Tag Archives: forgiveness

Holy Week

“Whoever is without sin, should cast the first stone…” Jesus so easily says these words because He knows no one is without sin.  Yet we all love to point out others’ sins.  We love to seek revenge.  We love to … Continue reading

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Power of Forgiveness

Reflection based upon John 4:5-42 The Woman at the Well How many times have I decided not to share my faith because I am positive no one will believe what I say?  Even worse, people might laugh at my belief.  … Continue reading

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Degrees of Sin

Are there degrees of sinfulness?  Do you think that God makes a list of our sins and sets some sin apart from other sin?  Something like this… Debbie was a huge gossiper.  She spread lies about others all the time.  … Continue reading

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Pharisee versus Tax Collector

I loved this beautiful sermon on the scripture where the Pharisee cannot believe that Jesus would socialize much less forgive a tax collector. Fr Robert Barron puts a new twist on it that I just had to publish. One of … Continue reading

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Stomping Out Misery and Regret

I was thinking the other day about all the hurt and pain that people go through in a lifetime.  I can remember experiencing hurt at an early age, and I just never seem to get used to it even in … Continue reading

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Lenten Reflection Day 37

“Mommy, did you know that Jesus is everywhere? He is so strong too. Did you know that he washed people’s dirty feet? Then he served people a Thanksgiving like dinner. He was so polite. After he did all those polite … Continue reading

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Lenten Reflection Day 35

“Jesus, Remember me when I come into your Kingdom.” Those were the words that stood out to me at church this weekend. As Christ was hung on the cross, between two criminals, one of the criminals asks Jesus to remember … Continue reading

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Lenten Reflection Day 11

Acts 20:28 “Be on guard for yourselves and for all the flock, among which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to shepherd the Church of God which He purchased with His own blood.” Never doubt that you are to … Continue reading

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Wash My Feet, Jesus!

“Mommy, did you know that Jesus is everywhere? He is so strong too. Did you know that he washed people’s dirty feet? Then he served people a Thanksgiving like dinner. He was so polite. After he did all those polite … Continue reading

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The Other Side of Forgiveness

How do I make amends to someone that has hurt me deeply? I know it is a crazy question. I mean do I need to make amends to someone who obviously is the one who needs to ask for forgiveness? … Continue reading

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