Sunday

Set 46

James Tissot
Set 46
April 21–27, 2014

Set 46 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 101–103 as well as the following paper from Part IV:

Morontia Appearances of Jesus

At Emmaus, about seven miles west of Jerusalem, there lived two brothers, shepherds, who had spent the Passover week in Jerusalem attending upon the sacrifices, ceremonials, and feasts. Cleopas, the elder, was a partial believer in Jesus; at least he had been cast out of the synagogue. His brother, Jacob, was not a believer, although he was much intrigued by what he had heard about the Master's teachings and works. (190:5.1)

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Set 45

Eugene Burnand
Set 45
April 14–20, 2014

Set 45 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 99–100 as well as the following paper from Part IV:

The Resurrection

As the two apostles raced for Golgotha and the tomb of Joseph, Peter's thoughts alternated between fear and hope; he feared to meet the Master, but his hope was aroused by the story that Jesus had sent special word to him. (189:5.1)

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Set 44

William Hole
Set 44
April 7–13, 2014

Set 44 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 96–98 as well as the following paper from Part IV:

The Time in the Tomb

The body was wrapped in a linen sheet as the four men carried it, followed by the faithful women watchers from Galilee. The mortals who bore the material body of Jesus to the tomb were: Joseph, Nicodemus, John, and the Roman centurion. (188:1.3)

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Set 43

William Hole
Set 43
March 31–April 6, 2014

Set 43 of the Double 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

Jesus appeared before this court clothed in his usual garments and with his hands bound together behind his back. The entire court was startled and somewhat confused by his majestic appearance. Never had they gazed upon such a prisoner nor witnessed such composure in a man on trial for his life. (184:3.5)

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Set 42

Harold Copping
Set 42
March 24–30, 2014

Set 42 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 93–95 as well as the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 182
In Gethsemane

He was at last convinced that the Father intended to allow natural events to take their course; he was fully determined to employ none of his sovereign power as the supreme head of a universe to save himself. (182:3.7)

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Set 41

James Tissot
Set 41
March 17–23, 2014

Set 41 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 91–92 as well as the following two papers from Part IV:

Paper 180
The Farewell Discourse

Paper 181
Final Admonitions and Warnings

"You have not merely chosen me, but I have also chosen you, and I have ordained you to go forth into the world to yield the fruit of loving service to your fellows even as I have lived among you and revealed the Father to you." (180:1.4)

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Set 40

William Hole
Set 40
March 10–16, 2014

Set 40 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 88–90 as well as the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 179
The Last Supper

Since the apostles knew that their Master never observed these rites of ceremonial hand washing, they were very curious to know what he intended to do when, after they had partaken of this first cup, he arose from the table and silently made his way over to near the door, where the water pitchers, basins, and towels had been placed. (179:3.1)

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