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    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 8

    A teachable heart 1 To you, O Lord, I lift up my soul.  4 Make me to know your ways, O Lord; teach me your paths. …6 Be mindful of your mercy, O Lord, and of your steadfast love, for they have been from of old.7 Do not remember the sins of my youth or my transgressions; according to your steadfast love

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 7

    Jesus or Barabbas? Privilege of Choice In the home of Mr. And Mrs. Oxley, Liverpool, Brother Oxley told us that the funeral procession of David Livingstone was one of the greatest London has ever seen. He said, “In the great throng, a shabbily-dressed man fought his way through the crowd to see the funeral procession

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 6

    Witnessing Christ Gordon Maxwell, a missionary to India, tells the story that when he asked a Hindi scholar to teach him the language, the scholar replied: “No Sahib, I will not teach you my language. You would make me a Christian.” Gordon Maxwell replied, “You misunderstand me. I am simply asking you to teach me

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 5

    A Mysterious Messenger A few days back, we read the story of John the Baptist for our family devotion. My 6-year-old curious daughter was unsettled to hear about the strange diet (locusts and wild honey) and uncanny clothing of John the Baptist (Matt 3:4). Her reaction made me wonder why God’s Son would choose such

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 4

    Humility: A supreme virtue to be Christ-like (Philippians 2:6-8) We in the church often put emphasis on what a person can do rather than what a person should be. In Christian life, Christ-like character is the most important element that determines the trajectory of our talents and influence. One of the most significant aspects of

    2022 Lent Devotional – Day 3

    Waiting on the Lord “But those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength. They shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.” (Isaiah 40:31 NKJV) Patience is a virtue, rightly said. And this virtue is exhibited when we have to wait during