Sermons on “Patience”

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Expectations

Deacon Justin Moor: The expectations John the Baptist had for this long-awaited Messiah and Savior, are revealed in what John says in today’s Gospel reading when he sees Jesus coming toward him. John says, “Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world.”

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Tough questions for God

Father Jeremy Miller: God is big enough to handle all of our tough questions, precisely because he was small enough to enter into our world with us.

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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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Easter: We Belong Here

Father Jeremy Miller: However we got to the empty tomb this morning, we have a place there.

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We must go through the desert, if we want to reach the garden

Father Jeremy Miller: The entirety of Lent is entering into the 40 days in the desert with Jesus so that we come out on Easter a person that’s more ripe for growth, a person in the garden who’s more ripe for blossoming.

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Epiphany: The Three Gifts in 2019

Father Jeremy Miller: Let’s leave 2019 in a different way than we came.

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Make Straight a Highway for God

Father Jeremy Miller: When God looks at our heart, does he see a traffic jam or a construction zone?

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The Path to Spiritual Transformation

Father Jeremy Miller: We have to continue on our the journey of liberation and spiritual transformation and freedom, knowing that our God and this Eucharistic bread from heaven is always with us, intimately involved in our lives.

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Desperation for Jesus

Father Jeremy Miller: We come here every week to be desperate for Jesus, to know that we cannot fix everything in our life, to know that we are not in complete control and to place all of that at the altar, at the foot of Jesus, knowing that even if he doesn’t heal us immediately of the affliction we bring before him, we will receive the embrace of a God who loves us more than we could ever imagine.

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Easter Sunday: Arriving at the Tomb

Father Jeremy Miller: We are here because we value being at the empty tomb, but we are called to invite others and to help remove obstacles from others, to be able to enter the tomb with us.

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