11th Sunday after Pentecost

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    • The Unmerciful Debtor Mat 18 23 35
      1998
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    • 2000
    • 11th Sunday after Pentecost (mp3 format)
    • Parable Of The Unmerciful Debtor
      2002
    • 11th Sunday after Pentecost (mp3 format)
    • 2008-08-31
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    • Parable Of The Unmerciful Debtor
      2009-08-23
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    • 11th Sunday after Pentecost (HTML format)
    • Parable Of The Unmerciful Debtor
      2010-08-08
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    • 11th Sunday after Pentecost (mp3 format)
    • Have Patience With Me And I Will Pay Thee All
      Matthew 18-23-35
      2013-09-08
      SYNOPSIS:The Parable of the unmerciful debtor teaches us practical knowledge to help us forgive others. We present many practical ways of thinking and acting that help us forgive others, based upon the mystical meaning of the parable.
    • 11th Sunday after Pentecost (mp3 format)
    • Parable Of The Unmerciful Debtor
      Golden Rule Restated Do Unto Others As You Would Have God Do Unto You
      Matthew 18-23-35
      2014-08-24
      SYNOPSIS:The Parable of the Unmerciful Debtor has the obvious teaching that we must forgive others or we will not be forgiven. Its meaning is much deeper than that: it reveals the nature of God, and our nature, and gives us a sure and certain guide for ALL of our behavior. In essence, this parable is the "Golden Rule" restated in its perfect form: "Do unto others as you would have God do unto you."
    • 11th Sunday after Pentecost (mp3 format)
    • Unmerciful Debtor
      Self Knowledge
      Mat 18-23-35
      2015
      SYNOPSIS:At the end of the parable of the unmerciful debtor is a command to forgive others. Commands are not followed well unless they are understood. The parable explains why we must forgive others, if we are willing to hear. All commands have a reason, and they are based on the two most important pieces of knowledge a man can have: knowledge of himself and knowledge of God. the debtor was lost because he did not know himself. He did not remember his sins. Remembrance of our sins keeps us from many sins, and is critical to the fulfillment of the two greatest commandments.
    • Parable of the Unmerciful Debtor, repetition and the Transfiguration (mp3 format)
    • Parable of the Unmerciful debtor.
      Transfiguration
      Matthew 18:23-35
      2017-08-20
      SYNOPSIS:Subtle repetition in the story about the Unmerciful Debtor. The meaning of prison and the selling of his wife and children. The great (and common among men) sin of the debtor. More to the point, WHY do we do good to others? We give the best answer - not about commandmentís, or rules, or rewards or punishments. The Transfiguration, celebrated the day before, helps us to form the answer.
    • Parable of the Unmerciful debtor. Why forgive? Because of the Incarnation! (mp3 format)
    • Matthew 18:23-35
      2019-09-01
      SYNOPSIS:A homily by Priest Nicholas Park about the Parable of the Unmerciful debtor. He explains the purpose of the Incarnation, which is also the reason why we must forgive! 2019-09-01 Matthew 14:22-34



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