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It's time. A sermon for the 3rd Sunday after the Epiphany

Text: Mark 1:14-20 Last week I filled out my COVID-19 vaccine interest form with the local health department. I hope you have done the same if you are eligible.  And now I am waiting, as you are, to get a text or an email from the health department declaring that it is time for me to book my appointment. Because when I get that message saying, “It’s time,” I’m going to drop what I’m doing and answer it. Like you I’m suffering from pandemic fatigue and I’m worn down from worrying every time I feel a twinge or urge to cough or hear about another friend who is sick or whose parent has died. I watch the numbers continue to rise and hear the news that the new strain of the virus may be more contagious and more deadly. I want to get the message that says OK, now it is time. How welcome that message will be in this time of distress. When Jesus walked along the shore and saw some fishermen, he called out to them and said, it’s time. And they dropped their nets, left their poor dad in the bo

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