“Song of the Bow” with Dr. JJ
Fifth Sunday after Pentecost , June 27, 2021
Pride Day Sunday
“Song of the Bow” , 240 Manor Road East
With The Rev. Dr. John Joseph Mastandrea , the Music of Tom Marcaccini, the Cornerstone Band
Kids @ The Manor/ Youth @ the Manor Allison Marcaccini,
Seniors@ the Manor www.Manorroadunitedchurch.com
2 Samuel 1:1, 17-27 • 2 Corinthians 8:7-15 • Mark 5:21-43
We are the bow
When all the world is a hopeless jumble And the raindrops tumble all around
Heaven opens a magic lane When all the clouds darken up the skyway
There’s a rainbow highway to be found Leading from your windowpane
To a place behind the sun Just a step beyond the rain
Over the rainbow, they were swifter than eagles, they were stronger than lions..
Over the rainbow, we hear the Author, speaks of death. When we lift a hand to take a life, it is immoral. The lord’s anointed we lament. We make a personal speech, clothed with Crimson.
There is the outcry, nature, loss, glory, slain. There is survivor, guilt and grief, profound, slain, heroes. They fall, vanquished, strong warriors, unbearable. The people howl, mighty, fallen, in the midst of battle. They were heroes, weapons, in God’s hands,
Now is the time to excel also in this generous undertaking.
The Passage, heart and the appeal, to pledge, collection, for the poor. Collectionfor charis, grace, koinonia, fellowship. Participation, in relief work, diakonia, work of grace, act of Christian fellowship, solidarity and love
Come lay your hands with the nature of Jesus, in the created order. Come lay your hands in the realms, the source, the nature, the priorities and the relationship, subject, sovereign
.The woman proclaims, If I but touch his clothes, I will be made well.”
She Saw Jesus, authority, created order, material, obedient faith, priorities, touch, made well
We are made well