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Mar 14 - Homily: Jesus Restores Life From Death

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Fr. Dominic explains how Jesus raises our lives from the death of selfishnesss to live a Christian life which is life in the Spirit. Ave Maria! Mass: Thursday of the Fourth Week in Lent - Ferial - Form: EF, Laetetur Cor Readings:  1st: 2ki 4:25-38 Resp: psa 73:2019,22 Gsp: luk 7:11-16 To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=34207


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  1. Donyelle
    1 year ago

    2 Corinthians 5:18" All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself and gave us the ministry of reconciliation," thus giving us the effectual calling God will have His way by healing the nations and leading us into restoration according to Isaiah 57:18-19. Know that God will restore our souls for His name sake through His power according to Psalm 23:3. Therefore, we as Christians must execute the faith of regeneration through the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, which is a greater anointing authority infused within the sacraments. Making all things new and improved. Abandon sin and restore the love for Christ to strengthen the union of the fellowship with God.

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