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Homilies about John 2

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Revealed Through Actions  Click here Click title to view sermon John 2: 1–11
John 2: 1–12 for LFM
Summary: Through his actions, Jesus shows us how to live as disciples and share the bounty and grace of God.
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Primary Tasks  Click here Click title to view sermon John 2: 13–22
John 2: 13–25 for LFM
Summary: Jesus found the temple turned into a market. Is that what the church is supposed to be? Jesus said the church is his Father’s house where he is to be worshiped.
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Zeal for Our House  Click here Click title to view sermon John 2: 13–22
Summary: Jesus cleared the temple of the moneychangers and the sacrifice sellers, but that was not to condemn us for selling tamales or cookies on parish grounds after Mass. It was to protect the rights of the poor, who are the Savior’s children.
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Wishing for More Wine and Less Anger  Click here Click title to view sermon John 2: 13–22
John 2: 13–25 for LFM
Summary: Although we prefer the story of Jesus turning water into wine, we need to hear of how Jesus confronts the animal-sellers and money-changers. Jesus’ good wine fills our emptiness, but Jesus’ confrontation of our compromises enables us to face the things in us we need to change. Because we trust Jesus to offer us good wine, we can trust Jesus to cleanse and overturn the things in us and the church that keep us from genuine worship.
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The Only Miracle You'll Ever Need  Click here Click title to view sermon John 2: 13–22
Summary: When Jesus turned over the exchange tables in the temple, the people there demanded a sign from him to prove that he had the authority to take such an outrageous action. The only sign he would eventually give them would be his resurrection. Today, God does not want us to base our faith on miracles, which sometimes do not come at the needed time. Instead, The Lord wants us to base our faith in the character of God and the certainty of Jesus’ resurrection.
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Signifying, Purifying, Partying  Click here Click title to view sermon John 2: 1–11
John 2: 1–12 for LFM
Summary: In this story of Jesus’ “coming out” at a wedding in a small town in Galilee, we are given a foreshadowing of what Jesus will do on behalf of God’s people. Jesus’ presence with us is a sign, pointing beyond itself to a new kind of purification. Our only response to this new kind of purification needs to be celebration — a party welcoming to our midst the very presence of God.
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Quiet Heroes  Click here Click title to view sermon John 2: 1–11
Summary: At the wedding Jesus attended, the miracle of turning water to wine was possible because the servants obeyed Jesus. We can bring no greater gift to Jesus than our obedience. Whatever else we bring, however great it may be, if obedience is lacking, our gift is a poor one. That’s because obedience is the working expression of faith.
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Looking for a Sign  Click here Click title to view sermon John 2: 1–11
Summary: The first sign of Jesus’ kingdom, which occurred at the wedding in Cana of Galilee, is the surprise of joy.
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Christianity’s Gigantic Secret  Click here Click title to view sermon John 2: 1–11
Summary: In narrating the miracle at Cana, John intends us to learn far more than that Jesus had the ability to work miracles. He wanted us to know that the best means of salvation had come, and that that is the root of real joy.
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Christ–Like  Click here Click title to view sermon John 2: 13–22
Summary:  When Jesus drove the moneychangers out of the temple, he was not simply letting his human side show and blowing his top. He was actually being Christ-like in insisting that the Father be treated as holy. Likewise, we are being Christ-like as we seriously work to model our lives on Christ Jesus.
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