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Lent Devotional, Day 47

Morning has broken Sabbath is over. Words are few. A migraine of grief throbs. Uninvited un-erasable images of His hurt and torture invade and intrude. To the tomb they flee, the distance is short, but each step is forever. The troublesome tombstone helps provide a new focus. The Messenger moved from heaven with a singular task. Literally cracking open the dawn the me...

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Lent Devotional, Day 45

Lent Devotional, Day 45 By: Keyna Castelluccio Self-denial Then He said to them all, "If anyone wants to follow after Me, let him deny himself, take up his cross daily, and follow me." Luke 9:23 In an age of self-care, self-love, and self-preservation, Jesus' challenge of self-denial stands in stark contrast to the world's philosophies. Jesus calls His disciples to den...

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Lent Devotional, Day 44

Lent Devotional, Day 44 By: Ann Rocha Happiness Do you pursue happiness? Most people pursue happiness through the flesh. We, Believer, stumble over our pursuit of happiness because we often let ourselves get in our way. Is happiness a choice? For you, it is a choice. In every situation that comes our way, we are confronted with how should we respond (not feel). As a...

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Lent Devotional, Day 43

Freedom 04/01/2021 By: Jerry Juneman The Lord is in the business of busting people out of their captivity.It doesn't matter if you are in the mist of your sin as in Mark 5:1-10, enslaved by somethingpure evil as in John 8:3-11, or at the end of your life as in Luke 23:39-43.Our Lord hears the earnest cries of those who repent and call on Him. He is willing and able to d...

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Lent Devotional, Day 42

Lent Devotional, Day 42 By: Pamela Schapmann Empathy For we do not have a high priest who is unable to empathize with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as we are yet he did not sin. Hebrews 4:15 (NIV) Among our deepest desires is to have someone who truly knows what it's like to experience what we have both the goo...

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Lent Devotional, Day 41

Lent Devotional, Day 41 By: Christina Schroeder Focused on His Purpose God's will for us is to glorify Him. He wants us to seek and pursue Him; to spend time with Him; to have a relationship with Him and remain faithful to Him. Our transformation doesn't stop once we've accepted Jesus as Our Savior. The transformation comes as we pursue our relationship with Jesus by sp...

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Lent Devotional, Day 40

Lent Devotional, Day 40 By: R.A. Atanus UN-RETALIATORY Since beginning of time, not much has changed in human nature and certainly not since the early church. There were strife and relational issues not only between the believers and the rest of the world but also within the church people. When we have been hurt, it is normal to retaliate because we think we have been ...

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Lent Devotional, Day 39

Lent Devotional, Day 39 By: Richard Trca I was reminded today of how small and feeble my perception of God's heart towards us is:"Is not Ephraim my dear son, the child in whom I delight? Though I often speak against him, I still remember him. Therefore my heart yearns for him; I have great compassion for him," declares the Lord."Jer.31:20 We are often aware that God kno...

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Lent Devotional, Day 38

Lent Devotional, Day 38 By: Hanna Chookaszian Giving It may seem like there has been more than the usual emphasis on giving recently, even in these Lenten devotions, but let's take a minute to think about that. This is the season when we remember that not only did God empty heaven to GIVE us His only Son, His Son emptied Himself to become like one of us, yet without sin...

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Lent Devotional, Day 37

Lent Devotional, Day 37 By: Manny Rocha Thankful Witnesses Palm Sunday approaches. Jerusalem looms closer. A large crowd shouts, "Hosanna." Bewildered disciples scratched their heads. The Lazarus faithful gathered. They saw Jesus' resurrection power and continued to bear witness. Stymied Pharisees admit Jesus' wonder. Palm Sunday approaches. Where will your h...

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