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  • Regeneration To Acknowledge The LORD

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 20 Aug, 2017

    Children's Talk Title - Ezekiel's Vision Of The Dry Bones 1st Lesson: Ezekiel 37: 1-10 2nd Lesson; Ezekiel 37: 11-14 3rd Lesson: Arcana Coelestia 3812: 1e, 2, 6 | By Lawson Smith, Kempton, PA

  • Repentance

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 20 Aug, 2017

    | By Michael Gladish, Mitchellville, MD

  • Retaliation, and Taking Risks to Give

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 13 Aug, 2017

    When people offend us or attack our intentions or motives, what should we do? Our tendency is to hit back, but He has a better way. And why did He say we should turn the other cheek? Did He mean it literally? | By Rt. Rev. Peter Martin Buss, Sr. , Westville, RSA

  • Jonah, Part 1 - Fleeing God

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 6 Aug, 2017

    Our disobedience to the Lord is a source of trouble in our life that endangers others, and the Lord can bring good out of it. We can recognize when we are fleeing the Lord and turn back to Him. | By Derrick Lumsden, Sarver, PA

  • Worshiping The Lord

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 30 Jul, 2017

    Part 4 of a 6 part series on spiritual disciplines. This week we look at the spiritual discipline of worship. | By Matthew Genzlinger, West Concord, MA

  • Process of New Life

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 23 Jul, 2017

    The Lord calls us into a spiritual process of becoming mature. This process is compared to the from of birth, from conception to adult maturity. This process is called being born again because we leave behind an old life and take on a new one. This process is described by the days of creation, but we cannot know in detail where we are while in this world. The whole process is something the Lord does, when we learn and live His truth. | By Derrick Lumsden, Sarver, PA

  • The Middling Goodness of Laban

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 23 Jul, 2017

    In the middle of the story of Jacob, he spends a significant amount of time in Haran with his uncle Laban. Was it a good thing or a bad thing that Jacob lived with Laban for so long? “Laban” symbolizes “mediate good” or “middling goodness” in the middle of our own spiritual journeys. He represents our mixed motivations; the times when we do good things for selfish reasons. Is that a good thing or a bad thing for us? | By Solomon J. Keal, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • The Call of Samuel - Hearing God's Voice

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 16 Jul, 2017

    In 1st Samuel chapter 3 the Lord called to Samuel, but neither Samuel nor Eli knew that it was the Lord calling at first. The Lord kept calling, and the 3rd time Eli understood, and the 4th time Samuel answered. What does this represent in our lives? How do we hear the Lord's voice in our hearts and minds? | By Solomon J. Keal, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • Pushing Over the Pillars of Self-Love

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 9 Jul, 2017

    This message shows that the two pillars of the temple of the Philistines that Samson pushed over at the end of his life, represent problematic things that a person's life might be based on that cannot stand up to the Lord and His teachings. Our life, instead, should be supported by the pillars of His message, which teaches us that we need faith and charity together in our hearts, minds and actions. | By Garry Walsh, Phoenix, AZ

  • Inviting the Poor, the Maimed, the Lame and Blind to Dinner

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 9 Jul, 2017

    "When you give a dinner or a supper, do not ask your friends, your brothers, your relatives, nor rich neighbors, lest they also invite you back, and you be repaid." (Luke 14:12). Taken literally, these words seem to say that much of our social life is not appropriate. New Church theology gives these words a different meaning. The emphasis is not that meals with family & friends are wrong, but rather that the good things that we do should not have our own reward as their goal. | By Eric Carswell, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

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