Keith Saylor's Blog – 9th mo. 2016 Archive (3)

Lay down all outward weapons of war ... physical and ideological.

Lay down outward ideological weapons as you lay laid down outward hardware of war. Stop ideological warfare nurtured in the nursery of the outward political, religious, social, and economic, powers and principles of this world.



Christ is come again into this world, inshining into our conscious and conscience. This inshining is an unwinding from a conscious anchored in and a conscience informed around the orbits of outward religious, political, social, and economic, ideological… Continue

Added by Keith Saylor on 9th mo. 25, 2016 at 11:19am — No Comments

Online Version of William Rogers 1680 text "The Christian Quaker..."

In 1680 Friend William Rogers published a book documenting why some founding Friends were not of the same conscience as George Fox (and those who followed him) concerning the institutionalization of the gathering of Friends by establishing a specific set of outward forms and practices.



The following links comprise the whole of Rogers' work in the form of a facsimile of the original text. This is not a modernized form of the text. It is a copy I have compiled of the 17th century…

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Added by Keith Saylor on 9th mo. 24, 2016 at 1:00am — 20 Comments

Every moment is worhip.

Every moment is worship.



The inshining Light is immanently present in all things throughout the day, even the most mundane. While I Preserve fruits and vegetables, I am in worship. While I spend time with other people I am in worship.



It occurs to me that I am always in worship. I do not go somewhere or someplace to worship. I do not set up special times or practices to facilitate worship. I am in worship wherever or in whatever place I happen to be.



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Added by Keith Saylor on 9th mo. 5, 2016 at 12:17am — No Comments

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