Resources on Matthew 14:13‑21

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Covenants and Feasts Sermon Starter/Outline Sermon Starter/Outline Topics: Covenant , Feast , Poverty , Generosity Source: Sacredise John van de Laar's sermon starter draws on Genesis 32:22-31, Isaiah 55:1-5, Psalm 17:1-7, 15, 145:8-9, 14-21, Romans 9:1-5, and Matthew 14:13-21 to discuss both God's covenant invitations and our responsibility to respond to hunger needs. They Have No Need to Go Commentary/Exegesis Commentary/Exegesis Topics: Food , Tertullian , Creation , Sacraments Source: The Living Church "In response to his disciples’ apparent meager supplies, Jesus speaks a word of creation into nothingness." A reflection on Matthew 14:13-21. Who Will Feed Them? You. Sermon (Complete) Sermon (Complete) Topics: Jesus , Social Justice , Food , Poverty Source: Day1 Reflecting on Matthew 14:13-21, Barbara Lundblad says that the disciples offered a thoughtful, even compassionate idea for making sure people had something to eat. But Jesus had another idea. You give them something to eat. I Love a Mystery Sermon (Complete) Sermon (Complete) Topics: Miracles , Mystery Source: Day1 In this sermon, Woodie White looks at the story in Matthew 14:13-21, one filled with suspense and mystery. He reflects that mystery is part of life. Praising God for the Little Bits in Life Sermon (Complete) Sermon (Complete) Topics: Miracles , Power , Faith Source: Sermons That Work In this sermon on Matthew 14:13-21, Thea Joy Browne looks at the feeding of the five thousand and reflects on miracles and what is lost when one does not see through the eyes of faith. In the Presence of the Father Sermon Starter/Outline Sermon Starter/Outline Topics: Love , Father , Virtue , Miracle Source: ePriest In the account of the feeding of the five thousand, we find that when we spend time with the Father, we develop in virtue. A reflection on Matthew 14:13-21. They Were Filled Sermon (Complete) Sermon (Complete) Topics: Compassion , Jesus , Economics , John the Baptist Source: Sermons That Work In this sermon on Matthew 14:13-21, Kirk Alan Kubicek uses the story of feeding the five thousand to reflect on Christ’s compassion and economics of abundance. He Will Make It Enough Sermon (Complete) Sermon (Complete) Topics: Faith , Trust , Miracles , Calling/Vocation Source: Day1 A complete sermon on the feeding of the 5000. As Jesus commanded his disciples, we too are called. But we are not left alone. Bring what you have to Jesus, and he will make it enough. This Account of the Feeding Sermon (Complete) Sermon (Complete) Topics: Compassion , Eucharist , Food , Miracle Source: Sermons That Work Ben E. Helmer’s sermon contrasts the feeding of the multitudes from Matthew 14:13-21 with Herod’s feast and John’s beheading, contrasts scarcity mentality with the abundance of God’s grace, and notes the eucharistic images in the feeding. The Light and the Darkness Article Article Topics: Light , Darkness , Technology , Art Source: The Christian Century Gracia M. Grindal reflects on the powerful way that the juxtaposing images of light and darkness play a role in Jesus's teaching, (e.g. Matthew 14:13-21) and in our daily lives, even in this age of electricity. Loaves and Fishes Drama Drama Topics: Jesus , Disciple , Bread , Rest Source: Worship Words Ana Gobledale's dramatization of Jesus feeding of thousands (Matthew 14:13-21) has parts for a narrator, two disciples, and Jesus. "They need not go away. You give them something to eat." Feed Them Yourselves! Devotional Devotional Topics: Faith , Evangelism , Weakness , New Evangelism Source: ePriest In order to extend Christ’s Kingdom in society, we must see beyond our weaknesses, just like the disciples had to when they helped Jesus feed the 5,000. A reflection on Matthew 14:13-21. Full Text Hymns on Matthew 14:13-21 Break Now the Bread of LifePD
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Feed Them Yourselves! Sermon Starter/Outline Sermon Starter/Outline Topics: Obedience , Kingdom of God Source: ePriest Sermon starter for Matthew 14:13-21: The apostles did what they were told. They did not go about complaining that it was pointless. And so, in their act of obedience, they began to feed the people themselves. A Gracious Plenty Commentary/Exegesis Commentary/Exegesis Topics: Ministry , Community , Vocation , Spirituality Source: The Painted Prayerbook This piece of artwork and reflection on Matthew 14:13-21. "What are you hungry for these days? How are you being fed?" It is Enough Sermon (Complete) Sermon (Complete) Topics: John the Baptist , Provision , Compassion , Miracle Source: Sermons That Work In this sermon on Matthew 14:13-21, Katerina Katsarka Whitley says the feeding of the 5,000 shows that our weak selves and resources are more than enough for Christ to work his good will. The Real Miracles of the Story Sermon Starter/Outline Sermon Starter/Outline Topics: Miracles , Care , Disciple , God's Love Source: In the Meantime David Lose sidesteps the multiplication of food to focus on the greater miracles in Matthew 14:13-21—that God would care for the ordinary and downtrodden, and that he uses his very human disciples to do that work. Loaves and Fishes Image Image Topics: Art , Miracle Source: The Art of John August Swanson This 2003 painting by John August Swanson depicts Jesus; miracle of the loaves and fishes from Matthew 14:13-21, Mark 6:30-44, Luke 9:10-17, and John 6:1-15. Feed Them Yourselves! Sermon Starter/Outline Sermon Starter/Outline Topics: Miracle Source: ePriest This sermon starter on Jesus' feeding of thousands (Matthew 14:13-21) notes that the disciples focused at first on how little they could do, but then they obeyed Jesus and became the vessels for his miraculous feeding. The Food of Life Sermon (Complete) Sermon (Complete) Topics: Church , Missions , Food , Eucharist Source: Torch: Catholic Homilies from the Dominican Friars A homily based on Matthew 14:13-21. Robert Pollock reflects on the mission of the Church to bring physical and spiritual food to the world. Miracle of Multiplication Sermon (Complete) Sermon (Complete) Topics: Miracles , Food , Life , Eschatology Source: Torch: Catholic Homilies from the Dominican Friars Preaching on Christ's miraculous feeding in Matt 14:13-21, Aidan Nichols meditates on the even greater miracle it points to, the nourishment of God's life poured into us, in glimpses at the Eucharist, in fullness in heaven.

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