Quaker Culture: Spoken to Our Condition



Long experience shows that out of ... a living silence there may come precious openings of truth and words may be spoken to the condition of those present. When the spoken ministry is exercised under the leading of the divine Spirit, and not under the stress of a fixed engagement, it is felt that it is truly a response to a community need, and the spiritual level of the meeting is lifted to a higher plane.

          – William Wistar Comfort (1945)


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