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Homilies on Proper 14

You searched for sermons preached on: Proper 14, Cycle B
 
Bread for the Soul  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 41–51
Summary: Jesus used an ordinary staple of life, bread, to illustrate the eternally satisfying nature of a dynamic relationship with him. God wants a relationship with us based on who He is, not necessarily on what he can do for us. We consume food to sustain our bodies, but only Jesus can satisfy the soul.
B Proper 14 Ordinary Time 19 Proper 14 Pentecost 9 Palette
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Some Things Don’t Change  Click here Click title to view sermon Ephesians 4: 30–32
Summary: We live in a changing world, but when we read Paul’s counsel for the Ephesians, we realize that the most important things don’t change.
B Proper 14 Ordinary Time 19 Proper 14 Pentecost 10 Palette
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Imitating God  Click here Click title to view sermon Ephesians 4: 25–5:2
Summary: The life of faith is not just a matter of awe and reverence for God and Jesus and the Holy Trinity; nor is it only a matter of having the correct answers to theological questions. The life of faith, Paul tells us, calls us to do the hard work of imitating God.
B Proper 14 Ordinary Time 19 Proper 14 Pentecost 10 Palette
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To Murmur or to Feed  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 41–51
Summary: Much of what Jesus said in his ministry provoked more murmuring than acceptance. This was true when he proclaimed that he is the bread that has come down from heaven. We are left with the choice to join those who murmur in the face of this truth or to accept his invitation to feed on his Word and sacrament.
B Proper 14 Ordinary Time 19 Proper 14 Pentecost 11 Palette
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Feasting on God  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 35–51
John 6: 41–51 for LFM
Summary: In a world that focuses on how we feed our bodies, Jesus invites us to nourish our spirits. We are invited to receive the bread of life.
B Proper 14 Ordinary Time 19 Proper 14 Pentecost 11 Palette
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Decoding the Bread of Life  Click here Click title to view sermon John 6: 35–51
John 6: 41–51 for LFM
Summary: When we’ve got a puzzle to solve, there comes a wonderful moment when suddenly we get it! In the Gospel of John, Jesus uses plain language to speak about who he is and what we are to become. Not everybody gets it. At first. But there is something wonderful waiting for us if we take the time for our spiritual eyes to focus on the one who declared, “I am the bread of life.”
B Proper 14 Ordinary Time 19 Proper 14 Pentecost 12 Palette
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