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Equipping Today's Christians with the Timeless Truth of Christ - no summary
 
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Prepare yourself for God's love.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Gospel of the Blind Beggar.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Renouncing ourselves.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Materialism and material itself.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
The Church and spiritual progress.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Through the Cross, all hatred, hurt, and helplessness has been eliminated.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Remember the true nature of God's love and love itself.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
In our fallen state, we want to partake of the fruit of the vineyard without any regard for the care of the vineyard or respect for its owner.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
An inheritance cannot be earned through effort; rather, it is a gift bequeathed because of a relationship.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
It was in the midst of a storm that the disciples saw Christ in His power.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Each Liturgy, five loaves are gathered. Christ says to us, "Bring it to Me,"and a miracle occurs.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
The cry of the two blind men restored their sight; it is no different for us.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
The reality of God's presence, power, and purpose is made tangible in the mystery of our liturgical life.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Do we serve Christ and our fellow man unconditionally or with the expectation of something in return?By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Dare we, like the saints, stand before the world and those who would seek to destroy the Faith, and cry out "I am a Christian!"By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
On the day the Jews offered the first fruits to God, the Church received the first fruit of the Spirit.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
In this world we often seek life life from poisoned wells.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
The evil one wishes for us to define our life by its limitations; God desires for us to define our life by its possibilities.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Setting out to annoint the body of Christ, the women experienced the power of the resurrection of Christ. Our service to his body has the same result for us.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Judgment or joy is a matter of the heart—whether it chooses to receive or reject.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
When Christ entered the the holy city, many were seeking a king to bring them freedom and prosperity. What do we seek from our king?By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Being lifted into God's glory begins with an honest descent into ourselves.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
There is no word that better summarizes the purpose of Great Lent—or, indeed, our entire Christian journey—than "return."By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Great Lent can be a time of great spiritual growth or great spiritual loss. It depends on where you are looking.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
In the tiniest of fragments is the wholeness of truth: What a relic can teach us.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Zacchaeus shows us the path from self-centeredness to Christ-centeredness.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
In the waters of baptism, Christ reveals our true selves.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
All of creation prepares for His coming, but do we?By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
They can get in the way or be the way to dine with Christ.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
The answers stand before us each time we enter the church.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Our possessions can lead us down one of two roads—the road of thankfulness or the road of fear.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Like the woman with the issue of blood, we touch Christ's humanity; like Jairus's daughter, we are touched by His divinity.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Though the demons may not possess us, our culture can.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
God has planted all that is necessary if we are willing to work the harvest.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
For most of us, what we demand of others is exactly the opposite of what we ask for ourselves.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Christ challenges us to "cast our nets" into deeper waters, but in so doing provides us with the means to meet that challenge.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Stephen explains that the Cross is both an ugly instrument of death and a holy instrument of life.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Stephen explains that at the heart of the Orthodox faith is the realization that God so loved the world that he desired for us that which He originally intended.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Stephen answers this question with three additional questions that all Christians must ask themselves.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Stephen opens his new podcast with this homily about our loving and merciful Master's forgiveness. Will we choose to live with gratitude or in servitude?By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Stephen Rogers and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
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