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Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: Miracles

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 6/28/21

FR MICHAEL BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr Michael Boakye Yeboah: Vice Rector of St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

MIRACLES

            I can say that in our contemporary times “Miracles” can be seen as the most publicized “element” of Christianity. It possesses a highly commercial value and if I am not to exaggerate, ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: Lord, Take Control

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 6/21/21

FR MICHAEL BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr Michael Boakye Yeboah: Vice Rector of St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

LORD TAKE CONTROL

            Mark tells us a story that is familiar with seafarers. If one assesses the details with which Mark gives this account it is likely that a master seafarer like Peter ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: He Knows Not How

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 6/14/21

FR MICHAEL BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr Michael Boakye Yeboah: Vice Rector of St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

 “HE KNOWS NOT HOW”

            In most homes, one can find some marks on the door post or the kitchen wall. These marks are normally indicators of how children in the house track their ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: The Blood of the Sacrifice

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 6/07/21

FR MICHAEL BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr Michael Boakye Yeboah: Vice Rector of St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

THE BLOOD OF THE SACRIFICE

            In most cultures, there exists a form of blood sacrifice. Countless examples can be found in the Old Testament. The covenant that God offers the people in the ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: Privileged Children

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 5/31/21

FR MICHAEL BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr Michael Boakye Yeboah: Vice Rector of St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

PRIVILEGED CHILDREN

One should be extremely glad that because of faith in Jesus Christ (s)he has earned the right to be called a child of God. This right is reserved to only Christians. The ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: The Mark

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 5/25/21

FR MICHAEL BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr Michael Boakye Yeboah: Vice Rector of St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

THE MARK

            Today marks the end of the Easter season. The Church closes this beautiful season with the Solemnity of Pentecost. On Pentecost Sunday we celebrate the feast of the outpouring of the ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: A Compassionate Prayer

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 5/17/21

FR MICHAEL BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr Michael Boakye Yeboah: Vice Rector of St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

A COMPASSIONATE PRAYER

            There are a lot of things that people love Jesus for, but I think one of the things that stands out is his compassion for all children of God, especially ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: The Will

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 5/10/21

FR MICHAEL BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr Michael Boakye Yeboah: Vice Rector of St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

THE WILL

            A “Will” can also be referred to as a “Testament”. It is a legal means by which an owner of property disposes of his asserts in the event of his death. ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: An Assurance with a Warning

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 5/03/21

FR MICHAEL BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr Michael Boakye Yeboah: Vice Rector of St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

AN ASSURANCE WITH A WARNING

            The parable of the vine conveys a marvelous sense of assurance: that we are somehow rooted, firmly and enduringly; that our birth does not leave us orphaned, isolated, ... Read More »

Fr. Michael's Thoughts on Biblical Imagery: I Need a Good Shepherd

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 4/26/21

FR MICHAEL BIBLICAL IMAGERY

(Fr Michael Boakye Yeboah: Vice Rector of St Gregory Seminary, Kumasi-Ghana)

I NEED A GOOD SHEPHERD

            What world are we living in? I am not old but I am lost in this world; if I compare the life and “accepted norms” of the 21st ... Read More »