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BÁNH SỰ SỐNG LC - ONE BREAD, ONE BODY PDF Print E-mail

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ONE BREAD, ONE BODY
Sunday, July 3, 2022, 14th Sunday Ordinary Time

Isaiah 66:10-14
Isaiah 66:10-14
Psalm 66:1-7, 16, 20
Luke 10:1-12, 17-20= "ĐỪNG MANG THEO TÚI TIỀN, BAO BỊ, GIẦY DÉP..." (CÂU 4)

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"Henceforth, let no man trouble me, for I bear the brand marks of Jesus in my body." —Galatians 6:17=

"TỪ NAY ĐỪNG AI LÀM PHIỀN TÔI NỮA, VÌ TÔI ĐANG MANG TRÊN MÌNH TÔI NHỮNG DẤU TÍCH CỦA ĐỨC GIÊ-SU".

Jesus died for our sins. If we had not sinned, there would have been no need for Jesus' sacrificial death on Calvary in atonement for our sins. In other words, when we commit sexual sin, gossip, eat too much, refuse to evangelize, or don't forgive, we are directly involved in Jesus' passion and death (see Catechism of the Catholic Church, 598).

All Christians accept the fact that our sins and Jesus' death are related, but for many this is only an idea or theological abstract. The Holy Spirit, however, will change that by convicting us of our sins (Jn 16:8) and taking us to the cross. Here we will experience deeply how our sins wounded Jesus even to death. The sins of the world will no longer amuse or entertain us (see Prv 10:23). We will be crucified to the world and the world to us (Gal 6:14).

This personal experience of the cross is not necessarily a mystical experience. The Holy Spirit may merely give us insight into the harm of subtle influences on our lives. The result of this will be a profound alienation from the sinful ways of the world. We will intensely hate sin (see Sir 17:21) and love sinners, as the Lord does.

Prayer: Father, send the Spirit to convict me of sin and alienate me from the ways of the world.

Promise: "The harvest is rich but the workers are few; therefore ask the Harvest-Master to send workers to His harvest." —Lk 10:2

Praise: "As to the raising of the dead, have you not read in the book of Moses, in the passage about the burning bush, how God told him, 'I am the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, the God of Jacob'?" (Mk 12:26) Lord Jesus, Your Resurrection gives us hope.

(For a related teaching on Crucified to the World, listen to, download or order our CD 40A-3 or DVD 40A on our website.)

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