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  • How Do Angels View the Generation of Jesus Christ?

    Worship Service: Adult (full service with music) - 25 Dec, 2011

    4 lessons & Christmas sermon | By Kenneth Alden, Boynton Beach, FL

  • Guided By Angels

    Worship Service: Children & Adult - 24 Dec, 2011

    3 lessons & Christmas Eve family address | By Kenneth Alden, Boynton Beach, FL

  • Angels Prepared The Way of The Lord

    Worship Service: Childrens Talk & Adult Sermon - 11 Dec, 2011

    3 lessons, children's talk & sermon | By Kenneth Alden, Boynton Beach, FL

  • Christmas Angels Part 2: Mary

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 4 Dec, 2011

    | By Glenn (Mac) Frazier, Austin, TX

  • Christmas Angels Part 1: Zacharias

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 27 Nov, 2011

    | By Glenn (Mac) Frazier, Austin, TX

  • Language of Angels

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 1 May, 2011

    This service focuses on how the Lord gives His spirit to those who follow Him. Our goal is to transcend misunderstandings and learn to speak with each other from love. | By John Odhner, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • I Have Many Things To Say To You...

    Worship Service: Children & Adult - 30 Jan, 2011

    The Lord communicates with us on all levels. | By Thomas Rose, Ivyland New Church, PA

  • Fortune

    Worship Service: Children & Adult - 9 Jan, 2011

    [T]he Lord governs all things, even the most specific, through the truth that goes forth from Himself, not in the way a king governs in the world, but in the way God does so in heaven and over all creation. A king in the world takes only overall care of a country, while his chief ministers and officials take care of matters in particular. It is otherwise with God. God sees all things, knows all things from eternity, provides all things into eternity, and from Himself maintains all things in their order; from which it is clear that the Lord takes not only overall care but also particular and individual care of all things, unlike a king in the world. His regulation of things is achieved directly by means of God's truth that is going forth from Himself and also indirectly by means of heaven. Yet the indirect regulation by means of heaven is also tantamount to direct regulation by Him; for what comes from heaven comes by way of heaven from Him. This the angels in heaven not merely know to be so; they also perceive it within themselves. Arcana Coelestia 8717:2 | By Andrew M.T. Dibb, Ivyland New Church, PA

  • The Joy of the Angels at the Lord's Birth

    Worship Service: Adult (full service with music) - 12 Dec, 2010

    The Rev. Jeremy Simons also on the chancel. Why were the angels so joyful? They did not need the Lord's birth for their salvation. What did the birth of the Lord on earth mean to them? | By Eric Carswell, Bryn Athyn Cathedral

  • Forgiveness

    Worship Service: Children & Adult - 14 Nov, 2010

    Being loving, even in the presence of evil Luke 6:27-36; Arcana Coelestia 1079, 986 Peter said unto Jesus, Lord, how often shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? Until seven times? Jesus said to him,"I say not until seven times, but until seventy times seven." (Matt. 18:21, 22) When anything most holy or sacred was to be expressed [in the Word], it was said "seventy-sevenfold" as when the Lord said that a man should forgive his brother not until seven times, but until seventy times seven (Matt. 18:22), by which is meant that they should forgive as many times as he sins, so that the forgiving should be without end, or should be eternal, which is holy. (AC 433) Those who are true members of the Church are so far removed from guile that they utterly abhor it; and those among them who are like angels are willing, if at all possible, to have their minds laid open so that anyone may see plainly what they are thinking. For they intend nothing but good towards their neighbor; and if they notice anything bad in someone they make allowances for it. (AC 6655) | By Ryan Sandstrom, Ivyland New Church, PA