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The Fullness Of Time

THE FULLNESS OF TIME Isaiah 61:10-62:3; Psalm 148; Galatians 4:4-7; Luke 2:22-40 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church DECEMBER 31, 2017 – First Sunday after Christmas Last week, we were like children, full of possibility and imagination at the coming of Christmas one more time. We remembered the family we gathered with as children and we remembered the challenging events that gave us something new to celebrate…something new in all the world…and still new. We have had our gatherings now. I hope you had a good time with friends and family, and that you have heard from many people who remember you with joy. I hope the story of the Nativity gained new, special meaning for you. Now we com

May It Be To Me According To Your Will

MAY IT BE TO ME ACCORDING TO YOUR WILL 2 Samuel 7:1-11, 16; Luke 1:47-55; Romans 16:25-27; Luke 1:26-38 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church DECEMBER 24, 2017 – Fourth Sunday in Advent How did it come to be Christmas so soon? It has been a busy season and it has come crashing into our lives on its own schedule, at its own time, in its own place and its own way. But that is Christmas. It didn’t come the way Mary expected it. The whole thing was a surprise to Joseph. Last week, as we saw the story unfold in our pageant, there was a surprise at every turn. For us, the Christmas story is the same year after year. Angels and shepherds, a census and no room at the inn. We know what is goi

What Should I Shout

Isaiah 40:1-11; Psalm 85:1-2, 8-13; 2 Peter 3:8-15a; Mark 1:1-8 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church DECEMBER 10, 2017 – Second Sunday in Advent So a really big thing is about to happen. It is better than the best new product Apple ever announced. It will change more lives than the invention of electricity. It will end global warming. It will restore vegetation where there have been fires. It will reclaim land that has been flooded. It is bigger than solar energy. It is bigger than ending malaria. To say it as clearly as I can, it is the salvation of the world. I know there are people who will be skeptical, and I know there are people who will try to make a buck out of it. When the c

We Are The Clay

Isaiah 64:1-9; Psalm 80:1-7, 17-19; 1 Corinthians 1:3-9; Mark 13:24-37 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church DECEMBER 3, 2017 – First Sunday in Advent Isaiah is quoted in the gospels more than any of the other prophets. The book is written over a period of time, with First Isaiah, chapters 1 to 39, describing the last days of Jerusalem, Second Isaiah, Chapters 40 to 55, narrating the days Israel is in Exile in Babylon, and Third Isaiah, Chapters 56 to 66, talking about Israel after their leaders were permitted to return to Jerusalem. Our reading from Ezekiel last week would have been written during the same days Second Isaiah was being written. Today, we are in the time frame of Third I


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