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Who Will Feed Them? You. Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad http://day1.org/7931-barbara_lundblad_who_will_feed_them_you Sermon (Complete) by Barbara K. Lundblad 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. The Real Miracles of the Story Sermon Starter/Outline by David J. Lose http://www.davidlose.net/2014/07/pentecost-8a-the-real-miracles/ Sermon Starter/Outline by David J. Lose 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. Feed Them Yourselves! Sermon Starter/Outline https://www.epriest.com/reflections/view/1208 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. Feed Them Yourselves! Sermon Starter/Outline https://www.epriest.com/reflections/view/1208/en Sermon Starter/Outline Topics: Homilies , Obedience 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. I Love a Mystery Sermon (Complete) by Woodie W. White http://day1.org/558-i_love_a_mystery Sermon (Complete) by Woodie W. White 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. Tasting Death, Tasting Life Commentary/Exegesis by Debra Dean Murphy http://www.ekklesiaproject.org/blog/2008/08/tasting-death-tasting-life/ Commentary/Exegesis by Debra Dean Murphy Topics: Death , Greed , Eucharist , Food Source: Ekklesia Project In this reflection on the feeding of the five thousand from Matthew 14:13-21, Debra Dean Murphy points out its juxtaposition to the death of John the Baptist and considers abundance of life in community versus greed. Feeding of the Five Thousand Drama by Christine Longhurst https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2011/07/readers-theatre-feeding-of-5000.html Drama by Christine Longhurst Topics: Jesus , Miracle , Scripture Reading Source: Re-Worship This is a three-voice readers’ theatre setting of Matthew 14:13-21, where Jesus feeds the five thousand. This Account of the Feeding Sermon (Complete) by Ben E. Helmer https://episcopalchurch.org/library/sermon/account-feeding-proper-13-1999 Sermon (Complete) by Ben E. Helmer 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. Questions for a Picnic Article by Brian Volck http://www.ekklesiaproject.org/blog/2014/07/questions-for-a-picnic/ Article by Brian Volck Topics: Food , Miracles of Jesus , Miracle Source: Ekklesia Project Reflecting on the feeding the 5,000, Brian Volck asks: what's the real miracle here? What truths of this story are lost to those of us who live with an abundance of food? Praising God for the Little Bits in Life Sermon (Complete) by Thea Joy Browne https://episcopalchurch.org/library/sermon/eleventh-sunday-after-pentecost-proper-13-2 Sermon (Complete) by Thea Joy Browne 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. A Gracious Plenty Commentary/Exegesis by Jan L. Richardson http://paintedprayerbook.com/2008/07/30/a-gracious-plenty/ Commentary/Exegesis by Jan L. Richardson 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) by Katerina Katsarka Whitley https://episcopalchurch.org/library/sermon/jesus-cousin-proper-13-2011 Sermon (Complete) by Katerina Katsarka Whitley 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. Full Text Hymns on Matthew 14:13-21 Break Now the Bread of LifePD
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The Food of Life Sermon (Complete) by Robert Pollock http://torch.op.org/torch/the-food-of-life Sermon (Complete) by Robert Pollock 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. In the Presence of the Father Devotional https://www.epriest.com/reflections/view/104 Devotional 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. Gift not Goal Sermon Starter/Outline by David J. Lose http://www.davidlose.net/2017/08/pentecost-9-a-gift-not-goal/ Sermon Starter/Outline by David J. Lose Topics: Compassion , Trust , Miracles , Gift Source: In the Meantime Reflecting on Matthew 14:13-21, David Lose asks, do we realize just how compassionate Jesus is? Then he invites us to bask in Jesus' compassion and receive it as a gift rather than a goal to achieve. Does God Care? Sermon (Complete) by Robert Ombres http://torch.op.org/torch/does-god-care Sermon (Complete) by Robert Ombres Topics: Miracles , Prayer , Care Source: Torch: Catholic Homilies from the Dominican Friars This homily on Matthew 14:13-21 invites us to work miracles. Part of our care and caring must be expressed in praying repeatedly and fervently for miracles. Enough Commentary/Exegesis by Jan L. Richardson http://paintedprayerbook.com/2011/07/24/enough/ Commentary/Exegesis by Jan L. Richardson Topics: Blessing , Art , Grace of God , God's Provision Source: The Painted Prayerbook A poem, piece of art, and commentary on Matthew 14:13-21. What God provides is enough, and "enough" is a blessing. Feeding the 5000 Image by John Sturt http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=13762&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by John Sturt Topics: Bread , Miracle Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive Jesus feeds the 5000 with two fish and five loaves of bread in Matthew 14:13-21. Engraved by John Sturt (1658-1730). They Were Filled Sermon (Complete) by Kirk Alan Kubicek https://episcopalchurch.org/library/sermon/we-frequently-find-ourselves-proper-13-2002 Sermon (Complete) by Kirk Alan Kubicek 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) by Stephen McKinney-Whitaker http://day1.org/1343-he_will_make_it_enough Sermon (Complete) by Stephen McKinney-Whitaker 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.

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