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12-08-2004, 08:00 AM
தினமும் பைபிளில் ஒரு வாசகம்.. ஒலி நாடா !!


Christian Joy
Christian joy lies beyond the realm of feelings and emotions. It is a fundamental disposition and stance toward life. It is the knowledge that having prayed and surrendered, God hears the hopes and desires of my heart and will respond in a timely, appropriate way.


12-08-2004, 04:58 PM
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12-09-2004, 04:37 AM

Today’s readings: Genesis 3:9-1, 20; Ephesians 1:3-6, 11-12; Luke 1:26-38

12-11-2004, 04:21 AM

Today’s readings: Isaiah 41:13-20; Matthew 11:11-15

12-11-2004, 04:22 AM
Friday, December 10, 2004

Today’s readings: Isaiah 48:17-19; Matthew 11:16-19

12-12-2004, 06:16 AM

Today’s readings: Sirach 48:1-4, 9-11; Matthew 17:9a, 10-13

Clearly Elijah was someone to reckon with as a prophet, with his words that burned with truth and his fiery transport to heaven. When Jesus’ disciples questioned when Elijah would return, they were surprised that they had missed him…in the person of John the Baptist. What prophet in our lives have we ignored, bringing a message that might unsettle us, but challenge us to grow?

12-13-2004, 06:48 AM

Third Sunday of Advent
Leap for Joy
At today’s Eucharist, look around to discover quiet harbingers of joy: those who have cause to be gloomy—a job lost during this costly shopping season, a marriage of many years dissolved, a child struggling with a chronic illness. Despite their sadness, they have allowed their inner desert to bloom. Through their quiet joy, they are special messengers preparing the way of the Lord.

12-14-2004, 05:48 AM

Today’s readings: Numbers 24:2-7, 15-17a; Matthew 21:23-27

Jesus refuses to be sidetracked by the challenging questions of the chief priests and the elders when they try to back him into a corner. Instead, he turns the tables, asking them a question. In our prayer, we sometimes seek easy answers, but get none. Just possibly, today’s grace may be in the questions, not the answers

12-15-2004, 06:13 AM

Attitude Check
Today#&146;s readings: Zephaniah 3:1-2, 9-13; Matthew 21:28-32

Of the two sons invited by their father to work in his vineyard, Jesus suggests that the one who had good intentions, but failed to act on them, is less worthy of the kingdom than the one who finally got it together to go out to work. As we move through these full-speed-ahead weeks, it’s hard to stay focused on our goal of keeping the Advent season holy. Renew that resolve today.

12-16-2004, 07:25 AM

Today’s readings: Isaiah 45:6c-8, 18, 21c-25; Luke 7:18b-23

Once again, we hear John’s disciples seeking assurance that Jesus is the one they’ve been waiting for. His answer is always the same as he reaches out to the neediest: Judge me by my works and not my words. Do our works of justice speak louder than our words?

12-18-2004, 03:55 AM

Today’s readings: Isaiah 54:1-10; Luke 7:24-30

The words of the prophet to Israel are cause for great comfort. Though God’s children disappoint him, he will never break his covenant with them or deprive them of his love. In our relations with our parents, children, spouse, it’s tempting to give up when they disappoint us. Hold fast to the love.

12-18-2004, 03:55 AM
Today’s readings: Genesis 49:2, 8-10; Matthew 1:1-17

It’s easy to glaze over as we listen to Matthew tick off the ancestors of Jesus, generation by generation. But how wonderful that he takes time to mention those who made the birth of the Messiah possible. Jesus didn’t just spring out of nowhere; like us, he’s rooted in a real family. Is there some relative you’ve been neglecting who needs an Advent visit?

12-20-2004, 05:47 AM

Today’s reading: Jeremiah 23:5-8; Matthew 1:18-24

We hear little of Joseph throughout the Gospels, but all we need to know is in today’s reading. Confused about Mary’s pregnancy, Joseph considered divorcing her quietly so as not to shame her. But somehow he was able to believe the unbelievable: that this child was the one his people had been waiting for. “A righteous man,” the Gospel calls him. Fortunately for us, he was also a man open to the Spirit.

12-20-2004, 05:48 AM
Fourth Sunday of Advent
Tell Me a Story
Children never seem to tire of hearing their favorite stories. Whether it’s a well-worn bedtime book or a tale of a family mishap, the story just gets better with each retelling. As you listen to Matthew’s special take on the Christmas story, savor the details, especially the promise of Emmanuel, “God is with us.”

12-21-2004, 04:07 AM

Give Us a Sign
Today’s readings: Isaiah 7:10-14; Luke 1:26-38

When the people in Isaiah’s time asked for a sign, they got one that surely puzzled them: a virgin will bear a child named Emmanuel. When that sign became a reality for Mary, how troubled she must have been. Instead of asking for a sign, however, she responded with the now-famous “Let it be done to me according to your word.” Today, open your eyes and ears for the signs of God’s plans for

12-22-2004, 05:58 AM

The Excitement Mounts
Today’s readings: Song of Songs 2:8-14 or Zephaniah 3:14-18a; Luke 1:39-45)

“Something’s coming“ begins a song from a classic Broadway musical. It’s almost here, Christmas Day. When Elizabeth heard that her cousin Mary would visit to help with her long-awaited pregnancy, how excited she must have been. John too—for we’re told, “The infant leaped in her womb.” Then Elizabeth blessed her cousin for her belief, for her own “leap of faith.”

12-23-2004, 04:14 AM
Gift of Self
Today’s readings: 1 Samuel 1:24-28; Luke 1:46-56

After the initial exchange of greetings between Elizabeth and Mary, and Mary’s canticle, The Magnificat, we read that “Mary remained with her about three months.” How did the two spend those precious months: wondering at their surprising pregnancies, worrying if they’d make it through “problem” births, delighting at extra time together? Find a few minutes today to just “be” with someone you love.

12-26-2004, 04:07 AM

Quiet Down
Today’s readings: Malachi 3:1-4, 23-24; Luke 1:57-66

For months, Zechariah was speechless as he waited for the birth, then the naming, of his son, John. His neighbors probably thought he had been cursed. But could a man who blesses God the moment he is free to speak have spent those quiet months resenting his condition? Quiet time can be a blessing. Try to sneak away for a little today.

12-26-2004, 04:09 AM
The Journey’s End
In a few hours, we’ll be snuffing out the Advent candles and drenching ourselves in the colorful lights of Christmas Eve. Like John the Baptist, we are heralds of the good things to come. Zechariah prophesied that “the daybreak on high will visit us…and guide our feet in the way of peace.” As you head into the brightness of Christmas Day, recommit yourself to habits of light and peace.

12-26-2004, 04:10 AM
Christmas Day
Break Out in Song
From the triumphant strains of Handel to the latest pop carol, Christmas is a day synonymous with music. Who wouldn’t want to burst into song (even if they can’t carry a tune) at the good news and glad tidings? It’s back to the Table of the Lord and the table of our lives, overflowing with Christmas joy and the renewed promise of our salvation.

01-08-2005, 04:30 AM

Our Relationship With God
Because we are created by God we long for God. In God is the source of my identity, the truth of who I am and who I am called to be. If I am to find happiness I can only find it in God.

01-09-2005, 04:09 AM

Holding Christ in Our Hearts
As Christians we are asked to be transformed in love so that the wounds of God may be healed by love. We are asked to take down Christ from the cross and hold him in our hearts, to become this Christ of self-giving love so that dying with Christ we may rise with Christ to new life.

01-11-2005, 06:52 AM

Being a “Little Christ”
We belong to Jesus Christ the moment we rise from the waters of Baptism bearing his name. Christian means “little Christ.” As such, our vocation is to model our lives on the Lord’s.

01-11-2005, 06:54 AM
The Hope of Others
Peacemakers must become the hope of others. We must incarnate this emotion and virtue for others. The poor, the alienated and those who have no voice in society, must rely upon us for their dreams to become reality.