St. Jerome's Episcopal Church
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Thursday Great Books Study at 10:30 AM
                       
  Dear Folks:
 
Christ always discerns the spiritual condition of each soul He meets and, even if THEY don't know it, points them toward their real need: Salvation. In this chapter Jesus provides 3 types of sinners and the different appi
  As recorded in Luke, Chapter 15, Jesus deals with three situations that reveal God's love for all.
Please read Chapter 15 in Luke. 
In our class last week, we devoted all our time to giving consideration to only the parable of the lost sheep, so this week we will move on to the lost coin, and perhaps at least begin our study of the parable known as 
"The Parable of the Prodigal Son". What has been so important to keep in mind is that God desires that we are returned to the "fold" of God's love and enjoy the benefits of God's everlasting love no matter how far away we have wandered. God does not exclude us because of our "sins", but rather prays that we will turn from them and return to the fold of God's love and forgiveness. Of course, this is important to for us to consider when we encounter those who have hurt (turned their backs on) us and challenge ourselves to respond as God does.
Since I post this study on Face Book as well as the St Jerome's website, https://www.saintjeromeschama.com/, I invite comments and questions from any of you who are not able to be physically with us, but find this study meaningful and would like to be a part of it. Please feel free to coc




Fr. Colin Kelly
St. Jerome's Episcopal Church 
331 N. Pine, State Road 29
Chama, NM 87520
cpkellyl@aol.com

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