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Homilies on Ordinary 4

You searched for sermons preached on: Ordinary Time 4, Cycle B
 
An Extraordinary Day  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 1: 21–28
Summary:  Jesus’ initial public act of ministry in the synagogue at Capernaum called the community to realign its life and values around the announcement of the coming of God’s age of salvation. His ministry to us calls for a similar realignment from us.
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Letting Jesus Call the Shots  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 1: 21–28
Summary: Following Jesus means recognizing his authority in our lives, and using the authority derived from him to exorcise the unclean spirits of our age.
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The Take-Charge Difference  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 1: 21–28
Summary: What does the New Testament mean when it speaks of the authority that people saw in Jesus? Is this authority something that was available only to him, or is it possible that his followers might have at least a measure of it? And if so, what is the secret?
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You Too Can Be a Prophet  Click here Click title to view sermon Deuteronomy 18: 15–22
Summary:  We are being prophetic whenever we proclaim that God is always with us and will not desert us. We are also being prophetic when we urge people to listen when God is near.
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Are We Winning or Losing?  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 1: 21–28
Summary: We should never give in to despair, even when our efforts seem to make no real difference against the suffering of the world. Jesus’ victory over the unclean spirit teaches us that God ultimately will win the victory over evil.
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Jesus Keeps the Sabbath  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 1: 21–28
Summary: Our gospel reading is the first of six stories in the New Testament about Jesus healing on the Sabbath. Usually that provoked criticism. But if we look at the full significance of the Sabbath in scripture, we see that it was just the right time for healing to take place. It was a sign that the kingdom of God, the goal of creation, was breaking in. Now, in the renewal of creation brought about by Jesus’ resurrection, we are on our way to that goal and are called to be God’s instruments for the healing of the world.
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