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Monday of the 14th Week of the Year

Matt 9: 18-26 The Official’s Daughter and the Woman with a Hemorrhage According to Dr. James Dobson in his book, Coming Home, Timeless Wisdom for Families, (1998, pp. 194-195) said that in the 13th century, King Frederick II conducted an … Continue reading

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Tuesday of the 14th Week of the Year

Matt 9:32-38 The Compassion of Jesus Many spiritual writers say as followers of Christ, the plight of any human being cannot be a matter of indifference. We must especially be concerned for those who are far away from God. They … Continue reading

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Wednesday of the 14th Week of the Year

Matt 10:1-7 The Mission of the Twelve Jesus in today’s gospel calls twelve of His disciples by name to be His apostles. He must have been very intimate with them, so close that He even gave them power and authority … Continue reading

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Thursday of the 14th Week of the Year

Matt 10:7-15 The Commissioning of the Twelve Jesus in today’s gospel commissions His disciples for a mission to speak in His name and to act with His power or to carry on the works which He does. It is followed … Continue reading

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Friday of the 14th Week of the Year

Matt 10:16-23 Coming Persecutions One of the best-loved psalms in the Old Testament is Psalm 23 by which part of it says: “The Lord is my Shepherd there is nothing I shall want,” (Ps. 23:2). The Bible mentions ‘sheep’ for … Continue reading

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Saturday of the 14th Week of the Year

Matt 10:24-33 Courage under Persecution One of the gifts of the Holy Spirit is ‘fear of the Lord.’ But this ‘fear of the Lord’ has nothing to do with fear in the ordinary sense of the word. This ‘fear of … Continue reading

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