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Wednesday of Trinity IV—June 26, 2013

The Chief Priests are the picture of unbelief. They attempt to trap Jesus, to accuse Him of blasphemy and expedite His crucifixion. They want Him to confess that His authority comes from His Father, who is His God. 591 more words

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Wednesday of Trinity II—June 11, 2013

Israel was again unfaithful. God was a faithful husband to them, but they were the cheating bride. They burdened God with their sins and wearied Him with their offenses. 715 more words

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Wednesday of Trinity I—June 5, 2013

Unrighteousness is always revealed. Though it is not always apparent in this life, God knows about it, and it will be revealed with the brightness of His coming. 845 more words

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Wednesday in the Octave of the Feast of the Most Holy Trinity—May 29, 2013

Love is a word, a concept which is thrown around all the time. We say we love our children, love a good cup of coffee, love our pets, and the list goes on. 739 more words

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Ember Wednesday after Pentecost—May 22, 2013

As we confess the Third Article of the Creed, we say that we believe in the “Holy Ghost, the Lord and Giver of Life,” but that we also “believe in one holy, Christian and Apostolic Church” and “look for the resurrection of the dead and the life of the world to come.” These three things go together. 576 more words

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Wednesday of Exaudi—May 15, 2013

One of life’s favorite questions is “why.”  Anyone who has spent time with children knows this question well.  It shows up in the adult world in the form of a “mission statement.”  Everyone, from businesses to churches, schools to service organizations, has a mission statement.   559 more words

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Wednesday of Jubilate—April 24, 2013

Today St. John speaks to us like a parent. When a parent knows a child is caught in wrong behavior, the parent first presents love to let the child know that forgiveness will happen if they confess their sin. 584 more words

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