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The Angels Proclamation

Title: The Angels Proclamation

Scripture: Revelation 14:6-8

As we grow older, we may find ourselves reflecting on the things that truly matter in life. In today’s lesson, we will explore a powerful proclamation made by an angel in the book of Revelation that speaks to the eternal significance of our choices and the urgency of living for God.

The Angels Proclamation:
In Revelation 14:6-8, we read about an angel flying in the midst of heaven, proclaiming the eternal gospel to those who dwell on the earth. This angel’s message is one of urgency, as he announces the time has come for judgment and calls on people to fear God and give Him glory.

This proclamation serves as a reminder to us, especially as seniors, that our choices matter. The angel’s message calls attention to the eternal consequences of our actions and emphasizes the importance of aligning our lives with God’s will.

Application for Seniors:
As seniors, we have the wisdom of years and the perspective of a lifetime to recognize the truth in the angel’s proclamation. We have seen how the decisions we make can have far-reaching effects, not only in our own lives but also in the lives of those we love. The angel’s message calls us to live with a sense of urgency, to prioritize our relationship with God and to point others towards Him.

Additionally, the angel’s call to fear God and give Him glory invites us to reflect on our own lives and consider how we are living for His glory. Are we sharing the good news of the gospel with others? Are we living in a way that honors God and reflects His love to those around us?

The angel’s proclamation in Revelation 14:6-8 serves as a powerful reminder for us as seniors to live with a sense of urgency, prioritizing our relationship with God and sharing the good news with those around us. Let us heed the angel’s call to fear God and give Him glory in all that we do, knowing that our choices have eternal significance.

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Possible Viewpont: Anglican Christian


1. Luke 2:8-14
2. Matthew 1:20-23
3. Luke 1:26-38
4. Matthew 28:1-10
5. Mark 16:5-7
6. Luke 24:4-7

Questions for Lesson

1. How does the angel’s proclamation in Revelation 14:6-8 impact your understanding of the Gospel message?
2. In what ways does this passage challenge or inspire your faith as a senior Christian?
3. What role do you believe the angel’s proclamation plays in fulfilling God’s plan for salvation?
4. What does this passage teach us about the importance of sharing the Gospel with others, especially in our senior years?
5. What significance does the message of Revelation 14:6-8 have for the Anglican church today?
6. Quiz Question: What is the significance of the angel’s proclamation in Revelation 14:6-8 for the end times? (a) It announces the coming of the Antichrist (b) It heralds the eternal gospel (c) It signals the start of the millennium (d) It represents the fall of Babylon

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” – A classic Christmas carol that proclaims the angel’s proclamation of Jesus’ birth.
2. “Angels, from the Realms of Glory” – A hymn that speaks of the angels’ proclamation to the shepherds and calls for all to join in praising God.
3. “While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks” – A traditional Christmas hymn that recounts the angel’s proclamation to the shepherds and their journey to see the newborn Christ.
4. “Angels We Have Heard on High” – A joyful Christmas carol that celebrates the angels’ proclamation of the birth of Jesus and encourages all to join in praising Him.

Object Lesson

Illustration: The Angels Proclamation for Seniors

Props needed:
1. Bible
2. Magnifying glass
3. Glasses
4. Walking cane
5. Hearing aid
6. Angel figurine

1. Begin by displaying the Bible and explaining that it contains the message of The Angels Proclamation from Revelation 14:6-8.
2. Use the magnifying glass to show how seniors may need to use tools to help them read small print in the Bible, just as they may need glasses to assist their vision.
3. Hold up the walking cane and emphasize the importance of relying on something for support, much like how seniors rely on their faith for support in their golden years.
4. Display the hearing aid and explain that just as seniors may need assistance in hearing, The Angels Proclamation serves as a message that can be heard by all, including those with hearing impairments.
5. Finally, present the angel figurine as a representation of the heavenly proclamation, explaining that it is a reminder of the timeless message that transcends age and serves as a source of hope for seniors in their faith journey.


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