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The Parable of the Good Samaritan
We learn from this passage and the disciple Q&A in Matthew 18 how to not lead our brothers and sisters into temptation, church discipline, and proper forgiveness.
Anger unattended can give birth to hatred, it can open our life to the influence of the spirit of death and hang lives! Keeping a clean heart is a must for everyone in order to keep death out! (La colère abandonnée à elle-même, peut donner naissance à la haine, ouvrir notre vie a l’influence de l’esprit de mort et pendre nos vies ! Garder un cœur pur est incontournable pour garder la mort en dehors de nos vies !)
The word “Heaven” is found approximately 420 times in the Bible. In the Old Testament it refers to being “lifted up”. In the New Testament it speaks about the “sky” or the “air”.
"Those who eat of my flesh and drink of my blood have eternal life," Sermon for the 12th Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 15, Year B
When Jesus says, "those who eat of my flesh and drink of my blood have eternal life," he is inviting us to yearn for, engage with, and cleave to the fullness of life he has to offer, taking that life into our own beings so that it becomes as natural, as deep, and as structurally necessary as bone and blood.
Sermon #2 from "The Shepherd King" series. Scripture from 1 Samuel 2:12-7:17.
“Those who are most worried that they may have committed the unpardonable sin have not. This is a sin for which there is no concern, no conviction, and no anxiety and thus no repentance.” We stand secure in our salvation, knowing that we are sinners, saved by God’s grace, and striving for victory over the temptations that Satan uses to draw us away from our relationship with our Heavenly Father.
The Holy Spirit did tremendous things through the early church, but there were times of difficulty and hardship as well. Like them, we are called to press on, be in awe of God, and walk in love and forgiveness.
"They were offered the Bread of Angels," Sermon for the 11th Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 14, Year B
Jesus tells the crowd in Capernaum that he is the bread of life. He is the one who will sustain them. He is offering them the body of Christ - broken and given for the life of the world: the food that forms community, forgiveness, reconciliation, mercy, and justice.