Today Jesus asks us who we say he is. If he’s your Lord and Savior, he will have you prove it by taking up your cross and following him.
In Christ’s exchange with Syrophoenician woman, we learn there is no human barrier (esp. race or gender) that keeps us from spirit-delivering love of God!
Today Jesus teaches us that our spiritual cleanliness doesn’t come from what’s outside us but from the heart.
Back to school with Jesus: when our Savior’s teaching rubs us the wrong way, how will you respond?
In marking feast of St Bartholomew, may show the same courage and evangelistic zeal as our patron. (Readings)
How does Jesus say we can have life? In his body and blood.
This past Sunday, we concluded our dive into the lives of Samuel and King David. We leave on a somewhat minor note, as we see that even though we are spared the eternal consequences of forgiven sin, the temporal consequences often impact beyond our own lives. But hard as this is to accept, the existence of hardship is often a mercy, as God is giving us time to see his goodness and come to repentance.