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A New Heaven And A New Earth

Acts 11:1-18; Psalm 148; Revelation 21:1-6; John 13:31-35 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church May 19, 2019 –Fifth Sunday of Easter It was predicted in the 1990s that the 21st Century church would soon look more like the 1st Century church than the 20th Century church. Now we are reading an explosion of books by postmodern spiritual writers who have rediscovered the underlying themes of the First Century spiritual classics in the new reality that was unfolding before us. We were just beginning to see at the turn of the 21st Century the disintegration of staid institutional forms and hierarchical structures that could last for decades and generations unchanged. Globalization and the Inte

My Sheep Hear My Voice

Acts 9:36-43 Psalm 23; Revelations 7:9-17; John 10:22-30 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church May 12, 2019 –Fourth Sunday of Easter I promised you early in this Christian year, shortly after Christmas, that we would be spending a lot of time in Luke this year. Here we are this morning, reading from the gospel of John again this morning. We read and pray and preach our way through the Bible in a three-year cycle and the third year we are in now, Year C, follows Luke closely. So where is Luke. We are also reading from Acts, also believed to have been written by Luke, the Greek physician. In fact, some people refer to Luke and Acts together, as Luke-Acts. Here in Acts 9 we are hearing abo

Feed My Lambs

Acts 9:1-6 (7-20); Psalm 30; Revelations 5:11-14; John 21:1-19 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church May 5, 2019 –Third Sunday of Easter Once again, our Scriptures and our Liturgy and our Hymnody lead us into a time of contemplation. What was true 2,000 years ago that is still true now? What will always be true? How can I align myself with this truth to live in attunement with it? How can I ride the big wave…the deep wave…the true wave…of life…so that when all is said and done, people will say, “Here was a man”? Paul thought he knew what would always be true. We think smart people will be able to see the truth at all times and in all places. But Paul was wrong once …at least once. We ca


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