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  • Where Does Freedom Come From

    Worship Service: Children & Adult - 4 Jul, 2010

    Where Does Freedom Come From - The Lord's greatest gift to the human race (John 8:31-32; Arcana Coelestia 1937, 1947; Heaven and Hell 603) "The freedom which is in keeping with love to the Lord and love towards the neighbor, consequently with the love of what is good and true, is true freedom, being the freedom that exists in heaven. "This freedom that exists in heaven originates in the Lord. All angels in heaven possess it. It goes with love to the Lord and with mutual love, and so with the affection for what is good and true. The nature of this freedom becomes clear from the fact that everyone who possesses it communicates from inmost affection his own blessedness and happiness to another, and that to him it is also blessedness and happiness to be able to communicate these things. "And what is remarkable, the one type of freedom is so much the contrary of the other that for good spirits the freedom which goes with self-love and love of the world is hell, while conversely for evil spirits the freedom that goes with love to the Lord and with mutual love is hell. "Since no one can be reformed unless he is in freedom, freedom is never taken away from a person, so far as the person himself is concerned. For it is an eternal law that everyone should be interiorly in freedom, that is, that his affections and thoughts should be in freedom, so that the affection for good and truth may be implanted within him." (Heavenly Secrets #2870-2876) | By Thomas Rose, Ivyland New Church, PA

  • The Ark of the Covenant - Lost and Found

    Worship Service: Children & Adult - 27 Jun, 2010

    Holding and preserving the Lord's truth I Samuel 4:1 - 7:1, parts; AR 529 Then the temple of God was opened in heaven, and the ark of His covenant was seen in His temple. (Rev. 11:19) This symbolizes the New Heaven, in which the Lord is worshiped in His Divine Humanity, and where people live in accordance with the Ten Commandments, which constitute the two essential elements of the New Church that are the means of conjunction. The temple of God symbolizes the Lord in His Divine Humanity in heaven where angels dwell. The ark in the temple means the Ten Commandments, for the ark had as its sole contents the two tables on which the Ten Commandments were written. The temple's being opened means, symbolically, that these two, the Divine Humanity and the Ten Commandments, which are the two essential elements of the New Church, are now visible. The ark is called the ark of His covenant in His temple because a covenant symbolizes conjunction. (Apocalypse Revealed #529) | By Thomas Rose, Ivyland New Church, PA

  • Be Still, and Know That I Am God - A Memorial Day Sermon

    Worship Service: Children & Adult - 30 May, 2010

    2 Samuel 1:19-26; Psalm 46; John 15:7-17; Arcana Coelestia 1664 O mountains of Gilboa, Let there be no dew, nor let there be rain upon you, Nor fields of offerings. For the shield of the mighty is cast away there! How the mighty have fallen in the midst of the battle! Jonathan was slain in your high places. I am distressed for you, my brother Jonathan..." (2 Samuel 1:19-26) Wars in the Word mean in the internal sense nothing other than spiritual conflicts, which are temptations. Wars waged by men can have no place whatever in the internal parts of the Word, for such things as wars are not the spiritual and celestial things which alone constitute the Word. It is a constant truth that Jehovah alone, that is, the Lord, fights and overcomes the devil present with a person when he is involved in the conflicts brought by temptations, even though to that person this does not appear to be so. For evil spirits have no power at all to exert the slightest influence on man unless they are permitted to do so, and angels cannot act to avert anything at all unless enabled to do so by the Lord. (Heavenly Secrets #1664) | By Thomas Rose, Ivyland New Church, PA

  • The Angels with the Lord

    Worship Service: Family (may include music) - 21 Feb, 2010

    | By John Odhner, Bryn Athyn Cathedral

  • Angels Appearing

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 20 Dec, 2009

    Near death experiences. Lessons read by Cassidy Synnestvedt. | By Glenn Alden, Tucson, AZ

  • The Lord's Vision and Our Reality: Problems Caused by the Gap

    Class - 21 Jan, 2008

    A four-part presentation given at Eldergarten, "Celebrating the Age of Wisdom". Subject: Readers of the Writings of Emanuel Swedenborg encounter powerful teachings about the vision of marriage, of the New Church, and of people acting more like angels so that heaven comes to earth. There is a gap between these visions and where we are in a culture that works against them. These sessions explore what we can do about this gap, studying the doctrines related to marriage, the church, and regeneration. 4 CD set. | By Rt. Rev. Peter Martin Buss, Jr. , Boynton Beach, FL

  • Jacob's Dream of Angels

    Worship Service: Children & Adult - 9 Sep, 2007

    | By Thomas Rose, Ivyland New Church, PA

  • For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever

    Worship Service: Children & Adult - 17 Jun, 2007

    Ninth in a Series on the Lord's Prayer | By Thomas Rose, Ivyland New Church, PA

  • In Company with Angels

    Worship Service: Informal Family - 3 Jun, 2007

    | By Jeremy Simons, Bryn Athyn Society Building

  • Our Spiritual Brothers and Sisters

    Worship Service: Sermon only - 20 May, 2007

    Psalm 133 opens with the phrase: "Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity." (vs. 1) We'll explore the internal meaning of these words and how they're expressive of the relationship we have with the angels. | By Rev. Ethan McCardell , Sarver, PA