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Homilies on Luke 24

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Invisible in Plain Sight  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 24: 13–35
Summary: Two disciples don’t recognize Jesus on the road to Emmaus. Why? One reason might simply be that they saw him out of context. Why don’t we recognize Jesus all around us, in the ordinary people we serve and who serve us? Perhaps our eyes can be opened, as were those of the two disciples — we can see Jesus more clearly in the breaking of the bread.
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A Mystery to Ponder  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 24: 44–53
Summary: The Ascension is a mystery to ponder. This mystery is not other-worldly or ethereal; it leads us down a mysterious, but “real-life” path to a down-to-earth calling to proclaim a whole new understanding of life and a whole new way of life.
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The Telling Touch  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 24: ,–48
Luke 24: 35–48 for LFM
Summary: The risen Christ invites you to reach out and touch him.
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Too Good to Be True?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 24: 36–48
Summary:  Jesus’ resurrection is not merely a story of hope for the future nor something too good to have true impact on our lives today. It is a commission to participate in God’s plan of salvation. In light of Jesus’ resurrection, his church is called to mission. If Jesus is alive today, we can surrender all of our foibles, infirmities, sins, gifts, talents and ambitions to God and allow God to raise us to a new life in which we begin to embody Jesus’ values and reflect his character to the world around us, which so desperately needs voices of hope and light.
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Threshold of Mystery  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 24: 44–53
Summary: The Ascension is not a miracle to gawk at, but a mystery to ponder. This mystery is not other-worldly or ethereal; it leads us down a mysterious, but “real-life” path to a down-to-earth calling to proclaim a whole new understanding of life and a whole new way of life.
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The Right Pair of Glasses  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 24: 13–35
Summary: The two disciples who trudge back to Emmaus after the shocking events that culminated in Jesus’ death in Jerusalem are unable to recognize their risen Lord when he joins them on their journey. Their blindness seems to be caused not simply by the timely action of God, but by their preoccupation with other things and by their own failure to perceive what is truly the activity of God in the ordinary stuff of life.
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The Difference Easter Makes  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 24: 36–48
Summary:  The Easter story doesn’t end on Easter Sunday; it just begins! That’s why the church calendar speaks of the second, third, and fourth -- and continuing -- Sundays of Easter. Because Easter isn’t a day to celebrate and forget; it is a day that has changed everything. And we are its witnesses.
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Talking About Jesus — Without Being Embarrassed  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 24: 36–48
Luke 24: 35–48 for LFM
Summary: For most of us, being a faithful witness doesn’t mean buttonholing strangers or holding prayer meetings at work. It does mean that when another person has opened up his or her life and invited us in, we be willing to tell about the Lord who means so much to us.
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Recognition: Living the Rest of the Story  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 24: 13–35
Summary: What is it that kept those disciples on the way to Emmaus from recognizing Jesus as he stood there among them? What is it that keeps us from recognizing him? We can confront our own lack of recognition in the same way those early disciples and apostles did, as we prepare ourselves for a new day.
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Handling Great Sorrow  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 24: 13–35
Summary: Losing by death a dear relative or good friend is cause for great sorrow. The two men who were disciples of Christ walking on the road to Emmaus were “looking sad.” They had lost their best friend, Jesus. The hopes and dreams seemed to be crushed. They did three things that helped: They took action, they shared their grief and they invited Jesus to stay with them.
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Anagnorisis  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 24: 13–35
Summary: What is it that keeps us from immediately recognizing the risen Christ? We don’t know for sure. We can be assured, however, that he is here among us, even when we don’t recognize him. If we keep faithful, the moment will come when we do recognize him. And our lives will be changed forever.
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