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  • Surrendering To God's Will Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 4, 2017
     | 3,765 views

    If we are to be living stones in the Church built on Christ, we must have the attitude of surrender to God’s will that infused Mary and Jesus.

    Dedication of St. John Lateran Basilica 2017 Revolution and Reformation “Today the liturgy celebrates the dedication of the Lateran Basilica, called “mother and head of all the churches of the city and the world.” In fact, this basilica was the first to be built after Emperor Constantine’s ...read more

  • The Church Is Ever Being Reformed Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 2, 2017
     | 2,876 views

    On the eve of the Protestant Revolution/reformation, there was both piety and corruption in the Church.

    Thursday of the 22nd Week in Course 2017 St. Paul’s prayer for the Colossians, and for us, is simple and yet profound: “that you may be filled with the knowledge of his will in all spiritual wisdom and understanding, to lead a life worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing to him, bearing fruit in ...read more

  • Water Flows From The True Temple Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 7, 2020
     | 786 views

    Jerusalem is on a series of hills, and water has to be brought into the city from elsewhere. But the real Temple of God, the Precious Body of Christ, is the source of living water.

    Dedication of the Lateran Basilica 2020 Water Flows from the Temple There are few feasts quite as confusing as today’s commemoration of the dedication of the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran, a church in Rome. But it’s not just “a” church in Rome, it is the church in Rome. If I asked a thousand ...read more

  • The Horror Of Violence Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 7, 2009
     | 2,265 views

    Jesus was, in fact, nonviolent, even when he used force to expel the merchants who desecrated the Temple. Violence is incompatible with human development.

    Feast of Dedication of St. John Lateran November 9, 2009 Let’s confront a misconception about today’s Gospel, and that has to do with Jesus and violence. What Jesus did to the moneychangers and pigeon salesmen who had coopted the Court of the Gentiles was to clean them out. He used force to ...read more

  • The Church, The Mission, The Presidential Election

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 10, 2008
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     | 3,936 views

    What shall the Church’s response be to the disaster of 2008?

    Dedication of St. John Lateran Sunday, Nov 9 2008 In case this feast is somewhat confusing, let me just say that it has nothing to do with bricks and mortar. It has to do with being the Church. In the midst of the most divisive political season I have witnessed since the sixties, our ...read more

  • Ashamed

    Contributed by Lou Nicholes on Nov 19, 2004
    based on 13 ratings
     | 1,725 views

    Paul was not ashamed of the Gospel because he knew that it came from God

    THOUGHTS ABOUT THE PASSAGE: The following is a quote in a letter by Dr. Paul Luther, the youngest son of the reformer Martin Luther. “ In the year 1544, my father, in the presence of us all, narrated the whole story of his journey to Rome. He acknowledged with great joy that, in that city, ...read more

  • Yes, A Church Leader Must Have A Sense Of Humor Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 23, 2019
     | 1,190 views

    We are told to have salt in us. Salt was used in the ancient world, and occasionally today, to preserve meat from corruption. So if we have spiritual salt, we will be preserved against that kind of corrupt thought and behavior.

    Thursday of the 7th Week in Course 2019 St. Hilarius Today we have a rare treat because of the late date of Ash Wednesday and Easter. We get the rare festival of St. Hilarius, about whom I will speak in a moment. By now, most years, we are deep into Lent, and so the saints’ days are suppressed in ...read more

  • Communion Through The Years

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Oct 5, 2009
     | 2,477 views

    From a Biblical perspective, The Lord’s Supper is a simple memorial ritual, despite how others have tried to complicate and confuse it.

    Communion Through the Years (I Corinthians 11:17-34) 1. I love Italian food. Since Marylu went to work, I have taken over as the cook for our family. 2. I have cooked so much Italian food that Marylu had to ask me to curtail this tendency! She really put the breaks on lasagna and ...read more

  • El Surgimiento Del Anticristo Series

    Contributed by Manuel Amparo on Apr 17, 2006
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     | 2,826 views

    Las Escrituras usa bestia para representar naciones y reinos.

    EL SURGIMIENTO DEL ANTICRISTO 666 Apocalipsis 13:1-10 I. ¿Cuan importante es para nosotros saber quien es la Bestia? ¿Su número, nombre y parecer? A. Apocalipsis 14:9,10 1. ¿Depende esto de la interpretación que nosotros le damos a la escritura? a. Se nos dice que la palabra ...read more

  • Mystery Babylon. The Papacy , The Jews, The Muslims Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Jul 13, 2015
     | 2,179 views

    Greater and greater grows the power of "Christendom" under the Popes of the darkened ages. Lesser and lesser grows the prospects of the descendants of Abraham. And what is the Islamic connection to Babylon?

    TWENTY-FIVE: THE FIRST "REAL" POPES? Some claim that Leo I was the first pope (440-461). "He claimed that he was, by Divine appointment, Primate of all Bishops...that resistance to His authority was a sure way to Hell...advocated the death penalty for heresy..." (Halley, p. 770) Again it is ...read more

  • An Unexpected Gift Series

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Sep 10, 2014
     | 6,615 views

    What is the real significance of the healing of the cripple at the Beautiful Gate?

    An Unexpected Gift Acts 3:1-10 Another day had dawned. The man’s friends arrive early to pick him up and take him to the Temple. They brought the man to the Temple door. But he does not enter in. you see, he is a crippled man, and crippled men were not allowed in the Temple. He could come to ...read more

  • Live By Faith

    Contributed by Scott Spencer on Jan 15, 2012
     | 2,823 views

    The Bible, however, teaches that faith is the key to everything for the Christian. By faith we come to Christ. By faith we live our Christian lives successfully. Without faith it is impossible to please God. In other words, faith is central for Christian

    Romans 1:17 January 15, 2012 For in the gospel a righteousness from God is revealed, a righteousness that is by faith from first to last, just as it is written: ''The righteous will live by faith." (Romans 1:17 NIV) It never ceases to amaze me just how gullible people are. Listen to some of ...read more

  • Should We Make Oaths? Series

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Jul 10, 2014
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     | 2,216 views

    the church has been conflicted for centuries whether we should make oaths or not. What does this passage teach us about oaths?

    Should We Make Oaths? Matthew 5:33-37 This passage is another demonstration of the problem with the teaching of the Scribes and Pharisees. As we have noticed throughout the study, the failure of the Pharisees was more than a failure to practice what they preached. The problem is that they were ...read more

  • The Way Of The Blessed

    Contributed by Mark Clarke on Sep 21, 2007
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,374 views

    in the midst of all this uncertainty and change, one thing remains sure, one thing is certain -- the Word of the Living God!

    The way of the Blessed -- “of God...from us...in you” (1Thess 2:13-17) Intro - Our World is certainly in uncertain times -- 40 were killed by terrorists in India, wildfires in Greece, earthquakes in Japan & Peru, Hurricane Dean in Mexico & here at home floods, drought & an uneasy economy. ...read more

  • Why The Jews? Pt. 1

    Contributed by Dave Kinney on Dec 3, 2004
    based on 24 ratings
     | 2,860 views

    Why are God’s people the most hated and persecuted of all peoples? God has blessed Israel and has certain promises for them! God will bless the nations that bless Israel!

    Psalm 83:1-4 From this verse we can glean several facts about Israel and the Jews that make up this nation: · God has always heard Israel’s plea as a people. Vs.1 · God has always helped Israel persevere as a people. Vs. 2-3 · God has always heralded Israel’s place as a nation. Vs. 4 ...read more