This Lent Devotional for Women focuses on the Old Testament story of Moses holding the staff of God and praying for Joshua in battle. The problem was, war is tiring and Moses wanted to sit down and rest his arms. Every time he did though, the advantage shifted, so his friends stepped in. Would we?
This Lent Devotional for Women focuses on the words Jesus spoke from the cross, “Father forgive them they don’t know what they are doing.” In this meditation, I challenge us to offer this prayer for those who have hurt us–before our internal, “Oh yeah, well…” conversations start.
I’m going to start this Lent Devotional for Women with a question, have you ever thought about the Scripture verse where Jesus asks His disciples who they say He is? Today in our Lent Devotions we’re going to consider who we say we are and who we allow others to say we are. This is a good one.
This Lent Devotional for Women may be a hard one. We’re considering taking up crosses that aren’t ours to carry, being a momma bear for our family, and knowing sometimes the Christian thing to do is walk away from harmful and hurtful relationships, not in anger, haste or spite but in self-preservation.
Lent Devotional for Women whose Lent gets all “Lenty” and knocks us down we can respond like Judas or Paul. We can get up looking for revenge or asking God, “What do You want me to do?” And have you ever heard of praying for Holy Forgetfulness? You’ll want to read about this powerful prayer.
This Lent Devotional for Women is about humility, or rather a false sense of humility and how sometimes we mistake self-loathing for a pious humility. Pretty cunning trick of the enemy don’t you think? Read more as we meditate on what true humility actually is and how we can combat the lies of the enemy.