by Ernest Easley

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Angel Alert!
Angelmania in America
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
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I want to welcome you to the second session on the subject: Angelmania in America! How many chartered members of this class do we have here today? All right! I'm glad you came back after last week.

Last week we learned that greater than the Midland Angels are God's Mighty Angels! Some 273 times from Genesis to Revelation we read about angels! And today taking place in our country is what I call Angelmania! It seems that everywhere you turn the subject of angels appears.

I was on an airplane the other day reading a magazine called "Sky Mall." This magazine has full of little gadgets that you can live without. I noticed on one page they were advertising a little gold angel holding a golf club and golf ball. Here's what the add says, "Divine Help on the greens in 24 kt. gold plate. Wear it on your sweater. Attach it to your golf bag. Wear it on your hat. Put it in your pocket. Wear, keep and add this Golf Angel Pin to your golf game for a little heavenly help on the course, and maybe the rub of the green will start going your way." By the way ... the Golf Angel pin cost $12.00!

I don't know if you've ever had an experience with an angel .. but a man in our church gave me a copy of an article in the Parade Magazine dated January 5, 1986. "Six Soviet cosmonauts said they witnessed the most awe-inspiring spectacle ever encountered in space .. a band of glowing angels with wings as big as jumbo jets. "What we saw were seven giant figures in the form of humans, but with wings and mistlike halos, as in the classic depiction of angels. Their faces were round with cherubic smiles."

Twelve days later, the figures returned and were seen by three other Soviet scientists, including a woman cosmonaut. "They were smiling," she said, "as though they shared in a glorious secret."

"Angelmania" isn't only in America ... it's in outer-space! Well ... we're thinking this mornin ...

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