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a quiet kind of Lent February 15, 2013

Filed under: faith,Prayer — randommystic @ 2:16 PM
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So – the previous two posts reviewed way too briefly a short history of Lent – its origins, and the reasons for its absence from most protestant denominations. And now – the third day of Lent already – here it is as simply as I can put it …

 

Over the course of this Lent I’ll be praying and fasting (a Daniel fast) for your
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walk with God to flourish –

for this season – whatever it is for you – to be full to overflowing with God’s presence –

for new revelations about God’s work in you and through you –

for you to find healing –

for you to bask in His love –

for you to find renewed meaning in the imperfect in your life –

and for you to be able to share this movement on God’s part in
your life with those around you.

 

 

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One Response to “a quiet kind of Lent”

  1. cweber4summit Says:

    Very beautiful picture and wonderful prayer!


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