The Lenten Studies section is a collection of devotions written focusing on the sufferings, death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
A Thought for Good Friday
Is Good Friday the only time of the year to reflect on the cross of Christ? Do you grieve over Christ’s suffering on Good Friday and move on as usual through the rest of the year? Ponder over these questions as you read on!
An Encounter with Christ – Lenten Devotion
God was the Author and Source of the Apostle Paul’s dramatic encounter with Christ on the road to Damascus. This event changed Paul’s entire life mission. Has your encounter with Christ altered your life mission? This season of Lent is just the right time to think over.
Do You Know God as Your Father – Lenten Devotion
A Christian’s life can easily get crowded with ‘Christian acts’. This is good and proves commitment. But this is not what God is looking for. Read on to see if you have known God as your Father.
How to Forgive – Lenten Devotion
Forgiveness is a core Christian theme and the Bible does not just talk about forgiveness but shows how to forgive and be forgiven. Forgiving those who hurt is by no means easy, but the Bible shows just how to do that. Keep reading and learn to forgive in this season of lent.
Jesus at Gethsemane
Jesus’ prayer at Gethsemane drives home the importance of humble submission and obedience to God’s will. It is essential for these traits to mark the prayer of every believer. Find out why in this article.
No Looking Back – Lenten Devotion
Two tragic accounts from the Old Testament drive home one crucial lesson on the cost of ‘looking back’ and belittling God’s deliverance. Lent is just the right time to meditate on the ‘cost’ of turning back on God. Read on for more.
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Jesus’ last hours were marked by unpleasant events and traumatizing experiences. He went through these sufferings not because He was powerless over His accusers but because He acted in obedience to God. This Lenten devotion on suffering is a call to draw close to God.
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