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Brandts Center Program on Angels

The Sabbath services on June 30, 2018 began with a song service led by Itzel (junior), , accompanied by Jacqueline Miller on the piano.  The opening song was “God Will Take of You”.

Clayton Brandt welcomed everyone, had prayer, and read the scripture reading – Hebrews 1:14 “Are they not all ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation?”

Leilani (junior) then read a mission story about an Adventist pastor who was protected from death in an African country.  Seven times the soldiers’ guns refused to work when he came along.

Clayton Brandt then called for the Laurelbrook Missions Offering, which was collected by Ashur (sophomore) and Eric (senior) and which goes to support Laurelbrook mission trips. 

Beth Brandt had the theme talk on “The Ministry of Angels”.  Beth Brandt then sang a vocal solo. Mahary (junior) played a violin solo, accompanied by Eric (senior) on the piano. Clayton Brandt had the closing prayer, and Beth Brandt explained the classes.  Clayton Brandt led the lesson study in the main sanctuary and Sebastian and Stephanie Roy-Lavallee the student class “behind the glass” in the rear of the church sanctuary.

 

Following are a few notes from Beth Brandt’s presentation:

 

  1. Angels sang when the world was created.
  2. Angels guarded the way to the tree of life, helped God’s people in battle, and helped them with their needs.
  3. God’s angels are God’s special ministers to us and are happy when they can help an unsaved soul.
  4. The other evening Beth was impressed to cut short her reading and shorten her prayer. When she went to look for her cat, she noticed a gray fox coming down the driveway and saw the cat taking refuge behind the wood pile.  Did an angel help her?
  5. When we ignore God’s warnings, then He lets us reap the consequences.
  6. 2 Corinthians 11:14 “And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.”
  7. Ellen White says in Education that as we study the Bible we can have the companionship of angels.

Personnel Other Than Students:

Clayton and Beth Brandt – Clayton works with Laurelbrook’s heavy equipment / Beth has held various church offices

Jacqueline Miller – semi-retired nurse living on Laurelbrook’s campus

Sebastian and Stephanie Roy-Lavallee – Sebastian is the men’s work coordinator / Stephanie is the head girls’ dean



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