In this week's edition of "Gospel Truth”, the late Jill Bevilacqua and Seán-Patrick Lovett bring us readings and reflections from the Gospel of St. Mathew 14:22-33.
The Gospel doesn’t tell us that storms won’t arise, especially storms of our own making... Rather, the Gospels promise salvation where it matters. Stepping Into The Headwinds: Sunday Reflection cc: @JakeMooreMedia , @Lucas_Holt
What is happening now is that when Sushant's family says something we want to believe it as gospel truth but when Rhea releases something we are denying it. You cannot outrightly reject whatever is coming from Rhea: @adixit_adv , Lawyer tells TIMES NOW. | #RheaArrestSoon
We will be judged on our relationship with the poor. When Jesus says, "The poor you will always have with you", he is saying, "I will always be with you in the poor; I will be present there". This is at the center of the Gospel, so much so that we will be judged on it.
Try reading the Gospel for at least five minutes every day. You will see how it changes your life.
The Gospel calls us to live outside our comfort zone, because anyone who follows Jesus, loves the poor and the lowly.
Of course they did. They don’t want actual free speech, just their narrative as gospel. Networks Skip Trump Executive Order to Protect Free Speech on College Campuses
We cannot change the world alone, but together we can spread the joy of the Gospel by staying close to those most in need.
Yea right, that’s why he stepped down a day after the FBI saw the FISA memo and the day the house votes on its release. Sure. That’s it. Now the other media sheep have their talking points. Go spread the gospel. Who do you think you’re kidding at this point? #ReleaseTheMemo