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85 cents of every dollar you gave in 2019 was used for outreaches and programs directed at reaching people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. See what you made possible because of generous giving at #HandOfHope  #AR19 

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Magic's Jonathan Isaac said postgame he knew there would be questions about his decision not to kneel and not wear Black Lives Matter t-shirt. In short, his decision, he said, was based on his belief in the gospel of Jesus Christ.

In today’s Gospel, Jesus compares the kingdom of heaven to a treasure buried in a field, that a person finds and hides again. More about today's readings:

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85 cents of every dollar you gave in 2019 was used for outreaches and programs directed at reaching people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. You are making a difference felt around the world. For more on what you made possible, visit #AR19  #HandOfHope 

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Israel's broadcasting regulator ordered an evangelical Christian TV channel to come off the air, saying its programs are trying to persuade Jews to convert to Christianity through the gospel of Jesus.

"Jesus, in the Gospel, said that if a hand causes you to sin, it has to be cut off. This means that things that enable immorality have to be fought and abolished." #Opinion 

Yeezy is back with his first new music since the very meh gospel album 'Jesus Is King'

Israel’s regulator has ordered an evangelical Christian broadcaster's new channel off the air, saying it applied to serve a Christian audience but instead has sought to persuade Jews with the gospel of Jesus.

Israel’s regulator has ordered an evangelical Christian broadcaster's new channel off the air, saying it applied to serve a Christian audience but instead has sought to persuade Jews with the gospel of Jesus.

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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.

In this Sunday's Gospel (Mt 10:26-33) Jesus invites us not to be afraid, to be strong and confident in the face of life's challenges, because even when we encounter setbacks, our lives rest firmly in God’s hands, who loves us and takes care of us.

In today's Gospel Jesus tells us of the real joy of his disciples: "Rejoice because your names are written in heaven" (Lk 10, 20), that is, in the heart of God the Father.

In today's Gospel, Jesus explains how in Heaven there is no "limited number", but in order to get there, already in this life we must pass through the "narrow gate": loving God and our neighbour. And this is not easy! #Angelus 

In today's Gospel, Jesus proposes the Samaritan as a model. By loving his neighbor as himself, he demonstrates how to love God with one's whole heart, while at the same time expressing true religiosity and full humanity.

In today's Gospel, Jesus reveals to us His most ardent desire: to bring to the earth the fire of the Father's love: the fire that saves, that changes the world, starting from the change of each one's heart. #Angelus 

In today's Gospel, Jesus invites us to experience prayer, putting us in direct communication with the Father. This is the novelty of Christian prayer! It is a dialogue between people who love one another, a dialogue based on trust.

In today's Gospel, Jesus assures us that we are always in time to right our wrongs by doing good. Whoever has caused tears, make someone happy; whoever has misappropriated, give to someone in need. #Angelus 

The Gospel calls us to live outside our comfort zone, because anyone who follows Jesus, loves the poor and the lowly.

Let us involve ourselves in our relationship of love with Jesus and we will be able to perform good works that have the fragrance of the Gospel.

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