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  • Rejoicing Over Bad Things?

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 17, 2019

    "Love does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrong, but rejoices in the right." Who in his right mind rejoices at wrong?

    Second Sunday of Lent 2019 One of the great themes of Christian literature, both in and out of the Scriptures, is the need for each of us to make a deliberate choice between the Two Ways of living. There is the way of life and the way of death, the way of following God’s will and law, or the way more

  • Falling In Love And Enjoying The Sacred Presence Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 5, 2019

    The time we give in contemplative prayer or reading the Scriptures in quiet faith is a wonderful preparation for an eternity in His presence, in the arms of Jesus Christ.

    Tuesday of 26th week in course 2019 The best part The experience of falling in love is an unmatched moment of one’s life. When you see clearly “the One” and know that your whole life has been a preparation for this moment of encounter, you never forget the place and circumstances of that awesome more

  • The Narcissus Who Gave Us Easter Sunday Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 26, 2019

    Those who do not know the Resurrected Christ either have to attain some kind of Buddhist impassivity or despair of any relief.

    Tuesday of the 30th Week in Course 2019 Saint Narcissus Today St. Paul contrasts our life in this world with our hope to live eternally in the arms of the Blessed Trinity. His reflections are particularly apt for Catholics today. Because of the evil done by a small minority of priests and more

  • A Reluctant Prophet

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Dec 27, 2000
    based on 87 ratings

    The story of Jonah and how it parallels our reluctance to reach the lost.

    I can still the scene from Titanic where the orchestra is brought out on deck to play music while the ship is sinking. Drinks and food are passed out in the dining room to maintain a sense of normalcy. People were eating, drinking and dancing as the ship was going down. It reminds me of what more

  • Envy & Kindness Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Dec 12, 2012

    Envy is unenviable. Kindness gives life joy.

    A fellow Army chaplain asked me to sing at his chapel service in Schweinfurt, Germany. He was preaching on the 7 Deadly Sins. When I finished singing, he said, “I really envy Chaplain Leroe’s musical ability…oops! I just committed one of the deadly sins!” Envy Billy more

  • Have I Loved My Neighbor As Myself?

    Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Aug 6, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan exposes how much we have failed to love our neighbors, but Jesus’ didn’t fail. Only his perfect love can cover our failures and save us.

    Text: Luke 10:25-37 Theme: Have I Loved My Neighbor As Myself? A. I’m unable to justify myself B. I’ve failed to love my enemy, but Jesus didn’t fail C. I’ve failed in sacrificial love, but Jesus didn’t fail D. I’ve failed in tireless love, but Jesus didn’t fail Season: Pentecost more

  • It Begins With Mourning

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Jun 8, 2011

    The first step in the turn towards God is to be troubled by "the way things are;" in effect, to mourn over sin.

    How many of you watched the debut of the new reality show, Temptation Island, this week? I didn’t. It had somehow slipped under my radar screen, and I hadn’t even heard about it until Thursday morning at Bible study. For those of you fortunate enough not to have heard about it, more

  • Liar Liar Series

    Contributed by John Oscar on Jul 24, 2017

    Teaching on the 9th Commandment and the danger of lying

    Liar, Liar CCCAG May 28th, 2017 Scripture- Exodus 20:16 There was a Rabbi that moved into a small community to minister to the Jewish population there. In his congregation, he had a man who was known to be very confrontational and difficult to deal with. Within a few weeks of the new rabbi more