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Homilies on Ordinary Time 21

You searched for sermons preached on: Ordinary Time 21, Cycle B
 
Nowhere Else to Turn  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 60–69
Summary: When Peter asks, “Lord, to whom can we go?” he is articulating a bedrock affirmation of the Christian life: that we are radically dependent on Jesus. It is only when we truly accept the fact of our utter dependence on him that we are freed to do real evangelism.
B Proper 16 Ordinary Time 21 Proper 16 Pentecost 12 Palette
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Showdown at Sermon Time  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 60–69
Summary: If our Christian faith were put to a showdown, would we stay with it? What have we found in Jesus Christ that we couldn’t find anywhere else?
B Proper 16 Ordinary Time 21 Proper 16 Pentecost 11 Palette
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Tell Me You Didn’t Say That!  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 56–69
John 6: 60–69 for LFM
Summary: The words of Jesus may shock us on occasion, but when some disciples turned away from Jesus because his words were too difficult, Simon Peter declared that no other has the words of life, or is the Messiah, the Holy One of God. He was right.
B Proper 16 Ordinary Time 21 Proper 16 Pentecost 13 Palette
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Why Follow Jesus Christ?  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 56–69
Summary: By his very nature, Jesus is a question that demands an answer.
B Proper 16 Ordinary Time 21 Proper 16 Pentecost 12 Palette
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God, We’ve Been Searching for You  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 56–69
John 6: 60–69 for LFM
Summary: Jesus offers us an address for God, a flesh-and-blood location. He is where God and people come together in communion, in the community of faith and in the words of the Bible.
B Proper 16 Ordinary Time 21 Proper 16 Palette
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Spirit–Speakers  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 56–69
John 6: 60–69 for LFM
Summary: Powerful communication comes from allowing the Spirit to speak through us, sharing a message of service, sacrifice and eternal life.
B Proper 16 Ordinary Time 21 Proper 16 Palette
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