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A young doctor was offered... -- Amos 5:6-7, 10-15 -- Proper 23 | Ordinary Time 28 - B -- 1994
A young doctor was offered a job as an associate in a successful practice.
One afternoon, author and sociologist... -- Amos 5:6-7, 10-15 -- Proper 23 | Ordinary Time 28 - B -- 1994
One afternoon, author and sociologist Tony Campolo received a phone call from a friend who was meeti
Sometimes she felt she surely... -- Amos 5:6-7, 10-15 -- Proper 23 | Ordinary Time 28 - B -- 1994
Sometimes she felt she surely knew the distant vision of the date farmer, for the one who planted d
Amos warns us of the... -- Amos 5:6-7, 10-15 -- Proper 23 | Ordinary Time 28 - B -- 1991
Amos warns us of the danger that the love of money can bring to individuals as well as to a nation.
God spoke through Amos to... -- Amos 5:6-7, 10-15 -- Proper 22 | Ordinary Time 27 - A
God spoke through Amos to remind the people of his nation that they had neglected to live out their

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