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Deacon’s Bench:
Jesus called His disciples and appointed the twelve apostles from among them. Jesus also calls each of us to follow Him. We are His disciples in this age and are responsible for this generation of God’s people. We should not take this responsibility lightly. Witnessing to everyone He sends us is our responsibility, and by it, He will shower us with grace and love. This will save us and bring us into eternal joy.

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Jealousy is a dangerous sin. It has been the reason for injuries and even murder. The Jewish leaders were jealous of Jesus’ power and plotted to kill Him. They wanted His power and filled with evil, desired to remove Him from their lives. Even the virtuous deeds that Jesus did would not deter them from evil spirits. We can never be Gods, but through His kindness we can enjoy His company and favor for eternity. By His life and sacrificial love, Jesus showed us how it is done.

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David beat Goliath with a sling, stone, and the help of the Lord. He had faith in God and knew if he followed the will of the Lord, he would be victorious. We too can conquer our greatest enemies whether real or imagined with the Lord’s help. The Spirit of the Lord has all of nature, which He created, under His control. It only requires your faith and knowledge of God to gain His favor. With this faith no battle, against man, nature, or disease is out of your victory. The ultimate battle over death can also be won with the grace of God.

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The word of God is living and effective today as in the past. Christ may have ascended back to heaven, but the Spirit has remained. God knows everything we do and think. He knows if we are drifting from His teaching and will give us reminders through direct contact, study, and /or advice from others. God is always present; blessing and guiding us as we allow Him. He allows us to choose the paths we follow but has not forgotten His promises. If we lack the understanding of what He is allowing, we should ask Him in prayer.

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Sunday 10am Mass, January 16, at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, New Bremen, OH. Multistreaming with Castr.io ... See MoreSee Less

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Funeral Mass for David Cooper, Saturday, January 15, 2022. Multistreaming by Castr.io ... See MoreSee Less

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Deacon’s Bench:
Be careful what you ask of the Lord. Always with prayer examine your requests and listen to your heart. The Holy Spirit speaks with passion and love. He is never in a hurry. Be warry of those who want a decision immediately. The Lord always wants what is best for us and those around us. He has time so when we are stubborn, He may let us find out the best answer the hard way through pain and suffering. We are not gods and can never know all the consequences of our decisions, but it is comforting to know that God makes good of bad decisions with just suffering.

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Healings through Jesus Christ continue today as in the past. Christ is present to those with faith in His promises. Healing is not always what we think it should be. We must remember that God knows all of those affected by answering our prayers. Our healing may have long-reaching effects that only God can know. We need the faith to accept how God answers our prayers. His concerns are with eternal salvation and that may require suffering to guide us on the right path. Faith in Christ is not necessarily easy.

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Christ taught with authority. His words were truth and light for us to follow. When He made statements, the world listened and even demons who ruin souls obeyed Him. Christ said in parable, do not pull the weeds from the wheat, for you will destroy the wheat with the weeds; wait till the harvest to separate them. We have paths we can choose to follow in our lives. Certain paths are dead ends and lead to sin and death; others lead to joy and life. God gave us the commandments and the church to guide us to success and joy. Follow Christ and His church’s directions, for Christ knows the way. His teachings lead us to the right path and allows us to bring others with us as He and His disciples did.

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anyone who contributed to the poinsettias in church, you are now welcome to take any that are in the back of church. Please do not take any from the sanctuary. Thank you for adding to the beauty of Christmas. ... See MoreSee Less

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Deacon’s Bench:
The Kingdom of God is at hand for it has been here since our salvation through Jesus Christ. Jesus made His Kingdom available to us through His life, death, and resurrection from the dead. He recruited His apostles form ordinary people of His time and He is constantly recruiting new apostles in every age, including the present. He is asking us to join Him as well in the filling of His eternal Kingdom. This Kingdom will be free of evil. His Holy Spirit will teach us His way if we are willing. Pray that we can be good disciples.

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

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Deacon’s Bench:
God, the Father has testified that His Son is Jesus Christ, in whom He is well pleased. His miracles of healing have testified that Jesus is the Son of God. Now, it is our turn to testify that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and His promises of life everlasting are true. If you believe and testify to these truths, then you will possess eternal life and be blessed by God. Telling and demonstrating the teaching of Christ to everyone is expected of us. Praying every day helps us to follow the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Our spirit will then join with His.

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To love God, you must also love your brother. Love of neighbor is not just being nice to them, but love is caring for them. We should all be as one family; siblings, taking care to have concern for the well-being of all. It is not just sharing things with them but doing what is right as to their regard. Sometimes it requires restraint, sacrifice and discipline. We each have a different life and may not understand the will of God. It is difficult to let others rule, including God. Only He can foresee how our decisions will affect those around us and consider what is best for all.

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It is difficult to believe the love of Christ and what He offers us through His coming. Only in faith can we realize how great God is and how much He loves us. He loves us so much that He left His perfect home of heaven to save us from our sins and invited us to join Him in His eternal home with Him. Without perfect love, He would not continue to forgive us for rejecting Him and His commandments. Our human experience does not give us the love we experience from Christ. It is fantastic to have a God so loving. We cannot praise Him enough.

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The love of God is so great that He crated other beings to share it. He created the angels, the universe, and humans to share in it. Christ came to earth to help us to understand what love is. He wants us to know we must be concerned for the needs of others and to help them with those needs. Just as when He was preaching to thousands of people in the hills, and He noticed it was late and they were getting hungry. He did not just take care of Himself but offered food to all present. He usually did not use His Godly powers to supply their needs but in this case, He fed the thousands by miraculously multiplying the loaves of bread and fish. With God’s love we have no worries or needs.

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The bulletin this past weekend listed in activities that there was no CCD this Wednesday - There IS CCD (normal schedule) beginning, this Wednesday, January 5. Sorry for the confusion. ... See MoreSee Less

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Deacon’s Bench:
The Holy Spirit dwells with us. He is God just as Jesus Christ is God. He will answer our needs which are in line with the teaching of Christ and His church. Jesus told the apostles that He would leave the protection of the church to the Holy Spirit. We can trust the Holy Spirit to guide us. We must; on occasion though, evaluate the spirits we are following to be sure they are with God. The Spirit of God follows the teaching of Jesus Christ and works with the power of healing and peace not violence and destruction. Those who refuse to acknowledge Christ as the Son of God and man are not of God. The Spirit of God is good and greater than the spirit of evil.

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Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

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