Category Archives: John 14:15-31

Cursed by God

“If any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be Anathema” (1 Corinthians 16:22 – KJV) “If anyone does not love the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be accursed.” (1 Corinthians 16:22 – NKJV) Anathema. Accursed. Sobering, frightening words. Not … Continue reading

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Who Do You Really Love?

Many men say they love their wives. Yet . . . Instead of working hard, they burden their wives with supporting the family. Instead of diligently disciplining their children, they leave it all up to their wives. Instead of speaking … Continue reading

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The Spirit Who Leads into All Truth

MP3 Audio:  WS330292x_Fr-Michael_The-Spirit-Who-Leads-into-All-Truth.mp3 This homily was preached on Pentecost Sunday morning, June 23, 2013, at Christ the King Orthodox Church in Omaha, Illinois, by Fr. Michael Keiser. During this same service, Russ Lazarus Leo was Chrismated into the Orthodox Church. ~ Gospel … Continue reading

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Out of Sight

MP3 Audio:  WS330289_Dn-Joseph_Out-of-Sight.mp3 This homily was preached on Sunday morning, June 9, 2013, at Christ the King Orthodox Church in Omaha, Illinois, by Dn. Joseph Gleason. ~ Gospel Reading:  John 16:23-33 “I came forth from the Father and am come into the … Continue reading

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Building Temples and Raising Children

It takes decades to build a temple.  For example, consider the temple in Jerusalem in which Jesus himself worshiped 2000 years ago.  Solomon’s original temple had been destroyed centuries earlier, and the second temple built by Zerubbabel was 500 years … Continue reading

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