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Eating Flesh and Blood

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John 6:51-58                                                       “Those who eat my flesh and drink my blood have eternal life, and I will raise them up on the last day.” That almost sounds like a scene out of Ann Rice’s book and movie, “Diary of a … Continue reading

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The Gospel According to Jesus

       The word “gospel” in Christian circles has developed a meaning of its own that goes beyond the original definition. This impacts the way people understand it.      Jesus came to Galilee, preaching the gospel… (I’m basing this post … Continue reading

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Your Authority to Choose

  Mark 1:21-28      At one point in history, Aristotle was regarded as the greatest thinker of all time. For almost two thousand years, people believed Aristotle was right when he said that the heavier an object was, the faster … Continue reading

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Under the Fig Tree of Scriptures

  John 1:43-51                                                      An average fig tree is about fifteen feet tall and its branches spread out about twenty-five feet wide. It acts a little bit like an umbrella, creating a cozy space underneath that is almost like a … Continue reading

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Doing Your Part in Baptism

  Mark 1:4-11      Baptism is one of the rites Christians around the world share in common. It’s one thing that unifies us. If you meet a Catholic in Nova Scotia. He was baptized. If you meet a Pentecostal in … Continue reading

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Mary – Favored by God

  Luke 1:26-38                      And the angel Gabriel said to Mary, “Greetings, favored one.”  When I think of being ‘favored,’ I tend to think that I have done something that has pleased another person.  I also think that I what … Continue reading

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God is Light

  John 1:6-8, 19-28      Chaim Potok was a writer; an extremely religious man. He was a Jew and from an early age, Potok knew he wanted to be a writer. But his mother wasn’t convinced. When he went away … Continue reading

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Doing Your Part in Baptism

Mark 1:1-8                                                   Baptism is one of the sacred rites Christians around the world share in common. It’s one thing that unifies us. We can all say we were baptized in Christ. If you meet a Catholic in Nova Scotia, … Continue reading

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Eternal Life isn’t Eternal

Matthew 25:31-46      Does it make any difference to anyone (preachers included) that the concepts of the kingdom of heaven and eternal life have been so misconstrued over the centuries that we miss proclaiming the true life God wants for us … Continue reading

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The Day of the Lord and the Kingdom of Heaven

Zephaniah 1:7, 12-18 / Matthew 25:14-30 How long has it been since you’ve heard or said these words: “You just wait ‘til your father gets home! He’ll make you pay for the way you’ve been acting!”? We hear the same … Continue reading

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