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Worship Service for 6/13/21 or the video click on the following (5) Facebook
Welcome! It’s good to have everyone joining us in worship.
ANNOUNCEMENTS: This week is Food Pantry on Wednesday from 4:00-5:30. I will not be able to help because I will be attending the clergy session of Annual Conference and the Ordination Service on Wednesday. If you can help, please contact Mark and Lynn.
Annual Conference will be Wednesday – Saturday. You can watch the Livestreaming on the given site listed in the bulletin. The retirement celebration will be online on Thursday at 2:00.
Our Call to Worship is “Jesus Messiah.” (By Chris Tomlin, Daniel Carson, Ed Cash, & Jesse Reeves) This song tells us about who Jesus is. Verse 1 – He became sin who knew no sin; that we might become His righteousness. He humbled Himself and carried the cross; love so amazing, love so amazing. Chorus – Jesus Messiah, Name above all names, Blessed Redeemer, Emmanuel,
Let’s be in an attitude of prayer as we pray to the Lord to send His light to light our path. “Light of Christ, shine on our path. Chase away all darkness. Illumine us. And Lead us to the heart of God.” Amen
CHILDREN’S MESSAGE: Hello! How are you today? Jesus has told us in the Bible many names for Himself. Some of them are a little hard to understand. Today we are going to hear one of these names for Jesus. I hope I can help you to understand what He means by this name for Jesus. Let’s listen to one of the Bible verses where He talk about this name. In John chapter 6, verse 51, Jesus said, “I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Have you ever seen anyone sitting or standing holding a sign like this? I see them a lot as I drive in different places. They may be dirty, or dressed in ragged clothes, or maybe even normal clothes, standing on a busy street corner holding up a sign like this one that says, “Will Work for Food.” What do you think when you see them? I have wondered how hungry they are. I sometimes wonder whether they really buy food with the money that they get. What do you think Jesus might want us to do when we see these people? Perhaps he might want us to get them some food or something to drink. Jesus was always concerned about the physical needs of people. That’s why he spent so much of his time healing people who were sick, and feeding the hungry. Don’t you think he wants us to do the same? Jesus wasn’t just concerned about empty stomachs — he was even more concerned about empty hearts. One day, after filling the empty stomachs of over 5,000 people, Jesus said to them, “I am the living bread that came down from heaven. If anyone eats of this bread, he will live forever.” Jesus was telling them that he came to give his life so that they could have everlasting life — if they would believe and trust in him. Jesus wants us to be concerned about empty stomachs, but he also wants us to be concerned about empty hearts. As we share our bread with the hungry, let us also share the story of Jesus, the Bread of Life, so that they may have Jesus in their lives and never die. Let’s pray… Dear Father, we thank you for sending Jesus, the Bread of Life, so that we can be filled with Him and never die. Help us to share the story of Jesus with others, so that they can fill their hearts with Him and they will never be hungry again. Amen.
As we come to the time of tithes and offerings, thank you for all you have given for the ministries of the Lord. The Pennies from Heaven jars are out every week right now, since people come on different weeks. This way everyone gets a chance to give to help our missions. Offerings aren’t collected during the services at this time, so people can place their offerings in the plates on the sound board or send them to the church or Joanna. The bulletin has information about the monthly budget needs and the giving for the current month. It also gives the remaining amount owed for apportionments. Let us know if you would like to receive a bulletin at home. Let’s pray, as we dedicate the tithes and offerings that have been given this week… Dear Lord, We dedicate these tithes and offerings to You that have been given over this past week. Thank You for all that You have provided for each of us, and for all that has been given. Help us to give in the best ways possible, according to Your will. Bless each gift and each giver. In Jesus Christ’s name we pray, Amen. Stand as you are able and praise our God for our many blessings, as we sing the Doxology; “Praise God from whom all blessings flow. Praise Him all creatures here below. Praise Him above ye heav’nly host. Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost! Amen”
As we have come to our time of Joys & Concerns: Are there joys that you want to share? Joys shared: Today is Bruce and Ruthanne’s 55th anniversary! Also, a praise for those who came to help for Outside Work Day at the church: Dana & Robin, Martha, Brett & Heather, Bruce, Chad & Sandy spreading mulch; Sandy, Lee, & Betty ran weed-eaters, as well. The outside looks very nice. Thanks for all the hard work. –Last night there was a bonfire with basically the same group who helped on the work day, so they weren’t too lively. Plus a few more came as well. –Kirk Ambrose had surgery earlier this week. Everything went well and he’s thankful for a good surgery. Sandy B. has a joy. Her granddaughter Gwen is on her first operating experience as a flight attendant. She will be flying all over the country, so prayers for safety. -My husband’s stress test results were good. Thank you for all of your prayers.
Concerns shared: -Dawn Hennie’s friend Carol died this week from COVID. We have been praying for her over the last several weeks. Prayers for Carol’s family and friends. – Dawn’s grandson Cole will be having his tonsils and adenoids removed on Tues. Prayers for a good surgery and recovery. -The family and friends of Dick Winkler still need our prayers. There is only a graveside service at the National cemetery tomorrow at 11:00. If you wish to attend this service, you need to be at Auble Gillman Funeral Home for the procession no later than 10:25. No other services will be held. -Continued prayers have been requested for Laurie Halliwell, as well as her husband Jon and son Caleb. She continues in Hospice care.
– Hopton’s grandson Chase needs continued prayers. He is back in the hospital for surgery to remove the pump that was working for him because infection set in. -Traveling mercies for all who are traveling. Sheila’s hospital roommate Annie has had radiation and Several as complications from that. –Pam Hartman is home with an ear infection. She is going through a lot of health issues currently. Please keep her in prayer at all times. Also, prayers for Lisa & Bob Hartman. They were hoping to join everyone at the bonfire, but were unable and they miss everyone. Hi to everyone from them. Several unspoken requests. Let’s Pray for everyone who has been represented by both spoken and unspoken requests… Heavenly Father, we thank You once again for hearing and answering our prayers, even when we may not realize that You have answered, and the answers may be different from what we expect. We know that Your will is perfect and we trust You to do what is right. Be with all who are grieving the loss of loved ones at this time, whether recent losses or others. Help them all to feel your presence with them, and give them the comfort and peace that is needed to get them through this time. Please place Your healing touch on all those who are ill or injured. Give them the healing that is needed according to Your will. And we ask for a hedge of protection around all who are traveling and we thank You for the safe travel that You have already given. Lord, You know the needs of each and every one. You’ve heard the requests and the praises already, so we place them into Your hands today to do with as You will. Please continue to be working within our country and our world to change hearts and minds to make decisions according to Your will. We pray this in the name of Jesus, as we continue to pray the prayer He has taught us to pray, Our Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil, for Thine is the Kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever, Amen.
Our song of preparation is “Holy, Holy, Holy” UMH #64 Let’s praise and worship the Trinity of God; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (By John Bacchus Dykes & Reginald Heber) Verse 1 – Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, early in the morning our song shall rise to Thee; Holy, holy, holy, Merciful and mighty, God in three persons, Blessed Trinity! Verse 2 – Holy, holy, holy, all the saints adore Thee, casting down their golden crowns around the glassy sea; cherubim and seraphim falling down before Thee, which wert and art and evermore shalt be. Verse 3 – Holy, holy, holy, though the darkness hide Thee, though the eye of sinful man Thy glory may not see; only Thou art holy, there is none beside Thee, perfect in power, in love and purity. Verse 4 – Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, all Thy works shall praise Thy name in earth and sky and sea; Holy, holy, holy, Merciful and mighty, God in three persons, Blessed Trinity!
Our SCRIPTURE LESSON today is from John 6:24-66.
24 When the crowd saw that neither Jesus nor his disciples were there, they got into the boats and came to Capernaum looking for Jesus. 25 When they found him on the other side of the lake, they asked him, “Rabbi, when did you get here?” 26 Jesus replied, “I assure you that you are looking for me not because you saw miraculous signs but because you ate all the food you wanted.
27 Don’t work for the food that doesn’t last but for the food that endures for eternal life, which the Human One will give you. God the Father has confirmed him as his agent to give life.” 28 They asked, “What must we do in order to accomplish what God requires?” 29 Jesus replied, “This is what God requires, that you believe in him whom God sent.” 30 They asked, “What miraculous sign will you do, that we can see and believe you? What will you do? 31 Our ancestors ate manna in the wilderness, just as it is written, He gave them bread from heaven to eat.” 32 Jesus told them, “I assure you, it wasn’t Moses who gave the bread from heaven to you, but my Father gives you the true bread from heaven. 33 The bread of God is the one who comes down from heaven and gives life to the world.” 34 They said, “Sir, give us this bread all the time!” 35 Jesus replied, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty. 36 But I told you that you have seen me and still don’t believe. 37 Everyone whom the Father gives to me will come to me, and I won’t send away anyone who comes to me. 38 I have come down from heaven not to do my will, but the will of him who sent me. 39 This is the will of the one who sent me, that I won’t lose anything he has given me, but I will raise it up at the last day. 40 This is my Father’s will: that all who see the Son and believe in him will have eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day.” 41 The Jewish opposition grumbled about him because he said, “I am the bread that came down from heaven.” 42 They asked, “Isn’t this Jesus, Joseph’s son, whose mother and father we know? How can he now say, ‘I have come down from heaven’?” 43 Jesus responded, “Don’t grumble among yourselves. 44 No one can come to me unless they are drawn to me by the Father who sent me, and I will raise them up at the last day. 45 It is written in the Prophets, And they will all be taught by God. Everyone who has listened to the Father and learned from him comes to me. 46 No one has seen the Father except the one who is from God. He has seen the Father. 47 I assure you, whoever believes has eternal life. 48 I am the bread of life. 49 Your ancestors ate manna in the wilderness and they died.
50 This is the bread that comes down from heaven so that whoever eats from it will never die. 51 I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Whoever eats this bread will live forever, and the bread that I will give for the life of the world is my flesh.” 52 Then the Jews debated among themselves, asking, “How can this man give us his flesh to eat?” 53 Jesus said to them, “I assure you, unless you eat the flesh of the Human One and drink his blood, you have no life in you. 54 Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day. 55 My flesh is true food and my blood is true drink. 56 Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me and I in them. 57 As the living Father sent me, and I live because of the Father, so whoever eats me lives because of me. 58 This is the bread that came down from heaven. It isn’t like the bread your ancestors ate, and then they died. Whoever eats this bread will live forever.” 59 Jesus said these things while he was teaching in the synagogue in Capernaum. 60 Many of his disciples who heard this said, “This message is harsh. Who can hear it?” 61 Jesus knew that the disciples were grumbling about this and he said to them, “Does this offend you? 62 What if you were to see the Human One going up where he was before? 63 The Spirit is the one who gives life and the flesh doesn’t help at all.
The words I have spoken to you are spirit and life. 64 Yet some of you don’t believe.” Jesus knew from the beginning who wouldn’t believe and the one who would betray him. 65 He said, “For this reason I said to you that none can come to me unless the Father enables them to do so.” 66 At this, many of his disciples turned away and no longer accompanied him. The Word of God for the people of God. Praise be to God!
MESSAGE: Today we are continuing with the series on “Who Is Jesus?”. We have a lot to learn! Last week we heard a little about who Jesus is, but without much detail in it. Today we will dig deeper into what Jesus meant by one of His “I Am” statements. There are seven “I Am” statements that Jesus made. People were asking Jesus to prove who He was, and to explain who He was. Many times even today people need an explanation about who He is and to understand who Jesus is and can be in their lives. Throughout a series of passages in the Book of John, Jesus said, “I Am the bread of life.” “I Am the Light of the world.” “I Am the gate.” “I Am the Good Shepherd.” “I Am the Resurrection and the life.” “I Am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.” And finally, “I Am the True Vine.” Jesus was speaking in metaphors here, this was to give them understanding through things they might relate to in their everyday lives, so that they could understand His message better. We’ll look closer today at the section of scripture where Jesus says that He is the Bread of Life, the Bread of Heaven, and the Bread of God. This was quite a few terminologies used. We are going to look closely to see what He was talking about. That was quite a passage that was read a moment ago, and one of the things not read was that in John 6, Jesus was speaking to a crowd in Bethsaida, answering questions and trying to get them to understand who He was and why He was there. After the feeding of the 5,000, which happened at the end of that discussion, Jesus and His Disciples had crossed the Sea of Galilee to travel to Capernaum. In the morning, once the crowd realized that neither Jesus nor His Disciples were there, they got into the boats and went to Capernaum in search of Jesus. They must have heard Jesus and the Disciples talking about where they were going next, because there were quite a few places along that lake that they could have gone. But they all ended up in Capernaum. Once they found Jesus, they ask Him when He had arrived. Did you notice that Jesus did not answer that question? He obviously didn’t think it was important. However, He proceeded to tell them that they were searching for Him for the wrong reason. He said they had been filled by the bread that they had been given the night before, so they were looking for more bread to fill them up but that bread doesn’t last. Jesus was telling them that he came to give his life so that they could have everlasting life — if they would believe and trust in him. He went on to tell them to work for the bread that lasts, which only He can give them, because God the Father had made it so He could do this. They asked what they must do to receive this bread. His respond was that they must believe in Him. Then they asked what miracle would He perform so that they could believe Him, because God had sent manna down to their ancestors in the wilderness. So they wanted Jesus to perform a miracle so they could make sure that He was who He said He was.Jesus assured them that God was the One who provided that bread but He was the Bread of God who came from Heaven and gives life to the world. They liked the idea of that, and they said, “Sir, from now on gives us this bread!” Who wouldn’t like the idea of never being hungry again? Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty. But I told you that, you have seen me, and you still don’t believe.” Jesus continued to assure them by telling them that He came to do God the Father’s will, not His own, and that He won’t send anyone away who comes to Him. He said again, that all who see Him and believe in Him will have eternal life. They questioned all that He said, because they knew who the believed to be His parents. Mary was His true mother, but Joseph was not. How could He be the Bread of Life, or say that He has come down from Heaven when they knew who His father and mother were? Or so they thought! Jesus knew what they were saying, because they were whispering, thinking that He didn’t know. And He told them to stop grumbling among themselves. Do you think they were startled when He told them to stop grumbling, when they were trying to keep it from Him? He repeated what He had told them. “No one can come to me unless they are drawn to me by the Father who sent me, and I will raise them up at the last day” Jesus continued saying, “It is written in the Scriptures that they will be taught by God. Everyone who learns and listens will come to Me.” So we know that if we read His Word, we believe in His Word, and we listen to His Word, and listen to the Spirit’s leading, we will xome to Jesus according to what Jesus says here. It’s up to God whether we hear or not, because it is God who will send us. I think God gives all of that opportunity, but it is up to us to look, to listen, to believe. So they are probably questioning themselves now, “SO Who is Jesus, really?” Jesus went on to tell them again that whoever believes will have eternal life, and that He is the Bread of Life. The crowd had reminded Jesus of the manna that God had sent the Israelites; manna while they were in the wilderness with Moses. He told them that their ancestors eventually died even though they ate the manna. It did give them sustenance for a time. Even though they referred to manna as bread from heaven, it was not the true Bread from Heaven which gives eternal life. But this bread that He is speaking of comes from heaven, so that whoever eats it will live forever; and He, Jesus, is that Bread from Heaven, Living Bread. He said, “Whoever eats this bread will live forever, and the bread that I will give for the life of the world is my flesh.” That upset the Jews more; they asked, “How can He give us His flesh to eat?” Jesus said to them, “… unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Manand drink His blood, you have no life in you. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day. My flesh is true food and my blood is true drink.” Jesus said What?… He said it more than once. He said that He is the flesh and the blood that we are to eat and drink, but did He mean it literally? Let’s see… The people in the crowd were shocked at what He was saying. Those who were and are thinking literally would have been repulsed by what Jesus has said. Those who were and are spiritually minded and already connected spiritually to Jesus would understand the idea of taking in His Words, as if eating His flesh; taking in His teachings; and taking in His life, life in Christ. This may also be recognized as a foreshadowing of Jesus’ sacrificial death and the new covenant that He’s making with His people. Jesus later during The Last Supper reminded of these truths that He spoke at this time. His body and blood are the true food and true drink offered to us for eternal life. But they are figurative terms. We are to take Christ into us. He enters into our hearts. He enters into our spirits through the Holy Spirit. That is what is meant by eating His flesh and drinking His blood. Can you understand why some denominations believe that in Holy Communion the bread and wine is truly made into His flesh and blood, so that then they can consume that? Because, they are looking at scripture literally. This is what we need to look closely at to see what God and Jesus really intended at this time. Jesus was giving them the message in a very unusual way. The message is that just as we need our daily bread for our natural earthly life, we need Jesus more, for eternal life. The mortal body will die some day and it is only those who have the life of Jesus in them that will be raise up to eternal life on the last day.” Jesus continued on with the same wording, reassuring that those who eat His flesh and drink His blood remain in Him and He in them. Many of His disciples said that this was a harsh message. They asked who would hear it, or understand it; thinking about the fact that many were not spiritual connected to the point of holy understanding of what He meant. Jesus asked them if it offended them. He could have been asking them if many of His statements were offensive to them. Was it that He was speaking of His flesh and blood; or were they offended by His reference to Him being the Bread of Heaven; or was it that He referred to Him coming down from Heaven?… Then He asked them what they would think when they saw Him returning to Heaven. That ahain was one of those things that He was already letting them know what was going to happen, but they weren’t understanding that that was the case. Jesus told specifically, “The Spirit is the one who gives life and the flesh doesn’t help at all.” Does this kind of bring it around that He wasn’t speaking of earthly flesh?… He’s talking about spirituality and taking Him in spiritually. “The words I have spoken to you are spirit, and they are life.” It is His Words. It is His teachings. It is Him and His spiritual life that we are to take within us.
Jesus pointed out to all there that He knew that some didn’t believe. He knew from the beginning who didn’t believe, and the one who would betray him. Judas was there. The same is true today. He knows who believes in Him and is trying to follow His ways, and He knows who doesn’t believe or who doesn’t fully believe and who are only going through the motions with no spiritual connection, or very little spiritual connection to Him. Jesus reminded at this time, “For this reason I said to you that no one can come to me unless the Father enables them to do so.” He is also speaking this to us. “No one can come to Him unless Father God enables us through the Holy Spirit to do so.” God knows our hearts, and whether we are going to be fully into Christ. And He helps us along the way with the Holy Spirit. From that time, many of His disciples turned away, went back home, and no longer accompanied him through the rest of His ministry on earth. And you may think, “But the 12 were with Him after that. What so you mean that some of His disciples left? This is talking about those thousands who followed Him to Capernaum, that had been following Him around from place to place watching the miracles and hearing His Words. And those who still did not understand turned and went back home to not continue following from that point. The 12 Disciples continued on with Him. Jesus continued challenging those who followed Him. There were others who still came along. Wherever He was, they were there, both men and women. It’s very important to understand the meaning behind His sayings. Understanding who Jesus is, gives us a glimpse at the character of God. Jesus is just a portion of who God is. As we know, God is Father God, Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit. If we fail to understand who Jesus is, then we lose a very important part of who God is, and we fail to have Him fully in our lives. Bread was a very important staple in the lives of the Jews, and in many of our lives. It sustains physically, but Jesus sustains spiritually, and continues to sustain us. Jesus is the Bread of Life. Life is found in Him. Jesus is life for all those who believe in Him and live in Him.
Who Is Jesus for you? Is He your Bread of Life?…
Let’s Pray…Dear Father God, We thank You for sending us Jesus to bring us new life with You. We thank You for giving Him as the Bread of Life to spiritually enter us and to sustain us for eternity, if we only choose to believe. Help us to accept Him as our Sustainer and Provider of Eternal Life; our Bread of Life. We pray in the name of Jesus Christ, who is the Bread of Life. Amen.
PERSONAL REFLECTION: Take a few moments to reflect on the message from Jesus about who He can be in your life. Remember that the altar rail is always open if you want to come and pray to give your life to Jesus or to renew your life with Him. At home and here you can always pray in your seats, also. This is your time with Jesus. Give Him a few moments.
If you listened to those words and if we would take those words in as Christians completely, we know that as we continue to seek Christ and continue to live as Christ, those divisions that are happening in this country and this world would be no more. Because if all Christians could show that connectedness instead of trying to split apart the churches, as is happening these days as well, it wouldn’t be anything other than showing the unity of the church. And people would want to be a part of it. So go out today to be a Christian in the way that Christ has called us to be. May we recognize Him as your Bread of Life; feeding on Him, and sustaining yourself through Him, so that He may give you that connection and the unity that abounds in Christian spirit! Go in peace! Amen
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