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Homilies about Mark 12

You searched for sermons from the Book of: Mark 12
 
Be a Stone That Fits  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 12: 38–44
Summary: Jesus saw something extraordinary in the widow who inaudibly left her “mite” in the offering trumpet while others gave to great fanfare, and Jesus praised her action. How open are our eyes to the extraordinary things that happen each week in our church? Do we see? Do we praise?
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Just Give Me the CliffsNotes Version  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 12: 28–34
Summary: When asked to summarize his teaching, Jesus says we are called to love God and love people. One without the other is incomplete.
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The Powerful and the Powerless  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 12: 38–44
Summary: Jesus sat watching the powerful and the powerless give their offerings to God. He praised a poor widow who loved God so much that she gave her all. How would the Lord feel in regard to our spiritual condition? Whatever our economic status in life, should we not strive to be rich in the love and service of God?
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The People–Watcher  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 12: 38–44
Summary: While watching people at the temple, Jesus notices the difference between those whose religious practices are a sign of a genuine spiritual life and those whose practices are empty gestures. His comments give us a guide for assessing our own spiritual life, regardless of the religious label we put on ourselves.
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Putting First Things First  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 12: 28–34
Summary: Jesus helps an inquiring scribe understand what is most important in a life devoted to God, and we learn the importance of putting the things of God first in our lives.
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Look, I Was Just Wondering ...  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 12: 28–34
Summary: Jesus answers the question about the great commandment by quoting two laws that have a vertical and a horizontal component. We lift up our eyes and love God, and look around and love our neighbor. Vertical, horizontal? Sounds like a cross to me ...
B Proper 26 Proper 26 Ordinary Time 31 Pentecost 23 Palette
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Living Without Instructions  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 12: 28–34
Summary: Jesus summarized the Law of Moses in two commands: loving God and loving our neighbor. This summary and the Ten Commandments behind them give us what we need to make decisions in the ambiguous situations of life.
B Proper 26 Proper 26 Ordinary Time 31 Pentecost 22 Palette
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