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Let Every Eye Behold Him

2 Samuel 23:1-7; Psalm 132:1-12; Revelations 1:4b-8; John 18:33-37 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church November 25, 2018 –Christ the King Sunday It is Christ the King Sunday. May our prayer today be that every eye beholds Jesus as the great source of all truth and all love and all life. We have said it before but we need to be especially mindful of it on this one Sunday, set aside between one Christian year and the next, that we celebrate that Jesus is our King and more than that, one with God. Everyone believes in God, but there are many gods you can choose from in this world. Not all of them are the God in the Bible. Money is god enough for some people. To have wealth and financia

A New And Living Way Opened For Us

1 Samuel 1:4-20; Psalm 113; Hebrews 10:11-14, 19-25; Mark 13:1-8 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church November 18, 2018 –Twenty-sixth Sunday After Pentecost Count your blessings, one by one It will surprise you What the Lord has done. Our vision continues to clear as we come to the end of another Christian year, Anno Domini 2018 and the Season of Advent awaits our arrival. Paul reminds us this morning that the great gift of Christ is to open the way to all power and all truth and all life to all people. “For by one sacrifice he has made perfect forever those who are being made holy.” Who are those who are being made holy? Those who will stand with open eyes, see what there is to see, h

Two Coins Worth Only A Few Pennies

Ruth 3:1-5, 4:13-17; Psalm 42;Hebrews 9:24-28; Mark 12:38-44 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church November 11, 2018 –Twenty-fifth Sunday After Pentecost "Kelly, I do miss all of you and Bigfork and your little church!!!!! I have been gone four years and I think many others are now gone. However, I am safe and well at The Rockwood Retirement Community at Spokane!" Dewey Muhleman We have been talking about priorities as we have been closing out our Christian year. It has not been about our priority over our neighbor, because love for neighbor has nothing to do with who that neighbor is. It is not about our race or party over all others because domination by one faction over others is n

Wherever You Go I Will Go

Ruth 1:1-18; Psalm 146; Hebrews 9:11-14; Mark 12:28-34 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church November 4, 2018 –Twenty-fourth Sunday After Pentecost “Wherever you go I will go,” Ruth proclaims to Naomi this morning. These are among the most powerful words in the Bible…in my humble opinion. It is a statement of loyalty by a daughter-in-law to her mother-in-law. Such loyalty is not automatic and should come to us a bit of a surprise. But it is more than that. Let us look at the context, what happened before the statement is made. Historically, we are in the time that Israel is a loose federation of tribes to protect them from invasions from hostile tribes. So we find the book of Ruth in our


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