Job 42:1-6, 10-17 Psalm 34:1-8; Hebrews 7:23-28; Mark 10:46-52 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church October 28, 2018 –Twenty-third Sunday After Pentecost Do we really want to get better? Sure, we have issues. Of course, we’re not perfect. We know we could be better. But do we really want to give up all the quirks we are comfortable with to get there. Job seems to get there this morning. He is blameless. What has happened to him is not a matter between him and God.
Job 38:1-7 (34-41); Psalm 104:1-9, 24, 35c; Hebrews 5:1-10; Mark 10:35-45 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church October 21, 2018 –Twenty-second Sunday After Pentecost “Who is this that obscures my plans with words without knowledge? Brace yourself like a man; I will question you, and you shall answer me.” So begins our meditation this morning, and so we draw close to the end of our time this year thinking about Job, a good, good person who suffered terrible, terrible thin
Job 1:1, 2:1-10; Psalm 26; Hebrews 1:1-4, 2:5-12; Mark 10:2-16 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church October 7, 2018 –Twentieth Sunday After Pentecost Job is the oldest poetic Word in the Bible. At the outset, our ponderings about God made us wonder how such a loving God could permit such terrible things to happen to the creatures of the world. Why would God permit a serpent to tempt humanity…all humanity. What we have been given here and now is so wonderful, and life is