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What does it look like when God seems to be saying "no" to us? Jesus' encounter with the Canaanite woman in Matt. 15 helps us to believe him even when he seems to be turning away.
In this last Sunday before the start of Lent, we consider the blindness of the disciples, and the sight of Bartimeus.
This Sunday we considered the parable of the sower, and the three types of soil that we can so easily and naturally become.
In this Septuagesima Sunday, we look at the parable of the laborers in the vineyard: transactions done according to the kingdom of this world, and transactions in the kingdom of heaven.
On this last day of the season of Epiphany, we climb the mountain of transfiguration.
In the storm, the disciples cried to the Lord "we are perishing!" So often we too, though we know God is faithful and true, wonder just how faithful he is in times of life's storms. Today we consider how the disciples had their doubts dispelled.
On this 3rd Sunday after Epiphany, we take a look at Jesus' encounter with two people: a leper, and a foreigner; and consider the faith they showed towards him.
In this second Sunday after Epiphany, we study the first miracle of our Lord; performed at a wedding in Cana.
On this 1st Sunday after Epiphany, we examine the Baptism of Jesus as recorded for us in the book of Matthew.
This first Sunday of the years falls on the feast of Epiphany; we give consideration then to the instances in scripture where Jesus appears after Christmas, yet before he begins ministry.
As we enter the new year of 2019, we consider the regrets of 2018, and seek to cast ourselves anew on Christ in the year to come.
Come and adore Christ with us, as we consider the mystery of his coming, his love, and his gospel!
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