26th Sunday after Pentecost

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    • Harvest Of A Rich Man
      1997
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    • 26th Sunday after Pentecost (mp3 format)
    • 2003
    • 26th Sunday after Pentecost (mp3 format)
    • The Parable Of The Rich Man Whose Ground Brought Forth Plentifully
      An Urgent Question We Must Answer; What Shall I Do
      Ephesians 5:9-19, Luke 12:16-21
      2007-11-25
    • 26th Sunday after Pentecost (Word DOC format)
    • 2008-12-14
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    • 26th Sunday after Pentecost (Word DOC format)
    • 2009-12-06
    • 26th Sunday after Pentecost (mp3 format)
    • Parable Of The Harvest Of A Rich Man
      2009-12-06
    • 26th Sunday after Pentecost (mp3 format)
    • Harvest Of The Rich Man
      Luke 12-16-21
      2010-12-04
      SYNOPSIS:The Parable of the Harvest of a rich man should be read in context, as it is in the middele of important teaching about how we shuold regard wealth and the things we should value. The context of the parable is discussed, and then follows an exposotion of the symbolism and moral teacing of the parable. This year (2010), We read this the 28th Sunday after Pentecost, on the 28th Sunday of Luke, since we follow the Julian Calendar and the Lukan jump.
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    • Harvest Of A Rich Man
      Plenty Of Time Remembrance Of Death
      Luke 12-16-21
      2010-12-06
      Also in Format: Word DOC
      SYNOPSIS:An excellent homily by Fr David Moser on the parable of the harvest of the Rich man and the remembrance of death. Let us compare oursleves to the rich man and see if we also live as if we had plenty .
    • 26th Sunday after Pentecost (Word DOC format)
    • See Then That Ye Walk Circumspectly Not As Fools But As Wise Redeeming The Time
      Ephesians-5-9-19
      2011-12-10
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    • 26th Sunday after Pentecost (mp3 format)
    • Parable Of The Harvest Of A Rich Man
      What Shall I Do
      Luke 12-16-21
      2012-12-02
      SYNOPSIS:The Parable of the Harvest of a Rich man has an important question which the rich man asks wrongly and we MUST ask rightly, many times each day: "What shall I do?" We examine this question, how is is asked wrongly most of the time, and how we must ask it, in order to be "rich towards God".
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    • He Thought Within Himself What Shall I Do Because I Have No Room Where To Bestow My Fruits
      Harvest Of The Rich Man
      Luke 12-16-21-Ephesians 2-4-10
      2013-12-01
      SYNOPSIS:There are questions in Scripture we should never ask, but must answer (we must answer all questions in Scripture!). For example, in the Gospel today, the parable of the harvest of the rich man, wondering about his harvest, "He thought within himself, saying, What shall I do, because I have no room where to bestow my fruits?" We answer this important question, and also bring in the words of the Apostle Paul read today which apply: "For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: 9 Not of works, lest any man should boast. For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them." We were born to become good, and do good, because God is good. If we do not understand this, we have not understood Christianity.
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    • All Things That Are Reproved Are Made Manifest By The Light For Whatsoever Doth Make Manifest Is Light
      Ephesians 5-9-19
      2013-12-21
      SYNOPSIS:Exegesis of Ephesians 5:9-19. There are moral requirements placed upon a Christian - things he should do and not do. Why? This passage explains. It also, in a mystical way explains the reason for confusion and despondency and similar ailments they are common in modern man: "All things that are reproved are made manifest by the light: for whatsoever doth make manifest is light."



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