This Lent Devotional for Women is going to rock your ever loving world! That’s right, we’re talking all things love and why the enemy will go after this all the blessed time! Look, if the enemy can shake our love and our knowledge of God’s love–He Wins. The short and sweet, God is love, not a feeling.
The theme of love and forgiveness continues in this Lent Devotional for Women. And maybe not surprising at this point, we consider loving and forgiving ourselves. It’s only when we love and forgive ourselves that are we able to extend that charity to others.
We’ve made it to Holy Saturday in our Lent Devotional for Women and this day is one of the most confusing of all year for me. What am I supposed to be doing? Am I stuck in sorrow because Our Lord is dead or, since I know the ending, am I anxiously awaiting Easter Sunday?
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.