Sunday

Set 48

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May 3–9, 2021
Set 48 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 107, 108, 109 and the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 192
Appearances in Galilee

192:1.2 After the apostles had spent the afternoon and early evening of Thursday in waiting at the Zebedee home, Simon Peter suggested that they go fishing. When Peter proposed the fishing trip, all of the apostles decided to go along. All night they toiled with the nets but caught no fish. They did not much mind the failure to make a catch, for they had many interesting experiences to talk over, things which had so recently happened to them at Jerusalem. But when daylight came, they decided to return to Bethsaida. As they neared the shore, they saw someone on the beach, near the boat landing, standing by a fire. ... Read more
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Excerpt from Paper 192: section 1, paragraph 2

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Set 47

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May - Set 47 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 104, 105, 106 and the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 191
Appearances to the Apostles and other Leaders

191:5.3 “Peace be upon you. For a full week have I tarried that I might appear again when you were all present to hear once more the commission to go into all the world and preach this gospel of the kingdom. Again I tell you: As the Father sent me into the world, so send I you. As I have revealed the Father, so shall you reveal the divine love, not merely with words, but in your daily living. ... Read more
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Excerpt from Paper 191: section 5, paragraph 3

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Set 46


April - Set 46 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 101, 102, 103, and the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 190
Morontia Appearances of Jesus

190:5.2 On this Sunday afternoon, about three miles out of Jerusalem and a few minutes before five o’clock, as these two brothers trudged along the road to Emmaus, they talked in great earnestness about Jesus, his teachings, work, and more especially concerning the rumors that his tomb was empty, and that certain of the women had talked with him. ... Read more
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Excerpt from Paper 190: section 5, paragraph 2

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Set 45

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April - Set 45 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 99, 100, and the following paper from Part IV:

The Resurrection

189:4.6 They were greatly surprised to see the stone rolled away from the entrance to the tomb, inasmuch as they had said among themselves on the way out, “Who will help us roll away the stone?” They set down their burdens and began to look upon one another in fear and with great amazement. While they stood there, atremble with fear, Mary Magdalene ventured around the smaller stone and dared to enter the open sepulchre. ... Read more
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Excerpt from Paper 189: section 4, paragraph 6

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Saturday

Set 44

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April - Set 44 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 96, 97, 98 and the following paper from Part IV:

The Time of the Tomb

188:0.3 In the meantime, Joseph of Arimathea, accompanied by Nicodemus, had gone to Pilate and asked that the body of Jesus be turned over to them for proper burial. It was not uncommon for friends of crucified persons to offer bribes to the Roman authorities for the privilege of gaining possession of such bodies. Joseph went before Pilate with a large sum of money, in case it became necessary to pay for permission to remove Jesus’ body to a private burial tomb. But Pilate would not take money for this. When he heard the request, he quickly signed the order which authorized Joseph to proceed to Golgotha and take immediate and full possession of the Master’s body. ... Read more
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Excerpt from Paper 188: introduction, paragraph 3

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Sunday

Set 43

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April - Set 43 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains the following five papers from Part IV:

Paper 183
The Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus

Paper 184
Before the Sanhedrin Court

Paper 185
The Trial Before Pilate

Paper 186
Just Before the Crucifixion

Paper 187
The Crucifixion

184:3.1 It was about half past three o’clock this Friday morning when the chief priest, Caiaphas, called the Sanhedrist court of inquiry to order and asked that Jesus be brought before them for his formal trial. On three previous occasions the Sanhedrin, by a large majority vote, had decreed the death of Jesus, had decided that he was worthy of death on informal charges of lawbreaking, blasphemy, and flouting the traditions of the fathers of Israel. ... Read more
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Excerpt from Paper 184: section3, paragraph 1

Set 42

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March - Set 42 of thDouble Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 93, 94, 95 and the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 182
In Gethsemane

182:3.1 After all was still and quiet about the camp, Jesus, taking Peter, James, and John, went a short way up a near-by ravine where he had often before gone to pray and commune. The three apostles could not help recognizing that he was grievously oppressed; never before had they observed their Master to be so heavy-laden and sorrowful. ... Read more
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Excerpt from Paper 182: section 3, paragraph 1

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