|God and neighbour||
[The] love of God, once welcomed, becomes the most formidable means of transforming our lives and relationships with others.
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That the right to enter was no longer restricted to the chief priests and elders ...signified that with Jesus, heaven had finally come down to earth.
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|The power to include||
To have the power to include, means that we also have the power to exclude, to reject others in any number of ways, to exercise authority in a way that robs others of their dignity.
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|Sustained by faith||
It is precisely when confronted by situations in which we feel powerless that we must be sustained by our faith in God, for whom nothing is impossible.
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|The other journey||
In the footsteps of Jesus, it is not the good things you do that matter; it is not the riches you give up. It is the gift of yourself ...
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|The living bread||
We learn that in giving we receive; when we grasp we lose; in forgiving we become free
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It is true that sometimes we know more than we think we do, but it is also true that there is a great deal we do not know.
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|The power of His arm||
“He has shown the power of his arm... routed the proud of heart... pulled down princes from their thrones and exalted the lowly”
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|Remembering the thirsty||
Often we drink deeply from the fountain, without a drop of concern for those who thirst ..
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|To listen and to love||
Failure in communication often stems from our inability to trust the other, to reveal what is in our hearts.
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