• Lent Devotional

    Lent Devotional – Day 9

    God’s Mercy: Guilt to Repentance. “…according to your unfailing love; according to your great compassion…” – Psalm 51 Lent could very well be a time to do what one may call “personal stock-taking”. It should not be a time-consuming process if we are truthful to find the sin and muck that traps our lives. How

    Lent Devotional – Day 8

    MARTIN LUTHER: LOOK AT YOUR OWN LIFE “Know that to serve God is nothing else than to serve your neighbor and do good to him in love, be it child, wife, servant, enemy, friend; without making any difference, whoever needs your help in body or soul, and wherever you can help in temporal or spiritual

    Lent Devotional – Day 7

    Inner Room Luke 4:1-2 “But when you fast, put oil on your head and wash your face, so that it will not be obvious to others that you are fasting, but only to your Father, who is unseen; and your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.“  Historically, Lent was a

    Lent Devotional – Day 6

    Accomplished or not  Not everything that we desired from the childhood have fallen into our lap. I can list hundreds of unfulfilled dreams. I desired to go to Army school, wanted to marry a girl I was infatuated with, dreamt to be a famous Bollywood singer or a hero. Then, I desired to join Indian Air Force and fly a Jet. And again later, I aspired to become an IAS officer. The list can go

    Lent Devotional – Day 5

    The Open Arms of the Father  Theme Verse: Vs. 21. His son said to him, ‘Father, I have sinned against both heaven and you, and I am no longer worthy of being called your son.’ Luke 15:11-32  In this parable, Jesus describes a rich father who had two sons. The younger son demanded the share of his

    Lent Devotional – Day 4

    Adversity or Advantage?  Can something good come out of adverse circumstances? I was neither born with a silver spoon nor with a lineage of greater race, and or with a circle of powerful connections. I was always an outcast and never rewarded adequately for the merit. I saw some of my classmates enjoying the favor because of the connections their father had with powerful people, while I stood waiting in the line of the least. Sometimes,