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A reprise of Neal Waldrop's remarkable study.
Neal Waldrop encountered The Urantia Book in 1973 and read it cover to cover in just four weeks. He attended Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. He had a distinguished career as a Foreign Service Officer employed by the U.S. Department of State. His service included postings in Geneva, Switzerland; Taipei, Taiwan; Hong Kong; Canberra, Australia; New York City; and Washington, D.C. Needless to say, Neal is deeply interested in the Master Seraphim who were sent by Jesus to oversee the restoration of God's plan on Earth, shortly after his ascension. He has written an amazing study on the work of these Master Angels, portrayed in Paper 114 of The Urantia Book. His study goes in depth on their purpose, methods and goals.
We begin with Part I: Origins. Among other questions we ask: Seraphim are of origin in the Creative Mother Spirit who comes forth from The Infinite Spirit, the third member of the Trinity. Master Seraphim are completion seraphim or angels who have attained high angelic destiny and are especially trained to meet the difficulties and to cope with the emergencies associated with the advancement of the humans like us. Using the excellent study questions that Neal created, the discussion gets quite interesting as we explore the implications.
We recommend that those who listen in and desire to get ahead on this detailed study do so by visiting the following link and downloading copies of Neal Waldrop’s study guide on this rich topic: http://www.globalendeavor.net/Documents/2011-03-22_MasterSeraphim.pdf
The angels and many other celestial helpers who care for us are among us. Let's get this material “under our belts” about our heavenly helpers, created "just a little above us," to understand how we might effectively help them in their service on Earth.
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