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Homilies on Luke 2

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On Taking Our Angels Seriously  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 1–14
Summary: The question is not whether angels are real, but whether we embrace what they represent: the reality and goodness of the inner life where we meet God day after day.
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Amazing Grace  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 1–14
Summary: The story of the shepherds is the story of amazing grace.
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Are We There Yet?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 41–52
Summary: Becoming an adult in our faith journeys means taking responsibility for the way of life Jesus modeled for us.
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Blessed with Responsibility  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 15–21
Summary:  God gave Mary a unique responsibility. She was to nurture the Savior of the world in preparation for his mission. Like Mary, we have all inherited blessings through Jesus, but we have also inherited a measure of that same responsibility. We have been given responsibility towards others. We must keep Jesus alive in our hearts so that others may know him.
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Christmas Letdown?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 22–40
Summary:  The Sunday after Christmas doesn’t mean that Christmas is past; it means that the wonder and power of Christmas have just begun.
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Family Values?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 22–40
Summary: The first family of our faith gives pause for us to consider what exactly we are doing when we present a child to God or claim to have been presented to God ourselves. They also offer a measure of the family values of which we like to speak. The fact is that the values of the gospel do not always coincide with the values of the village in which our children are raised. Which set of values we instill by our example is the only real measure as to whether we have presented anything at all.
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From the Flocks to the Masses  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 15–20
Summary: Jesus’ birth is celebrated by shepherds. These unnamed shepherds are transformed from persons living on the margins to Jesus’ first witnesses in the world. Their actions model an authentic response to the good news of Jesus’ coming.
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Home But Not Alone  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 41–52
Summary: Families, whatever their structure, are the places where we are called to make holiness happen by becoming what God has made us to be. The tasks in bringing this about are not always easy, and in the process, we can be lost from each other. How we learn from these moments together can make our families what they are meant to be, holy families.
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A Community of the Desperate  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 1–20
Summary: Jesus’ birth announces to the world that salvation has come for those desperate for God. Jesus is not born in a center of world power or among the elites of his day. His birth occurs in a manger and his first witnesses are lowly shepherds. Jesus came to build a community of the desperate and he sends forth those whom he has touched to announce this good news to the world.
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Meet the Seniors  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 22–40
Summary: Most of us have learned something from the wisdom of those older than ourselves. Today we are introduced to two seniors who have something to teach us about our relationship with God.
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Important Family Values  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 22–40
Summary: Faith gives pause for us to consider what exactly we are doing when we present a child to God or claim to have been presented to God ourselves. They also offer a measure of the family values of which we like to speak. The fact is that the values of the gospel do not always coincide with the values of the village in which our children are raised. Which set of values we instill by our example is the only real measure as to whether we have presented anything at all.
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Remember When ... ?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 1–14
Summary: The individual stories surrounding the Nativity include our own accounts of our meeting the Christ of Bethlehem. And as we tell the story of our Christ encounter to those we love, we breath new life into Luke’s narrative.
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That’s Me in the Picture!  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 1–14
Summary: God did not enter history on Olympian heights. That means the Christmas story is our story. God’s story is our story.
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The Time Is Now  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 41–52
Summary: Jesus demonstrates the rare gift of being truly present to God, a gift we can cultivate in ourselves.
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Where on Earth Shall We Find Peace on Earth?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 1–14
Summary:  It still seems all but impossible to believe that, in the midst of the pomp and glory of Caesar and his commands, amongst angels surrounded by the armies of heaven confronting horrified shepherds ― we find God exactly where the Christmas story tells us we shall find God: in the flesh of a baby, wrapped in bands of cloth, using a feed-box for a crib.
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Low–Priority People  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 1–20
Luke 2: 1–14 for LFM
Summary: The familiar Christmas story of Joseph and Mary going to register in Bethlehem presents the affirmation that God chooses the powerless to bring a blessing to the world. God not only cares about the down-and-out, but works through them to give the Messiah to the world.
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Quietly Changed by Jesus  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 22–40
Summary: Throughout the events of Christmas, God used many ordinary people to bring the Good News to the world. In the process, their lives were changed as well. Today we look at Mary and Joseph, Simeon and Anna. Their lives were quietly changed because of their faithfulness to God and to Jesus.
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Just What the Doctor Ordered  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 41–52
Summary: With this scripture passage, we celebrate God’s gift of a family given to us as an example. The example may surprise us, but with God’s help, we may cease to ignore problems within our families and share our feelings in order to transform each other’s hearts and minds.
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Ingredients for a Christmas Pageant  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 2: 1–14
Summary: The Christmas pageant is as familiar to most of us as any memory we can bring to mind. And yet, have we really considered what makes this pageant such an insistent part of our lives? Have we given second thought to the characters, the scenes, and the audience?
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