Homily (Reflection) for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday of the Year (A) (18th October, 2020) on the Gospel Is 45:1.4-6; Ps 95:1.3-5.7-10. (R.v.7); 1Thess 1:1-5; Matt 22:15-21. There is a story in Father Gerard Fuller’s book, Stories for all seasons about John Wesley’s three-point sermon. During this sermon, his first point was “Get all you can.” To this, an old rich miser said, “Amen.” Next Wesley said, “Keep all you can.” Again, the miser said, “Amen.” Then the preacher said, “Give all you can.” And the selfish man said, “What a shame to spoil a good sermon”. Topic: Giving to Emperor what is Emperor’s.