“Be not afraid to have strangers in your house, for some thereby have entertained angels unaware.” — Heb. 13:2
Records throughout the centuries point to the existence of angels. Some people feel that it’s silly, naive, or even delusional to believe in angels. We’re taught to believe in what we can see, hear, touch, measure and weigh. “I’ll believe it when I see it” goes the expression. The Oxford English Dictionary gives many different definitions for the word ‘Angel’ : A ministering spirit, a divine messenger, a spiritual being, a minister of a church are but few. Recorded history gives us visible traces in art and pictographs.
This Sunday, Rev. Dr. Marcia Pearce offers a more modern and scientific theory for these ‘friends.’ One that is just as Sacred as in years past, is applicable to every day life and that embraces both our humanity and our Divinity. As Mary Baker Eddy says: “Angels are pure thoughts from God, winged with Truth and Love, no matter what their individualism may be.”