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Set 34

January 26–February 1, 2015

Set 34 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 73-74 as well as the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 170
The Kingdom of Heaven

At different times and in varying circumstances it appears that Jesus may have presented numerous concepts of the "kingdom" in his public teachings, but to his apostles he always taught the kingdom as embracing man's personal experience in relation to his fellows on earth and to the Father in heaven. Concerning the kingdom, his last word always was, "The kingdom is within you." (170:1.13)

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Set 33

January 19–25, 2015

Set 33 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 70–72 as well as the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 169
Last Teaching at Pella

Many, many times during his years of teaching, Jesus told and retold this story of the prodigal son. This parable and the story of the good Samaritan were his favorite means of teaching the love of the Father and the neighborliness of man. (169:1.16)

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Set 32

January 12–18, 2015

Set 32 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 68–69 as well as the following two papers from Part IV:

Paper 167
The Visit to Philadelphia

Paper 168
The Resurrection of Lazarus

And when the Master had spoken to his apostles, he received all of the children, laying his hands on them, while he spoke words of courage and hope to their mothers. (167:6.2)

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Set 31

January 5–11, 2015

Set 31 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 66–67 as well as the following two papers from Part IV:

Paper 165
The Perean Mission Begins

Paper 166
Last Visit to Northern Perea

The next day Jesus went with the twelve over to Amathus, near the border of Samaria, and as they approached the city, they encountered a group of ten lepers who sojourned near this place. (166:2.1)

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Set 30

December 29, 2014—January 4, 2015

Set 30 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Paper 65 as well as the following three papers from Part IV:

Paper 162
At the Feast of Tabernacles
Paper 163
Ordination of the Seventy at Magadan
Paper 164
At the Feast of Dedication

When Matadormus heard this, his countenance fell. He arose and went away sorrowful, for he had great possessions. This wealthy young Pharisee had been raised to believe that wealth was the token of God's favor. Jesus knew that he was not free from the love of himself and his riches. The Master wanted to deliver him from the love of wealth, not necessarily from the wealth. While the disciples of Jesus did not part with all their worldly goods, the apostles and the seventy did. Matadormus desired to be one of the seventy new messengers, and that was the reason for Jesus' requiring him to part with all of his temporal possessions. (163:2.6)

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Set 29

December 21–27, 2015

Set 29 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 62–64 as well as the following two papers from Part IV:

Paper 160
Rodan of Alexandria

Paper 161
Further Discussions with Rodan

My philosophy gave me the urge to search for the realities of true attainment, the goal of maturity. But my urge was impotent; my search lacked driving power; my quest suffered from the absence of certainty of directionization. And these deficiencies have been abundantly supplied by this new gospel of Jesus, with its enhancements of insights, elevation of ideals, and settledness of goals. Without doubts and misgivings I can now wholeheartedly enter upon the eternal venture. (160:1.15)

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Set 28

December 14–20, 2015

Set 28 of the Double Track Annual Reading of The Urantia Book contains Papers 57–61 as well as the following paper from Part IV:

Paper 159
The Decapolis Tour

"If a kindhearted man has a hundred sheep and one of them goes astray, does he not immediately leave the ninety and nine and go out in search of the one that has gone astray? And if he is a good shepherd, will he not keep up his quest for the lost sheep until he finds it?" (159:1.2)

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