4th Sunday in Lent, John 3:14-21
the cross isn’t appealing, it represents suffering, pain, and death. But it is precious to us. It’s precious to us because Jesus died on it.
4th Midweek Lent, Hebrews 10:5-12
May we by faith lay our hands on the head of God’s faultless Lamb and believe Christ has paid for our sins with his precious blood forever.
3rd Sunday in Lent, John 2:13-22
So, this week, when you find yourself doing some kind of cleaning, pause, picture Jesus cleaning the temple out, and be reminded how Jesus has cleansed you with His blood, and empowered by His grace, examine your heart, what sin am I clinging to?
3rd Wednesday of Lent, Hebrews 4:14-16
You see, Jesus is our compassionate High Priest. He’s able to empathize with us in our weakness, but he’s also able to strengthen us in our weaknesses
2nd Sunday in Lent, Mark 8:31-38
It’s Jesus and His cross that lead us to see that when we have everything, Jesus is all we need.
2nd Wednesday of Lent, Hebrews 5:7-9
Jesus is our perfect High priest. He showed it in the way that he prayed and in the way that he obeyed.
1st Sunday in Lent, Genesis 22:1-18
God wants us to value Him the most and be ready to give up anything that might get in the way of our trust and reliance on Him alone.
Ash Wednesday, Hebrews 1:1-3
We may have very limited access in this world, but because of the work of our Great High Priest Jesus, we have complete, perfect, total access to God forever in heaven.