Monthly Archives: December 2016

Contentment

Ancient Faith Radio is a blessed resource for the Orthodox faithful. Please listen to one of Father Barnabas’ daily reflections – are you content? Click here Christ Is Born! May God bless you during this Nativity season. Father Barnabas just … Continue reading

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The reading of Scriptures as part of our Stewardship

To the man who asked how to be saved, the Lord on his part offered a question: What is written in the law? how readest thou? By this He showed that to resolve all perplexity one must turn to the … Continue reading

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What does your title say about you?

You have seen, O lawyer, and it has been proved by the parable, that it is of no avail whatsoever to any man, to be set up by empty names, and to pride himself upon unmeaning and ridiculous titles, so … Continue reading

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Stewardship and settlement!

In Luke 16:1-9, this parable is about the denounced unjust steward. Do you see how he managed to disentangle himself from his misfortune! If only we would all manage to arrange for ourselves a peaceful life upon our departure from … Continue reading

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Surprise someone!

And whereas the Samaritan, seeing a wounded man, unknown, and not at all appertaining to him, both staid, and set him on a beast, and brought him home to the inn, and hired a physician, and gave some money, and … Continue reading

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Where are your Treasures?

Do not lay up for yourself, treasures on earth…But lay up for yourself treasures in Heaven…For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. (Matt 6:19-21)  Are you living for Heaven or for all that is here on … Continue reading

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Nativity preparation in your parish

A reflection from a parishioner… Is your parish planning a cleaning project for the Nativity? Every year, whether it’s the Nativity or Easter, the Stewards of our parish look forward to this opportunity for fellowship. I reflected upon how as … Continue reading

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