own, and to thank you for being faithful  to the Light within. "
10th month 17
Elise Hansard liked Keith Saylor's blog post Living in the primary and sufficient government of the spirit of Christ and being drawn out of the process of reflective thought as primary authority over human relationships and interactions.
10th month 17
Elise Hansard liked John N. (Jake) Ferris's blog post My 2019 book, "Benjamin Ferris -- A True Renaissance Man (Father of Delaware History, Quaker Leader, Architect and More)"
10th month 17
Elise Hansard commented on Keith Saylor's blog post 'In the Life itself the need for prophets and prophecies is fulfilled.'
"if we would return to the teachings of George Fox, we would know this. We are too often encouraged to action, not seeking the spirit and power from which such action should come. We have forgotten, if we ever knew, how to “stand still in the…"
10th month 17
Elise Hansard liked Keith Saylor's blog post To those who are come into the immanent presence of everlasting self-sustaining being of Christ in their conscience and consciousness.
10th month 17
Elise Hansard liked Keith Saylor's blog post In the Life itself the need for prophets and prophecies is fulfilled.
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I'm a member of Roanoke Friends Meeting, Roanoke, Virginia. Baltimore Yearly Meeting.

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