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A Master Mason seeks divine guidance

Based on the Old Testament story of King David and his assignment to his son, the future King Solomon.

King Solomon learns of his sentence from which there is no appeal.

King Solomon's tax collector violates the public trust.

Men encounter dangers as they search for the lost word.

The essence of Symbolic Masonry is compiled in lessons of the Lodge of Perfection.

Zerubbabel, even when tempted, would not violate his obligations.

The court of King Darius contemplates what motivates man.

The degree dramatizes human failure, as well as social and moral behavior. The Book of Life is sealed.

The teachings of Jesus of Nazareth are used to exemplify the universal principles of life.

Knights and Nobles come together to punish crime, reward virtue, protect the innocent, and provide aid to the needy.

Based on a true incident during World War II and the heroic actions of Four Chaplains.

Industriousness is shown through the life of Brother Benjamin Franklin.

Two officers, while on opposite sides of the Civil War, maintain their Masonic principles.

This degree portrays an historic clash between Pope Honorius III and Emperor Frederick II.

An incident in the long wars between Islam and Christianity in Europe is resolved by Masonic teachings and tolerance.

A 14th century trial in the English civil court during the reign of Edward II is conducted.

While attending St. Andrew's Lodge at the Green Dragon Tavern, Brothers Warren and Dawes come to the aid of an injured Brother.

The degree dramatically teaches us to choose between personal advancement and service to humanity.