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Woodmont United Methodist Church
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2 Corinthians 9:6-8

Sermon Series – Be•lov•ed
January 21/22 Part 3: Blessed

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   Grace and peace to you in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I pray that you all had a wonderful and blessed time celebrating the birth of Jesus and spending time with family and friends. This coming Sunday I will begin a series based on Henri Nouwen’s book “Life of the Beloved.” It is also Epiphany Sunday – the day we celebrate the revelation of God incarnate in Jesus Christ. It is also the revelation of God to the Gentiles, embodied in the three wise men.

   Nouwen’s book is written in the form of a letter to a friend. The basis of the book is in the words of God when Jesus was baptized – This is my beloved son, in whom I am well pleased. In the next six weeks we’ll look at what it means to live and act as a beloved child of God. This will be a time to explore what it means to live a spirit filled or spiritual life.

   His book is directly related to the sacrament of Holy Communion. The bread is Taken, Blessed, Broken, and Given. That Holy meal becomes the basis and foundation of our Spiritual life. For God claims us, blesses us, recognizes our brokenness and sin, and expects us to share the blessing with others. Each week we’ll explore the various aspects of this holy meal and the impact it has on our spiritual lives.

   If nothing else, I pray that each of us will recognize in this new year how to live as those who are the Beloved children of God.
In His Service,     
Pastor Don     

Preceeding Sermons

Sermon Series – Be•lov•ed

 Isaiah 43:1-4
January 14, 15 Taken · bulletins
 Matthew 3:13-17
January 7 – Being the Beloved · bulletins

John 3:17, Matthew 28:18-20, Ephesians 2: 8-10

 Dec 31 – What If? · bulletins

Advent Series – The Cast of Christmas

 Matthew 1:18-25
Dec 24 – Jesus · bulletins
 Luke 2:1-7
Dec 17, 18 – Mary and Joseph · bulletins
 Luke 2:8-20
Dec 10, 11 – Angels and Shepherds · bulletins
 Luke 2:25-40
Dec 3, 4 – Simeon and Anna · bulletins

Psalm 100

 Nov 26, 27 – All They Sung Was Anthems · bulletins

Consecration Sunday
 Luke 17:11-19
Nov 19 – Where Are the Nine? · bulletin






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