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Thursday, Feb 26th

By: Chad Hyatt

Mark 1:9-15

Reflection—v. 13, ‘…for forty days…’

Lent is a season, having a beginning and an end; we enter it, and just as surely, we will leave.  164 palabras más

Atlanta

2015.02.26: all that is

For everyone who asks, receives; and the one who seeks, finds;
and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened. Mt 7:8

all that is given leads to more wanting…

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Devotional Poetry

Wednesday, Feb 25th

Mark 1:9-15

Reflection—v. 14, ‘Jesus came to Galilee…’

To ‘change our hearts and lives’ because the ‘kingdom of God is at hand’ is to turn continually toward the presence and power of God in Jesus.  172 palabras más

Atlanta

John's disciples encounter Jesus

Today our Lent reading is taken only from the Bible. Read the passage out loud slowly two or three times and imagine the scene. Perhaps a particular word or phrase will stand out to you. 286 palabras más

Contemplative Life

2015.02.25: something greater

In reflection of Lk 11:29-32

there something greater
than the wisdom of Solomon

there something greater
than the preaching of Jonah

there something greater
than the willfulness of men… 57 palabras más

Lectio Divina

Mark 8:31-38 for Sunday, March 1, 2015 The Second Sunday of Lent

https://lectiodivinatodd.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/mark-8-31-38-for-sunday-march-1-2015-the-second-sunday-of-lent-2_24_15-12-04-pm.m4a

Artwork: It Takes a Wilderness by Jan Richardson*
(janrichardsonimages.com)

Music: The Jesus Prayer by Stephen Iverson*
(www.audiblefaith.com/authors/Stephen+Iverson)

*Artwork and Music used with permissions.

Lectio Divina

Tuesday, Feb 24

By: Chad Hyatt

Mark 1:9-15

Reflection—v. 15, ‘…the kingdom of God is at hand…’

Our repentance is joined to the good news that Jesus preached: the kingdom of God is at hand.  181 palabras más

Atlanta