This Lent Devotional for Women is a reminder, everything counts as nothing compared to knowing Jesus. I give you three steps to continue, carry on, and remain strong, not only this Lent but through life my friend. Three simple steps and free printable.
This Lent Devotional for Women is about fasting from something that may be good in order to nourish ourselves on something that is better. I read a quote about being a producer rather than a consumer and I dug around a little. Producers use what they have to make their own energy and nourishment. Yes please!
Today let’s talk about the importance, the necessity, of finding our pocket of prayer for our Lent Devotional for Women. We’ll do this by focusing on the prayers of Jesus, specifically the prayers in the Garden and from the Cross. We’ll also briefly touch on repetition and resignation.
How’s your prayer life? Is that a touchy subject? You know I’m all about the littlest way for our Lent Devotional for Women so let’s talk pockets of time. But rather than jumping straight into spending time with God in prayer, we’re going to talk about spending time in conversation first.
Today’s Lent Devotional for Women is looking at two different scriptures. One passage from Ezekiel shows God as the ultimate attachment parent. The other from Matthew reminds us that when we serve the least, we are actually serving Jesus. I bring it home–no for real, like in the kitchen Gospel service.
In this Lent Devotional for Women, we ask the question, “Are you ready for forgiveness?” What an odd question right? Not really. Too many of us go through life carrying guilt and shame we are not meant to carry. The story of the Prodigal Son gives the example of how to seek reconciliation with God.