Seed Within Inward Teacher Christ the Light of the World Truth Love Compassion

The Measure of Thy True Worth

will set thee free.

The Seed Within . . . the Inward Teacher . . . Christ the Light who lights every soul that comes into the world
will show us our True Measure
.

He will show us how we best love ourselves

by seeing ourselves truly, without pride, without fear, without rancor,
with love, with hope, with patience, with compassion.
All these things thee must first accept as Gifts from God, then thee can express them as Virtues in the world.

God's Love and Compassion is Greater than we can fully Comprehend.

God will reward those who are able to be obedient to the Measure of the Truth that they are given. Do not be jealous for another's Measure. Do not settle for a false humility and do not abandon thy compassion for thyself. Instead, learn thy True Worth and the Right Nature of thy place in God's Heart and thy place in the world he has created.

God will move frightening and impenetrable emotional mountains, jungles and brambles in and around thy Hearts and bring to new life the smothered soul hidden therein.

Tools for Daily Guidance in the Truth and the Way
  1. The Fruit of the Spirit as Guiding Principle.
  2. The Greatest of these is Love.
  3. The Truth of God's Great and Worthy Actions in this world.
  4. God's Will Can be Known and we are Capable of Being Obedient.
  5. The Difficulties of Submission and Obedience.
  6. Giving Credit Where Credit is Due.
  7. Needful and Necessary.
  8. Our Moral Compass.

Seed Within Inward Teacher Christ the Light of the World Truth Love Compassion
Seed Within Inward Teacher Christ the Light of the World Truth Love Compassion
Seed Within Inward Teacher Christ the Light of the World Truth Love Compassion
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Epistle 169

"The Anchor Holds"

TO all the Elect, Chosen and Faithful, who . . . are the Gold tried in the Fire. Who have been tried by Goods spoiling, by Bonds, by Whippings, by Mockings and Reproaches . . . and some have been tried unto Death; and ye have proved to be the pure Gold, that hath come out brighter and brighter. Who have not feared the Waves of the Sea, nor the Winds; who fears not the Storms nor the Weather; whose Anchor holds, which is the Hope, the Mystery, which anchors the Soul which is Immortal, to the Immortal God. . . ...

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Quaker Jane Recommended Reading


Strength in Weakness, edited by Gil Skidmore

Lovely collection of the writings of a number of 18th Century Quaker women.