Lent Devotions – Day 39

Lent is a solemn religious observance in the liturgical calendar of many Christian denominations that begins on Ash Wednesday and covers a period of approximately six weeks before Easter Sunday. Lent is a season of the Christian Year where Christians focus on simple living, prayer, and fasting in order to grow closer to God.

Lent Devotion Day 39

Watch Full Video of Way of the Cross with photos of original places of Via Dolorosa, narrations and prayers.


4 thoughts on “Lent Devotions – Day 39

  1. Pingback: Lent Devotions – Day 39 | Christians Anonymous

  2. How refreshing to read anything serious about our love of God and how we should conduct ourselves to reflect the degree to which we reciprocate His love for us. Personally I consider myself to have been incredibly lucky in that I have always both spiritually and physically loved God and recognised that while my Faith, by its very name, must remain a divine mystery to me, has also beeen a constant source of joy and fun, yes every type of enjoyment. I was never forced into my belief nor was it ever pushed down my throat. I was taught about Jesus from a very small age, believed what I was told, loved participating in every form of worship that I could and, despite a life of 72 years and counting, and five life threatening and greatly limiting illnesses have never ever doubted God’s existence. For that I thank Him and His saints, it is their gift to me no reflection on how I have tried to be a good Christian. After all, either God created me or He did not. It cannot be proved either way so why would anyone choose the prospect of a finite existence with human death when God offers them eternity with Him? I can’t understand the reasoning of non believers. Many people are forced to live for all their lives in ignorance of God, but that is different. They, more than any others, are remembered when judgement day comes round. Thanks for hosting the site you have chosen. God Bless. Anton


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