Category Archives: Matthew 21:1-14

Jesus was Angry

Jesus encountered a man with a withered hand. He had compassion on him, and desired to bring him healing. But the Scribes and Pharisees had no compassion. They did not care about this man. All they cared about was looking for … Continue reading

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The Broken Car Lot

MP3 Audio:  WS330314_Dn-Joseph_The-Broken-Car-Lot.mp3 This homily was preached on Sunday morning, November 17, 2013, at Christ the King Orthodox Church in Omaha, Illinois, by Dn. Joseph Gleason. ~ Gospel Reading:  Matthew 22:1-14 Epistle Reading:  Ephesians 5:15-21 And he saith unto him, “Friend, how … Continue reading

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A House of Prayer or a Hideout for Thieves?

Sermon Text:  Matthew 21:1-14 There’s a story told of a farmer who went to confession . . . praying before the Lord, in the presence of the priest. And he says, “Lord, please forgive me for stealing that hay last … Continue reading

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