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Homilies about Ordinary Time 6

You searched for sermons preached on: Ordinary Time 6, Cycle B
 
Able and Willing  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 1: 40–45
Summary: While God is clearly able to do anything, he is not always willing to do everything. When we pray, “Lord, thy will be done,” we concede that, perhaps, God will not act in ways that we think best. There is never any legitimate excuse for disobedience, even experiencing the miraculous. When the Lord’s directions are clear, we must not deviate from them, no matter how attractive the detour.
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Sometimes, You’ve Gotta Break a Few Laws  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 1: 40–45
Summary:  Just as Jesus healed the leper of his illness and his isolation, so the Risen Christ heals us of our alienation from God and one another. Christ then calls us to love others in the same daring way. The risen Christ will do what it takes to reach us.
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Letting Compassion Win  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 1: 40–45
Summary: Righteous indignation has an important role in the Christian life. Its energy can melt the ice of indifference. But once we have acknowledged our anger, would should let compassion, not wrath, win the day.
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The Wrath of Jesus and the Wrath of God  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 1: 40–45
Summary: This passage tells a story of God’s wrath that turns the usual stories of God’s wrath upside down. The wrath of Jesus, and the wrath of God, are aimed at those who would declare that sickness and disease are signs of God’s wrath.
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More Than Skin Deep  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 1: 40–45
Summary: Jesus heals a man of leprosy, a disease that made him ritually unclean and a social outcast. Jesus’ response shows his compassion for sufferers, and he restores the man to physical health and membership in the community. Jesus goes about his saving work, healing humanity of even deeper illnesses.
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Getting to Know Our Inner Leper  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 1: 40–45
Summary: This ancient story showcases Jesus’ compassion and provides a powerful message about asking for help. When we recognize our need and open our hearts to God’s healing presence, our lives and spirits can be renewed.
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