Church Within Sunday Services

for July 1999

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#145
7-4-99
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7-11-99
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7-18-99
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7-25-99

7-4-99 Sunday Service of Church Within #145
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Today's Service is offered by: Pastor Daniel J. Megow

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An Announcement
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We wish to thank those individuals who have and do so lovingly share with us in the continuing Growth of Church Within. Things are starting to happen. Will keep you posted.

"Church Within Building Fund"
PO BOX 293
CDA, ID 83816

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Welcome by: Pastor Daniel
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Greetings my Beloved Sisters and Brothers, and welcome once again to The Church that is Within.

Being born and raised in the United States of America, July 4th has always been pretty special for me. It always makes me think of the Fireworks, the Bands, the Excitement... Yes, and the Ideals for which the USA was founded, especially the statement in the Pledge of Allegiance which says, "One nation, under God, with Liberty and Justice for All."; and The First Amendment of the US Constitution --- "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances." Indeed, though we may frequently fall short on some of these ideals, still I consider them to be worthy of striving towards.
Maybe someday. Hey! It could happen. What if...

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Quotes
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(from: The Urantia Papers - Paper-71 Section-4)
        Economics, society, and government must evolve if they are to remain. Static conditions on an evolutionary world are indicative of decay; only those institutions which move forward with the evolutionary stream persist.

(from the book: "Otherness" - p.335 © 1994 by David Brin)
        How bizarre, in the context of history, is the impatient, deeply utopian notion, shared by millions, that our institutions can and must be improvable?
        Or that vigorous criticism is one of the best ways to illicit change...
        Or that "I might be wrong" is a statement any adult is made better by saying frequently, aloud or in private...
        Or that it might be possible---and desirable---for children to learn from the mistakes of their parents, or even surpass them...
        Or that a golden age is not to be nostalgically mourned in ancient tomes, but to be earned in a better, wiser tomorrow...?

(From: Hindu - Srimad Bhagavatam 11.15)
Truth has many aspects. Infinite truth has infinite expressions. Though the sages speak in diverse ways, they express one and the same Truth.

(from: The Urantia Papers - Paper-155 Section-6)
        The religions of authority can only divide men and set them in conscientious array against each other; the religion of the spirit will progressively draw men together and cause them to become understandingly sympathetic with one another. The religions of authority require of men uniformity in belief, but this is impossible of realization in the present state of the world. The religion of the spirit requires only unity of experience--uniformity of destiny--making full allowance for diversity of belief. The religion of the spirit requires only uniformity of insight, not uniformity of viewpoint and outlook. The religion of the spirit does not demand uniformity of intellectual views, only unity of spirit feeling.

(From the book: "Correcting Time" ©1999 - by Fred F. Harris, Jr.)
        "Truth is in all things to the discerning eye. And truth is ever expanding as the seeker's understanding broadens. A truth to one person may be gibberish to another who is not yet ready to hear it. For example, many people cannot appreciate the truth in the statement that this world will change through small acts of kindness. They see this statement as a hopelessly naive concept, yet as they contemplate it and reflect upon it and the other alternatives for changing the world, they will probably come to the conclusion that the personal service to others is the only way to change the world for the better. Initially, the concept was not accepted, yet after time and experience has broadened the perspective of the student, the statement is not only logical, but appears to have practical applications in the every day life of the seeker.

(from: The Urantia Papers - Paper-196 Section-3)
        In the realm of religious experience, spiritual possibility is potential reality. Man's forward spiritual urge is not a psychic illusion. All of man's universe romancing may not be fact, but much, very much, is truth.
        Some men's lives are too great and noble to descend to the low level of being merely successful. The animal must adapt itself to the environment, but the religious man transcends his environment and in this way escapes the limitations of the present material world through this insight of divine love. This concept of love generates in the soul of man that superanimal effort to find truth, beauty, and goodness; and when he does find them, he is glorified in their embrace; he is consumed with the desire to live them, to do righteousness.

( From: the RSV Bible - Matthew 7:12)
In everything, therefore, treat people the same way you want them to treat you, for this is the Law and the Prophets.

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The Sermon
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        "this world will change through small acts of kindness"

        Isn't it neat those times when ya recognize that, just by being the self that you most truly like, you have brightened someone's day a little? Maybe it's just a loving look into their eyes and a smile. Or perhaps it's just sharing a bit of encouragement with someone who looks like they need it, a bit of humor, the knowing that someone really Does care. You Do Care, don't you?
        Ya ever stop to think about what happens when a seemingly insignificant act of kindness, of love on your part, helps to cheer up or reassure or enhance the determination of one of your earthly brothers or sisters, even if only for the next hour or so? Others they come into contact with may have their spirits lifted because you cared. And people that They then come in contact with, and... well, it might just possibly go a lot farther than you would ever believe.
        What could happen if just by being the self that you most truly like, you brighten up say... two peoples day... or three... or... Good God, the possibilities are Endless! Yes...

        "this world will change through small acts of kindness"

        Ever been stuck on the highway not knowing what the heck you are going to do next, and someone pulls up to see if you need some help? Don't ya Love when that happens? What Neat People, huh? Ever drive by someone who looked like they needed help, and then a moment later wish you had stopped? Oh well... someone will stop... just like someone stopped for me... won't they? A couple of times I actually turned around. The first time someone else had already come to their aid... Rats... well, I had my opportunity... next time. The other time I met a most Wonderful and very Thankful person! That felt really good.

        "this world will change through small acts of kindness"

        A guy in front of me in the checkout line at the grocery store unknowingly dropped a hundred dollar bill on the ground. I picked it up and said to him, "I believe you dropped this." The shock then relief then respect in his eyes was worth a Fortune! The checker and the guy behind me looked a little stunned. I wonder what they were thinking? I forgot about it a little while later... they probably did to. Suppose?

        "this world will change through small acts of kindness"

        That is of course if we practice small acts of kindness... it Would depend on That wouldn't it?

        "this world will change through small acts of kindness"

        Practice, Practice, Practice! You know what will happen don't you? At the very Least, Your life will be the Better for it... Ya Think?

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The Prayer
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Dear God,
        Help me remember... even if ya gotta whupp me upside the head to do it. I really DO want to help make a difference, sometimes I just forget.

You ALL are Within the Infinitely Loving Embrace of our Universal
Parent,

The Creator's Infinite Love, through me, to all of You,
Pastor Daniel

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7-11-99 Sunday Service of Church Within #146
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Today's Service is offered by: Minister Judy Girard

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Welcome by: Pastor Daniel
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Greetings my Beloved Sisters and Brothers, and welcome once again to The Church that is Within.

Today's Service is another great one from Minister Judy Girard! Hope you Enjoy it as much as I did!

Please take time to read our Church Within Announcements directly following The Prayer. Thanks!

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The Sermon
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In my last sermon, I talked about the wonders of childhood and about how much my granddaughter, Kassidy, had taught me about becoming like a little child. Many of you wrote to me to share your experiences of children and becoming like children. You don't have to have children or even had had children to appreciate what they have to offer. All of us can be in contact with a child. Pay attention the next time you are in a grocery store or a park or a restaurant or even in your car. Children are everywhere.

I have hit upon some other observations or truths that make children some of the best Spiritual Guides in the world. We spend a lot of time as adults teaching our children what to believe or worried about how to impart our beliefs to them. We worry about teaching children about spirituality or religiosity. I think we would do well to learn many lessons of faith FROM our children.

Think about these:

Children are naturally kind, caring and compassionate. They are concerned about others.
Children are not easily embarrassed or self conscious. They learn with wonder and awe and aren't afraid to make mistakes
Children are, by nature, curious beings who are unafraid to ask questions
Children haven't forgotten how to cry and are not embarrassed or ashamed to do so
Children, when given the opportunity, believe in a God who loves them unconditionally
Children want to do what is right and good
Children pray without being self-conscious
Children find joy in the simple things in life
Children are creative and imaginative
Children expect miracles
Children are hopeful
Children see the good in others
Children will readily make eye contact with other human beings without looking away uncomfortably
Children love and trust unless they have not been allowed to or been taught not to
Children love unconditionally
Children are forgiving
Children invest themselves in things that are important to them
Children aren't afraid to say what they believe or think
Children dream BIG dreams
Children consistently celebrate life

What else can you think of that characterizes children? What happens to children who are born with these innate gifts? Why do we not value the innocence of children? What makes us, as a society, so willing to allow our children to grow up so quickly and lose this sense of awe and wonderment? And, what allows us to think, for even a moment, that what we have as adults is better than what children possess naturally?

Our children watch us and take their cues from us. What are we teaching our children? And, perhaps it would be better for us all to watch our children just a little more and 'teach' them just a little less.

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The Prayer
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Loving Parent,
        We often forget that we are Your children and very often forget that little children are your precious gifts to us. They are pure and reflect purely your love. Children are the greatest miracle in the world. They are a divine reflection of universal love. Children are joy in motion. Please help us to remember that we, too, are the light of the world; instruments of the Divine; the greatest miracle in the world.

God's love and abundant blessings,

Minister Judy
        
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Announcements
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1.)
We have a Brand NEW Page at our Web-Site in Association with Amazon.Com, called "Our Favorite Books & Movies" that you can get to from our main page by clicking on the link there. It contains Many of the books and or Movies that have Touched us in our Life's Journeys with a picture of the Cover and a brief description. You can Click on any of the Cover Pictures and it will take you directly to the Amazon.com page where you can order it on-line at discounted rates. For any of the Books that you order "through" our Site, Amazon.com will give Church Within 15% of the purchase price. (5% on Movies and Music)
        Now available there is the New Book "Correcting Time" by Fred F. Harris Jr. which I Highly recommend. It was a Great and Fun Read! Some other Great Books are available there also and we will be up-dating it 2-3 times a week, so check back often! Thank you for helping to support our Ministry in this way!!

2.)                -An All Faith Spiritual Health & Healing Center-

Since October of 1995 when we first incorporated as a 501C3 Non-Profit Church, The Board of Directors of the Church Within --- Daniel J. Megow [Pastor/President]; Jill M. Megow, formerly Poole [Secretary]; Sheila J. Burgher [Treasurer]; and unanimously elected in 1998, Judy Girard [Vice President] --- have shared a Vision, a Dream for Worldwide Physical, Mental and Spiritual Health.
        At this time, we are being led towards the manifestation of an important part of that Vision, an All Faith Spiritual Health & Healing Center in the Northwest Inland region of the US. On June 23rd, we discovered a New Site which would serve admirably for this purpose. It has a 22'W X 45'L Multi Purpose building which could be used for services, classes, workshops and large group seminars with outside hookups for a large motorhome. There is also a 28'W X 40'L building, formerly used as a garage and workshop which is capable of housing 3 Counseling offices, a group room, a full handicap accessible bath, and a guest room for visitors. The main building is a simple "1930" 2br 1ba 1862sq.ft house for on-site pastor's residence and 24hr emergency availability. It has a full [partially finished] basement easily suitable for church offices and spiritual product development. The property, .31ac, yet has room for a Meditation Garden, parking, outside services/functions and room to grow.
        This place is a government repossession with a somewhat flexible asking price of $80,000 and an assessed value of $109,000. We have a stable means of paying the monthly mortgage on this property without outside assistance, but we don't yet have enough for the down payment, and none of us on the Board of Directors can qualify individually or together at this time for the necessary start-up financing.
        If your Soul is touched to assist us and you have the means and desire to participate in this endeavor, you may contact us at: (208)765-0845,

or send to:

"Church Within"
PO BOX 293
CDA, ID 83816

Please Pray for us.
Thank You!

You ALL are Within the Infinitely Loving Embrace of our Universal Parent,

The Creator's Infinite Love, through me, to all of You,
Pastor Daniel

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7-18-99 Sunday Service of Church Within #147
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Today's Service is offered by: Pastor Daniel J. Megow

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Welcome by: Pastor Daniel
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Greetings my Beloved Sisters and Brothers, and welcome once again to The Church that is Within.

This Week's Service was Inspired by and is dedicated to, Thea. A Precious, Cherished and ever Emerging Work of God's Art.

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Quotes
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(from: The Tao of Pooh - p.57 - by Benjamin Hoff)

As we have likely recognized by now, no two snowflakes, trees, or animals are alike. No two people are the same, either. Everything has its own Inner Nature. Unlike other forms of life, though, people are easily led away from what's right for them. because people have Brain, and Brain can be fooled. Inner Nature, when relied on, cannot be fooled. But many people do not look at it or listen to it.. and consequently do not understand themselves very much. Having little understanding of themselves, they have little respect for themselves, and are therefore easily influenced by others.
        But, rather than be carried along by circumstances and manipulated by those who can see the weaknesses and behavior tendencies that we ignore, we can work with our own characteristics and be in control of our own lives. The Way of Self-Reliance starts with recognizing who we are, what we've got to work with, and what works best for us.

(from: The Urantia Papers - Paper-195 Section-7)
        Any scientific interpretation of the material universe is valueless unless it provides due recognition for the scientist. No appreciation of art is genuine unless it accords recognition to the artist. No evaluation of morals is worth while unless it includes the moralist. No recognition of philosophy is edifying if it ignores the philosopher, and religion cannot exist without the real experience of the religionist who, in and through this very experience, is seeking to find God and to know him.

(from: The Urantia Papers - Paper-195 Section-7)
        The universe is not like the laws, mechanisms, and the uniformities which the scientist discovers, and which he comes to regard as science, but rather like the curious, thinking, choosing, creative, combining, and discriminating scientist who thus observes universe phenomena and classifies the mathematical facts inherent in the mechanistic phases of the material side of creation. Neither is the universe like the art of the artist, but rather like the striving, dreaming, aspiring, and advancing artist who seeks to transcend the world of material things in an effort to achieve a spiritual goal.

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The Sermon
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        I am a Sculptor besides being a Pastor. There are two types of sculptors, Ones who "make" something out of something, and ones who carve or cut something out "from" something. I carve my sculptures out from Wood. I say "out from" because that is the experience I get when I carve. The work of art is already inside the piece of wood... It has grown there throughout the life of the tree. When I look at a tree trunk or branch that I wish to carve, the first thing I look for is the natural contours in the wood.... twists, lumps, depressions, holes.... that sort of thing. They determine how the grain of the wood will flow and define patterns of how the tree has grown and what is potentially inside of it. Then I start removing the rough outer bark. This gives me a better perspective of the actual 'Piece' which is inside because the twists, lumps, depressions and holes are far more visible without the irregularities of the bark. My personal specialty is the human form, so when I look at the piece of tree, I look at the grain on the top to see what position the head should be in, where an elbow or a knee might look like it's "pushing out", and where the form may be turning or bending or reaching. Once I have determined what "Can" already be inside, then I must begin cutting away wood to discover what really IS inside. Usually it is quite obvious where at least Some of the excess wood needs to be removed, and that is always a good place to start. It is a slow and time consuming process, but as I begin to remove what I know "isn't" the piece, I begin to discover more about what it IS. I observe the direction of the grain that is revealed, it is the "directions" for where to cut... and where NOT to. The more of the excess that is removed, be better am I able to see what truly is inside.

        It isn't wise to cut only in one place until that part appears finished and then move on to begin on another place. It tends to throw the perspective out of balance. Rather should some wood be taken off "here", then over "there", then around back, up top, down below... a Balanced removal... a Balanced revealing. Eventually at some point, it becomes obvious that a single part of the sculpture is "Out". It needs no more wood removed from it. It may only be a knee, or part of an arm or a shoulder... but there it is. Then it is time to more fully reveal other areas. When another part of the piece is "Out", observing the two parts together helps to suggest other extremities that may be close... that may need only minor cutting or shaving to be also fully revealed. The more parts that Are "Out", the easier it becomes to see what parts yet Aren't.... what areas still need more work. Even when there seems to be no more wood to carve away, there is still much meticulous work to... smoothing, sanding, finishing and polishing. Everything must be done in it's own place and time. One does not polish before applying the finish... one does not apply the finish before sanding... one does not sand before carving is finished... the carving isn't finished until all of the excess is cut away.

        We, our Souls, are a Work of Art, a Unique and Individual expression of the Creator... contained within the tree of human life. We are not finished yet. Our purpose here is to discover and reveal our True Selves. It is a slow and time consuming process, but one well worth the effort. Truth, Beauty, Goodness, Love and Trust are our carving tools. Fear is what keeps us from using our tools. Egotism, pride, prejudice, hatred and ignorance are the excess "wood" which needs to be cut away. When we allow it, God will show us what tool to use and where to use it. When we flow with God's will, rather than trying to enforce our own, the revelation of our True Selves seems to just Happen and Unfold naturally and Beautifully.

        Your Soul is a Precious Work of God's Art! You are the Artist. Let God teach you and show you and guide you in the task of carving your True, most Beautiful and Precious Self. Learn not to judge yourself or others by how far along toward completion you or they are, or criticize for being unfinished. All are as yet unfinished. Do not try to compare the value of one piece of art with another. When Finished, they each are equally Priceless to God.

        Never forget. No matter how much we may wish to work on another's Sculpture, the tools in our own hand will only work on our own piece of Art. We can Learn and Teach tool techniques with one another, we can even share tools, but we can Not do someone else's Art for them, nor can they do Ours. Each must do their own.

(You can view some of my Wood-Sculpture pieces by clicking on my picture at the top of the page. ~Pastor Daniel)

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The Prayer
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Dear God,
        Guide me in the use of my Tools.
        

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Church Within Bulletin Board Announcements
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1.)                 -All Faith Spiritual Health & Healing Center-

        Interesting developments have occurred this week. We found a Mortgage person who is convinced that Jill can likely qualify for the loan on the Property we told you about last week. He suggested that we put in an Offer on the place pending Loan Approval. Friday we put an offer of $72.250. on the property which is listed at $80,000. We should know by Tuesday the 20th if we can get loan approval, and by Wednesday the 21st whether there is a counter-offer or our offer is accepted as is. Things appear to be unfolding in unexpected and exciting ways. I will keep you posted as more develops.

        If your Soul is touched to assist us and you have the means and desire to participate in this endeavor, you may contact us at: (208)765-0845, or send to:

"Church Within"
PO BOX 293
CDA, ID 83816

Thank you to All who have participated in this Cause through your resources and/or Prayers! You are Appreciated!!!

Please Pray for us.
Thank You!

2.) We have a Brand
NEW Page at our Web-Site in Association with Amazon.Com, called "Church Within Bookstore" that you can get to from our main page by clicking on the link there. It contains Many of the books and or Movies that have Touched us in our Life's Journeys with a picture of the Cover and a brief description. You can Click on any of the Cover Pictures and it will take you directly to the Amazon.com page where you can order it on-line at discounted rates. For any of the Books that you order "through" our Site, Amazon.com will give Church Within 15% of the purchase price. (5% on Movies and Music)
        Now available there is the New Book "Correcting Time" by Fred F. Harris Jr. which I Highly recommend. It was a Great and Fun Read! Many other Great Books are available there also and we will be up-dating it 2-3 times a week, so check back often! Thank you for helping to support our Ministry in this way!!


You ALL are Within the Infinitely Loving Embrace of our Universal
Parent,

The Creator's Infinite Love, through me, to all of You,
Pastor Daniel

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7-25-99 Sunday Service of Church Within #148
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Today's Service is offered by: Minister Judy Girard

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Welcome by: Pastor Daniel
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Greetings my Beloved Sisters and Brothers, and welcome once again to The Church that is Within.

Since Minister Judy did today's Service, I think I'll take the day off. I wonder what I should do?

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Quotes
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(From the RSV Bible)
Exodus 16:23 -
This is what the LORD has commanded: 'Tomorrow is a day of solemn rest, a holy Sabbath to the LORD; bake what you will bake and boil what you will boil, and all that is left over lay by to be kept till the morning.'

Exodus 20:9-10 - Six days you shall labor, and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God

Exodus 31:13 - "Say to the people of Israel, 'You shall keep my Sabbaths, for this is a sign between me and you throughout your generations, that you may know that I, the LORD, sanctify you.

Deuteronomy 5:12-14 - "Observe the Sabbath day, to keep it holy, as the LORD your God commanded you.
Six days you shall labor, and do all your work; but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God"

Psalms 92:1 - A Psalm. A Song for the Sabbath. It is good to give thanks to the LORD, to sing praises to thy name, O Most High;

Hebrews 4:9 - So then, there remains a Sabbath rest for the people of God

(from: The Urantia Papers - Paper-156 Section-5 Para-12)
        Kingdom believers should possess an implicit faith, a whole-souled belief, in the certain triumph of righteousness. Kingdom builders must be undoubting of the truth of the gospel of eternal salvation. Believers must increasingly learn how to step aside from the rush of life--escape the harassments of material existence--while they refresh the soul, inspire the mind, and renew the spirit by worshipful communion.

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The Sermon
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Several months ago I was reading an article in the Sunday magazine, USA Weekend, by Wayne Muller entitled, "Remembering the Sabbath?" Random House, Inc. is about to publish his book, Sabbath: Remembering the Sacred Rhythm of Rest and Delight. The title really grabbed me and I remember thinking that it was an interesting topic for reflection. The concept of Sabbath is worth talking about in and of itself. But think about that title: THE SACRED RYTHYM OF REST AND DELIGHT.

I think, as obviously Mr. Muller does, that we have lost the rhythm between action and rest, between doing and being, between productivity and rest with delight.

What is it that we are so busy doing? It seems that life travels almost at the speed of light itself and the "hurrieder we go, the farther behind we get." We are almost obligated to always be busy. We work hard all week, go to a job or try to find jobs, often drive hours to get to our jobs, shuttle kids back and forth to various activities, attend various meetings, fly from coast to coast in a day, take care of our homes and our yards, cook, clean, shop, spend time on the internet, watch TV (which somehow gets defined as rest or relaxation), pay bills, attend to phone calls and paperwork, etc, etc. Sometimes we even pay people to clean our homes and mow our lawns and then pay to belong to a club where we can work out and attend aerobics classes.

The busier we are, it seems, the more important we are. To be unavailable to our families and friends, to whiz through life, as if getting through it were the goal, to not have time for friends, let alone to have time to just relax seems to have become the model for the "successful life." Or, success is to be connected to everyone 24 hours a day via cell phones, pagers, e-mail, voice mail and fax.

But, at what price does this pace come? I think without some regular quiet times we miss those guideposts along the way. We miss that still quiet voice within, we miss the re-charge time and we miss the wisdom that comes from listening. Muller would agree to the point that the has written an entire book on the subject. He contends that what we are missing is the Sabbath.

Lest the non-church going folks tune me out, listen to Muller's definition of Sabbath: "a time consecrated to enjoy and celebrate what is beautiful and good--time to light candles, sing songs, worship, tell stories, bless our children and loved ones, give thanks, share meals, nap, walk and even make love."

Remember growing up? Almost everything was closed at least one day a week. Generally that was Sunday, though, for a time I lived in a predominately Jewish neighborhood and most places were closed on Saturdays. Another time, I lived in a Seventh Day Adventist neighborhood and it was Saturday that got the honor. But there was a day when folks "rested." Families got together and had meals with one another. Chores were done the other day of the weekend. Perhaps there is good reason that in most Spiritual traditions, "Keep Holy the Sabbath," is more than merely a command, it is a lifestyle shift. If you consider it ranks right up there with killing and adultery and taking the Lord's name in vain, it must have some importance.

In modern society, what place is there for the Sabbath? It is more than the absence of work. It is time to stop and restore the very essence of our beings. It need not be an entire day, though that would be good. The point is not to return to some imposed, forced and legalistic observance of the Sabbath. Sabbath can be anything that preserves the experience of LIFE, gives us time to be nourished; to drink from the fountain of rest and of delight; to re-discover the rhythm of rest and delight.

Can we stop and take a collective pause? Can we stop to rest and to pray, to eat and drink with one another, to make and take the time to just be, to walk and sing and share stories with one another? What are the ways you can do this in your life?

Muller offers the following:

Light a candle
Practice thanksgiving
Bless your children
Invite Sabbath pause
Take a walk
Pamper your body
Create a Sabbath box (in which to place all those things that will wait until after the Sabbath time is over)
Turn off the telephone, TV, computer, washer and dryer or whatever else disturbs your time of peace
Seek companionship
Reset your inner compass
Surrender a problem

Can you think of more? Or how can you start doing even some of these things on a regular basis?

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The Prayer
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Slow me down, Lord. Help me to be in the Sacred rhythm of rest and delight and to discover you there. Amen

God's Love and abundant blessings,

Minister Judy


You ALL are Within the Infinitely Loving Embrace of our Universal
Parent,

The Creator's Infinite Love, through me, to all of You,
Pastor Daniel

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