Tag Archives: Lent

Practicing alleluia

What does “Alleluia” look like? • Practicing praising God, remembering God’s goodness, before the work of Lent. • Experiencing the healing of God, through Jesus. Talk about psalms: The word “psalm” means song: different kinds: rock, pop, rap, hip-hop, jazz, … Continue reading

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Lent4c_2013: Rejoice!

From the psalm:  “Be glad in the Lord and rejoice; O righteous, and shout for joy, all of you upright in heart.” Today is a day of joy – yes, joy!  Every Sunday is a “little Easter,” a time in … Continue reading

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Lent2c_2013: walking

Luke 13:31-35 Our outward journey in Lent takes place as we walk with Jesus, in Scripture, toward Jerusalem.  Jesus is quite focused on his journey.  “Yet today, tomorrow, and the next day I must be on my way…”  Thanks for … Continue reading

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Lent1c2013: Some things we just know

Some things we just know. Our faith journey right now has brought us into Lent, and this past Wednesday we were invited into a holy Lent, one of self-examination, repentance, prayer, and study.  May we journey faithfully together in these … Continue reading

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Ash Wednesday 2013: You are but dust: a meditation

Remember that you are but dust, and to dust you shall return. I invite you to a holy Lent. Sober words we hear today.  Lent is about remembering our death, to a time of intentional self examination and repentance.  We … Continue reading

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