“The Glendale Parish of the Church of the New Jerusalem” (circa 1861) A small group of Swedenborgians, connected by family and business ties, found themselves living close enough together that, on Christmas day in 1860, they formed a congregation– the Parish of the New Jerusalem Church–in Glendale, Ohio. The patriarch, Charles H. Allen (1820-1889), was […]
The eight-week Journey Program What Would Love Do? explores the biblical parable of Matthew 25, wherein Jesus speaks of the hungry, the thirsty, the stranger, the naked, the sick and the imprisoned. Jesus says that whenever we help others in these conditions, we help God. Join us as we practice serving the neighbor on both a physical and spiritual level in these 6 ways.
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The simple truth, shown plainly in the Parable of the Sheep and Goats, is that if you have compassion on other people you will find eternal happiness. - from “What Would Love Do?”, the Doctrinal Study section by John Odhner
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