Thought Provokers

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Will this Thought Provokers help you to meditate about the Gospel for this Sunday?

Matthew 21:33-46: The landowner who planted a Vineyard


One of the weaknesses of our age
is our apparent inability to distinguish
our needs from our greeds.

Don Robinson
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One paradox of our time is that many of the same sociologists and psychologists who insist that we are not responsible for our own behavior are adamant about holding us accountable for everyone else’s. The sins of the child are visited upon the parent, those of the criminal upon society, those of the protester upon the politician, and so on, in an endless daisy chain of deferred guilt. While this phenomenon has been profitable for publishers of pop psychiatry and the makers of couches, its impact on the rest of us has been less edifying.

Aram Bakshian, Jr.
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We talk a great deal of religion in this country,
but we need to stop long enough
to let our feet catch up with our mouths.

Billy Graham

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The greatest thing is to be found at one’s post as a child of God,
living each day as though it were our last,
but planning as though our world might last a hundred years.

C. S. Lewis
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About Daniel Mochamps

Church Planter, Anglican Diocese in New England (Anglican Church in North America).
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