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Homilies on Epiphany

You searched for sermons preached on: Epiphany, Cycle A, B, C
 
An Illogical Course   Click title to view sermon Matthew 2: 1–12
Summary: Epiphany is about the surprising and seeming illogical courses God lays out before us. Godís way is not the course of routine, of ritual, of tradition, of habit. And if we follow Godís will, chances are, our lives wonít take a logical course. While we search for meaning in the routine, God moves in an unexpected direction. Epiphany calls us to listen for and celebrate the unexpected and surprising paths God wants us to take.
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Chosen to Follow the Lord   Click title to view sermon Matthew 2: 1–12
Summary: Jesusí epiphany celebrates his manifestation to the world, but it also demonstrates how he was recognized for his unique role in salvation history. As Jesus was sent by God into our world and was recognized for who he was, so the Lord has chosen us to be his followers. Let us hear the Masterís call and willingly chose to follow him.
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Getting from Star to Stable   Click title to view sermon Isaiah 60: 1–6
Summary: Reason and what we can learn from the natural world can get us started on the road to Christ, but we need the churchís book, the Bible, to get the rest of the way there.
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God as Camel Driver   Click title to view sermon Isaiah 60: 1–6
Summary:  The familiar camels of Christmas cards and manger scenes are mentioned in the First Lesson for Epiphany. Camels in reality can be tough animals to deal with. But human beings are also pretty tough animals for God to handle, always wandering away and resisting Godís call, as Godís dealings with both Israel and the Gentiles show. The fact that God does deal with us, that the fulfillment of Godís promises depends on God and not on our co-operation, is why there is hope for Israel and the Gentiles and the whole creation
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Going Home a Different Way   Click title to view sermon Matthew 2: 1–12
Summary: While each year, nativity scenes depict the wise men at the stable, their visit may have come as much as two years later. Who were these mysterious men? Where did they come from? Did they know their gifts would hold as much significance as the church places on them? We can still learn much from these men who came seeking and worshiping the king of the Jews.
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High Resolution   Click title to view sermon Matthew 2: 1–12
Summary: Succeeding at the sort of change represented by New Yearís resolutions requires not so much willpower as a particular kind of focus.
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If Only I Had Known   Click title to view sermon Matthew 2: 1–12
Summary: Jesus came not to threaten us, but to save us and bring light in our darkness.
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Invitations from the Magi   Click title to view sermon Matthew 2: 1–12
Summary: The Magiís journey to Judea and encounter with Jesus invites us to find true life in Jesus. This is a life that is open to all.
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Leaving the Light On   Click title to view sermon Isaiah 60: 1–6
Summary: The light came upon the Israelites who had suffered through captivity in Babylon. The light of Christ has also come upon the people living in other places of darkness today. This light shines brightly in Epiphany when we bask in the glory of the Christ child.
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Seeing the Light and Sharing the Light   Click title to view sermon Isaiah 60: 1–6
Summary:  We donít want to have to live in darkness, and we long for light. The promise of the Isaiah text and the coming of the Magi point to the spreading of Israelís light to the whole world. Those who come to Christ are able to see the world as it really is, and are called to carry his light to others. Because he is the light of the world, we are to be lights to the world
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The Light Has Come!   Click title to view sermon Isaiah 60: 1–6
Summary:  Epiphany reminds us that Jesus Christ has come into the world as the Light for all humanity, and that nothing can extinguish this light.
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The Tube of Long Seeing   Click title to view sermon Matthew 2: 1–12
Summary: A good telescope brings distant things into focus. In somewhat the same way, the Bible brings Jesus into focus, helping us to learn what he has to say to us. In other words, the Bible enables us to have an epiphany.
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Daring to Follow the Light   Click title to view sermon Matthew 2: 1–12
Summary: Godís light is shining ó do we notice it? God is inviting us to discover new revelations ó are we willing to be surprised by God?
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