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Monday of the 15th Week of the Year

Matt 10:34-11:1 Jesus: Cause of Division Vance Havner said: “A wife who is 85% faithful to her husband is not faithful at all. There is no such thing as part-time loyalty to Jesus Christ.” In relation to our gospel reading … Continue reading

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Tuesday of the 15th Week of the Year

Matt 11:20-24 Reproaches to Unrepentant Towns A lady, who had been a Communist from birth, is said to have asked a Christian businessman, “If you are a Christian, how have you lived differently from me today? When you go out … Continue reading

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Wednesday of the 15th Week of the Year

Matt 11:25-27 The Praise of the Father Jesus, in today’s gospel, thanks the heavenly Father for revealing to His disciples or to mere children the wisdom and knowledge of God and not to the wise and the learned. His prayer … Continue reading

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Thursday of the 15th Week of the Year

Matt 11:28-30 The Gentle Mastery of Christ Father Alfred Delp in his book, The Prison Meditations, said: “Only in God is man capable of living fully. Without God he is permanently sick. His sickness affects both his happiness and his … Continue reading

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Friday of the 15th Week of the Year

Matt 12:1-8 Picking Grain on the Sabbath Psychologist Alfred Adler says: “It is the individual who is not interested in his fellow men who has the greatest difficulties in life and provides the greatest injury to others. It is from … Continue reading

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Saturday of the 15th Week of the Year

Matt 12:14-21 The Chosen Servant There was a story of a young man replaces the flat tire of an older man’s car. When the old man offers money as payment for the assistance, the young man refuses and says: “Glad … Continue reading

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