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Previous Bible Text: Luke 14:16-24

Then the master said to the servant, ‘Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, that my house may be filled.'

Previous Bible Question

Can you suggest a way that we can, as our Lord servants, compel them to come so that His house may be filled?


1. It always is a happy moment to see your prayer and communication hit my iPad screen. For me, in addition to your intended spiritual gift, it also brings a message of memories that shine beams of light on those whose lives we have shared through ancestry, family, and affection. RB

2.By trying to live our lives as Christ taught us, we can interest others enough that they may also want to come and see. MB

3. Start a conversation,be an attentive listener and show them the love of Christ by a pure and generous heart and servant hood to the least of them. KV




Previous Bible Text: Luke 18:27

But He said, “The things which are impossible with men are possible with God.”

Previous Bible Question

How is it possible for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven?


1. Only with God's help, grace, mercy, and forgiveness through Christ our Lord and Savior. LB

2.By living a Christ-like life. By building treasures in heaven. By focusing on God and helping others less fortunate. By using the talents God gave us in all those endeavors. CC

3. A rich man can enter the kingdom if he has true humility and the grace of God. A man who is spiritually rich enters more easily than those with worldly goods. MW

4. God is all powerful and can save anyone He chooses. We can be saved thru His mercy. Therefore we pray, "Lord Have Mercy On Me A Sinner." MB

5. By understanding that his riches really belong to God and are only on loan to him and therefore he should use them to spread the good news while on earth. KV

6. The answer is in the Gospel reading " With God all things are possible" This is an anticipation for Christ our God to arise for the dead. Fr. Andrew

Previous Bible Text: Luke 12:21

"So is he who lays up treasure for himself, and is not rich toward God.”

Previous Bible Question

How does the kingdom of heaven figure into Jesus's teaching about acquiring earthly treasure?


1. When we are overly concerned with our material well being and not with those who are less fortunate, we are not doing God's Work and we are not rich towards Him. We are also rich towards Him when we support His Church. We need to be more concerned with building treasures in heaven than on earth. MB

2. It's like they say, "You can't take it with you". Earthly treasures will be of no value in the next kingdom. The only thing that will be required in the heavenly kingdom will be a clean heart and a love for God. KV

3. This is the answer. From the prayer "You want us to share with the poor, the needy and for the building up of Your kingdom on earth made present in Your Holy Church."