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Societies May Change, But Our Neigbours Stay the Same

How might Jesus retell the Parable of the Good Samaritan for today’s audience? Maybe it would go something like this….

“An eastern European who had come to a certain country to live and work was assaulted one evening for no other reason than that he was an alien in that land.

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Heresy Is Not in Our Doctrine Alone, but in Our Sins of Omission

Ignoring the plight of our fellow man is as much of a heresy as anything dreamed up by Arius or Pelagius. No matter how orthodox our belief in the Holy Trinity, the Salvific work of Christ, the Resurrection, or the Real Presence in the Eucharist, if we are able to turn a blind eye and a deaf ear to the sufferings and needs of others then our faith is useless. 20 more words


Calling Satan's Bluff

Sometimes Satan’s way to blocking victory in life is through using fear. He can place thoughts in our minds of “what if” or he can convince a person that victory is going to be too hard and too costly to push for. 139 more words

God's Love

Thankful #23: But for the Grace of God

Today’s sermon was titled on Wednesday, and last night I was struggling to make it fit. I finally realized as I was sharing it today, that it couldn’t fit. 1,795 more words

Layperson Sermons

The gift of God cannot be purchased

Simon becomes a convert for awhile, but judging by the negatives given about him in Acts 8, he ultimately became an enemy of the cross. He started turning bad when he offered money to have the power to impart the Holy Spirit with the imposition of hands. 78 more words


Nuggets - The Power of Grace

The Power of Grace
“Whereof I was made a minister, according to the gift of the grace of God given unto me by the effectual working of his power.” ( 296 more words


The word Gospel was first used by Justin Martyr (c. 155 A.D.) in “Apology”. The term was commonly used to refer to the first four (4) books of the New Testament, selected as Canon by the early Church. 337 more words