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Sermons on Ordinary Time 23

You searched for sermons preached on: Ordinary Time 23, Cycle B
 
Lazy Ear Syndrome  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 7: 31–37
Summary: Hearing requires more than having ears. There are and have always been those with ears to hear but they do not hear. Perhaps such deafness can be attributed to the fact that we tune out what we do not wish to hear. The deaf man in today’s gospel could be healed, because he could admit that he did not hear. Such an admission might also be the beginning of our personal and collective hearing.
B Ordinary Time 23 Palette
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Participating in the Conversation of Life  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 7: 31–37
Summary: Just as speech and participation in the conversation of life is a primary way we express our personal identity, so, too, speech and participation in the conversation of life is a primary way we express our identity as followers of Jesus Christ.
B Proper 18 Proper 18 Ordinary Time 23 Pentecost 14 Palette
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Rejoining the Conversation  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 7: 24–37
Summary: When Jesus healed the man who was deaf, he also restored him to wholeness, to his community and to relationship with God. God’s surprising grace comes into our lives as well, restoring us in ways that we never expected.
B Proper 18 Proper 18 Ordinary Time 23 Pentecost 14 Palette
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Watching the Healer at Work  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 7: 24–37
Mark 7: 31–37 for LFM
Summary: We can learn by watching the Great Physician, and perhaps prove to be his assistant.
B Proper 18 Proper 18 Ordinary Time 23 Pentecost 15 Palette
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A Way Out  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 7: 24–37
Mark 7: 31–37 for LFM
Summary: Jesus met a man confined by his impediments to a silent, frustrating situation. The man’s mind was fine, but there was no way for him to get what was in it out to the world around him. Jesus changed all that and gave him a way out. Even when we’re trapped in situations of birth, disease, accident or prisons of our own making, Jesus offers hope and a way out.
B Proper 18 Proper 18 Ordinary Time 23 Pentecost 15 Palette
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Rejoining the Conversation  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 7: 24–37
Mark 7: 31–37 for LFM
Summary: In healing the deaf man, Jesus restored him to wholeness, community and perhaps to worship. This act of healing represents the incursion of God’s kingdom, which will be marked by wholeness, peace and justice, into God’s broken creation.
B Proper 18 Proper 18 Ordinary Time 23 Pentecost 16 Palette
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