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Jane Brooks, writing in the... -- Luke 2:41-52 -- First Sunday after Christmas Day - B
Jane Brooks, writing in the "My Turn" column of Newsweek (April 29, 1991), calls herself one
Letting go. These are difficult... -- Luke 2:41-52 -- First Sunday after Christmas Day - B
"Letting go." These are difficult words for anybody. They are particularly difficult for parents.
Luke presents the twelve-year... -- Luke 2:41-52 -- First Sunday after Christmas Day - C
Luke presents the twelve-year-old Jesus as precocious and inquiring.
This passage is replete with... -- Luke 2:41-52 -- First Sunday after Christmas Day - C
This passage is replete with familiar ideas and corresponding illustrations.
Back in the earlier days... -- Luke 2:41-52 -- First Sunday after Christmas Day - C
Back in the earlier days of television one of the most popular TV hosts was Art Linkletter.
The answer is Carbon 14... -- Luke 2:41-52 -- First Sunday after Christmas Day - C
The answer is "Carbon 14. Strontium 90."
In the world of practical... -- Luke 2:41-52 -- First Sunday after Christmas Day - C
In the world of practical affairs, the mother of Phillips Brooks showed herself eminently sane and w
The vocation of the adult... -- Luke 2:41-52 -- First Sunday after Christmas Day - C
The vocation of the adult is often foreshadowed in the interests of the child.
The good physician Luke is... -- Luke 2:41-52 -- First Sunday after Christmas Day - C
The good physician Luke is the only gospel writer who tells us the story of Jesus' first visit to th

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You Are The Person Of The Year -- Luke 2:41-52, Colossians 3:12-17, 1 Samuel 2:18-20, 26, Psalm 148 -- Scott Suskovic, Paul Bresnahan, Thom M. Shuman -- First Sunday after Christmas Day - C
The new year -- this is a good time for taking a few steps back seeking to discover our place in God

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