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Reflections from Irvington United Methodist Church

Here you will find random reflections on God, Jesus, the Spirit, and walking in faith. You might find short devotionals, sermon notes, and or other thoughts from our pastors to encourage and challenge your walk with the Lord.

Sermons Notes from August 9: The Bible Meets Broadway

by: Denise Robinson

08/10/2020

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The Bible Meets Broadway: The Sound of Music

Gen. 13:1-13; Prov. 3:5-6

“The Sound of Music” opened on Broadway in November of 1959. It ran for 1,443 performances, winning eight Tony awards. In 1965, it was made into a movie starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. The movie won five Academy awards, including best picture. Most people who have seen the...


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Sermon Notes from August 2

by: Denise Robinson

08/03/2020

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Singing Our Faith: A Transformed Life

Rom. 12:2; Col. 1:9-20

In Romans 2:12 the Apostle Paul wrote: “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds, so that you may discern what is the will of God – what is good and acceptable and perfect.” Today we conclude our sermon series, Singing Our Faith, as we think about wh...


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Sermon Notes from July 26

by: Denise Robinson

07/28/2020

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Singing Our Faith: The Gaithers

Matthew 9:18-26; Romans 3:21-27

There are few people in this world who are identifiable by only one name. In the gospel music field, the past had Watts and Wesley and Crosby; the present has the name, Gaither. Bill and Gloria Gaither are songwriters, but they are also much more than that. The Gaither Homecoming concerts feature everything...


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Sermon Notes from July 19

by: Denise Robinson

07/24/2020

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Singing Our Faith

Romans 8:1-6, 18, 31-39

Our sermon series this Sunday looks at several different writers of hymns which fall into one category. Simply put, they are among my favorites and united by one of my favorite chapters in the Bible, Romans 8. 

The prelude this morning is not, technically speaking, a hymn. It was What a Wonderful World, written by Bob...


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