Read the Bible, and explore the New Christian perspective on its inner meaning.

Pathways through Spiritual Topics:

For each of us, there's a path heading in the right direction, and it's open for us to follow. If we follow it, we will allow the Lord to grow new, good, loves in our hearts, and - in the end - our guiding love will be a love to the Lord, and the neighbor, and we will accept salvation.

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Is the Bible really the Word of God? For thousands of years, it's been preserved, and read, and appreciated. What do we know about it? How do we approach it?

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World peace. Most people really do want it. It's Veterans Day in the US, and Remembrance Day in the British Commonwealth. We're honoring our warriors -- and -- what most of them wanted was peace.

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The Last Supper

The Lord Jesus Christ and His Apostles

Jesus chose 12 men, mostly Galileans, and prepared them to spread the good news - the gospel - of the Christian church. It worked amazingly well. Read about how it got started!

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Palm Tree

Palm Sunday, from John's viewpoint – If I Only Knew Then...

Here we look at Palm Sunday through the lens of the Gospel of John. John's purpose is to convince the reader that Jesus Is God, and through the Gospel we hear John's lament, wishing he knew then what he knows now.

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A nice mother-daughter hug.

Daily and Yearly Preparation for Heaven

In this video Bible Study talk, Jonathan Rose draws truths from the Word that help us walk the talk of spiritual progress.

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Poppies!

Happiness

The Lord wants us to be happy. Really, lastingly happy. From John 15:11: "I have told you these things so that My joy may be in you and your joy may be complete." So... how do we get there from here?

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The resurrection of Jairus's daughter.

Charity

In Swedenborg's works "charity" is usually the English rendering of the Latin word "caritas", which is also the root of the verb “to care.”

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Before entering Jerusalem for the last time, Jesus wept over its future. This painting by Enrique Simonet, is called "Flevit super Illam", the Latin for "He Wept Over It". It is in the Museum of Malaga.

Weeping at Easter

A sermon for Palm Sunday by the Rt. Rev. Peter M. Buss

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