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    Lent Devotional – Day 37

    AMBROSE OF MILAN: VOLUNTARY OBEDIENCE “God does not want His temple to be a trader’s lodge but the home of sanctity. He does not preserve the practice of the priestly ministry by the dishonest duty of religion but by voluntary obedience. Consider what the Lord’s actions impose on you as an example of living… “He

    Lent Devotional – Day 36

    BRENNAN MANNING: BRAND NEW CREATIONS “The gospel is absurd and the life of Jesus is meaningless unless we believe that He lived, died, and rose again with but one purpose in mind: to make brand new creations. Not to make people with better morals, but to create a community of prophets and professional lovers, men

    Lent Devotional – Day 35

    We were created to live forever Yet, God has made everything beautiful for its own time.He has planted eternity in the human heart, but even so, people cannot see the whole scope of God’s work from beginning to end. (Ecclesiastes 3:11) You will spend more time on the other side of death in eternity than

    Lent Devotional – Day 34

    THREE OF A PRETTY KIND: In the hands of the Perfect Potter “Yet You, Lord, are our Father. We are the clay, YOU are the potter; we are all the work of Your hand.”- ISAIAH 64:8You are God’s handiwork! Carved carefully and sculpted specially for a unique purpose! Though I have personally heard this verse

    Lent Devotional – Day 33

    “Fullness of the Spirit” The forty-day temptation of Jesus in the wilderness was a Holy Spirit-initiated event. Let us picture the first verse of Luke chapter four, which begins with the phrase “Jesus full of the Holy Spirit….” The word for fullness in Greek is pleres, which when translated means, “filled up,” “covered in every

    Lent Devotional – Day 32

    God’s Compassion: Expect the Unexpected “I say to you, her sins, which are many, are forgiven, for she loved much. But to whom little is forgiven, the same loves little.”- Luke 7:47 Simon did not realize that Jesus, God’s Son, must act in God’s way, with compassion, tenderness, and mercy. Simon’s way was to ignore