A Bibliomantic Tale VIII…

The Silent Eye


Pennant Valley


A slight change to the Sunday Morning plans means that there are two readings for one location this time.



Pages Two-One-One and Two-One-Two

No 4 (Light)

‘The profoundest disclosure in the religious experience is the awareness that the individual is not alone. What he discovers as being true and valid for himself must at last be a universal experience or else it ultimately loses all of its personal significance. His experience is personal, private, but in no sense exclusive. All of the vision of God and holiness which he experiences, he must achieve in the context of the social situation by which his day-by-day life is defined. What is disclosed in this religious experience, he must define in his community.’

– Howard Thurman



No 5 (Dark)

‘Jesus rests his case for the ultimate significance of his life on the love ethic. Love…

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