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Set 12

August 25–31, 2014

Set 12  of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book 
contains Papers 23–25 as well as the following two papers from Part IV:

Paper 135
John the Baptist

Baptism and the Forty Days

During this isolation in the Perean hills he determined upon the policy to be pursued and the methods to be employed in the new and changed phase of earth life which he was about to inaugurate. (136:3.2)

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Set 11

August 18–24, 2014

Set 11 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 20–22 as well as the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 134
The Transition Years

After spending some time in the vicinity of Caesarea-Philippi, Jesus made ready his supplies, and securing a beast of burden and a lad named Tiglath, he proceeded along the Damascus road to a village sometime known as Beit Jenn in the foothills of Mount Hermon. Here, near the middle of August, A.D. 25, he established his headquarters, and leaving his supplies in the custody of Tiglath, he ascended the lonely slopes of the mountain. (134:8.1)

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Set 10

August 11–17, 2014

Set 10 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 18–19 as well as the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 133
The Return from Rome

There is unity in the cosmic universe if you could only discern its workings in actuality. The real universe is friendly to every child of the eternal God. (133:5.8)


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Set 9

August 4–10, 2014

Set 9 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 16–17 as well as the following two papers from Part IV:

Paper 131
The World's Religions

Paper 132
The Sojourn at Rome

To a Roman soldier, as they walked along the Tiber, he said: "Be brave of heart as well as of hand. Dare to do justice and be big enough to show mercy. Compel your lower nature to obey your higher nature as you obey your superiors. Revere goodness and exalt truth. Choose the beautiful in place of the ugly. Love your fellows and reach out for God with a whole heart, for God is your Father in heaven." (132:4.6)

Set 8

July 28–August 3, 2014

Set 8 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 13–15 as well as the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 130
On the Way to Rome

The travelers were truly rested and refreshed when they made ready about noon one day to sail for Carthage in northern Africa, stopping for two days at Cyrene. It was here that Jesus and Ganid gave first aid to a lad named Rufus, who had been injured by the breakdown of a loaded oxcart. They carried him home to his mother, and his father, Simon, little dreamed that the man whose cross he subsequently bore by the orders of a Roman soldier was the stranger who once befriended his son. (130:6.6)

Set 7

July 21–27, 2014

Set 7 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 11–12 as well as the following two papers from Part IV:

Paper 128
Jesus' Early Manhood

Paper 129
The Later Adult Life of Jesus

Jesus conducted the services in this new synagogue more than half the time this year, and some of the caravan people who chanced to attend remembered him as the carpenter from Nazareth. (129:1.7)

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Set 6

July 14–20, 2014

Set 6 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Paper 10 as well as the following two papers from Part IV:

Paper 126
The Two Crucial Years

The Adolescent Years

This summer he made frequent trips to the top of the hill to the northwest of Nazareth for prayer and meditation. He was gradually becoming more self-conscious of the nature of his bestowal on earth. (126:1.1)