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Today is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent for some Christians. The next 46 days are to be marked by fasting, sacrifice, reflection and ultimately repentance. It’s called ash Wednesday because the palms from last years Palm Sunday are burned and the ashes are then placed on the forehead in the shape of the cross. The ashes/dust are a sign of penitence. Although this is a religious practice, it is not in the Bible. That’s why Martin Luther discontinued it in the 16tth century and many Christians no longer practice it.
But there is great value in taking this time to prepare our hearts and minds for the coming Easter season. Although many believe it is a time to sacrifice something; this year we will observe this time with sacrificing at least 5 minutes a day to meditate on a Bible verse that focuses on Jesus. You choose the verse, for all Scripture is God breathed (2 Timothy 3:16) and never return empty, but always accomplishes it’s purpose (Isaiah 55:11).
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We encourage you to partake Communion every day, to keep you focused on Jesus and what He provided for us through His death and resurrection.
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Our Declaration for 2020
This is the year to declare the Word of the Lord! Because it is God breathed (2 Tim. 3:16) it is alive and powerful (Heb. 4:12). I declare I will live by its Wisdom and Truth (Matt. 4:4) it will never return empty but will always accomplish what it is sent out to do, and bring success (Isaiah 55:11). When I declare the Word, it will be established and will shine a light on the way (Job 22:28). Therefore I will declare the impossible possible (Matthew 19:36) and declare His goodness to the land of the living (Ps. 27:13)!
Open your mouth with a mighty decree; I will fulfill it now, you’ll see! The words that you speak, so shall it be! Psalm 81:10b The Passion Translation
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