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Christine Daae was brought up in the Paris Opera house. Her musician father suddenly dies, telling her he will send her an angel of music to look after her. She grows up and discovers that she is hearing a voice, telling her and teaching her to sing. She believes he is the angel of music but he is known in the Opera House simply as The Phantom. Although she is fascinated and drawn towards the phantom, she falls in love with her childhood sweetheart, The Vicomte de Chagny - or Raoul - but the ...
 
History Of Egypt, Chaldæa, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria is the masterwork of one of the fathers of modern egyptology. This work, in twelve volumes, was translated from the French original, “Histoire ancienne des peuples de l’Orient classique” and published in 1903-1904. Maspero was a largely self-taught master of hieroglyphic translation. In November 1880, he was placed at the head of a French archeological mission, which developed later into the Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale. M ...
 
One of the first locked room mysteries, The Mystery of the Yellow Room focuses on a supposedly impossible crime which has been committed within a locked room. The novel was initially published in the French periodical L’illustration, and was later published as a book in 1908. It is the first of a series of novels featuring the famous fictional reporter Joseph Rouletabille. The mystery begins when Joseph Rouletabille, a reporter and amateur sleuth is sent to investigate a crime scene at the C ...
 
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November 28, 2021 Morning Service. As people across the nation gathered together this past week, many took time to recognize the reasons they have to give thanks. But while we often give thanks for friends, family and the like, our passage shows us there%u2019s much, much more. In this week%u2019s sermon, Pastor John Friederich explores the reasons…
 
As Jesus stood before Pilate, he defined the nature of his kingdom and thus his kingship. Jesus was no ruler of an ordinary physical kingdom from this world, but is the king of a kingdom that will outlast all others because its nature is not of this world. Image: Christ before Pilate, no known restrictions. Image location: https://picryl.com/media/…
 
November 21, 2021 Morning Service. In the book of Revelation we gain some unique insight into how God perceived certain churches both in the days of the New Testament and consequently in our current day as well. And in some cases it's an eye opening narrative.n this week%u2019s sermon, Pastor John Friederich concludes a series of messages that walk…
 
In our Gospel lesson today, Jesus is telling his disciples about the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple. What does this have to do with us today? Father Jeremiah walks through what the passage is about and what it’s purpose is. Listen now to find out more. Image: David Roberts, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons www.gracegastonia.com/sermon-…
 
What makes us think of the Widow in the Temple so highly? Is it her gift? Is it her faith? Or is it the reality of the glorious promise keeping God that she was worshiping? Father Jeremiah looks at this story from St. Mark 12 and asks what was the might of the Widow’s Mite? Image: An etching by Jan Luyken, Phillip Medhurst, CC BY-SA 3.0
 
November 7, 2021 Morning Service. In the book of Revelation we gain some unique insight into how God perceived certain churches both in the days of the New Testament and consequently in our current day as well. And in some cases it's an eye opening narrative. In this week's sermon, Pastor John Friederich continues a series of messages that walks us…
 
When a Scribe came up to ask Jesus about the greatest commandment, Jesus gave him a two for one deal. The Scribe saw the great truth in what Jesus said and Jesus said that he was close to the Kingdom. What does this mean? How are we to understand Jesus in this passage? How are we to be changed by Jesus’ words? Father Jeremiah reflects on these thin…
 
October 31, 2021 Morning Service. In the book of Revelation we gain some unique insight into how God perceived certain churches both in the days of the New Testament and consequently in our current day as well. And in some cases it%u2019s an eye opening narrative.In this week's sermon, Pastor John Friederich continues a series of messages that walk…
 
What does a blind beggar have to tell us about true discipleship? Quite a lot! Father Jeremiah looks at Bartimaeus, the blind beggar outside of Jericho, and what he can teach us about being a disciple of Jesus. Image: Jesus Healing the Blind, Church of Britain, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons www…
 
October 24, 2021 Morning Service. In the book of Revelation we gain some unique insight into how God perceived certain churches both in the days of the New Testament and consequently in our current day as well. And in some cases it's an eye opening narrative. In this week's sermon, Pastor John Friederich continues a series of messages that walks us…
 
When James and John come to Jesus with a request to sit on his right and left in the kingdom, Jesus tells them that while they will follow in his footsteps and make him known, they cannot sit where they desire. To cling to glory is to miss the humility necessary to walk with Christ. To receive glory means one must be humbled to the service of other…
 
October 17, 2021 Morning Service. In the book of Revelation we gain some unique insight into how God perceived certain churches both in the days of the New Testament and consequently in our current day as well. And in some cases it's an eye opening narrative. In this week's sermon, Pastor John Friederich continues a series of messages that walks us…
 
What should we make of the rich young man who asks Jesus what he must do to inherit eternal life? Isn’t there something wrong with the idea of “doing something” to inherit something else? What is the condition of this man’s heart? How does Jesus show him compassion? These questions are thought about in this sermon from Father Jeremiah. Image: Woodc…
 
October 10, 2021 Morning Service. In the book of Revelation we gain some unique insight into how God perceived certain churches both in the days of the New Testament and consequently in our current day as well. And in some cases it%u2019s an eye opening narrative. In this week's sermon, Pastor John Friederich continues a series of messages that wal…
 
When the Pharisees asked Jesus about divorce, he led them to the beginning of the Scriptures and revealed that divorce ultimately flows, not from the command of God, but out of the hardheartedness of humanity. Our hardheartedness toward spouses is the outworking of our hardheartedness towards God himself and our very idolatry by which we forsake Go…
 
October 3, 2021 Morning Service. In the book of Revelation we gain some unique insight into how God perceived certain churches both in the days of the New Testament and consequently in our current day as well. And in some cases it's an eye opening narrative. In this week's sermon, Pastor John Friederich begins a series of messages that walks us thr…
 
Bishop Terrell Glenn helps us to understand Jesus’ admonition to cut off our parts that cause us to sin. It is a matter of life and death because life in the Kingdom is so much more important than anything else in this world. Image: skull human anatomy vintage, uploaded by Andrea Stöckel, public domain, from https://www.publicdomainpictures.net/en/…
 
September 26, 2021 Morning Service. In numerous places in Scripture, people are described as sheep. And while many may think otherwise, this isn't exactly a flattering term. But the importance of the analogy comes in to play when it exposes our need for a shepherd. In this week's sermon, Pastor John Friederich explains what happens when we wander f…
 
St. James confronts his readers with the reality that their fighting flows from selfish sin within and their lack of wisdom. For them to gain wisdom they only need ask God, but that wisdom will lead to humility and a seeing others as more important. And through that, the grace of God will flow to them. However, back of all of this is already God’s …
 
September 19, 2021 Morning Service. There are two fundamental truths regarding God and His character. First, His holiness demands that wrath be poured out on those who sin and second, that He loves His creation unconditionally and without end. In this week's sermon, Pastor John Friederich talks about this seeming contradiction and how these came to…
 
St. James confronts his hearers with their sin of favoritism of the rich over the poor and connects it to the reality that our faith will work itself out with good deeds that reflect the change that God the Father has accomplished in us. How do we respond to this? How does our faith show up in our actions? Does your faith work itself out with the t…
 
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