Jesus said, “You are my friends, if you do whatever I command you." (John 15:14)

 

 

 

You Might Be A Quaker If...

You think listening is at least as important as talking.

You think justice means more than just locking up criminals.

You are more interested in being like Christ than in being like most Christians.

You want to read the Bible but you don’t want to be beaten with it.

You think the contents of a person’s heart is more important than the contents of their house.

You are more worried about the Hell that people live in here and now than any Hell they might occupy after death.

You think war makes more problems than it solves.

You suspect than nobody was ever saved by a ritual.

You think mandatory creeds and dogma fit like a strait-jacket.

You think the best ministers are often found sitting in the pews.

You think investing great leaders with great power is dangerous.

You think equality is not so much a goal to be sought, but a fact that is often ignored.

You think honesty is not just the best policy, but that it ought to be the only policy.

You think that church business should not look like “business as usual”.

You think that good relationships are more important than good arguments

 

 

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