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What we will read from the Bible on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018, at church services

Sunday, October 14 Amos 5:6-7 10-15 (Turn from injustice to the poor); Psalm 90:12-17 (Teach us to number our days); Hebrews 4:12-16 (Approach the throne of grace); Mark 10:17-31 (Teaching on wealth and reward) (New American Bible (Revised Edition)) Amos 5:6-7; 10-15 … Continue reading

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Challenging Thoughts for the Gospel read on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018

A child that is early taught that he is God’s child, that he may live and move and have his being in God, and that he has, therefore, infinite strength at hand for the conquering of any difficulty, will take … Continue reading

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Challenging Thoughts for the Gospel read on Sunday, Mai 6, 2018

Community is characterized by two things: One is forgiveness; the other is celebration. Forgiveness means that I continually am willing to forgive the other person for not being God—for not fulfilling all my needs. I, too, must ask forgiveness for … Continue reading

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Challenging Thoughts for the Gospel read on Sunday, May 19, 2018

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Challenging Thoughts for the Gospel read on Sunday, April 22, 2018

  The humility of Christ is the medicine of man’s swollen pride. Augustine *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  * Jesus’ life, his spirit, his personality, is incomparably greater than anything he said, or did, or taught. … Continue reading

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Bible Readings for Sunday, April 29, 2018

Fifth Sunday of Easter Acts 8:26-40 (Philip teaches and baptizes an Ethiopian); Psalm 22:25-31 (All shall turn to the Lord); 1 John 4:7-21 (Loving one another); John 15:1-8 (Christ the vine) (New International Version) Acts 8:26-40 Philip and the Ethiopian … Continue reading

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Challenging Thoughts for the Third Sunday of Easter

To read the Gospel, click here! There is nothing so contagious as holiness, nothing more pervasive than Prayer. This is precisely what the traditional Church means by evangelism and what distinguishes from recruitment. Martin Thornton *  *  *  *  *  … Continue reading

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Challenging Thoughts for the second Sunday of Easter

When we are in doubt, God will never fail to give light when we have no other plan than to please him and to act in love for him. Brother Lawrence * * * * * * * * * … Continue reading

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Challenging Thoughts for Easter

  The resurrection of Jesus is a hidden event. Jesus didn’t rise from the dead to prove to those who had crucified him that they had made a mistake, or to confound his opponents. Nor did he rise to impress … Continue reading

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Thought Provokers for the Gospel read on Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018

Click on picture to read the Gospel of the day Carlyle Marney, the great preacher, used to enjoy telling this one: The rabbi begins by saying, “Thus saith the Lord! The priest begins, “As the Church has always said….” Most … Continue reading

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