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Slaves to Righteousness

Genesis 21:8-14;Psalm 86:1-10, 16-17; Romans 6:1b-11;Matthew 10:28-39 BIGFORK COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH June 28, 2020 – 4th Sunday after Pentecost Everyone has a god. For some it is money, for others fame, for others just having a good old time. But the Bible is a book that thinks it has seen the God and once you have seen that, it is impossible to settle for less. It wrote itself to tell anyone who asked what it saw...when it was and where…how the understanding rose up in the midst of humankind…what else was going on… In other words…in so many different places…at so many different times…before so many different people…why dose the Good Book think it saw the God? When the Bible ope

Should We Keep On Sinning

Genesis 21:8-14; Psalm 86:1-10, 16-17; Romans 6:1b-11; Matthew 10:28-39 BIGFORK COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH June 21, 2020 – Third Sunday after Pentecost Paul calls us to task today. We are the luckiest people in the world. Our lives have been opened to the life abundant…the life eternal. Through no merit of our own, God loves us so much that the Promised One is sent to us at the right time… at the right place. It has happened. It is finished. Our free gift from God has arrived. We are made alive in a new way by our understanding of the story. There was one who was so good that no matter what happened, it all turned better than we could have hoped. He came to save us, even while we sin

The Kingdom Has Come Near

Genesis 18:1-15; Psalm 116:1-2, 12-19; Romans 5:1-8; Matthew 9:35-10:8 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church June 14, 2020 – 2nd Sunday After Pentecost It is good to be back together…or a bit closer to being back together. We have all agreed to a long list of conditions to have our reopening plan approved, but we have agreed to them to make this as safe a place as we can be…for everyone. The world was a dangerous place for Abraham and Sarah, too. They were camped at a famous place in the desert, near the oaks of Mamre. They had no army. There were police they could call if they found themselves in trouble. So their watchword was hospitality when strangers showed up. Three men could have

Let There Be Light

Genesis 1:1-2:4a; Psalm 8; 2 Corinthians 13:11-13; Matthew 28:16-20 Bigfork Community United Methodist Church June 7, 2020 – Trinity Sunday It is Trinity Sunday, the day in the Christian Year that Methodists contemplate the nature of God as multifaceted and as one. Our reading from Matthew this morning, “the Great Commission,” tells of Jesus sending his followers into the world to make disciples of all people “in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” So you have it right there…we are given three gifts and one gift…the Three-in-One, as it is sometimes called. The Creation Story we read in Genesis can be divided into three parts, too. The first three days, God creates

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