Tag Archives: Abiding in God’s Love and Power

We Work Through Prayer

For more than two and a half decades, I’ve held the intention of following God’s purpose–or will–for my life. And all of that time, I’ve struggled with a strong desire to do things my own way. When confronted with the … Continue reading

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Now Abiding in Divine Love and Power

As we grow in faith, we learn to look for God and rely on God in every circumstance; we learn to abide in divine love and power. Continue reading

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Abiding in God’s Love and Power

By walking the path of faithfulness, early Friends learned to abide in God’s great love and allow it to flow through them toward others. Continue reading

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