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Homilies about Easter 3

You searched for sermons preached on: Easter 3, Cycle C
 
Catch and Release  Click here Click title to view sermon John 21: 1–19
Summary:  Jesus calls us to him and then sends us forth to serve. The meaning of that service may be found in the words, “Feed my sheep.”
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John: The Final Chapter  Click here Click title to view sermon John 21: 1–19
Summary: Some books end with an epilogue, an additional chapter that tells us what happened to the characters in the story and ties up a few loose ends. When, years later, the evangelist John added an extra chapter to his gospel, it was with the intent of clearing up whom we serve, to whom we’re sent and how far we should be ready to go to live the Good News of Jesus.
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I Was There: Peter  Click here Click title to view sermon John 21: 1–19
Summary: In this first-person narrative, Peter tells us that Jesus’ resurrection changed everything. That means that we who follow Jesus are Easter people. It means we give up to Jesus our guilt over past failures. It means we must love one another and shape our lives according to Jesus’ life. His resurrection means that he has defeated death and thus does not leave us without his help as we follow him.
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Revelation Is Good for You, Like Vegetables Are  Click here Click title to view sermon Revelation 5: 11–14
Summary: Reading a difficult text like Revelation provides an antidote to the consumeristic lifestyle that we lead and allows us to know — and trust — that God’s love is real.
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Taking Care of Old Business  Click here Click title to view sermon John 21: 1–19
Summary: Peter’s shame and guilt over his denial of Jesus on the eve of the Crucifixion became “unfinished business” between him and the resurrected Jesus. But without even waiting for Peter to apologize, Jesus gave Peter an opportunity to reaffirm his love. When Peter had done that, Jesus pointed him toward the new business of shepherding the growing Christian flock. Similarly, Jesus helps us clear up old business that hangs between our self and others, and between our self and him, so that we can move into the future where he wants us to be.
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