Texts: Acts 4:32-35; Psalm 133; 1 John 1:1 – 2:2; John 20:19-31 Call to Worship The Word of life spoke: so we could hear the 'Alleluias!' of the angels. The Word of life reached out: so we could touch the hope which heals us.
As God had breathed into nostrils of the man formed from the dust of the ground, making him a living creature (Genesis 2:7), Jesus breathed on the those frightened disciples who had locked themselves in.
The disciples who had seen Jesus believed, but Thomas hadn't been there the day Jesus had shown up. "I need to see for myself. I've got to put my finger on the spot where the nails were," he told them.
It's odd reading this passage in the same week that Americans' income tax is due. Now, the government wants a lot. Then the church wanted it all. Remember: no social security, no medicare, no unemployment insurance.
Mary had told them that she has seen the risen Jesus, but they are afraid anyway. A sermon was not enough to liberate them from their fears. Jesus came to them, anyway. We may still not be willing to start our lives anew.
Year B - Christmas Day or Blessed BodyDecember 25, 2014 John 1:1-14 We get to where we are as a result or consequence of such a long string of events and decisions that we sometimes get caught in the mystery of pre-eternity (everything from as far...
1st Sunday of Advent YEAR B: November 30, 2014 First Reading: Isaiah 64:1-9 Taming Horrible Harry by Lili Chartrand (Written for ages 4-8) Comment: Isaiah describes a majestic and powerful God, a God who does amazing things.
The words of the commentator to Homily Service for this Sunday in 2008 are true still today. All the problems of today are the same problems. They will persist… and so will the light that we celebrate coming into the world.
Year B - Advent 1 or Needed Change 1November 30, 2014 Mark 13:24-37 In these days of suffering for so many everywhere in the world it is as if the sun has been darkened, making such suffering invisible to those who could change it.
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