Sunday

Set 34


January 23–29, 2023
Set 34 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 73, 74 and the following paper from Part IV:

The Visit to Philadelphia

The Resurrection of Lazarus

167:6.1 That evening Jesus’ message regarding marriage and the blessedness of children spread all over Jericho, so that the next morning, long before Jesus and the apostles prepared to leave, even before breakfast time, scores of mothers came to where Jesus lodged, bringing their children in their arms and leading them by their hands, and desired that he bless the little ones. ... 
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Excerpt from Paper 167: section 6, paragraph 1

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Set 33

January - Set 33 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 70, 71, 72 and the following two papers from Part IV:

Paper 165
The Perean Mission Begins

Last Visit to Northern Perea

165:5.2 “Yes, Andrew, I will speak to you about these matters of wealth and self-support, but my words to you, the apostles, must be somewhat different from those spoken to the disciples and the multitude since you have forsaken everything, not only to follow me, but to be ordained as ambassadors of the kingdom.  ... 
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Excerpt from Paper 165: section 5, paragraph 2

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Set 32

Standard
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January - Set 32 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 68, 69 and the following two papers from Part IV:

Ordination of the Seventy at Magadan

Paper 164
At the Feast of Dedication

164:1.1  That evening a considerable company gathered about Jesus and the two apostles to ask questions, many of which the apostles answered, while others the Master discussed. In the course of the evening a certain lawyer, seeking to entangle Jesus in a compromising disputation, said: “Teacher, I would like to ask you just what I should do to inherit eternal life?” ... 
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Excerpt from Paper 164: section 1, paragraph 1

Set 31

Hofmann
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January - Set 31 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 66, 67 and the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 162
At the Feast of Tabernacles

162:8.2  For years it had been the custom for these three to drop everything and listen to Jesus’ teaching whenever he chanced to visit them. With the loss of their parents, Martha had assumed the responsibilities of the home life, and so on this occasion, while Lazarus and Mary sat at Jesus’ feet drinking in his refreshing teaching, Martha made ready to serve the evening meal. It should be explained that Martha was unnecessarily distracted by numerous needless tasks, and that she was cumbered by many trivial cares; that was her disposition.
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Excerpt from Paper 162: section 8, paragraph 2

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Monday

Set 30


January - Set 30 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Paper 65 and the following two papers from Part IV:

Paper 160
Rodan of Alexandria

Paper 161
Further Discussions with Rodan

160:0.1 On Sunday morning, September 18, Andrew announced that no work would be planned for the coming week. All of the apostles, except Nathaniel and Thomas, went home to visit their families or to sojourn with friends. This week Jesus enjoyed a period of almost complete rest, but Nathaniel and Thomas were very busy with their discussions with a certain Greek philosopher from Alexandria named Rodan. ... 
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Excerpt from Paper 160: introduction, paragraph 1

Sunday

Set 29

Providence
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December - 
Set 29 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 62, 63, 64 and the following paper from Part IV:

The Decapolis Tour

159:3.1 At Edrei, where Thomas and his associates labored, Jesus spent a day and a night and, in the course of the evening’s discussion, gave expression to the principles which should guide those who preach truth, and which should activate all who teach the gospel of the kingdom. ...
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Excerpt from Paper 159: section 3, paragraph 1

Set 28

Hole
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December - 
Set 28 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 57–61 and the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 158

The Mount of Transfiguration

158:1.8 When the three had been fast asleep for about half an hour, they were suddenly awakened by a near-by crackling sound, and much to their amazement and consternation, on looking about them, they beheld Jesus in intimate converse with two brilliant beings clothed in the habiliments of the light of the celestial world. And Jesus’ face and form shone with the luminosity of a heavenly light. ... 
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Excerpt from Paper 158: section 1, paragraph 8