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Homilies about Proper 16

You searched for sermons preached on: Proper 16, Cycle C
 
Bent Double  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 13: 10–17
Summary: The story of a healing in a synagogue calls us to try to see those who are bend double by circumstances or prejudice or the blindness of society and, insofar as possible, put ourselves in their shoes. Once we have done that, we will be in a good position to see how we can go about loving those particular neighbors.
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God in the Worst Sense  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 13: 10–17
Summary: Jesus healed a woman on the Sabbath day. He was thoroughly chastised by the ruler of the synagogue, who said that one should not do such a deed on the Sabbath. It was “working” on a holy day. But Jesus believed that the Sabbath was meant to be a blessing for people, a time for showing love to God and to others. A time of rest and renewal. Therefore, he was certain that love should always win over legalisms. We should take the same attitude. We should also see our Sabbaths as a blessing, never as a chastisement.
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Look Up and Live!  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 13: 10–17
Summary: Jesus desires that we live lives of health, wholeness and freedom.
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The Fire of Love  Click here Click title to view sermon Hebrews 12: 18–29
Summary: When we come to comprehend the love of God, we will understand that our God is a consuming fire.
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There Was a Crooked Woman ...  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 13: 10–17
Summary: Jesus met a woman afflicted for 18 years with crippling pain and disfigurement. In one instant, he healed her and set her free from both the pain and the debilitating state of her body and soul. Not everyone was pleased. Jesus broke the “rules” but changed lives forever. The good news is that Jesus still heals those who are broken and in pain.
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Listening to an Unpopular Voice  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 13: 10–17
Summary: Although we celebrate Jesus’ compassion toward the disabled woman in the text and rejoice in her healing, we should take care that we do not use our freedom from rigid Sabbath observance to neglect setting aside time for God.
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