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Friends, in a universe governed by God's providence, there is no such thing as “dumb luck” or coincidence. Therefore, his election and his choosing is not arbitrary or exclusive. Rather, when God invites his people to mission, he is not calling them for their own sakes, but for the sake of the whole world.
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Why God Chose You!

Friends, in a universe governed by God’s providence, there is no such thing as “dumb luck” or coincidence. Therefore, his election and his choosing is not arbitrary or exclusive. Rather, when God invites his people to mission, he is not calling them for their own sakes, but for the sake of the whole world.

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God’s Gift for You

Friends, from Genesis to Revelation, Scripture begins and ends on the principle of the primacy of grace. In the Christian religion, there is no such thing as “conditional love.” Rather, God gives freely, and it is our task to accept it. “All who are thirsty, come to the water!” And what is the water, but that which symbolizes divine life and ultimate joy?

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Those Who are Just Must be Kind

Source: Bishop Robert Barron via YouTube Those Who are Just Must be Kind — Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermon Friends, though it was considered foolishness to the world, the Lord revealed his all-embracing power in the outstretched arms of the crucified Christ. Though this act, God offered to us all the…

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When God Speaks

Source: Bishop Robert Barron via YouTube When God Speaks — Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermon Friends, God continually brings into being, by his creative Word, the universe in its totality. We do not inhabit a chaos; we inhabit a cosmos. But that Word also became flesh and dwelt among us. And…

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Collaborative Apostolate

Bishop Robert Barron writes: “Friends, the work of the Church depends on the collaboration of every believer, all of us working together. Scandals have led to suspicion—but this is a great tragedy. Instead, we must learn how to reach out to one another with special care and consideration”.

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Terror on Every Side

Source: Bishop Robert Barron via YouTube Terror on Every Side — Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermon Friends, what do we see in Jeremiah’s preaching and prophesying? That being a spokesperson for God can be a terrible task—yet it’s wonderful. It is the worst possible thing—but your heart would burst if you…