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Homilies on Luke 9

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How Wild It Is  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 51–62
Summary: Following Jesus is a tough journey, requiring us to respond to rejection with love, while sacrificing comfort and security. But the end of the road is new and everlasting life.
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Real Presence, Real Food  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 11–17
Summary: On this day, we remember the institution of that Blessed Sacrament by which Jesus feeds us. In this passage, we are shown that Jesus feeds us so that we may feed the crowd — the world that comes to his door seeking salvation, healing and wholeness.
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He Stands Alone  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 28–36
Summary: We are always looking for that to which we can compare Jesus so that we can understand him better. The Transfiguration event tells us that Jesus Christ is beyond comparison.
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The Starfish Lesson  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 11–17
Summary:  Though the overwhelming numbers of hungry people in the world may leave us feeling powerless to help, we have more power to make a difference in a hungry world than we might think.
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The Blinding Glare of Certainty  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 28–36
Summary: We have to make the best decisions we can, but most of the time, certainty about the outcome -- and often even about the rightness of the chosen solution -- is not possible. But we can look at those few things about which we can be positive, and thank God that those are given for our benefit and to assure us that we are not alone in this world
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Not a Summer Sermon  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 51–62
Summary: Even in the pleasant days of summer, we ought to make commitments that are good for every season.
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Jesus’ Exodus, Our Exodus  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 28–43
Summary: On the Mount of Transfiguration, Moses and Elijah spoke with Jesus about the “departure,” the exodus that he would accomplish at Jerusalem. The word calls up the memory of the great saving event of the Old Testament, the Exodus from Egypt through the sea. It was really a creative event, in which God formed Israel as God’s own people. The new Exodus that Jesus will bring about, enacted in the traditional observance of Lent and Easter, is an act of new creation.
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Feed Them Yourselves  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 11–17
Summary: Praying for hungry people is one thing, but doing something to be God’s answer to our prayer makes our prayer complete. When the disciples told Jesus about the hungry crowd, Jesus said, “Then get them some food yourselves!” In light of the world of haves and have-nots, Jesus may well be telling us that same thing.
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Prior Commitments and Present Contact  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 51–62
Summary: It is the combination of our initial commitments to God coupled with frequent ongoing contact with him that helps us know how to live and how to behave in the difficult situations of life.
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Prelude to Easter  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 2–9
Summary:  The Mount of Transfiguration is beyond both our comprehending and our imagining. But it’s only a prelude to Easter, and it’s as Easter people that we can grasp it.
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Only One Body of Christ  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 11–17
Summary: The story of the multiplication of the loaves and the fish is as much about lessons to be learned as it is a miracle to be marveled. It is not only an assurance that God still feeds us, but also our call as members of the body of Christ to feed others. The body of Christ in the Eucharist does not stand apart from his body in the world.
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But As for You ...  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 51–62
Summary: To follow Jesus is to step into an unknown in which the only certainty is uncertainty. This is true even now, 21 centuries after the encounters we hear about in these passages. Nevertheless, Jesus’ call to us is just as urgent now as it was then, and the obstacles we put in our own way are just as real.
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Asleep on the Edge of Glory  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 9: 28–43
Summary: We may miss one of God’s very special moments because of weariness or some common distraction.
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