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Tuesday, July 5, 2022, St. Elizabeth of Portugal
St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria

Hosea 8:4-7, 11-13
Psalm 115:3-10
Matthew 9:32-38
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"BLOWING IN THE WIND"
"When they sow the wind, they shall reap the whirlwind." —Hosea 8:7

If we sow the wind, we will reap the whirlwind. We reap tornadoes, which bring destruction and chaos. Sowing the wind means blowing where we will (cf Jn 3:8), doing our own thing. If we act by our own authority and without God's approval, we will destroy ourselves (Hos 8:4). If we try to save our lives by taking charge of them and controlling them, we lose them (Lk 9:24-25) and destroy ourselves. If we give up doing our own thing and lose our lives to doing God's will, then we will save our lives.

Where have spiritual tornadoes wrecked your life? Is your marriage in ruins and your family in shambles? Is your parish in a state of confusion? Is your neighborhood marked by "disorderly conduct"? Tornadoes are repeatedly hitting our educational, political, and economic systems.

Spiritual tornadoes don't just "come out of thin air." They were caused, initiated, sown (Hos 8:7). We chased after the wind and wandered after our desires (Eccl 6:9). Repent of the wind of sin, rebellion, and self-centeredness. When the wind changes, the whirlwinds subside. The old song was right: "The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind."

Prayer: Father, replace the wind of rebellion with the wind of the Spirit (see Acts 2:2, 4).

Promise: "The harvest is good, but laborers are scarce. Beg the harvest Master to send out laborers to gather His harvest." —Mt 9:37-38

Praise: St. Elizabeth of Portugal became Queen of Portugal at an early age. Her royal status didn't stop her from serving the poor.

(Christian Home-Based Communities are essential for living in the world today and will assist you and your family as you navigate through this troubled world. July 25-27 and 27-30 are parts 1 and 2 of the teachings on forming these Communities. Call 513-373-2397 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .)

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Monday, July 4, 2022,

Hosea 2:16-18, 21-22
Psalm 145:2-9
Matthew 9:18-26
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BOLD, EXPECTANT FAITH
"Your faith has restored you to health." —Matthew 9:22

Both healings in today's Gospel passage display an astounding boldness. Both Jairus and the woman with the hemorrhage thought big; they believed big. Jairus asked Jesus to raise his daughter from the dead (Mt 9:18). The woman believed that merely touching Jesus, without bothering Him by engaging Him in conversation, would bring her healing (Mt 9:21).

Jesus was evidently pleased at their bold, expectant faith. To the woman, Jesus said: "Your faith has restored you to health" (Mt 9:22). Jairus said: "My daughter has just died. Please come and lay Your hand on her and she will come back to life" (Mt 9:18). Jairus knew his daughter was dead, yet he asked in great faith. "Jesus stood up and followed" Jairus (Mt 9:19). Jesus is ready to respond to such expectant faith.

The apostles and disciples were being threatened and persecuted. They gathered together and prayed in bold, expectant, and trusting faith. "The place where they were gathered shook as they prayed. They were filled with the Holy Spirit and continued to speak God's word with confidence" (Acts 4:31).

In one instance when a man had a son who was possessed by a demon, the man said to Jesus: "If You can..." Jesus immediately responded: " 'If you can'? Everything is possible to a man who trusts" (Mk 9:23). Are you unsure of Jesus' power and love? Respond as that man did: "I do believe! Help my lack of trust!" (Mk 9:24)

Prayer: Lord, "increase our faith" (Lk 17:5).

Promise: "I will espouse you to Me forever." —Hos 2:21

Praise: Obeying the Lord in regard to fasting, Carol saw a new outpouring of the Spirit in her life.

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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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CROSSED UP
"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.

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Saturday, July 2, 2022,

Amos 9:11-15
Psalm 85:9-14
Matthew 9:14-17
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RESTORATION PLUS
"Yes, days are coming, says the Lord, when the plowman shall overtake the reaper." —Amos 9:13

Amos' prophecy of the plowman overtaking the reaper envisions a time of incredible prosperity. The harvest will be so large that it would take both winter and spring to harvest the huge amount of crops. By plowing time next spring, the superabundant harvest would still not yet have been completely plucked from the ground! (Am 9:13)

Humanly speaking, such a superabundance seems impossible, but nothing is impossible with God (Lk 1:37). The Lord promises more than we can ever ask for or imagine (Eph 3:20). Note that Amos is prophesying overflowing restoration in the midst of a backdrop of ruin and destruction, referring to the "fallen hut" of the nation of Israel (Am 9:11).

Perhaps your marriage, family, or personal life is in "ruins" (Am 9:11). It is impossible for you to imagine any possible way to "restoration" (Am 9:14), much less superabundance. Yet the Lord speaks of peace to His people (Ps 85:9). Give your "fallen hut" to the Lord. Place your ruins on the altar as a sacrifice to Him. "Even if this should seem impossible" in your eyes, it is not impossible in God's eyes (Zec 8:6). "Trust in Him at all times, O My people!" (Ps 63:9)

Prayer: Father, may I believe in You as a mighty God of love.

Promise: "Near indeed is His salvation to those who fear Him." —Ps 85:10

Praise: George fasts so that his prayers may be more effective against the kingdom of darkness.

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(Get closer to God, read, study and pray the Bible. On July 18-21, we present How to Teach the Bible in the Power of the Holy Spirit. This is an inspired series of teachings that will equip you to share the Good News with others. Call 513-373-2397 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .)

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Friday, July 1, 2022, St. Junipero Serra

Amos 8:4-6, 9-12
Psalm 119:2, 10, 20, 30, 40, 131
Matthew 9:9-13: TA MUỐN LÒNG NHÂN CHỨ ĐÂU CẦN LỄ TẾ (CÂU 13)
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YEARN TO KNOW GOD
"I gasp with open mouth in my yearning for Your commands." —Psalm 119:131

During Mass, are we concentrating on the next sale at work or the ballgame that evening? (see Am 8:5) Amos urges us to listen intently to the Word of God, for a time is coming when there will be a famine for hearing the Word of God (Am 8:11). Those who live in countries where they are persecuted for their faith in God understand all too well the spiritual starvation in such a famine.

We must work at listening to God. Listening to the Lord sacrificially is a good thing. Still, God wants more from us than sacrifices (Mt 9:9, 13; 1 Sm 15:22). We are His beloved. He wants a more intimate relationship with us. For if we sacrifice for God, yet have not love, we gain nothing (1 Cor 13:3).

God wants us to yearn for His Word (Ps 119:131) with a yearning far deeper than that of a beloved longing to hear from a separated lover. The Lord wants us to listen to His Word and "long for" it (Ps 119:40), so we may not just know what is good, but also listen so as to know Him (Phil 3:8-10) and to love Him with our all (Lk 10:27). Our sacrificial service to Him and others will then flow out of a response to His amazing love. With the psalmist, tell God: "My soul is consumed with longing for Your ordinances at all times" (Ps 119:20). Yearn for His commands (Ps 119:131).

Prayer: "Speak, Lord, for Your servant is listening" (1 Sm 3:9).

Promise: "I have come to call, not the self-righteous, but sinners." —Mt 9:13: "TÔI KHÔNG ĐẾN ĐỂ KÊU GỌI NGƯỜI CÔNG CHÍNH, MÀ ĐỂ KÊU GỌI NGƯỜI TỘI LỖI". 

Praise: St. Junipero spent thirty-four years building up the Church in California.

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