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Monday of the 31st Week of the Year

Luke 14:12-14 Invite the Poor There was a pastor of a protestant religion who was having difficulty with his assigned parking space on the church parking lot. People parked in his spot whenever they pleased, even though there was a … Continue reading

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Tuesday of the 31st Week of the Year

Luke 14:15-24 The Parable of the Great Feast An anonymous author wrote this beautiful reflection, God, Speak to Me, for us to reflect if we really give attention to the call and invitation of God to His banquet. It runs … Continue reading

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Wednesday of the 31st Week of the Year

Luke 14:25-33 Sayings on Discipleship Nathan C. Schaeffer of his, At Life’s Close, said that at the close of life, the question will not be: “How much have you gotten?” but “How much have you given?” Not “How much have … Continue reading

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Thursday of the 31st Week of the Year

Luke 15:1-10 The Parable of the Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin Henri Nouwen told a parable about an old man who used to meditate each day near the Ganges River in India. One morning he saw a scorpion floating … Continue reading

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Friday of the 31st Week of the Year

Luke 16:1-8 The Parable of the Dishonest Steward Carveth Mitchell told this story about a man who bought a parrot. He taught the bird to say one word and the word was, “Today.” When he got up in the morning … Continue reading

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Saturday of the 31st Week of the Year

Luke 16:9-15 Application of the Parable Bits & Pieces (July, 1991) said that a British publication once offered a prize for the best definition of a friend. Among the thousands of answers received were the following: “One who multiplies joys, … Continue reading

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