Scoundrels & Saints

Click Here to read this week's gospel: Matthew 1:1-25 Ever wonder what dark secrets are hiding in your family tree? It seems people are fascinated by genealogy today. Thanks to modern technology you can do computer searches that will rebuild your family history over a thousand years. Imagine how hard that was to keep track …

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What Does Your Gift Say?

Further thoughts on this week's gospel: Luke 14:16-24 Christmas is both the greatest and the worst time for people to hear the gospel. It's the greatest because the gospel is a message of love. At Christmas we see just how much God loves us; He came into our world to live as a one of …

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Don’t Listen To the Naysayers

Further thoughts on Luke 13:10-17 You don't have to look far in this world to find someone who will tell you you can't do something or that your prayers aren't realistic. It seems naysayers are everywhere. They probably sound something like this; they tell you your wasting your time because there is no God. Or, …

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God Never Takes A Day Off

Click Here to Read This Week's Gospel: Luke 13:10-17   What is the one thing you really need? Perhaps it's the healing of an illness. Maybe it's the reconciliation of a relationship. When you think about this one thing that is so important you fear it will never happen; it just seems impossible. You know …

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The Greater the Darkness, The Brighter the Light

More thoughts on this week's Epistle: Ephesians 5:8-19 (Image Credit: http://www.trulytruly.net) Darkness seems to prevail. It seems each week we hear of a new tragedy of terror as innocent people are killed somewhere in the world. On Monday, those who died in the San Bernardino killings had no idea they were starting their last few …

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