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No Such Thing as Irreversible Damage in Christ
Victory is not so much conquering but reversal. With the temptations, we are never alone. With Christ, there is no such thing as irreversible damage.
Click to hear the homily.Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the UniverseIn the bible, the king is majestic, beautiful.How does beauty saves us,How is Christ the king, majestic on the cross?If Christ rules over our hearts, what beautiful thing happens inside us?Are we being carried away by a kingdom of false beauty or carried along by the kingdom of true beauty?1 Pt: It was not any cleverly invented myths that we were repeating when we brought you the knowledge of the power and the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ; we had seen his majesty for ourselves. He was honoured and glorified by God the Father, when the Sublime Glory itself spoke to him and said, ‘This is my Son, the Beloved; he enjoys my favour.’ We heard this ourselves, spoken from heaven, when we were with him on the holy mountain.
A Brief Reflection
For those involved in Bible Study - Part One
Bible study is accessible to everyone, is encouraged and is not difficult to read or understand in most cases.
Bible study is like medicine , good for the soul. However , every medicine comes with a caution on the label.
Good to know what the caution is.
Keep in mind, the Bible is not the whole Christ. Christ is the Word of God speaking to us through the Bible and the people of God(the Living Tradition, succession of the Apostles). We must always be in touch with the whole Christ when we read the Bible. There are other areas of caution that may be good to know.
If you read the bible on your own or in a bible group, maybe this little five minute message can help.
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What can we learn from Christ from this particular gospel?
That's part of what we can learn from this gospel.
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Power of Divine “Love you"
Click to hear the homily.30th Sunday Ordinary TimeStrengthening TrustLk 18: 9-14Grace like water flows downhill to lowly places and the cry of the lowly pierces the clouds. Sometimes personal and national trials or tribulations put us in that lowly place where grace flows.
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