Reflection Capsules By Fr. 9 If so, the host who invited both of you will come and say to you, ‘Give this person your seat.’ This morning we shall learn about a very important topic from a very important person. – Sermon on Luke 14:1, 7-14 ” Robin Langford-Norris September 1, 2013 at 10:00 pm. Luke 14.1, 7-14 Luke 14.1, 7-14 (NRSV) Humility and Hospitality. Reflection: Luke 14:1, 7-14 The 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Luke 14:1, 7-14. Luke 14:1, 7-14 September 1, 2019 One of the most difficult things to do when planning a large party, like a wedding reception is what? Before we leave this passage we must note that Luke 14:1-24 have all to do with feasts and banquets. 🙂 I am totally teasing you. We hear the setting for the story in 14:1. Luke 14:1, 7-14 September 2, 2007 After we reach a certain age, I think we can all point to moments in our lives when we have been in one of these situations: situations wherein we are called upon to “play the game.” Which game? No texting is allowed at the table. 1 September 2019 - homily reflection for 22nd Sunday of Ordinary Time cycle C - Luke 14:1, 7-14 If you think about the stories we hear in the Gospels week after week about Jesus and his disciples, a lot of it involves Jesus’ interaction with the people of Ancient Israel and his sharing of meals with them. Sir Isaac Newton is considered to be one of the greatest scientists of all time. You know certain people have to sit closer to the head table, you just have to do it. But they were silent. Our passage is found in Luke 14:1-11. It’s a time to catch up with the activities of the day, as well as just a respite from the busyness of life. Reflection on Luke 14:1, 7-11 ~ Years ago when I traveled internationally for work, I was often treated as a guest of honor. Reflection on Luke 14:1, 7-14 Jesus actually cares. But when you give a feast, invite the poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind. When Jesus arrived, he noticed how many of the guests had vied for places of honor at the table. Luke 14:1. Very good points to ponder. Today's Devotional: Honored O Taste & See: The invitation to share at table is the theme of the teaching of today’s Gospel. Should we report membership or attendance? Jijo Manjackal MSFS. Luke 14:11 For whosoever exalteth himself shall be abased; and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted. Almighty and ever-living God, strengthen our faith, hope and love. (Luke 14:12-14) "Then He also said to him who invited Him, 'When you give a dinner or a supper, do not ask your friends, your brothers, your relatives, nor your rich neighbors, lest they also invite you back, and you be repaid. Luke 14:1, 7-14 Outside the Comfort Zone. Thank goodness He has a great sense of humor and passed it on to us. There are different types of invitations: the interested invitations for the benefit of oneself and disinterested invitations for the benefit of others. Tag: Lk 14: 7-14 Aug 28 (Lk 14: 1, 7-14) August 27, 2016 August 27, 2016 Fr Jijo Manjackal MSFS Leave a comment. • Luke 14, 12: Interested invitation. It is the Sabbath, and Jesus is invited to a meal at the house of a leading Pharisee. His Sabbath works (Luke 14:1-6).—All His works may be summed up in one word—‘Who went about doing good’ (Acts 10:38). Wellspring of Scripture - Year C: 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time The Gospel: Luke 14: 1, 7-14; Daily Reflection of Creighton University's Online Ministries - 2013 C Gillick, S.J. My family sits down together at dinnertime most evenings. On one occasion when Jesus was going to the house of a leader of the Pharisees to eat a meal on the sabbath, they were watching him closely. You truly are a fine spiritual leader. That term is “comfort zone.” As I understand it, a person’s comfort zone refers to those situations in which the person feels comfortable, safe, free from threat or even challenge. On one particular Sabbath, Jesus went to eat in the house of a prominent Pharisee. The sophisticated city folks in Jerusalem looked down on Jesus. Luke 14:1,7-14 Gospel Reading for Sunday August 29th 2010 The rough ride through Luke's Gospel continues. This challenge of reaching out to strangers especially on the Lord’s Day even today goes beyond what we think Sabbath is for. And it came to pass — About this time, probably just as our Lord was finishing his journey through Herod’s dominions; he went into the house of one of the chief Pharisees — Τινος των αρχοντων Φαρισαιων, of a certain one of the ruling Pharisees, that is, of a magistrate, or a member of the great council, called the sanhedrim. We see in many cases, that a man's pride will bring him low, and before honour is humility. By The Rev. Or, should we focus on age-distribution? Reflection on the Gospel-22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time C (Luke 14:1, 7-14) -Veronica Lawson RSM For the past three years, Catholics have accepted the invitation of Pope Francis to join with other Christians across the planet in celebrating the Season of Creation. (Luke 14:1-11) October 14, 2013 June 28, 2016 First Baptist Church of Scott City, MO. Surely this is the final condemnation of the Christian who is afraid to enjoy himself. Luke 14:1,7-14 Jesus is Watching You When I was preparing my sermon for this morning, I couldn’t help but think of the Christmas song “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”. In Luke 14:1, 7-14, the social matrix of first-century life is on display, and we hear Jesus speak into this matrix both with communal wisdom and unexpected, even astonishing, advice. ... 14:7-14 Even in the common actions of life, Christ marks what we do, not only in our religious assemblies, but at our tables. Commentary on Luke 14:1, 7-14 View Bible Text . Luke 14:1-6 The Word of God . Now before you start thinking that I’ve been working too hard and need a vacation let me explain. Where are you going to seat everyone! It is most significant that Jesus thought of his kingdom and his service in terms of a feast. Reflection on Luke 14:1-6 ~ Jesus no doubt emphasized Sabbath’s day of rest to include the being and doing of helping others in need, celebrating being together at the table, and the company of friends and family. Jesus prods His listeners into maturity as they are exposed to three 'ethics' of God’s kingdom (Luke 14:1-14) and are challenged to deepen their commitment to Jesus Christ in two ways (Luke 14:15-35). We shall sit at the feet of Jesus and learn about humility. Charles Hoffacker There is a term popular today that I would like us to consider. New International Version Update. Trinity 13 (29 th August 2010) Theme: “True Humility (Luke 14: 1, 7-14) Jesus at a Pharisee's House 1 One Sabbath, when Jesus went to eat in the house of a prominent Pharisee, he was being carefully watched. It’s important for us to touch base with one another in this way to ensure that all is well with, in our case, our four sons. On the Sabbath, Jesus was invited to dine at the house of a prominent Pharisee. Luke 14 records teaching that enables each of us to take the steps of discipleship and follow Jesus no matter where our starting point is. May we do with loving hearts what you ask of us and come to share the life you promise. And so on. And Jesus asked the lawyers and Pharisees, "Is it lawful to cure people on the sabbath, or not?" "In a modern democratic society in which public political rhetoric emphasizes that all are (created) equal, it is easy to miss the emphasis of Jesus' teaching in his own … 1 “A Humble Heart” Luke 14:1, 7-14 A Sermon Delivered by Chaplain Margaret E. Siemer 01 September 2013 The United States Naval Academy Chapel Jesus grew up in Galilee, which meant some might have called him a hick. There were other guests in attendance and they intently observed Jesus. The symbol of the kingdom was the happiest thing that human life could know. - 2007 C Gillick, S.J. Church Metrics, a Reflection on Luke 14:1, 7-14 I've been reading several web postings about the best way to measure church performance. Very nice sermon. 1) Opening prayer. Luke 14:1-4. - 2004 C Gillick, S.J. Now, don’t let that go to your head and get you to thinking you should sit any higher up at that table! Amen. Let us follow the Lord in spirit, and listen to the instruction that He gave to those who were gathered with Him at the board. - 2001 C Gillick, S.J. Like it or not. Luke 14:1,7-11 Real Humility (Click here for readings) At the home of one of the leading Pharisees, Jesus told a parable to those who had been invited, noticing how they were choosing the places of honor at the table…When you are invited by someone to a wedding banquet, do not recline at table in the place of honor. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. >> It was Newton who had discovered the Laws of Gravity which caused great advancements in the field of astronomical studies. Luke 14:7-14. Jesus' radical teachings are relentlessly challenging the people of the day in every walk of life. Our subject calls us to notice two things in particular:— I. And, oh my, it starts early, doesn’t it? Commentary, Luke 14:1, 7-14, Emerson Powery, Preaching This Week,, 2013. August 2014 (1) July 2014 (7) May 2014 (7) April 2014 (2) March 2014 (4) February 2014 (4) January 2014 (6) December 2013 (2) November 2013 (4) October 2013 … - 2010 Alexander, S.J. Humility not being a strength of mine then, I typically went straight to the host expecting I was to sit next to that person. Luke does not say and so we can’t be sure, but there is some reason to believe that the Pharisees planted this man with dropsy there in front of Jesus to see whether He would violate their rules against healing on the Sabbath. Jesus confronts our sin of religious hypocrisy (14:1-6). 7 When he noticed how the guests picked the places of honor at the table, he told them this parable: 8 “When someone invites you to a wedding feast, do not take the place of honor, for a person more distinguished than you may have been invited. … 7 When he noticed how the guests chose the places of honour, he told them a parable. 1. Jesus is eating in the house of a Pharisee who has invited him (Lk 14, 1). The game of prestige, honor, status, position… whatever you want to call it. When Jesus told a rich guy to invite “the poor, the crippled, the lame, and the blind” to the feasts he throws instead of inviting good friends and family Jesus was not just spouting off some ideal to make himself look compassionate and wise. 1 On one occasion when Jesus was going to the house of a leader of the Pharisees to eat a meal on the Sabbath, they were watching him closely. Then I read this passage from Luke and am thinking about suggesting a different metric. 2) Gospel Reading - Luke 14:1,7-11 Just then, in front of him, there was a man who had dropsy. Luke 14:7-14 New International Version (NIV). 7 When he noticed how the guests picked the places of honor at the table, he told them this parable: 8 “When someone invites you to a wedding feast, do not take the place of honor, for a person more distinguished than you may have been invited.