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Homilies on Lent 4

You searched for sermons preached on: Lent 4, Cycle C
 
Be the Miracle  Click here Click title to view sermon Joshua 5: 9–12
Summary: Miracles are the solution of choice for many of us. Beyond that, we often even prefer that someone else provide them. But in many ways, we are called to be the source of the miracles for which we and others pray. This often calls for being the answer to our own prayers.
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Prodigious Love for Prodigal Sons  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 15: 1–32
Summary: When the prodigal son returned home, it may not have been an act of repentance, but a ploy to get back in his father’s good graces. His father probably was not fooled, but he lovingly welcomed the prodigal home anyway. God is like that, welcoming us to come be part of the family without first demanding our repentance. He invites us to the party in the hope that we will want to stay
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The Compassionate Father and the Angry Brother  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 15: 1–32
Summary: This parable, traditionally known as the Parable of the Prodigal Son, is really about three characters. We can all identify with two of them. We need to identify with the third.
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The Parenthood Fear Factor  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 15: 1–24
Summary: Becoming a parent makes one vulnerable to pain as rebellion, problems or hurt befall one’s children. The same is true for God, our Father. But that vulnerability factor also makes him ready to welcome us home, tell us he loves us, tell us he forgives us and tell us that supper is ready.
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Divided Inheritance  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 15: 1–32
Summary: There are three main characters in this story, which is a story about “church” as much as anything else: a “father,” a “prodigal son” and an “elder brother.” With which character are we identified? With which character shall we identify, as the church moves into an ever more uncertain future?
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