Sunday, November 11, 2018
Mark 12:38-44
Perhaps we have all said this at some time in some particular context: “Enough is enough.” We say this when circumstances drive us into a corner. We’re forced to say, “Enough.” At that point in time something changes.
But often, we are not likely to say “Enough is enough” when it comes to money. Somehow, we never have enough money. Few people ever call a halt to the quest for wealth and say, “You know what? I have enough. I’d like to spend less time making money and more time making a difference.”
The widow from Mark 12 had two small coins. She decided it was two coins too much. To her, the only treasure worth pursuing is the glory of God. And that — for her and for us — most certainly is enough.
November 11 is Consecration Sunday here at Willoughby Hills United Methodist Church. We are located at 34201 Eddy Road in Willoughby Hills, Ohio, 44094. I hope you can join us at either our contemporary service at 9:30 a.m. or our traditional service at 11:00 a.m.

Pastor Max

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