Sermons by “Father Jeremy Miller”

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Patience and Waiting

Father Jeremy Miller: One of the hardest parts of life is waiting, but one of the best parts of life is having someone or something worth waiting for.

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Advent: Looking backwards and forwards

Father Jeremy Miller: Looking backwards in gratitude and looking forward with confident hope.

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Jesus is King

Father Jeremy Miller: Jesus’ kingship is very different. Jesus’ kingship is allowing himself to be overshadowed totally for the sake of the mission that he was given by the father.

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Laborare est Orare (To work is to pray)

Father Jeremy Miller: Our labor should carry some spiritual significance. Our work has the potential to be spiritually enriching.

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What about Zacchaeus?

Father Jeremy Miller: We no longer have to climb a tree to see Jesus, he already climbed the tree of the cross to find us.

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All Saints: Intercessors of the Faith

Father Jeremy Miller: God deliberately chooses to make other people partners in his plan of salvation, an enhancement of his power.

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Dealing with Difficult Passages in Scripture

Father Jeremy Miller: When we say, ‘The Word of the Lord,’ even after a tough passage, let’s trust that God was at work in the formation of the scriptures and that it still remains to this day an essential and valuable guide to our growth and the fulfillment of our potential as human beings.

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Great Things have Small Beginnings

Father Jeremy Miller: We know anything worth doing often has really small beginnings and only then blossoms later after hard work and dedication. It’s true with our spiritual life, too.

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The Greatest Poverty

Father Jeremy Miller: The opposite of poverty is not wealth. It’s community. The opposite of poverty is not affluence. It’s relationships.

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The Biblical take on Wealth

Father Jeremy Miller: God wants us to be responsible with our financial resources.

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