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Homilies about Advent 4

You searched for sermons preached on: Advent 4, Cycle B
 
Prepare Him Room  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–38
Summary: Incarnation is what Christmas is all about. God took the initiative to establish room in us for him to dwell, so that we can be the people he wants us to be.
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Perceiving God’s Presence and Answering the Call  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–38
Summary: As Christmas approaches, the story of the Annunciation challenges us, as the angel Gabriel challenged Mary, to find God in unlikely places and to courageously respond in positive ways to his call.
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The Heroism of Small Steps  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–38
Summary:  Although many of today’s Christmas observances are based in fantasy, and although even the story of the Annunciation has fantastic elements, at Christmas all of us still face the burdens and decisions of living life in the real world. Mary, in taking her first small but heroic step toward God’s destiny, is a model for our faithful living in whatever real circumstances we face. When we take those steps with her, we begin to know the true dimensions of Christmas joy.
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The Thinker Mary  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–38
Summary:  A person does not need to be able to agree with every detail doctrine to be Christian. A person does need to submit himself or herself to Christ to be a Christian
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Ready for Christmas?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–38
Summary: A few days before Christmas, people may be wondering if they’re ready for the holiday. Real readiness is a matter of being open to receive God’s gift that we celebrate that day. Mary, the young woman who first received that gift, can help us to be prepared. She is surprised by being favored by God, but willing to rely on that favor and the God who gives it.
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Templed in Flesh  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–38
Summary: It’s a wonder and a mystery that God uses frail human flesh to communicate divine love to the world in Jesus Christ.
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