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  • Jesus Prays For His Disciples

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on May 6, 2008
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    Easter 7 (B) - Jesus prays for his disciples: Holy Father protect them from this world. Holy Father make them holy in this world.

    JESUS PRAYS FOR HIS DISCIPLES (Outline) May 4, 2008 – EASTER 7 - John 17:11b-19 INTRO: We have here the last words of Jesus’ comfort and encouragement for his disciples immediately before his betrayal by Judas in the Garden of Gethsemane. The disciples were about to face the most ...read more

  • Accepting God’s Discipline

    Contributed by Chad Bolfa on Oct 1, 2010
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    Our God is not a vindictive Judge but a Holy Father who loves His children enough to rebuke us when we are wrong and set us on a right path.

    Accepting God’s Discipline Hebrews 12:5-11 Introduction President Calvin Coolidge went to church, and afterwards was asked by a friend what the minister spoke on. “He preached on sin.” The friend asked what the preacher had to say about sin, and was told, “He’s ...read more

  • When Our Father Chastens

    Contributed by Nathan Johnson on Sep 28, 2009
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    Our God is not a vindictive Judge but a Holy Father who loves His children enough to rebuke us when we are wrong and set us on a right path.

    When Our Father Chastens Prairie Baptist Church – 9/27/09 P.M. Service Text: Psalm 6 Key verse: Psalms 6:1 - O LORD, do not rebuke me in Your anger, nor chasten me in Your hot displeasure. Premise: Our God is not a vindictive Judge but a Holy Father who loves His children enough to ...read more

  • The Missionary Mandate Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 4, 2014
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    The Holy Father teaches us about reforming our approach to the missionary mandate, so that we may appeal to a new generation in their own language.

    Thursday of 27th Week in Course 2014 The Joy of the Gospel St. Paul may have been at his hottest when he wrote the letter to the church in Galatia. Let’s position this church. Galatia was an area of Asia Minor, roughly in the upper center of Turkey today, where some illegal alien Gauls ...read more

  • They Are Not Of This World

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Dec 26, 2013
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    Kept through the Name.

    THE PRAYER OF JESUS - Part 2 John 17:11-19 In the second part of His prayer, our Lord addresses the “Holy Father” (John 17:11). This epithet is unique, but understandable. Jesus is about to pray for the disciples’ sanctification (John 17:17). John 17:11. He prays that they will be “kept ...read more

  • Holy Is His Name

    Contributed by Ronnie Miller on Aug 4, 2014
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    God is high and lifted up, separated from sin and He’s perfect!

  • That They May Be One (A Sermon On John Chapter 17)

    Contributed by David Smith on Jun 3, 2008
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    Jesus said, "I am no longer in the world, but they are in the world, and I am coming to you. Holy Father, protect them by your name, the name that you gave me, so that they may be one, as we are one." (John 17:11)

    “Kiss me Hardy” “Et Tu, Brute” “Strike the tents!” What do these statements have in common? They were each the last words of famous men (Lord Nelson, Julius Caesar and Robert E. Lee, respectively). Let me add one from a famous woman: "Hold the cross high so I may see it through the ...read more

  • Facing The Sign Of The Son Of Man Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 15, 2011
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    How shall we acknowledge the sacrifice of Christ re-presented in the Mass: by facing together in prayer the cross--the sign of the Son of Man.

    January 17, 2011 St. Anthony of the Desert Spirit of the Liturgy New wine does not go into old wineskins, so the synagogue-Temple services, on which the Catholic Mass is based, have been replaced by the Liturgy of the Word and the re-presentation of the Calvary sacrifice. Here, the great High ...read more

  • Word And Eucharist Are One Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 13, 2009
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    The Gospel proclaims the divine reversal--the weak become strong by grace; thus also Word and Sacrament are the means by which weakness is strengthened.

    June 15, 2009 Sacramentum Caritatis Here in the penumbra of the Feast of Corpus Christi, it is particularly helpful to reflect on what many have called “the great reversal.” The Gospel is one frequently quoted to show the power of nonviolent resistence. Go two miles when forced to go one. ...read more

  • Jesus Praying For Us Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Apr 15, 2013
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    A 4 part series of sermons from Jesus' final Prayer in John 17. Part 3 of 4.

    The Real Lord’s Prayer John 17:11-19 March 17, 2013 At the end of an interview, the person from human resources asked an engineering graduate, “What starting salary were you looking for?” The engineer excitedly said, “In the neighborhood of $125,000 a year, plus a ...read more

  • Beatitudes: A Program Of Life Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 30, 2010
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    Our worship must be an authentic and total gift of self in the spirit of the Beatitudes

    All Saints Day Nov 1 2010 The Spirit of the Liturgy Today is part of what we might call a great cosmic convergence, at least for our nation. Yesterday was both Hallowe’en, and, for Protestants, what they call Reformation Sunday, the anniversary of the great religious revolution that ...read more

  • Reflecting On The Dark Passages Of Scripture Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 12, 2012
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    As in the story of Judas, there are dark passages in the Bible, but they can help us if we use an interpretation which enables their meaning to emerge in the light of the mystery of Christ.

    Feast of St. Matthias 14 May 2012 Verbum Domini Today’s feast gives us an opportunity to reflect on one of the darkest moments in our salvation history. The crucifixion of Jesus was set up by a traitor, Judas “the Iscariot.” It also helps us to consider what the Holy Father ...read more

  • Foretaste Of The Marriage Feast Of The Lamb Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 28, 2009
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    What we do when we celebrate Eucharist is to have a foretaste of what we will experience when we reunite in the kingdom of God.

    March 30, 2009 Sacramentum Caritatis Recently this series focused for a moment on the distinction between hating sin and judging evil actions on the one hand, and loving sinners and welcoming them into the Church on the other. These two dramas from the Old and New Testament, these two rescues, ...read more

  • In Persona Christi Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 15, 2009
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    The touch of God changes us, particularly those set aside for ministry.

    February 16, 2009 Sacramentum Caritatis There are two realities that flow directly from our understanding that there is a God and I’m not God. The first is that we owe God everything. The second is that we have to behave toward God and other human beings in the way He intends. The new ...read more

  • Inconveniencing Ourselves For The Kingdom Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 15, 2009
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    As the young man in the Gospel was challenged to be inconvenienced to follow Christ, so the challenge to facilitate human development may inconvenience us.

    August 17, 2009 Caritas in Veritate The sure path to eternal life, to enjoying the presence of God continually even before we die, is to imitate Jesus and Mary. They–and Jesus, the source of grace, first of all–are the great examples of bringing the Good that is God into contact with a world ...read more