Malankara World Journal Issue 130 - Great Lent Week 6
- The Malankara World Journal Issue 130 - Great Lent Week 6 - (Mar 13,
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**TABLE OF CONTENTS Issue No: 130*
Great Lent Week 6
1. Apostolic Holy Lent Encyclical 2013: Charity
2. Bible Readings for This Sunday (Mar 17)
Sixth Sunday of Great Lent (Samiyo/The Blind Man)
3. Sermons for This Sunday (Mar 17)
Sermons for the Sixth Sunday in Great Lent (Samiyo/ The Blind Man)
4. Malankara World Great Lent Supplement
Great Lent is the time for personal reflection, meditation,
reconciliation, and prayer. Malankara World has a great resource
that helps you accomplish that. We provide you daily reflections,
meditations, prayer, bible readings etc. First, read the articles
about how to practice lent. Then do the reading for the day
specified. We will guide you week by week and day by day. You can
find the resources here.
Malankara World Great Lent Supplement
Daily Reflections - Bible Readings, reflections and prayers for each
day of the week: Week 6 of Great Lent
5. What is Keeping You Away From Success?
In every social structure, whether it be family, town, county or
state, there are "The boys down at the stable." They are the jealous
ones. They are too scared to try something different. They show
their ignorance by laughing at those who do. Learn to recognize them
for what they are. Don't let them hurt you. It takes a certain
amount of toughness to succeed. One has to rise above those who
would tear you down so that they can laugh and say, "I told you so!" ...
6. Featured: The Works of God and the Worship of Jesus
No matter what mess you're in or what pain you're in, the causes of that
mess and that pain are not decisive in explaining it. What is decisive
in explaining it is God's purpose. Yes, there are causes. Some of them
your fault, perhaps, and some of them not. But those causes are not
decisive in determining the meaning of your mess or your pain. What is
absolutely decisive is God's purpose. ...
7. For Judgment I Came into This World
The mission of Jesus was not to condemn. It was to save. But he saves by
being the truth and speaking the truth and doing the truth. And those
who are not "of the truth" (John 18:37) refuse to embrace him as Savior,
and therefore are condemned. The ministry of Jesus, which aims to save,
inevitably reveals and confirms the blindness and unbelief that
8. Do You Still Not See (Even After Witnessing All The Miracles)?
Jesus put saliva on his eyes and placed his hands upon him. "Can you see
anything?" rings the now familiar question. The man looked up and said,
"I can see people, but they look like trees, walking." Putting his hands
on the man's eyes once more, Jesus restored the blind man's sight. And
he walked away seeing clearly. ...
9. Orthodox Man as The Image of God
The Word of God was made the Son of man in order that man might become
God. He had to become all things to all man except sin. So, He comes as
the perfect image of God and He gives us the possibility of restoring
this likeness to God within ourselves. ...
10. When You Feel Like You're Not Enough
When we focus our thoughts on ourselves and how inadequate we feel, or
what others think about us and how we're performing, we cast a shadow of
doubt in our minds by blocking the light of God's Truth in our hearts. ...
11. Recipe for Chorukka (Bitter) for Good Friday
12. Family Special: What We See in Each Other
Like Samuel, we often make judgments based on what people look like. But
God doesn't use looks as his criteria. He evaluates people by what's in
their hearts. He sees their character, their faithfulness and their
commitment to him. ...
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In HIS Service
Dr. Jacob Mathew
Malankara World Journal
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