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Discerning God's Will

S (Scripture): Matthew 12:1 At that time Jesus went through the grain fields on a Sabbath. His disciples were hungry, and they began to pick heads of wheat and eat them. 624 more words

Digging Daily

Listening Prayer for Littles

Isn’t it crazy how a parent can understand the incoherent babble of a toddler or preschooler when no one else can? Why is that? Because they spend a lot of time listening, they have practiced, and because they really want to understand the child. 478 more words

For Your Family

To Know The Truth

Sometimes it’s difficult to see the truth in a situation. We have trouble discerning what is our own will and perspective and what is real truth. 224 more words

My Life With God

Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (January 31st, 2016)

The Church’s first scripture for today is an excerpt from the Old Testament Book of the Prophet Jeremiah.

Jeremiah was the great prophet whom the Lord raised up during a terrifying time in the history of the Israelites. 1,636 more words

Sunday Homilies

Chautauqua

As I hinted at earlier, this whole blog is by way of a Chautauqua, in that it covers many things and hopefully in its meanderings, throws some light. 246 more words

Liberation

Are You Prepared?

Frank Turek, author of “Stealing from God” wrote:  “the amazing evidence of God’s sovereignty is revealed in how even those who don’t believe in Him call upon Him to remind them of the source that paved the way to their disavowal of belief in His existence.” 238 more words

The Balance of Power

Today’s readings reflect on the question and content of authority. In the Hebrew Scripture (1 SM 8:4-7, 10-22) the elders of Israel come to Samuel in his old age and insist that they need a king to rule – as is the case in other nations. 452 more words